WrestleMania 39 could be the last WWE show Logan Paul ever works - provided the YouTube star doesn't renew his soon-to-expire contract with the promotion.
Paul stated on the recent episode of his Impaulsive podcast that his WWE deal is set to elapse after WrestleMania. Saying that his rookie year is coming to an end, Logan confirmed that his upcoming match with Seth Rollins is the last on his contract.
Per the man himself (h/t Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online):-
“My contract ends this WrestleMania. My rookie year is about to be up.”
Paul vs. Rollins has been earmarked for WrestleMania 39's first night, which takes place in Los Angeles, California's SoFi Stadium this Saturday, 1 April. It'll be the fifth professional wrestling match of the 27-year-old influencer's career, following his debut as The Miz's tag team partner against Dominik and Rey Mysterio at last year's WrestleMania.
After making his bow at 'Mania 38, Paul advanced to face The Miz at SummerSlam 2022, Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel 2022, and then to compete in this year's men's Royal Rumble. He has been feuding with Rollins extensively over the past few months.
Ariel Helwani reported last June that Paul had signed a multi-year deal with WWE.