“My goals would be to make sure the Paul brothers have a great f**king time” Ronda Rousey wants WWE to oust Roman Reigns as champion in favor of Logan Paul

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey not only believes Logan Paul has the edge over the tribal chief Roman Reigns but also thinks Paul is the right person to dethrone Roman at the Crown Jewel premium live event next month.

Recently, on Rousey’s YouTube live stream, she gave her picks for the crown jewel’s most hyped-up matches. That being said, she preferred Logan Paul over the tribal chief. The current WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion believes Paul will permanently dethrone Roman at Crown Jewel. Apart from this, She also claimed WWE should schedule Logan Paul to face Roman Reigns for the Championship in order to establish him as a top star.

Later, Rousey said in her stream, “If I was booking it, I would have had Logan Paul beat Roman Reigns. I would. For whatever plethora of reasons, he’s one of the biggest draws right now. You want to be able to put him over. You want to legitimize him. Roman Reigns doesn’t have anybody to feud with right now. “That would give Roman Reigns something to do and would actually elevate Roman Reigns to be in a back-and-forth with Logan.”

As per the Livestream, The Baddest Woman on the Planet thinks WWE should cater to the Paul brothers to make them feel at home because they might feel isolated or overwhelmed. She also thinks WWE should be doing everything to make Logan Paul happy.

In her statement, she later added, “My goal would be to make sure the Paul brothers have a great f**king time. You put them over hardcore and make it so they want to make this their home. They’re going to be making less money doing this than those boxing fights. The only way you’re going to be doing something and making less money with your time is because you love it more. They have to basically count them.”

On November 5, 2022, The Crown Jewel event will take place at Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This will be the second Crown Jewel to be held at this venue after the inaugural 2018 event, which was held there when it was previously referred to as King Saud University Stadium.


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