Logan Paul lit up WWE the moment he stepped foot in the ring. After his performance at WrestleMania 39, many fans are waiting for the next time that he will thrill them. The Maverick inked a new deal with WWE as well, so he will be back.

WWE realizes that they have a special talent with Logan Paul. Only time will tell how far he will go in the company, but there have already been rumors that title run is in his future.

WrestleVotes spoke to Give Me Sport for an exclusive interview, and he dropped a bit of information. It was stated that Logan Paul is slated to take part in the 2023 Money in the Bank event on July 1st, as well as the SummerSlam event in Detroit on August 5th.

“I have sources telling me that he works two pay-per-views this summer:the London show [Money in the Bank] and then obviously Summerslam. It’s almost expected that he’s on those cards and the only creative that I could find out is that he is likely to be inside the Money in the Bank match, not a guarantee.”


Nothing is guaranteed in WWE until it airs on television, and even then it can change. Logan Paul is not finished with WWE by a long shot, so fans should probably get used to seeing him pop up from time to time.

It is also important to remember that WWE is going through television rights talks right now. FOX’s exclusive window has closed, but NBCU is still able to talk to WWE on their own (for now) about keeping RAW. Naturally, Logan Paul’s involvement on the shows would be a massive cherry on top of any television rights deal.

What’s your take on Logan Paul in the Money in the Bank match? Is he going to win and set up a title match? Sound off in the comments!

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