Logan Paul will use one of the rare Pokémon cards that exist when I fight in Wrestlemania tonight. Today, YouTube’s personality and amateur Boxer revealed his Wrestlemania team on social networks. While the team itself has tones of Wolverine with a yellow and black motif, the image of Paul also revealed that he will use what seems to be a Pikachu Illustrator card rated by PSA in the ring. You can see Paul’s full ring below.
The Pikachu Illustrator card is an ancient promotional card that is delivered to the winners of one of the first Pokémon card competitions. Only a handful of the cards were made, and are considered one of the rare cards that exist. One of those Pikachu Illustrator cards was sold for $ 900,000 earlier this year, so if Paul’s card is legitimate, he could be using one of the most expensive ring pieces in history.
We will notice that Paul has an interesting story with the Pikachu Illustrator card. He bought a Pikachu Illustrator card in October for $ 200,000, but then discovered that it was a counterfeit card. While recording the video on the false card, Paul hit a window (he says in a joke) and ended up going to the hospital for nine points. As the card shown in Paul’s video has PSA rating, we assume that this is not the false card that he previously bought, but more strange things have happened… especially when it involves Paul.
Paul has a history of using old Pokémon cards on the ring for big boxing fighting. He previously used one of his charizard cards graduated in the ring. He later claimed that using that card in the ring increased its value exponentially, although he never put the card on sale to prove that theory.
Paul will be associated with The Miz in a team fight against the Duo of Father and son of King Mysterio and Dominick Mysterio tonight in Wrestlemania. Paul is one of the three celebrities that actively fight in WrestleMania, along with Johnny Knoxville and Pat McAfee (who, to be fair, is also a hired WWE employee and has appeared on multiple WWE high-profile combats).
WrestleMania 38 will be transmitted tonight at 8 p. m. ET in the Peacock Transmission Service.