From Torn ACL to a Black Eye: Every Injury Logan Paul Suffered So Far Before Getting His Face Cut by Dillon Danis

Published 10/13/2023, 12:30 PM EDT

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When the fans talk about true adrenaline junkies in the WWE, the name Logan Paul might be one of their top preferences. Indeed, the 28-year-old never thinks twice before putting his body in jeopardy. If he has to showcase his high-flying prowess in front of the crowd, he does it. Currently away from WWE, Paul is going to battle Dillon Danis in a boxing match on October 14th in Manchester.

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Their beef, however, is simmering on personal grounds. After shooting personal salvos at one another, both intend to try their fate inside the squared circle. Even during Thursday’s pre-fight press conference, before the face-off could even take place, the fans witnessed why the tensions were high between both bigwigs as Danis threw a mic on his face, leaving him bleeding. Well, for some, this might be quite a big deal, but they must know why this is not a big deal for The Maverick.

Logan Paul suffered even worse last year

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Last year, Crown Jewel was a grand spectacle for the WWE universe. Presenting a plethora of captivating contests, the event didn’t disappoint the fans but left them enthralled. The center stage of the event, however, became the clash for the undisputed straps, which included the champion Roman Reigns against Logan Paul. Even though the match ended in favor of The Trible Chief, it also proved why Paul didn’t think before putting his body on the line.

With just two matches under his belt, Paul demonstrated unparalleled athleticism, leaving the Saudis awestruck. Paul, who had a lot to showcase in that match, later disclosed that he suffered a torn MCL and ACL in his right knee. Not only that, right in the middle of the 25-minute fight, Paul suffered an injury that led him to battle the rest of the match, sustaining unimaginable pain.

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With the torn ligaments, he demonstrated why he was a true daredevil who didn’t care but intended to finish the contest. However, the barrage of injuries still continued to haunt him further.

An eye injury in SummerSlam

Logan Paul’s SummerSlam battle against Ricochet was a sure-shot entertainer for the fans. The opener of the event presented a contest that was filled with high-flying antics, eventually leaving the fans on the edge of their seats. Getting the crowd excited for the rest of the show, both worked the opener well and left the scenario gripping. Paul, however, got the hold of the match after using a pair of brass knuckles on Ricochet.

While he intended to settle the dispute, he had to face an injury that would haunt him further. Days after SummerSlam was over, Paul spoke on his impulsive podcast while he sat with his brother Jake Paul, concerning an eye injury that he suffered in the first two minutes of the match after getting kicked by the latter.

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In light of the injury, he revealed, “Why do I look worse than you and had a fight, and I had a wrestling match?” he asked Jake. “You got punched in the face? He kicked me in the face. I think it was a kick in the first two minutes. But I liked it. I like that actual pain.”

Apparently, The Maverick had a slight banter with his brother regarding his injury but later on, he revealed that he liked that pain.

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What do you think about the various injuries Paul has accrued over his short career as a wrestler?

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Akchhat Bachheti

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Akchhat is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports, showcasing his love for the game and unwavering commitment to it through his articles. His fascination with the sport began when CM Punk made his debut against Mickey Gall in 2016, sparking his enduring passion. Since then, Akchhat has aspired to provide a comprehensive understanding of the sport and its participants.
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