Logan Paul v Roman Reigns: Jake Paul teases going to WWE Crown Jewel

Jake Paul could debut for WWE as part of his brother's feud with Roman Reigns

Logan Paul v Roman Reigns has been confirmed for WWE Crown Jewel, and Jake Paul looks like he’s going to be there to watch it.

The match, which will take place in Saudi Arabia on November 5, was made official by WWE yesterday at a press conference in Las Vegas.

Despite only being Logan’s third match in wrestling, the match will be for Roman’s Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

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As noted, the match was made official by Triple H yesterday at a UFC-style press conference in Las Vegas.

The press conference gave the opportunity for Logan and Roman, as well as Triple H and Paul Heyman, the opportunity to cut promos and speak about the upcoming match.

In fact, Roman reminded fans just how brilliant he is with a mouth-watering promo at the press conference, which featured some savage comments towards Logan.

You can check out Roman’s aforementioned fantastic promo by clicking right here.

Jake Paul coming to Saudi Arabia for Logan v Roman

The press conference generated a lot of attention from fans online, even catching the eye of one Jake Paul.

Commenting on the announcement, Jake said that his brother was the definition of “anything is possible”, explaining that it’s so impressive that he’s earned such a big opportunity after just two WWE matches.

Jake ended his tweet by saying, you can see below, that he may even have to come to Saudi Arabia to watch his brother challenge for the Undisputed WWE Universal title.

Could Jake Paul make his WWE debut?

It’s worth noting that in his tweet, Jake seemed to suggest that he’ll be coming to Saudi Arabia just to watch the match, and nothing more.

However, some have speculated that WWE will enquire about possibly having Jake appear on the show in some capacity in what would be his debut for the company.

Jake did appear on the kickoff show to WrestleMania 38, ahead of his brother’s in-ring debut, but wasn’t featured on the broadcast itself.

Interesting enough, Jake said during his appearance in April that he’ll 100% wrestle for WWE at some stage, which you can read about by clicking here, and perhaps WWE will use Crown Jewel as the launching pad for that.

However, it’s worth stressing that this is merely speculation at this point, and as of right now, it seems like Jake is only going to coming to Saudi Arabia to watch the match, and nothing more.

You can watch WWE Crown Jewel live on November 5 in the US on Peacock and in the UK on the WWE Network.

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