WWE has a lot of money to throw around when they feel that something needs that kind of monetary attention. The world paid close attention to Logan Paul’s WWE contract status, and a new rumor about how much he is raking in also drew considerable attention as well.

Logan Paul’s WWE contract details are making the rounds, and we have reached out to confirm some of those details. One of the specific things we wanted to clear up was the fact that his deal is rumored to be worth $15 million for three years.

Ringside News reached out to confirm these contract details about The Maverick. We were told that, while nobody we spoke to has actually put their eyes to Logan Paul’s contract, that $15 million figure is out of the realm of possibility.

We were told that $15 million isn’t considered “Brock Lesnar money” anymore. In fact, “there are a few people making that right now, if you include royalties and other opportunities.” We were also told that, “Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are at a level above everyone else.”


That being said, it was also confirmed to us that $15 million is still above what Logan Paul is likely making from WWE. In fact, he’s not even in the top 5 top paid contracts on the roster right now.

I don’t know what Logan Paul makes, but I bet he’s not even in top 5 in WWE right now. And I don’t think he’s anywhere near 15 milliion.

Logan Paul is a very rich person, and he makes a lot of money from WWE. Even though he might make a killing, considering how much money he’s raking in, that $15 million price tag for The Maverick’s services in WWE just isn’t realistic.

We’ll have to see what’s next for Logan Paul. He could have his eyes on major title run in WWE. Only time will tell if WWE gives him a top title, but he is sticking around for multiple years to tell that story if needed.

What’s your take on Logan Paul sticking around WWE? Does WWE need his influence around? Sound off in the comments!

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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