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Logan Paul’s Next Moves After Loss to Cody Rhodes at WWE King and Queen of the Ring

Logan Paul and Cody Rhodes (Via WWE/Twitter)

Logan Paul faced defeat against Cody Rhodes despite his attempts to outsmart him with brass knuckles and low blows. Now, post his failure to secure the Undisputed WWE Championship, Logan Paul has several options to consider.

One route he could take is threatening legal action for a rematch. During the contract signing, Paul arrived with his lawyer, introducing a contract that might reveal a loophole benefiting him, potentially extending the feud. Alternatively, he could shift blame onto Michael Cole for his loss, creating a distraction or opening space for a new challenger to emerge and defend the announcer.

Logan Paul (Via WWE/Twitter)

Another possibility for Logan Paul is to take a hiatus akin to Roman Reigns. Being a part-time star like Reigns, Paul might consider a break, especially with Money in the Bank and SummerSlam approaching. This break could provide him with time to recharge before returning to the ring.

Furthermore, it might be time for Logan Paul to refocus on defending his US Title. With challengers like LA Knight on the horizon, he needs to prioritize his title defense after a month-long hiatus from defending the belt. It’s crucial for him to engage in new feuds and uphold the prestige of the championship.

In WWE, the drama never stops, and Logan Paul’s next steps will determine his future in the ring. Whether he chooses legal action, shifts blame, takes a break, or focuses on defending his title, the Maverick’s journey in the WWE promises to be filled with twists and turns.

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