VIDEO: KSI Helps Logan Paul During Money In The Bank Ladder Match

VIDEO: KSI Helps Logan Paul During Money In The Bank Ladder Match Prime/WWE

YouTuber KSI’s immediate reaction to a particularly brutal spot during Logan Paul’s Money in the Bank match debut has been revealed.

During his ladder match debut, Logan Paul experienced his fair share of nasty bumps including a very scary Spanish fly through a table from Ricochet towards the end of the match.

While that may take the cake, another one that looked extremely rough on the 28-year-old was the standing frog splash onto Damian Priest who was draped over a ladder at ringside.

Following this brutal spot, a random bottle of Prime, the hydration drink made by the company that Paul and KSI co-own, was thrown next to Paul at ringside.

A new video has revealed that it was actually KSI who threw this bottle to Logan. In the video, which you can watch below, KSI humorously offered his friend a bottle of Prime to help aid his recovery.

Unfortunately for KSI, Paul would ultimately fall short in his quest to capture the briefcase as the Judgment Day’s Damian Priest was the star to earn a guaranteed shot at any champion he desires for the next 12 months.

Despite an outcry of emotion from the London crowd for LA Knight to get the win, he fell short right at the end, something that has left many fans unhappy due to the clear desire for the mega star to get a push from WWE.

This even led to WWE’s Chief Content Officer Triple H addressing Knight’s loss at the post Money in the Bank press conference. For details on his comments click here.

Logan Paul took to social media to show off his battle scars following his impressive first showing in a ladder match, click here to see the painful results.

To see KSI’s full reaction check the video out below:

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3 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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