Logan Paul Reveals When WWE Contract Expires, If He Wants To Continue
Logan Paul has shared when his WWE contract expires and expressed his thoughts on if he wants to keep working for the company.
It was one year ago at WrestleMania 38 when Logan Paul had his first WWE match as the tag team partner of The Miz. The cocky duo worked well together and picked up the win over the team of Rey & Dominik Mysterio. After the match, The Miz turned on Paul with a Skull Crushing Finale in the middle of the ring.
On June 30th, 2022, WWE announced Logan Paul signed a contract with the company to wrestle some more matches. That led to Paul beating The Miz at SummerSlam 2022 in a very impressive showing that made people think that this YouTube star that has had some boxing matches was a natural when it came to pro wrestling.
All of that led to Logan Paul challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Crown Jewel in another performance that earned rave reviews for Paul.
After suffering a knee injury in the Crown Jewel match, Logan Paul was able to come back to be in the Royal Rumble. He made it near the end of the match and eliminated Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Their issues only grew from their leading to their WrestleMania match this weekend.
In an interview with Ariel Helwani of BT Sport, Logan Paul had this exchange with Helwani about how his WWE contract expires this weekend.
When is the contract done?
“April 1. I was contracted for a year to do two WrestleManias and I think five events.”
Is there any chance this is it for you?
“I feel like it’s unlikely. I’m a good employee.”
As of this moment, you don’t have a deal past Saturday?
Has [a new deal] been brought up?
“It’s been brought up, but I don’t have it.”
You would like to continue though?
“Of course, of course.”
Do you want something longer than a year or do you like year-to-year?
“This was a topic my manager and I were talking about. My life moves so fast and I don’t know what my stock will be in a year. It seems a little irresponsible to sign anything longer than a year-long contract. What’s going to happen in a year? Last year, at this time, I had no idea I was going to be an almost full-time wrestler as a staple of my career, and now I am. Let’s be honest, they’re going to f**king renew my contract. I mean, come on. It’d be silly not to.”
“I was wondering if you wanted to renew it.”
“I do. I do. I think it’s very good for me.”
Logan Paul will face Seth Rollins this Saturday, April 1st during night one of WrestleMania 39 at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles. It is also Logan’s 28th birthday.