The Maverick, Logan Paul, hungry for WWE return

After signing a new contract with the WWE, Logan Paul hasn't been seen in the WWE since losing to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39.

The Maverick's presence in the WWE has been sorely missed by his fans.

Logan Paul, the social media superstar who successfully became one of the biggest performers in the WWE, is stirring up a ton of excitement among wrestling fans as he expressed his anticipation for a return to the arena.

Recently on his podcast, "Impaulsive", Paul expressed his eagerness to get back to the ring, saying that he's so "hungry to get back in there." His close friend and co-host, Mike Majlak, even hinted that it's coming soon but that he's not allowed to talk about it yet.

Logan Paul's journey in the WWE universe has been a thrill ride from the onset. From backing Sami Zayn in a feud against Kevin Owens leading to WrestleMania 37 to tagging with The Miz and triumphing over Dominik Mysterio and Rey Mysterio as well as, most recently, feuding with the now-World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins, at WrestleMania 39.

Logan Paul has all the right tools to be a legend in the WWE if he can continue improving.

Paul's growth as a performer has been nothing short of dramatic. His singles matches, in particular at Crown Jewel last year, showcased his ability to hold his own.

Paul admits that he's kept a close eye on Monday Night RAW, Friday Night SmackDown, and major events like Backlash and Night of Champions, this time from the fan perspective.

Paul's background as a YouTuber equipped him with insights into what audiences want and he's more than eager to apply these new lessons to his wrestling career. According to Paul, seeing the WWE from a new lens will help him deliver better as well as more compelling performances in the WWE ring, promising an "amazing next couple of years."

Paul's commitment to the WWE has been nothing short of amazing, especially considering that he doesn't technically need to do all the stunts he's been pulling off while inside the ring.

As for when Paul could return following his latest contract, most point to July's PPV in London, Money in the Bank. WWE is probably trying to keep Paul hidden until the last minute as a surprise entrant although it wouldn't hurt to give him the mic a couple of weeks before then and make him earn his place through a qualifying match.

Winning the Money in the Bank contract could then give Paul his golden ticket to the World Heavyweight Championship belt - a dream Paul has openly cherished.

If this happens, Paul will be matching up against the incumbent champion, Seth Rollins, once again, who has said before that he's a huge fan of Paul's body of work.

Logan Paul is easily one of the most popular stars on the WWE roster.

In this hypothetical situation, the WWE would lean towards extending the feud between Cody Rhodes and Brock Lesnar at least until SummerSlam, where it will probably conclude with Reigns finally getting the beast-sized hump that is The Beast Incarnate en route to his eventual rematch against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 40.

As for Reigns, it's believed that The Bloodline storyline will continue until then, presumably seeing Solo Sikoa and Reigns team up again to take on Sikoa's older brothers, the twins, Jimmy and Jey Uso.

With three potentially main event-worthy feud, both Money in the Bank and SummerSlam are going to be huge for the WWE.

Now, all we've got to figure out is where Drew McIntyre fits in all of this.

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Ray Ampoloquio

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