Logan Paul suffered a major knee injury during WWE Crown Jewel

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Logan Paul announced that he tore his meniscus and MCL, and may have suffered a torn ACL during his WWE Crown Jewel main event with Roman Reigns.

Powell’s POV: Paul wrote on Twitter (see below) that he suffered the knee injury halfway through the match. You wouldn’t have known it from watching his impressive performance. Here’s wishing him the best in his recovery.


Readers Comments (3)

  1. Logan Paul did an awesome job against Roman. I’m hoping for a speedy recovery.

  2. So I guess Wrestlemania’s out of the question then?

  3. If the ACL isn’t torn, then WM is still in play. MCL and meniscus recovery times can vary pretty widely, but MCL typically is only over 6 weeks for the worst of it and meniscus rarely goes more than about 3-4 months (I just finished recovering from a partial lateral meniscus tear and complete medial meniscus tear in my left knee and it took 3.5 months to be fully cleared because of the complete tear). Meniscus tears often happen with an ACL (70% of ACL also tear a meniscus) – I was lucky to avoid any ligament damage.

    The big question is the MCL though. If it’s a grade 3 (most severe) it almost always means an ACL tear as well, and that would almost certainly mean no WM for him.

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