Logan Paul signs new deal with WWE

It was inevitable, but now it’s official: Logan Paul has renewed his contract with WWE.

The news was announced by Paul himself in a tweet, adding a photo posing with WWE Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque, his WWE contract, and a Prime bottle at WWE HQ.

What’s funny is that it’s the same photo of last year where he posed with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon but it was photoshopped to remove Stephanie and change his jacket and Prime bottle from blue to yellow.

“I feel incredibly blessed to have found something that I’m good at, at 28 years old,” Paul told ESPN. “And the fact that the organization believes I’m good enough to continue hopefully building this WWE legacy is mind-blowing. And I’m incredibly grateful and incredibly blessed. And as long as I can keep putting on good shows, man, I’m gonna keep doing this sport.”

ESPN said that Paul signed a multi-year deal although he said in an interview during Mania weekend that he’d like to have a yearly contract with the company, one which includes multiple events. His first deal with WWE ended with WrestleMania and his loss to Seth Rollins.

Paul had an outstanding year in WWE with a couple of high-profile matches where he delivered big time in terms of in-ring performance.

“Logan has just been a game changer. I mean, he’s probably the most natural guy I have ever seen. It’s almost like he was made for this business,” said Triple H. “Just being natural as far as talking and being on camera…he’s so good at that. And then his athleticism is just next level.”

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