Logan Paul Reaches New Milestone In WWE

Logan Paul Reaches New Milestone In WWE WWE

WWE United States Champion Logan Paul has reached a milestone that sees him firmly between two Hall of Famers.

Having become WWE United States Champion at Crown Jewel on November 4, 2023, Paul has now reached 200 days as champion.

This sees him surpass the first reign length of Roddy Piper with his 193-day reign that started in January 1981 and approach the 217-day 2nd reign of Blackjack Mulligan from 1976.

Since becoming WWE United States Champion, the title has been defended twice by Paul.

He defeated Kevin Owens at the 2024 Royal Rumble and would beat both Owens and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat at WrestleMania 40.

Since 2020, the longest WWE United States Championship single reign was 257 days and achieved by Austin Theory (who had a shorter first reign as Theory).

Lex Luger is had the longest combined reigns as WWE United States Champion with 945 days across his five reigns.

Piper held the title for a combined 219 across his three reigns, with Mulligan managing 498 days across his three reigns.

Logan Paul will face Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Championship at King & Queen of the Ring having revealed a new contract to keep his own title off the line.

The social media influencer has also revealed that he’s smarter than everyone in WWE (aside from, it turns out, MENSA member Cathy Kelley).

WWE King & Queen of the Ring takes place on Saturday, May 25, 2024 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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2 months ago by Dave Adamson


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