In what will only be Logan’s third match in WWE, Triple H is having the YouTuber challenge for wrestling’s biggest prize.
And ahead of his match with ‘The Tribal Chief’, Paul Heyman has offered Logan some rather harsh advice.
Latest news on Logan Paul v Roman Reigns
WWE announced the big match between Logan and Roman at a press conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The UFC-style press event saw Paul and Reigns given the opportunity the cut promos ahead of their scheduled match, with Logan being massively praised for his.
During his promo, which you can check out by clicking here, Logan had the line where he said that he is “the table”, a reference to Roman’s moniker of ‘The Tribal Chief’.
Paul Heyman, Roman’s advisor at the moment, used the clip of Logan’s promo to give some advice to the YouTube megastar.
Heyman said that “someone needs to smarten up Logan Paul” ahead of the 27-year-old’s scheduled match with Reigns at Crown Jewel.
Paul also joked about what used to happen to tables during his time running ECW, which you can see in the embedded tweet above.
Why is Logan Paul v Roman Reigns happening?
To be fair to Logan, WWE fans have widely praised him for the work he’s done since his debut match at WrestleMania 38 in April of this year.
While some fans have questioned why Logan is being given such a big opportunity so early on in his career, there is an understanding that his name value makes him one of WWE’s most valuable assets.
As for why the match is happening, the Wrestling Observer is reporting that ticket sales has nothing to do with it, and it’s all down to what the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia wants to do.
The report noted that the Saudi Arabian Prince wants more celebrity matches to take place at the shows to build up the country’s image, believing that Logan will help with that.
For more news on Logan Paul v Roman Reigns as we head into November and WWE Crown Jewel, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.
You’ll be able to watch WWE Crown Jewel on November 5 live in the US on the USA Network and over in the UK on the WWE Network.