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ANOTHER FUTURE LOGAN PAUL WWE OPPONENT CONFIRMED?


With an unannounced appearance by Logan Paul on tonight’s WWE SmackDown (October 27), he also teased a future opponent.


Logan Paul surprised Rey Mysterio tonight with ‘One Lucky Punch’ while he was watching on from backstage as Carlito and Santos Escobar took on the Street Profits.


The match was originally announced to be Mysterio and Escobar against the Profits but before showtime the switch to Carlito was announced.


Meanwhile after his dastardly actions backstage, Paul was approached by Cathy Kelley to ask why he attacked Mysterio after he’d indicated respect for him last week.


Logan Paul said that he needed to keep his opponent on his toes and basically ended the interview, although as he was walking away he caught the attention of someone else backstage.


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The match was originally announced to be Mysterio and Escobar against the Profits but before showtime the switch to Carlito was announced.


Meanwhile after his dastardly actions backstage, Paul was approached by Cathy Kelley to ask why he attacked Mysterio after he’d indicated respect for him last week.


Logan Paul said that he needed to keep his opponent on his toes and basically ended the interview, although as he was walking away he caught the attention of someone else backstage.



Kevin Owens was in the hallway area backstage as Paul passed with the pair locking eyes and Paul telling Owens his Rey Mysterio shirt sucked, perhaps teasing a future match between the two.


Elsewhere in related news about punchable looking faces, Kevin Owens then caught up with Austin Theory and Grayson Waller.


While the trio got into an argument about whether or not Owens could punch both of them in the face at the same time (if they were lined up properly of course) he initially walked away… before colliding back into the frame to punch them both in the face.


He would brag to Jamie Noble (who also appeared in the segment, confirming the punchable-looking faces of Theory and Waller) that he did it to end the segment.




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