Paul wore his £3.8m Pokemon tag during his WWE debut at Wrestlemania 38 and he received a Guinness World Record for his post-match tag
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Logan Paul broke a Guinness World Record after buying a Pokemon card worth £3.8 million.
YouTube star Paul purchased a PSA class 10 Pikachu Illustrator card in Dubai last July, which broke the record for the most expensive Pokemon trading card sold at a private sale. Just to buy a class 10 pass, Paul bought a version of the class 9 card for £900,000 from a sports card collector in Italy.
He wore the tag around his neck during his WWE debut at Wrestlemania 38 on Saturday night. Paul, who won his wrestling match with The Miz, explains the rarity of the tag he wears in the ring.
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“Pikachu Illustrator is one of the rarest and most coveted Pokemon cards in the world,” he said. “Only 39 pieces were given to the winners of the Illustration competition in 1998, and this is the only purchase in the world to be rated ‘perfect 10’.”
“I love Pokémon and the fact that it’s confirmed with the Guinness World Records – this is crazy. Tonight is a wild night. This isn’t real! I’ve registered a lot of records and real the fact that i finally got a record after my first [WWE] ever won? I went back to the dressing room and got my second win. “
Paul previously bought a batch of collectible Pokemon cards worth £2.6 million only to later discover they were fake. Upon realizing the illegal tokens, a validator confirmed it “the biggest cheat in the entire history of Pokemon “.
The 27-year-old was delighted after his WWE debut and joked that he could even call himself the world’s highest-paid loser after winning against wrestling legend Rey Mysterio and his son. he is Dominik.
“This is so surreal. I can’t believe I shared a ring with Mysterio’s and also won the match. You know this is my first win, you know I can no longer. say I’m the highest paid loser in the world, that’s my thing. I won something, this is cool!”
When asked why his teammate The Miz turned him down after the game, Paul said: “If I had to guess, he’s probably jealous. If it’s like me, I think he was jealous and decided to give up. deny me.”