Logan Paul is a name that has been exceptionally successful in whichever field he has entered. As a YouTuber who became a social media sensation, he was having a dream run. But his hunger wasn’t limited to being on the internet, as he also made a name for himself in sports.
The Maverick is currently signed to WWE and works on a part-time basis. But before joining the Triple H-led promotion, he competed in boxing. The 6-foot-2 star has had an interesting boxing record of 0-1-2, as he competed in only three fights. So, let’s check out which walkout songs he has used in his fighting career so far.
Logan Paul’s walkout songs in boxing
The 28-year-old made his boxing debut in 2018 through his high-profile rivalry with social media star KSI. His first ever match with his PRIME Energy partner was a non-sanctioned bout in August 2018. But the result of this match was controversial, as it ended in a draw.
As the first bout was not official, the two had a rematch, which was held on November 10, 2019. For this match, Paul walked out alongside Justin Bieber and Jake Paul, which was quite memorable. In this match, Paul used “Take A Step Back” by XXXTentacion as his walkout song but ended up losing to KSI.
After this, he stayed away from boxing for over a year. Logan’s next boxing match was against Floyd Mayweather on June 6, 2021. For this match, The Maverick walked out to “From Now On” by Hugh Jackman in ‘The Greatest Showman.’ This match was also an unsanctioned one and ended in a draw.
Logan Paul’s walkout songs in WWE
Even though it’s been just over 2 and a half years since Logan Paul first appeared in WWE, he’s made a huge name for himself. His skills inside the ring are exceptional, and that’s why he’s already considered among the best celebrity-turned-wrestlers in history.
After signing a multi-event contract with the Stamford-based promotion in June 2022, Paul officially became a member of the roster. During his initial days, he used ‘Heart Cold’ as his walkout song. But after some time, he changed his theme and started using ‘Hurricane,’ which was composed by Def Rebel Group, who is the official music partner of WWE.
This song went pretty well with the persona Logan carried, and he continued using it for a number of months. But the promotion eventually changed his walkout song to ‘Take Flight,’ which has taken his charisma to an even higher level. Even though Paul has been away from WWE for a long time, he’ll probably be using this song only when he returns.