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Logan Paul's Controversial Victory: How Brass Knuckles Secured the U.S. Title at WWE Crown Jewel



In the world of pro wrestling, anything can happen, and Logan Paul's recent victory at WWE's Crown Jewel certainly proved that point. After a spectacular showdown with Dillon Danis at Misfits Boxing's The PRIME Card, Paul seized the opportunity to challenge Rey Mysterio for a shot at the WWE U.S. title.


This Saturday, the showdown everyone had been waiting for finally took place, and it was nothing short of spectacular. Paul and Mysterio engaged in a thrilling championship match in Saudi Arabia that had fans on the edge of their seats. The bout was filled with a flurry of athletic and high-flying maneuvers that kept the audience electrified.





As the match reached its climax, Mysterio set up Paul for his iconic "619" finishing move, and it seemed like the title was slipping through Paul's fingers. However, in a shocking turn of events, Paul revealed a pair of brass knuckles hidden up his sleeve. With Mysterio mid-air, ready to deliver the final blow, Paul landed a brutal punch using the concealed brass knuckles. The impact was devastating, and it secured him the pinfall, making him the new U.S. title holder.


Logan Paul's journey in the world of WWE has been nothing short of impressive. From his unforgettable battle with Universal Champion Roman Reigns at the 2022 Crown Jewel event to his recent victory, he has shown that he's more than just a social media sensation. In April, Paul renewed his contract with WWE, signing a new multi-year deal, which suggests that we may see more of him on WWE television and premium live events in the coming years.


Paul's shocking win at Crown Jewel leaves us all wondering what's next in his pro-wrestling career. Will he defend his U.S. title, and will he become a prominent figure on the road to WrestleMania 2024? One thing is for sure, Logan Paul's presence in the WWE continues to be a game-changer, and his journey in the squared circle is far from over.

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