Kevin Owens hits Logan Paul with Stone Cold Stunner at WrestleMania and some WWE fans have praised the YouTuber’s performance


Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens finally had the match they deserved on WWE’s biggest stage and the company found a great way to bring more eyes to it.

Logan Paul, with his 23 million YouTube subscribers, was Zayn’s special guest at WrestleMania 37 and he sat ringside while Zayn took on his oldest friend, Owens.

Logan Paul took the Stunner like a champ

Logan Paul took the Stunner like a champ

The match was an excellent 10 minute sprint or so where fans were treated to the very best moves in their arsenals. It felt like one of their independent matches before they made it to WWE with all their big moves, but it was two guys just going all out.

As the action broke down, Owens was able to land a Stunner – the move made famous by Stone Cold Steve Austin – and he secured the one-two-three.

Zayn was not happy after the match, but Paul tried to play the diplomat by both consoling Zayn and congratulating Owens.

Kevin Owens brought the Logan Paul/Sami Zayn segment to a screeching halt on SmackDown

Kevin Owens brought the Logan Paul/Sami Zayn segment to a screeching halt on SmackDown

Once again, Zayn did not like that. He pushed Paul, but Paul shoved Zayn back and out of the ring.

Paul, a professional boxer hoping to face Floyd Mayweather this year, then raised Owens’ hand hoping to have a little WrestleMania moment.

He got one, but it was after Owens decided to nail him with a Stunner too!

Majestic stuff. Owens did not jump off the pirate ship like he had hoped to at one point, but he did get the biggest crowd reaction of the night when he stunned Paul. The crowd went crazy for it.

Paul was hoping to have faced Mayweather in the first quarter of 2021 but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the fight to be delayed. However, Mayweather maintains it is going ahead.

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