At Crown Jewel, Logan Paul will compete against Roman Reigns for the WWE undisputed world championship.

Los Angeles It was announced Saturday at a news conference at Resorts World that Logan Paul will battle Roman Reigns for the WWE undisputed universal championship on Nov. 5 in Riydah, Saudi Arabia, in just his second singles bout in the company.

Paul, a 27-year-old social media sensation, met Floyd Mayweather at a boxing match in June.

At WrestleMania in April, he made his debut for the WWE by defeating The Mysterios as a tag team with The Miz. Then, in August, Paul made his singles debut by defeating The Miz at SummerSlam, and his versatility in the ring was evident.

WWE Hall of Famer and Chief Content Officer Paul "Triple H" Levesque said, "I can tell you this, everything he's done in the short length of time he's been with us, he's earned my respect, and I don't give that easily. He's only played a handful of matches, but he's already blown me away.

Paul will now be expected to compete on a much larger platform alongside the WWE's top star.

Paul will now be expected to compete on a much larger platform alongside the WWE's top star.

Reigns has held the title for more than two years after defeating Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam in a Last Man Standing contest.

Reigns stated, "This dude has over 30 million followers and he's bringing them to your 'Tribal Chief' right now. You can be the third match on any card, but if you want to advance to the main event, I'm going to show you what God Mode really looks like in Saudi Arabia.

This week, when Reigns appeared as a guest on Paul's well-known podcast Impaulsive, the Reigns and Paul plot began. On Friday's episode of SmackDown, Paul singled out Reigns and invited him to a press conference in Las Vegas prior to Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin's fight for the undisputed super middleweight championship.