YouTuber turned boxer, now WWE United States Champion Logan Paul, celebrated his first wrestling title by posing naked next to his model fiance.
Paul reigned victorious in Saudi Arabia in only his sixth WWE match by taking on the legendary Rey Mysterio for the US Championship. Paul won the close-fought battle in controversial circumstances as he delivered the winning blow whilst wearing brass knuckle dusters.
After walking away with the belt from the WWE Crown Jewel premium live event at the Mohammad Abdu Arena in Saudi Arabia, Paul couldn’t help by flaunt his win alongside his stunning fiance Nina Agdal.
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Paul posted to his 27million followers on Instagram a number of pictures of him enjoying his morning, captioning the post: “Champ life."
Paul first posed alongside Nina naked under the covers whilst hugging his belt as little spoon. He also posed with his belt on a rooftop whilst smoking a cigar, in the gym whilst drinking a bottle of Prime and once again naked – this time alone in the shower with only the belt covering his modesty.
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Fans reacted to his win and celebrations in the comments section, one fan wrote: “Living your daily life as a champion,” a second said: “Gotta light a cigar my guy!” While a third labelled his victory “legendary”, a fourth commented on Paul and Nina’s bed pic, saying: “The first picture is so cute”.
Other fans poked fun at Paul’s shower pic, saying: “Bro made sure no one wears the belt after him in the last slide”. A second added: “Nahhh no one is wearing that belt after the last pic”, with a third quipping: “Not in the shower!”
However, unlike his WWE victory, there was no doubting Paul’s last boxing victory against Dillon Danis last month, which saw the UFC ace disqualified after attempting to put Paul in a headlock. The YouTuber now finds himself the holder of two titles across two different sports.
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