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Logan Paul: WWE Superstar makes huge claim about controversial YouTube megastar

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WWE Superstar Xavier Woods has made a bold claim about Logan Paul, the controversial YouTube megastar and WWE performer.

Woods, a prominent member of The New Day, has confidently stated that Paul wouldn’t stand a chance against him in the ring.

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Xavier Woods’ Take on Logan Paul

Woods, while acknowledging Paul’s impressive performance in WWE, has unequivocally stated that the YouTube sensation turned boxer and WWE superstar would be no match for him.

This assertion was made during his appearance on the It’s A Bit podcast, where he discussed various topics, including Paul’s journey in WWE and the potential outcome if they were to face each other in the ring.

“Against me? No, definitely not! Against some of the other people on the roster, they put on some good shows, but they come to me…it’s no offence, it’s not a bad thing. It’s a different skill set. They’re [Jake Paul & Logan Paul] very good,” Woods stated.

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Paul’s Journey in WWE: A Resounding Success?

Despite his bold claim, Woods did not shy away from praising Paul’s performance in WWE. He acknowledged that Paul has been “crushing it” and doing a commendable job.

He also highlighted the importance of respect for the sport, a quality he believes Paul possesses.

“I would say that Logan has been crushing it and doing a great job. It’s always awesome to see people come in who are not necessarily from wrestling and give proper respect to wrestling,” Woods said.

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