WrestleMania is often seen as the end of the WWE year with regard to storytelling, with the night after the event representing a new start.
One star who will seemingly be heading out on a new adventure after the two-day event in California is Logan Paul.
The YouTube star officially signed with WWE back in June 2022, penning a deal for multiple matches across 2022 and 2023. While the exact length and details of the contract were never revealed, the man himself has confirmed that the deal expires after WrestleMania 39.
Speaking on his Impaulsive podcast the star said that his contract expires after WrestleMania as his good rookie year comes to an end.
“My contract ends this WrestleMania. My rookie year is about to be up.”
When Did Logan Paul First Wrestle In WWE?
Logan Paul took his first steps in WWE in the run-up to WrestleMania 37, and he even appeared at the event getting a Stunner from Kevin Owens in the process. A year later the star was back at the spectacular, this time competing alongside The Miz as the pair defeated The Mysterios.
Off the back of the success of this outing, Paul signed an official deal with the company. Paul made his singles debut at SummerSlam where he beat The Miz, before competing for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title at Crown Jewel. Despite his inexperience, the star earned a huge amount of praise for his performance against Roman Reigns, even though he suffered a knee injury in the process.
Logan Paul returned to action in the men’s Royal Rumble match and went on to cost Seth Rollins the United States Title at Elimination Chamber. The two men are set to meet on night one of WrestleMania 39.
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