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Logan Paul's eye-watering net worth revealed ahead of Dillon Danis showdown

Matthew Holt

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Logan Paul's eye-watering net worth revealed ahead of Dillon Danis showdown

From Vine to YouTube, Boxing to WWE, it's safe to say Logan Paul has enjoyed quite the rise.

At 28, the Ohio-born social media star has done it all and is set to return to the ring to face former UFC star Dillon Danis on the under card of KSI v Tommy Fury this weekend.

Having endured plenty of controversial moments across his career, Paul has recently enjoyed some success in the entertainment industry as of late.

A shrewd businessman to say the very least, it begs the question, how much is he really worth?

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What is Logan Paul's net worth?

According to Forbes, Paul is worth a whopping $20.9 million (£17 million), which places him #6 in the list of online content creators for 2023. Mr Beast and business partner KSI lead the way in #1 and #2.

Having fought Floyd Mayweather last year in an exhibition match, Paul is said to have pocketed a tidy $15million (£12.2 million) from the bout.

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How many businesses is Logan involved in?

Logan has his very own business named Maverick, which is a clothing line set-up by the online star alongside his own YouTube channel.

He also is the co-founder of Prime, which has seen wholesale success alongside partner KSI.

Prime Hydration is currently the official sponsor of Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Barcelona and is said to have earned the pair $250 million (£204 million) in retail sales in its very first year.

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Logan Paul has racked up a significant sum of money. (Credit: Getty)
Logan Paul has racked up a significant sum of money. (Credit: Getty)

Who is Logan sponsored by?

According to Forbes, Logan Paul is backed by a number of huge sponsors, including HBO, Hanes, Bic, Dunkin' Donuts, Nike, Verizon, and PepsiCo. His Instagram page boasts a staggering 26.8 million followers, along with a further 23.6 million over on his popular YouTube channel.

An ever-present name in the online world, many have praised the American for his switch in content over the past few years, after he was involved in high-level controversy regarding he posted of a suicide forest in Japan back in 2018.

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Topics: Logan Paul, WWE, YouTube, Boxing

Matthew Holt
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