Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul at WWE Crown Jewel 2022 saw a lot of ruckus. At one point, The Usos attacked Paul’s friends, George Janko and Mike Mazlak, who were only spectators at the time. Janko commented on the situation in a post-match interview.
Last Saturday, Reigns and his 27-year-old rival had plenty of allies on standby for their main event. Logan’s brother, Jake Paul, was among those names. However, his impulsive podcast co-hosts weren’t quite as physically intimidating as the undefeated boxer.
A visibly shaken Jorge Janko described his experience at Crown Jewel – speaking of SecondOut’s Radio Raheem character:
“I don’t know why this happened. I was recording. I don’t think they [The Usos] liked it. They hurt me really badly. You’re too blurry for me right now.” [00:17 – 00:31]
The popular YouTuber maintained kayfabe and said that The Usos should face consequences for their actions:
“I don’t want to do that again – it hurt. I don’t think I deserved it. I think it was unfair. I’m not a professional fighter. I think those two guys got punished or suspended.” Gone.” Must go,” he said. Know “I am very light. I think I need to go to the doctor.” [00:44 – 01:03]
Watch the Impulsive Crew’s reaction to Logan Paul’s latest WWE match here.
Jimmy and Jay Uso (w/Solo Sequoia) began this week’s Raw with a segment that also featured Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Matt Riddle.
There was an interesting war of words ahead of their undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship match on SmackDown, The New Day and The Usos. Soon after, all six men fought in a tag team contest, in which Roman Reigns’ allies emerged victorious.
To date, the twin brothers have not received any punishment on WWE television for attacking the friends of Logan Paul at Crown Jewel.
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