PHOTO: Logan Paul Shows Off Bloody Post-Money In The Bank Injuries

PHOTO: Logan Paul Shows Off Bloody Post-Money In The Bank Injuries WWE

Logan Paul has shared a gruesome pic from after his inaugural appearance in the WWE Money in the Bank ladder match.

Logan Paul may have competed in his first ever WWE Money in the Bank ladder match tonight but there were stunning spots throughout.

After making a big splash (literally and figuratively!) in his first Money in the Bank ladder match, Logan Paul now has a battle wound to show off for his first time at the event.

Heading into the match, LA Knight and Logan Paul were the two favorites, but neither of those pulled down the briefcase.

Live from London’s O2 arena, the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match featured Logan Paul, Damian Priest, LA Knight, Santos Escobar, Shinsuke Nakamura, Butch and Ricochet going to war for the titular briefcase.

After what Michael Cole described as “an absolutely ridiculous match,” there is now a new Money in the Bank briefcase holder.

In the end, it was Damian Priest who captured the victory after a series of wild spots saw all of the other competitors in the match ejected from the ring, the last one being the sentimental favorite LA Knight.

Despite the fact he didn’t win, Logan Paul still put on a thrilling show and showing off several high risk moves so all things considered, a minor flesh wound seems incredibly positive!

There was one specific scary moment where he and Ricochet were attempting a Spanish Fly off the ropes through two tables on the outside, but thankfully Triple H confirmed in the press conference after the show there were no injuries.

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3 months ago by Amanda Savage



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