• Logan Paul made his WWE debut at WrestleMania 38
  • Paul reveals his workout routine heading into his first WWE appearance
  • The YouTuber also wants to be involved in "behind-the-scenes stuff" of WWE

Logan Paul has been putting in some work and appears to be a perfect fit for WWE.

As Jake Paul makes his name in boxing, his older brother found a new outlet in pro wrestling.

Logan has finally made his highly-anticipated WWE debut at Night of WrestleMania 38.

The 27-year-old did not look like his out of place inside the squared circle as he came in with a bulked-up physique.

Ahead of his maiden WWE appearance, Logan revealed on social media that he was able to maintain a strict “regiment of 100 push-ups and 100 sit-ups” for three straight days.

Evidently, Logan’s routine got the job done as it could be seen in the side-by-side images that he turned his excess belly and back fat into muscles.

See Logan’s post below:

“I maintained a regiment of 100 push-ups and 100 sit-ups every day for three days in a row. Very happy with the results,” he wrote on Twitter.

As it stands, the YouTuber is approximately about 189 pounds.

According to Fitness Volt’s TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure) calculator, it’s still ideal for an athlete like Logan to even bulk up to 207 pounds if he can maintain his body fat at 15%.

In his post-WWE debut interview, Logan even speculated that his tag-team partner The Miz--who turned on him during the match--might have been “jealous” of what he can do.

“I’m still processing why Miz betrayed me,” Logan said. “To be honest with you, if I had to guess, he’s probably jealous. I was doing flips, I went off the top rope, I was doing cool s---. Put quite simply, he’s obviously not capable of doing that s---.”

“He’s older, he’s a little thicker,” he continued. “I’m nimble, I’m young, I’m spry. He just doesn’t have it like me and I think he got jealous and decided to turn on me.”

Ultimately, Logan’s in-ring WWE debut was a success.

However, he admitted in an earlier interview that he’s also considering getting involved in “behind the scenes stuff” of the company.

“If I continue my involvement in WWE, hopefully, I can bring stuff to the table that switches it up,” the internet star told Talksport. “I’m an innovator and I’m always here to pitch ideas and at the end of the day I’m creative. If I can get more involved in the behind-the-scenes stuff with Vince’s approval, that would be fun.”

Vince McMahon
Vince McMahon is not considering AEW a genuine threat to the supremacy of WWE for the moment. In this picture, McMahon attends WWE Superstars for Sandy Relief at Cipriani, Wall Street in New York City Apr. 4, 2013. Brad Barket/Getty Images for WWE