Logan Paul gives surprising WWE rookie contract update

We highly doubt Logan Paul's rookie contract with the WWE is the same as what fresh faces usually receive in their first year.

Logan Paul's rookie contract is about to come to an end.

It's crazy to think that it's been a year since Logan Paul has been drawing crowds to the WWE.

After bursting into the WWE scene last year following a viral appearance at WrestleMania 37, Logan Paul has been a fixture in some of the wrestling promotion's highlight moments. As he prepares to appear in his third straight WrestleMania and his first single match at the Show of Shows, he let fans in on a little secret.


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As revealed in a recent episode of his ImPaulsive show, Paul's contract with the WWE will end at WrestleMania 39.

Previously, it was reported that the WWE and Paul agreed to a multi-year contract. However, it's clear now that this report is either false or the "multi-year" part includes his previous WWE appearances in 2021.

Fans are wondering if Logan Paul can rope in his brother, Jake Paul, to join him in the WWE.

Few WWE wrestlers are already massive outside of the wrestling industry as Paul was before coming on board, so he might have gotten his way with his contract.

With that said, it'll be interesting to see what kind of extension deal Triple H and Paul will agree on. Both are reportedly on good terms as Paul once said that he reached out to the WWE Hall of Famer for advice.

Our guess is that Triple H will pony up and pay The Maverick whatever he wants if it can guarantee that he'll stay ready to appear in multiple PPVs for years to come.

After headlining last year's Crown Jewel PPV against Roman Reigns, Paul will feud against Seth Rollins at the Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 1.

Ray Ampoloquio
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