LOGAN PAUL has eyes on a full-time role in WWE – and could be bringing brother Jake along for the ride.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer, 26, is set to face Rey and Dominik Mysterio at the Show of Shows on April 2.
And fans went wild for Paul’s ring debut on Monday Night Raw, where he was unveiled as The Miz’s secret partner to face the Mysterio pair at Wrestlemania 38.
It will be Paul’s second appearance at ‘The Grandest Stage of Them All’ after he famously received a Stone Cold stunner from Kevin Owens in 2021.
On that occasion the YouTube star was just a guest announcer, but got a beating after entering the ring during Owens fight with Sami Zayn.
But his match against the Mysterio’s will be his first time officially on the card – and Paul can’t wait to put on a show.
He told TMZ: “Bro, I am so ready, it’s ridiculous. I’m not kidding, I’m very good at this sport. It comes so natural to me.
“I’ve been training but honestly bro, it’s light work.”
The Miz will act as Paul’s tag-team partner in the match and has branded the Ohio-native a ‘WWE natural’.
And wrestling fans might be seeing a lot more of Paul in the future after his tag-team battle at the AT&T Stadium.
‘I COULD DEFINITELY SEE THAT HAPPEN’
Logan continued: “To be honest, I don’t think it’s up to me [fight in WWE full-time].
“I think it’s up to the fans. I think it’s up to the fans to see if they agree with me thinking I’m good.
“I think I’m good, I’m f***ing biased though because I’m me.
“If they like my performance and they like what I can bring to the table, then maybe I’ll entertain that convo.
“It’s really, really fun. I just got done with training this morning and I come back like ‘Yo!’ Yeah dude, it’s awesome.”
Paul began his crossover into fighting in 2018 after long-running beef with fellow YouTube star KSI.
After losing in a rematch to the Brit the following year, he fought unbeaten boxing star Floyd Mayweather Jr in a Miami exhibition.
Brother Jake has also entered the boxing world, with his latest win against UFC star Tyron Woodley in November 2021.
And Logan is not ruling out the possibility of the Paul brothers becoming a tag-team force in WWE.
When asked about Jake being his partner, he said: “That’s a fantastic idea! I never thought about it.
“That’s a great idea, oh my God. Yeah, man I could definitely see that happen.
“[The Miz] is an awesome partner and mentor.
“Obviously, he’s been in this business forever and is a star himself, so having him by my side to kind of like handle me through the basics is fantastic.
“I’m learning quick and the more I learn, the quicker I’m learning.
“It takes me one attempt at a thing before I got it and once I know the ins and outs of the sport.
“I mean sky’s the limit, to be honest.”