YouTube boxer Logan Paul has officially signed a contract with WWE, sharing pictures with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon at the company’s headquarters.
Logan executed a near-perfect WrestleMania debut earlier in 2022, fueling speculation that the content creator could be set to ink a more long-term agreement.
Confirmation of his signature was revealed on June 30, with the wrestling giants putting out a press release.
According to journalist Ariel Helwani, it is a multi-year deal to compete at multiple events during the course of the year.
He also reports: “No return date set but could be next month at Summerslam. Miz would make a lot of sense.”
Logan Paul picks the next WWE opponent after signing a deal
And indeed, Logan is already eyeing up his next opponent – WrestleMania tag team partner, The Miz.
In a short video posted to the WWE website, the elder Paul’s brother said: “I just signed my WWE contract. It is a big deal but after all, it is my contract.
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“I’m going to make a little addition here,” the YouTube star added, whipping out a pen. He went on to write the words ‘Coming for you, Miz” on the back.
There has been no official announcement regarding Logan’s next wrestling match but to say The Miz is on his radar is an understatement.
Summerslam, as Helwani suggested, could be the next time these two lock horns on July 30, 2022.