Logan Paul's next fight CONFIRMED just days after Misfits boxing win over Dillon Danis | The Sun

LOGAN PAUL’S next fight date has been confirmed following his first triumph in the boxing ring.

The Maverick, 28, defeated Dillon Danis in chaotic fashion by winning all six rounds of their boxing fight in Manchester, UK, last week.

But the 28-year-old owner of Prime and YouTuber sensation is wasting no time in getting back into the ring.

However, this time he will be returning back into the squared-circle of WWE as he looks to secure his first wrestling championship.

Paul called out WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio after having his hand raised against Danis seven days’ ago.

And last night he appeared on SmackDown to call out the US Title holder to his face.

After firing some shots at his boxing rival, Paul then recounted how he beat Mysterio in his very first WWE match at WrestleMania 38.

He teamed with The Miz on that occasion to score the victory over Rey and Dominik Mysterio.

Paul then declared that he “needed” the US Title – and that is when Luchador legend Mysterio came out to answer the challenge.

The veteran high-flyer told Paul that he reminds him of his son due to his talent and potential – but they also share a big mouth.

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He then accepted the challenge and revealed that he will defend the belt at the WWE Crown Jewel premium live event in Saudi Arabia on November 4.

Following his wrestling bow in April 2022, Paul went on to beat The Miz at SummerSlam that August.

Then, in November, he challenged Roman Reigns for the WWE Undisputed Universal Title but suffered defeat.

Paul, who boxing record stands at 1-1-2, then appeared in the Royal Rumble in January before tasting another loss in his next outing, which was to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39.

The much-maligned star then starred at London’s O2 in the Money in the Bank ladder match, where he came up short, but he did triumph in his last outing.

He defeated Ricochet at SummerSlam in April and now, after tasting his first win in the boxing ring, he has his sights set on getting WWE gold for the first time.

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