Logan Paul just inked a new deal with WWE, and although the photo from his announcement was totally photoshopped, the contract is very real. WWE could have big plans for the YouTuber turned boxer at this point as well.

Ringside News exclusively reported that the general discussion backstage in the writers room is that Logan Paul will be around a bit more often with his new deal. It was not confirmed how many dates he will work, but a title run isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

While speaking to ESPN, Logan Paul was very high on himself, like always. The Maverick spoke about his new WWE deal, and that he wouldn’t have agreed to it unless he believes that a WWE Title run is a legit possibility.

Logan Paul went on to say that it would be a great notch in his belt to attain that accolade of a WWE Champion. Obviously, not everyone can become WWE Champion, but Logan Paul believes that he has what it takes to get that done.


I wouldn’t have signed this contract if I didn’t think that I was capable of getting a WWE belt. I think it’d be the coolest thing ever. I’d love to have it on my résumé, and I’d love to show every kid around the world who watches WWE that you can achieve anything.

Logan Paul has a natural ability in the WWE ring, but it might take a lot of work to get himself to a WWE Championship status. Then again, he stood toe-to-toe against Roman Reigns in Saudi Arabia, and nearly dethroned the Head of the Table.

Logan Paul has a ton of potential in WWE, and the proof is in the results he left in the ring so far. This situation could always result in a WWE Title run for Logan Paul by the time his three-year deal is over, but it’s also highly doubtful that WWE would guarantee a title run as a clause in anyone’s contract.

What’s your take on Logan Paul as a possible WWE Champion? Does he have what it takes? Sound off in the comments!

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