With his WWE Crown Jewel injuries not as severe as was first thought, it appears as if Logan Paul is currently aiming to be a part of next month's Royal Rumble show.
Speaking on the latest episode of Breakdown (via WrestlingNews.co), Wade Clemons noted how Paul is looking to "wrestle in six weeks apparently" - which would nicely tie in with the 28 January date for the 2023 Royal Rumble.
The topic of Logan Paul came up as Clemons and co-host Faze Sensei discussed the recent body transformation of Conor McGregor after Norotious suffered a broken leg.
As Wade put it:
"[Logan Paul]'s going to get stem cell therapy. We've got an update on that. His MCL was the only thing that was torn. He didn't have a triple tear. He's going to try to wrestle in six weeks apparently. He's going to get stem cell stuff and that stuff is great. You have the money to do it, why the f**k not?"
After coming up short against Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel last month, Paul revealed he tore tore his MCL and meniscus, as well as potentially tearing his ACL during that bout.
With it now known that the YouTube star didn't tear his ACL, that means the 27-year-old was able to avoid surgery.
If Logan Paul is indeed able to get cleared to return to action in time for the Royal Rumble, it remains to be seen if he'll be an entrant in the men's Rumble match or if he will instead compete elsewhere on the card.
To date, Paul has hugely impressed in his three in-ring outings so far. WrestleMania 38 saw Logan and the Miz defeat Rey and Dominik Mysterio, with a post-match attack on his partner by the A-lister setting up Paul vs. Miz at this year's SummerSlam. Having been victorious over the former WWE Champion at the Biggest Show of the Summer, Logan then set his sights on the Tribal Chief at Crown Jewel.