Logan Paul's tour around multiple sporting disciplines after trying out boxing has taken him all the way to the pinnacle of sports entertainment, wrestling.
The elder Paul hasn't wrestled for over a year but he's a legitimate superstar and has signed a contract with the WWE. His natural athleticism and penchant for drama have made him an easy sell for fans around the world and it seems like Paul has earned himself the tutelage of one of the sport's foremost figures.
According to an interview with Alternative Sport, Paul is getting advice from the cerebral assassin, saying:
Triple H is incredible, man. He is very generous with his time and his energy and he's so intentional when he speaks and when he gives me advice. I know that every single word that comes out of his mouth is extremely valuable, so he takes the time to point me in the right direction and guide me.
Triple H is an iconic performer that has stayed with the WWE for decades. The now-retired professional wrestler is the chief content officer for the WWE and its Creative Head. Before literally suiting up for a backstage role, Triple H played heel and face over the years with equal aplomb, amassing a resume that very few can match up to if ever. Among his list of accomplishments inside the ring includes being a fourteen-time World Champion, a one-time Triple Crown Champion, and the WWE's second-ever Grand Slam Champion.
TLDR; if there's ever someone you've got to take your advice from in the WWE, it's Triple H.
Mind you, it's not just Triple H who's helping Paul out. Triple H's long-time friend, Shawn Michaels, who's currently serving as the WWE's Senior Vice President of Talent Development Creative, is helping Paul out ahead of his match against Roman Reigns.
With two of the greatest wrestlers who've ever suited up by his side and on his ear, it's not a surprise that Paul has shot to superstardom so quickly.
Having said that, Logan Paul and the Triple Chief should put together a good show at Crown Jewel on November 5 as they headline the upcoming pay-per-view event.