Logan Paul Joins WWE For Multi-Event Deal

Logan Paul has gone the pro wrestling route.

Paul will appear in the WWE ring at multiple live events that will push into 2023, the organization announced Thursday afternoon. The older Paul brother will also make TV appearances in between storylines.

Paul first appeared at WWE at WrestleMania 37 with superstar Sami Zayn. He didn’t make his in-ring debut until a year later at WrestleMania 38 in this past April where he was featured in a tag-team match with The Miz vs. Rey Mysterio and his son, Dominik Mysterio.

The Miz and Paul won, but The Miz had turned on his former teammate. They could be heading into a singles match at SummerSlam later this month in Nashville.

Paul is best known for his boxing exhibition fight against legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather last June. Because it was an exhibition, there was no winner declared.

His brother, Jake, has also tested his skills in the boxing world. He has five wins with four knockouts. He is scheduled to fight Tommy Fury – the half-brother of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury – who would be the first professional Jake would face.

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