While speaking to the press, Brock Lesnar was constantly complimenting the Paul brothers. The first time Jake and Logan confronted The Beast Incarnate, it was Lesnar who shared his applause with the brothers. Moreover, he shared how proud and hopeful he is about the future of the Paul brothers. The wholesome video was later leaked online and quickly went viral.
The problem child later revealed in a video what “the suplex city” said during the meeting. “I’m excited for you guys; I’ve followed you guys, I’m proud of you guys. You’ve done well” the former WWE champion said to the YouTuber brother. The YouTuber-turned-boxer, who admitted that he looked up to the former MMA star as a child, said that receiving compliments from him is one of the proudest moments of his life.
The Paul Brothers are making a name for themselves in the ring with their outstanding performances. Even though the outcome of the match at the Crown Jewel did not go as they intended it to be against the tribal chief, Roman Reigns. But the performance was remarkable. Logan displayed some of his best wrestling ability and skills during that match, and Jake did not back down against the Usos either.
Lesnar was present at Crown Jewel and witnessed the entire show of both young prospect brothers fighting in front of his eyes. Even though he previously praised the siblings in March. However, in Saudi Arabia, after meeting the younger brother for the first time, he once again expressed his admiration for the brothers.
After the crownjewel BROCK LESNER congrats Logan Paul and Jake Paul for the fight against the tribal chief. pic.twitter.com/DW99VqSRZZ
— Candice (@Candice71725205) November 23, 2022
Jake, the social media sensation, recently won his sixth boxing match against one of the biggest names in the MMA world, Anderson Silva, and thus his undefeated record remains. And now he’s looking forward to his next fight against another young boxing prospect, Tommy Fury. On the other hand, the Maverick is negotiating a contest between him and John Cena at the biggest wrestling event ever, WrestleMania 39.