Logan Paul and Seth Rollins appear to be heading for conflict now that their WWE WrestleMania 39 match is confirmed. When Rollins was defeated by Paul in the men’s Royal Rumble match, their paths first crossed. Then, Paul unexpectedly showed up during the United States Championship match at the Elimination Chamber to fight with Rollins.
On a recent episode of “Wrestling With Freddie,” former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr. discussed their impending conflict. “I’ll now state the negative information first One of the worst curb stomps I’ve ever witnessed was that in the Elimination Chamber.” He said, “When Paul believes he is a babyface, he is a better heel than when he is trying to be one.”
He tried to play the heel this time, but it didn’t seem very plausible. Despite criticism of Paul’s efforts to cultivate his persona, Prinze Jr. believes that Paul vs. Rollins will steal the show. “Although I can’t believe I’m saying it, I’m certain they will.” During WrestleMania last year in Dallas, Paul made his WWE in-ring debut as he teamed with The Miz to defeat Dominik and Rey Mysterio.
Is Logan Paul popular?
Although Rollins has been a regular at WrestleMania for the past ten years. He hasn’t won a match there since defeating Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35 in 2019. Seth Rollins has criticised Logan Paul in recent weeks for being selfish and unconcerned with the success of the company. Nobody in the locker room gets along with Logan Paul, according to The Visionary, who made this assertion in a recent interview.
He also questioned whether Logan was there to advance the industry or whether he was there to exploit the fans and enrich himself. “With no one does he get along. Is Logan Paul popular? He is an outgoing personality. As you can see, he hustles. However, passion drives our industry. People who care about it and want to improve it, not take from it, are the foundation of the system.” says Rollins.