“I’m not going to stop”: Logan Paul provides update on his WWE future to becoming world heavyweight champion

Logan Paul has recently discussed his WWE schedule and appeared to verify his intention of remaining a part-time participant.

After his successful tag team victory with The Miz over the Mysterios at WrestleMania 38, Paul’s career trajectory has been on a steady rise, with no signs of slowing down for the influential figure in social media.

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Following his outstanding debut in the ring, Logan Paul went on to deliver a memorable performance against Roman Reigns at WWE Crown Jewel. He continued to impress fans with another excellent match against Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39, despite being a part-timer who was perceived to be vying for a spot typically held by full-time wrestlers.

In the most recent episode of his IMPAULSIVE podcast, Logan Paul, who recently signed an extension to his WWE contract, discussed his schedule. The renowned YouTuber appeared to reaffirm his intent to remain a part-time wrestler, while also acknowledging the hard work and dedication of the other members of the WWE roster.

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Logan Paul Discusses His WWE Career and Part-Time Schedule

“I just feel kind of, not bad, but man, you have the weeklies who are really like actively building this organization every single week and I get to come in and capitalize on the goodwill that they’ve sacrificed their bodies for, again four times a year,” he expressed.

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While he made it clear that he has no intention of stopping his part-time wrestling stint, he wanted to express gratitude towards the wrestlers who work tirelessly throughout the year to build the WWE organization. He addressed any wrestlers listening, acknowledging their hard work, and letting them know that he appreciates their efforts that allow him to reap the benefits during his limited appearances.

Seth Rollins Defeats Logan Paul in WrestleMania Revenge Match

Seth Rollins gained revenge over Logan Paul at WrestleMania 39 by defeating him in a singles match. The two men had been feuding since the Royal Rumble in January, and their rivalry intensified after Paul helped Austin Theory retain the United States Championship in February.

Rollins challenged Paul to a match at WrestleMania, and although the social media star put up a good fight, it was Rollins who emerged victorious after hitting a superkick and a Stomp. The match was a satisfying conclusion to a heated feud between two men from different worlds.

Please leave a comment below if you would like to see Logan continue his involvement with WWE.



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