After months of building towards a high-profile match, internet sensation Logan Paul finally made his in-ring WWE debut at WrestleMania 38. From where you can rewatch to when it all went down, here’s all you need to know.
It all changed in early 2022 as the social media star finally had his first official match locked in.
Paul made his in-ring debut at the ‘most stupendous’ WrestleMania in history, as north of 60,000 fans in attendance were watching his every move at the AT&T Stadium.
Here’s everything you need to know about Paul’s debut match at WrestleMania 38 if you’re looking to rewatch at home.
Where to rewatch Logan Paul at WrestleMania 38
This means you’ll need an active subscription to either platform in order to rewatch the premium live event and view Paul’s in-ring debut.
Peacock will run you $4.99 USD for a month of its streaming service while the WWE Network is roughly double that at the equivalent of $9.99 USD per month.
As one final option, WrestleMania 38 was available as a singular Pay-Per-View purchase through your cable or satellite provider. Both nights of action will cost you $59.99 to rewatch through this method.
When was Logan Paul’s match at WrestleMania 38?
Paul was scheduled to make his debut on Night 1 of WrestleMania 38, which took place on Saturday, April 2. While the main portion of the event kicked off at 8PM ET | 5PM PT, there was no telling for certain when the YouTube star would make his walk.
Given the WrestleMania 38 bout order was still up in the air until the day of, there was no guarantee of Paul’s placement on the card.
With this uncertainty, fans had to tune in from the very first match to ensure they didn’t miss Paul’s debut, which eventually came in the x match spot.
Who did Logan Paul take on at WrestleMania 38?
If you missed the build towards Paul’s in-ring debut, you may be curious to know who he took on. The YouTuber featured in a Tag Team matchup for his first in-ring appearance.
— WWE (@WWE) March 21, 2022
With The Miz in his corner, Paul was locked in for a showdown against Rey Mysterio and his son Dominik.
There were no stipulations in place for this particular match. Just a regular Tag Team contest to kickstart what could be a long run for Paul in the WWE.
You can catch up on the full results of Logan Paul’s WrestleMania 38 right here.