WWE star absolutely ruined vloggers at Logan Paul press conference

Roman Reigns v Logan Paul was officially announced by WWE for the Crown Jewel yesterday at the press conference.

Triple H confirmed at an event in Las Vegas yesterday that the match will take place at the big WWE Premium Live event on November 5th.

The match would be Logan’s third in his entire career, being for Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Logan Paul and Roman Reigns press conference

At the press event, both Reigns and Paul, as well as Triple H and Paul Heyman, were given the opportunity to speak to the media and fans in attendance prior to their match in November.

The event was well received by fans online, with footage of Roman’s incredible promo on Logan and his scathing comments going viral on social media within hours.

Reigns’ promo was so good that it reminded fans of how good he is on the mic, and you can watch it and learn more about what he had to say by clicking here.

However, even after the press conference ended, Roman spoke to the media and continued to take shots at his next opponent.

After the press conference, WWE allowed the media in attendance to have one-on-one interview time with Roman and Logan. Boxing is social Going viral online.

As you can see from the embedded footage below, Logan took some serious shots at the platform and the rest of the vlogging community during the interview.

VIDEO: Roman Reigns’ Slanderous Comments About Vloggers After WWE Press Event

Roman said that vlogging doesn’t require “legitimate talent or skill”, but rather filming all day, which is the only talent that vloggers have.

The comments were scathing and, as you can see from the selection of tweets below, generated quite a vocal response from fans online.

How to watch Logan Paul vs. Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul has been officially confirmed as the main event for WWE Crown Jewel on November 5th.

The big show will be broadcast from Riyadh and will be WWE’s final pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia for 2022. You can watch the show on Peacock in the US and of course in all other countries WWE Network.

Event start times have not yet been made available by WWE, but events in Saudi Arabia usually start around 5pm BST, which is noon EST and 9am PST.

GiveMeSport will be able to keep you updated with all the latest news surrounding the biggest feud between Reigns and Paul in what is one of the biggest matches of the year for WWE.

You should read more about Logan’s incredible promo at the presser, where he reminded fans just how good he is on the mic by clicking here.


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