Logan Paul Officially Joins the WWE Family


| LAST UPDATE 07/12/2022

By Zuzanna Krause
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Logan Paul has officially signed with WWE! A short time after making his debut at WrestleMania, the YouTuber-turned boxer has let the world know that he is joining the World Wrestling Entertainment fam - so let's take a look at what's going down in the ring right now.

The new WWE member originally came to the limelight via Vine in 2014 and from there quickly rose to social media stardom. Paul is known for being a social media personality and having his own extremely successful YouTube channel with over 23 million subscribers. More recently, the YouTuber has become famous for collecting expensive Pokeman cards and getting into professional, sports - specifically boxing. Most famously, the YouTuber-turned-fighter stepped in the ring to fight boxing icon Floyd Mayweather. The exhibition boxing match went down last summer in Florida, and the match was called without a winner. However, in 2019 Paul competed with YouTuber KSI, to which KSI took home the W.

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So now that he's stepped in the ring with one of the most talented boxers of all time, Paul showed up ready to ink a contract with WWE. The now-athlete took to Twitter to share the news of him joining the club alongside acting CEO Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. Following the news, WWE uploaded a shot video of Paul sharing his excitement. "I just signed my WWE contract. It is a big deal, but after all, it is my contract," he said. "I'm going to make a little addition here," he added as he pulled out a pen to write, "Coming for you, Miz."

In April, Paul made his first appearance in the ring at WrestleMania 38 in a tag-team watch with Miz vs. Rey Mysterio and his son Dominik Mysterio. On a recent episode of Monday Night Raw, Miz announced he would reunite with Paul at WWE's 2022 SummerSlam. Once the news was made official, wrestling insider Ariel Helwani revealed we will be seeing Paul in the ring at multiple WWE premium live events in 2022 and 2023. So until then, make sure to catch up with Paul via his YouTube channel to see what's going down!

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