On Thursday afternoon, World Wrestling Entertainment announced that Logan Paul signed a contract with the company. It didn’t take long for Paul to share the news on his various social media channels. The YouTube and social media personality detailed his visit to WWE Headquarters and the aforementioned contract signing. He would follow up by delivering a message to The Miz, inking “COMING 4 U @MIZ” on the same document. This past April, at WrestleMania 38, Paul teamed with The Miz in a losing effort against Rey and Dominik Mysterio. Post-match, The Miz attacked Paul, laying him out. The main takeaway from this story, however, is that Logan Paul has officially signed with WWE.
— WWE (@WWE) June 30, 2022
Logan Paul Signs WWE Deal
What to Know Regarding Newest Contracted Star
As mentioned earlier, Logan Paul is largely known by the general public as a social media personality. He began creating YouTube content at a young age, building a name for himself on the platform alongside his brother, Jake Paul. His career in content creation hasn’t been without its controversies, however, which has made him one of the most polarizing Internet names. However, by the late 2010s, Logan Paul took on a new venture in the form of amateur boxing.
In August 2018, Paul competed in his first major fight against fellow YouTuber KSI, the fight in question ending in a majority draw. The following year, Paul rematched KSI, the latter picking up the victory. In June of 2021, Paul competed in his biggest fight to date against multi-time world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. This particular fight went to a no-contest, with Paul utilizing excessive clinching, though Mayweather would end up landing more strikes throughout.
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