Logan Paul has been making his big ambitions in WWE pretty clear. The Maverick has proved his in-ring prowess and continues to dominate inside the squared circle. Now, he has reached a historic milestone with WWE.

Logan made his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 37 in 2021, where he served as a special guest of Sami Zayn for his match against Kevin Owens. Since then, he has been steadily improving his skills, which led to a tag team match with The Miz against Rey and Dominik Mysterio.

Since signing with WWE, Logan has made several appearances at premium live events and showcased his in-ring abilities.  He beat Rey Mysterio to win the United States Title at the WWE Crown Jewel 2023 before retaining the title via DQ at the Royal Rumble over Kevin Owens.

On this past Friday’s Smackdown, Logan claimed a huge win over The Miz in a Men’s Elimination Chamber qualifier to advance to the Men’s Chamber match at next Saturday’s PLE. This victory means that he will compete against the likes of Randy Orton, AJ Styles, LA Knight, Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, and Owens with the winner getting a shot at Seth Rollins’ World Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania.

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The qualifier match was Logan’s first non-PLE match in his career, which was also his tenth match. He became the first star to compete in 9 PLE matches before working a match on television or at house shows.

This achievement marks a historic milestone in Logan’s WWE career, proving his status as a rising star in the wrestling world. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more!

What do you think of Logan’s career in WWE? Do you think he’ll become a WWE legend one day? Let us know in the comments!

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