• Logan Paul Reveals What The Stunt Guy Told Him Before His WWE SummerSlam Match
At SummerSlam 2022, Logan Paul had his 1st ever singles match in WWE and he defeated former 2-time WWE Champion The Miz.
On his Impaulsive podcast, Logan talked about what he feared would happen during this match.
Below is what he said:
“Honestly, I didn’t think I was going to make it out of that without a broken arm or leg, I swear to God.
That table jump, the first time I practiced it, the stunt guy goes, ‘You are going to break both femurs…’ well because I landed too close and dude, you know what’s funny? If you guys haven’t seen the clip, I’ve littered my Instagram with it.
I’m amused — I don’t know if I can say this — I’m amused by watching me do the WWE. I cannot believe it’s me, do you know what I’m saying? When I was jumping off of that pylon onto the table, I had one thought before I made the final leap, I swear to God.
I’m looking around at this stadium and I’m like, this is it. This is a moment that can make or break a career. Is this what he can do? What is he capable of? And I go, my life’s been going so good. I did great in WrestleMania. I’m gonna jump and break both my femurs right now.
I go, this is the end of my career, f**k it and then just f**king nailed it (laughs). I couldn’t believe it bro!
I gotta give a shoutout to Mike ‘The Miz’, my opponent and at one point, mentor, who I did beat [at SummerSlam]. I’m 2-0, I am winning something. I’m winning a combat sport, I can’t believe it (laughs).
But, he allows me to shine and he’s not afraid to and a lot of vets, for the new guy, I can’t imagine that’s always easy. He understands what it takes to make the organization great. He’s a team player and I love Mike ‘The Miz’ for that.”
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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Puroresu Legend “Power Warrior” Kensuke Sasaki celebrates his 56th birthday today.
Kensuke Sasaki is considered a legend in his home country of Japan, where he wrestled for several big promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Noah.
The North American wrestling fans remember him from his occasional appearances in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1992 till 1996.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KENSUKE SASAKI!