Logan Paul reveals the gruesome injuries he suffered after being thrown head-first through a table at Money in the Bank in stunt gone wrong
- Logan Paul took part in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match on Saturday
- Social media star was involved in a botched stunt during the namesake match
- Paul took shared photos showing the injuries he sustained during the event
Logan Paul has revealed the extent of the injuries he suffered during Money in the Bank on Saturday.
The 28-year-old has been a sensation since signing with the WWE, utilising his athleticism and folkstyle wrestling background to make a near seamless transition to life inside the squared circle.
Making his first appearance since night one of Wrestlemania 39, Paul took part in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match on Saturday night, alongside Butch, Damien Priest, Ricochet, AJ Knight and Santos Escobar.
Paul again demonstrated his ability inside the ring, electrifying the baying British fans in attendance with a variety of awe-inspiring moves including a splash off the ring apron onto Priest.
However, the most shocking spot during the match was still to come with Ricochet and Paul being pushed off a ladder into the ring ropes by La Knight.
Logan Paul featured in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match on Saturday
The social media star was involved in yet another viral moment alongside rival Ricochet
But the stunt appeared to be botched with the pair careering head-first through a two tables
After the event Paul revealed the extent of the injuries he suffered in a post on social media
With the pair still caught up in the ropes, Ricochet executed a Spanish fly into a pair of tables that had been set up outside the ring.
The stunt appeared to have been botched upon takeoff and the pair careered through the objects, tumbling head first before crashing to the floor rather than landing more safely on their backs.
With the rest of the participants incapacitated, fan favourite Knight looked to have clinched the briefcase before Damien Priest recovered to snatch the win.
Paul could later be seen bleeding from his shoulders from the incident, and later shared a photo on his Twitter account showing the extent of his injuries accompanied by the caption: ‘I like this sport.’
Triple H revealed in the post-show press conference that Money in the Bank was the highest-grossing arena event in the history of the WWE, and spoke on the possibility of the company potentially hosting Wrestlemania in the UK in the future.