Jim Cornette has outlined the potential responses of the WWE Universe should Logan Paul defeat Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel on November 5. The upcoming Saudi Arabian show will see Reigns defending the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Logan, it was revealed at the Las Vegas media conference. The former professional wrestler said that if Logan defeats Reigns, the crowd may revolt on the Jim Cornette Experience. Cornette does not support the 27-year-potential old’s victory over the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. The contest will be Logan’s third bout overall in the organization and his first time making a championship challenge.
Following Clash at the Castle in the UK, Roman Reigns will be defending his championship for the first time. Reigns also threatened to take no spares in the ring and to smash The Maverick. In order to potentially meet The Rock at WrestleMania 39, The Head of the Table will seek to defend both of his world championships. The champion, Roman Reigns, is outstanding. An online sensation, Logan Paul. He has practised martial arts and boxing. But does this give him the right to challenge Roman for the title? Hell no, as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin would likely respond.
In the business of professional wrestling, anything can happen. Nobody, though, appears to be jumping on the Logan Paul train. Recently, Triple H recalled a crucial lesson he picked from former WWE CEO Vince McMahon. As WWE’s CEO and Chairman for many years, Vince McMahon served as the organization’s core element. In addition to this, he was a pivotal contributor to WWE programming’s creative team. He made his retirement from the corporation public in July. After McMahon left, Triple H took over as CCO and started to manage the creative divisions of all three companies. The 53-year-old remembered to Sporting News a crucial lesson he picked up from Vince McMahon.
“I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for Vince, for many of the individuals present, but particularly for Vince. Nothing like this would exist. It is entirely due to his brilliance, zeal, and vision that all of these people are present now. Things change, and he has also done teach me a crucial lesson. You don’t want to be the first when anything changes. You don’t want to be the last one in, but you do want to give others a chance to wade in and experience the water before you do.” WWE holds two high-end live shows in Saudi Arabia each year. One of them is Crown Jewel, which often takes place at the start of November, a few weeks prior to Survivor Series.