WWE made Logan Paul v Roman Reigns official today for Crown Jewel at a press conference in Las Vegas.
The match, which is set to take place on November 5 in Saudi Arabia, will be contested for Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal title.
Roman Reigns and Logan Paul’s press conference
At the press conference today, Roman and Logan were allowed the opportunity to speak to the audience and members of the media in attendance.
Paul Heyman, Roman’s manager was also given some time on the mic, as was Triple H, WWE’s Head of Creative.
Speaking of Triple H, the former WWE Champion couldn’t speak highly enough of Logan while addressing those in attendance at the press conference today.
You can see just how highly Triple H thinks of the 27-year-old YouTube megastar below…
Video: Triple H heaps praise on Logan Paul at WWE press conference
During his time on the mic, which you can see in the embedded video above, Triple H spoke about just how fantastic Logan is.
‘The Game’ credited Logan for putting in the hard work to make his WWE career work right from the off, which explains why he’s been given this huge opportunity after having had just two matches.
Triple H explains that he was being sent video and updates of Logan working out in the ring and in the gym as he looked to make his name in WWE, just going further to highlight his passion for the business.
The ex-WWE Champion revealed that he was incredibly sceptical about the YouTuber and whether or not he’d work out in wrestling, but explained that his mind was blown the first time he saw Paul wrestle.
Triple H finished by saying that Logan has more than earned his respect, which he noted is rather hard to come by, after his two incredible performances at WrestleMania and SummerSlam so far.
How to watch Logan Paul v Roman Reigns
The match between Paul and Reigns will take place live at Crown Jewel, WWE’s penultimate Premium Live Event of 2022.
The special show will air from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia on November 5, and will be available to watch live in the US on Peacock, and everywhere else on the WWE Network.
An exact start time for the event hasn’t been officially announced yet, but WWE’s Saudi Arabia shows usually kick off at around 5-6pm BST, so around Noon-1pm EST and 9am-10am PST.