Logan Paul wants to remain in WWE after his performance at Wrestlemania 38

The YouTuber-turned-boxer-turned-wrestler produced an incredible performance at WWE's biggest event of the year.

Logan Paul has added another achievement to his ever-growing CV.

First, he conquered the YouTube world and then he ended up boxing one of the greatest fighters of all-time Floyd Mayweather.

Now, Paul can tell people he jumped off the top rope and performed a Frog Splash against Rey Mysterio in Texas.

He even whipped out the Three Amigos. Paul - who also shared the ring with The Miz - has his critics but nobody can deny his impressive performance and given how well received it was, there are now calls for Vince McMahon to sign him up.

One person on Twitter said: This Logan Paul is alright, sign him up."

Another tweeted: If I'm Vince McMahon, I'd throw all my money at Logan Paul and sign him up permanently. A totally excellent Wrestlemania performance - as good as any celebrity ever."

Wrestling writer Bryan Alvarez also spoke about his performance and said: "You can hate the guy but Logan Paul was a total natural out there."

Jake Paul admitted he was 'proud' of his brother and wrote: "So proud of Logan for winning tonight what a performance. I told the WWE fans they would have to bow down."

Paul hopes to remain in WWE

Logan Paul's physique was something that grabbed the headlines before he appeared inside the ring.

"I maintained a regiment of 100 push-ups and 100 sit-ups every day for three days in a row. Very happy with the results," he wrote. Thor Bjornsson replied and said: "Insane work".

Paul says he hopes he can continue to show WWE fans his skills moving forward.

"Vince [McMahon] is like a step-dad to me," Paul told talkSPORT before Wrestlemania. "Does that make sense?

"He's like the guy you have a good relationship with, a firm handshake, 'how you doing? I respect you, I'm glad to have you here' and it's just a really positive relationship.

"He's welcomed me with open arms and he's been excited every time I go out there and perform and yeah, it's been positive. He's awesome."

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