Logan Paul's new contract with WWE sounds like a sweet deal for the YouTuber, who will work several shows a year as part of his agreement with the market-leading wrestling promotion.
WWE and Paul broke the news of their new union on Thursday. The 27-year-old was shown signing his contract with Triple H and acting WWE Chairwoman Stephanie McMahon, though combat sports journalist Ariel Helwani has since reported that Paul actually inked the contract on Wednesday.
Additionally, Helwani stated that Logan's deal is for several years, with the WrestleMania 38 star set to appear on several shows annually. It is expected this will include a number of premium live events in 2022 and 2023.
SummerSlam 2022 (30 July) is thought to Paul's first "big appearance" as a contracted WWE star, though there's a chance he could be on television in the build to the event.
Paul wrestled his first ever match at 'Mania 38, teaming with The Miz to face Rey and Dominik Mysterio. They were victorious, but Miz turned on Paul afterwards, which was followed up not only on this week's Raw (when Miz addressed the situation), but Paul's contract signing as well.