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Logan Paul Reveals Whose Side He’s On In The Rock – Cody Rhodes Situation

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United States Champion Logan Paul faced controversy in 2018 when he posted a YouTube video of Japan’s Aokigahara forest, known as the suicide forest, featuring a censored suicide victim. The incident led to widespread backlash, causing The Rock to sever ties with Paul and instruct him to delete their collaborative content.

Recently, on his podcast with guest John Cena, Paul discussed the incident and expressed uncertainty about how he would handle a potential encounter with The Rock in WWE.

Cena advised Paul to forgive if he wanted to move on from the controversy. Here’s what the 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion said:

“What I’m hearing is, you made a poor decision. You had to be accountable for that poor decision. You’re not alone. We’ve all done that. In the process, you were very hurt by someone you cared about. You understand it might not have been as impactful for him as it was for you, but it really got to you.

I’m not right or wrong, it’s just my two cents. Take it or throw it back. I think it starts with your ability to forgive him. If you can get yourself to a place where you can honestly say, ‘I forgive’, then I think you can begin the foundation to move forward.

I’m not saying forget. Forgiveness and forgetfulness are two different things. If you can bring yourself to a position where you can forgive someone, you can begin to move forward. Just my perspective.”

Logan then said:

“It’s here. It’ll come. I have nothing against Dwayne. He didn’t make any wrong decisions. It’s all me. I think part of it is, I f**king hate myself for letting him down and that anger that I have, even against myself, was turned into this drive that I told myself, ‘I’m going to be so successful that I don’t need your approval or validation or acquaintance. I’m going to do this on my own, with or without you by my side.'”

It looks like Logan doesn’t want to improve his relationship with The Rock, as he is openly in support of Cody Rhodes facing Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 40.

Here’s what The Maverick tweeted:

“We want Cody.”

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