Paul and The Miz defeated Rey and his son Dominick Mysterio on WrestleMania Saturday
Logan At WrestleMania 38, Paul made his professional wrestling debut, defeating the legendary Rey Mysterio. In a tag team bout, Paul teamed up with The Miz to face the father-son tandem of Rey and Dominick Mysterio.
In a celebrity crossover match, Paul followed in the footsteps of Bad Bunny, Pat McAfee, and Stephen Amell by providing the goods. On Saturday night on Spectrum TV, the social media sensation revealed a chorus of boos from fans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. He even wore the world’s most valuable Pokémon card around his neck as he walked to the ring.
At AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Logan and Miz were in command throughout their battle against Rey Mysterio and his son, Dominik… and the whole thing was packed with action.
This began as a regular tag bout, with Miz and Paul isolating Dominik throughout the first half. When Rey eventually got in and made the bout competitive, things started to perk up.
Paul’s athleticism was on full show as he successfully completed a number of maneuvers, including a middle rope blockbuster, a powerslam to Dominick, and a suplex to Rey.
Notably, Mysterio attempted to pay tribute to his friend Eddie Guerrero by hitting Miz with Eddie’s iconic “Three Amigos” technique, but was unable to finish the third suplex.
Logan, on the other hand, turned the script, hitting Mysterio with a “Three Amigos” of his own before hitting Rey with a “Frog Splash,” which was also a Guerrero move.
The Miz took advantage of the late-match confusion by tagging himself in and delivering a Skull Crushing Finale to Mysterio for the victory. Paul’s joy lasted only a few moments. The Miz then turned on Paul, dropping him with a finisher that instantly changed the crowd’s boos into ecstatic applause.
With Logan’s strong run, it would be a pity if this was his last appearance in the arena — even the announcers congratulated him, stating Paul and Miz may be tag team champions in the future.
WrestleMania 38 is a two-night event that will take place on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.