• Logan Paul will be up to something at WrestleMania 37
  • Paul is tapped to add more spice in the Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens match
  • Paul is expected to fare better with a hefty WWE paycheck on the table

WrestleMania 37 is just around the corner, and there are a lot of good matches to banner this year’s spectacle.

But of course, there are the matches leading up to that where some popular personalities are expected to participate. One name that has been making rounds is internet sensation Logan Paul.

Most will probably be familiar with Paul as the one that Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be facing in an exhibition boxing match. That has been temporarily shelved allegedly due to lack of interest although the YouTuber said that the fight was just pushed to a later date. The bout was originally set to take place last Feb. 20.

With no official date set as of this writing, it appears Paul will be having some sort of capacity at WrestleMania 37.

Sami Zayn, who returned to WWE recently, crossed paths with Paul and his younger brother Jake. The former WWE Intercontinental Champion mentioned in a documentary trailer that he was about to do some kind of viewership numbers as the YouTube star.

But it appears there is more to it with Paul surprisingly appearing at WWE SmackDown. From there, more easter eggs were planted–including Zayn visiting the Paul brothers at their gym.

Making things sweeter is the fact that Paul confirmed that he will be making an appearance at WrestleMania 37. For those who have been following the annual WWE spectacle, this hardly comes as a surprise.

Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib
Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib Getty Images | Michael Reaves

Zayn is scheduled to face Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 37, so it will be interesting if Paul will get involved.

There is not much material to hype the Zayn vs. Owens clash, hinting that the YouTuber may be up to something that would be physical.

For those who may not know, this is not the first time that Paul will be at the WWE backstage. His last tenure was reportedly “problematic,” but things are now different because of a lucrative paycheck involved.