Logan Paul

On Roman Reigns - 'I Wanna Beat His Ass, Respectfully'

Logan Paul tells Inside Fighting he’s ready to bust up Roman Reigns when they clash in Saudi Arabia on Nov. 5th … but insists it will all be “respectful.”

Published on September 19, 2022

Logan Paul tells Inside Fighting he’s ready to bust up Roman Reigns when they clash in Saudi Arabia on Nov. 5th … but insists it will all be “respectful.”

Logan is set to face the WWE Universal Champion at the Crown Jewel event in Riydah — and even though Paul only has one singles pro wrestling match under his belt, dude is confident as hell.

“We gotta drop this guy,” Paul told IF’s Andrew Capucetti … “I might need an axe, but I’m gonna take him out at the knees.”

There’s more … you can see Logan chopping it up with Nate Diaz at the top of the clip. Nothing but respect between the two, despite rumblings Nate could take on Jake Paul in a boxing match at some point.

We asked Logan if he REALLY thinks his lil bro has a shot against the Stockton legend — check out his response.

Raufeon Stots thinks Danny Sabatello talks a big game - but won’t be able to back it up when they fight at Bellator 289 on December 9th. Inside Fighting’s Andrew Capucetti got a chance to sit down with Stots, who says Sabatello tries to hype up what he’s going to do in the cage, only to try to hang on to his opponent’s back to win rounds.

“It’s just a facade,” Stots told Capucetti. “He [doesn’t] even want to wrestle, really. He wants to get to your back and hang on and win a round.” Stots - who is a two-time NCAA wrestling champion - is confident Sabatello isn’t going to implement his lay-and-pray gameplan.

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Liver, testicles, and a boatload of juice. Just not the same secret juice Paulo Costa drinks.

A day after a video by “More Plates More Dates” revealed that the Liver King was taking various steroids, the Liver King (real name Brian Johnson) responded in the only way that made sense - with an apology.

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It’s the James Krause effect. Casinos and online gambling platforms operating in Ontario, Canada have been put on notice - betting on UFC fights is now a no-go.

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) released a statement earlier today that all wagers on UFC fights were to be halted due to concerns over “betting integrity requirements.”

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