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How much is Logan Paul paid by the WWE? Contract details and rumours ahead of Royal Rumble

Josh Lawless

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How much is Logan Paul paid by the WWE? Contract details and rumours ahead of Royal Rumble

Logan Paul is set to have his ninth match of his WWE career this Saturday and continues his excellent run in professional wrestling.

Having claimed gold by beating Rey Mysterio at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia, Paul defends the United Championship for the first time against Kevin Owens at the Royal Rumble in St Petersburg, Florida.

The Maverick only made his debut in 2022 at WrestleMania and is already one of the top superstars in the company after immediately taking to the wrestling business.

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Paul has produced a slew of incredible performances inside the ring and was rewarded with a new contract in April last year.

At the time, the Prime owner posted a picture of him and Triple H, complete with the caption "contract renewed".

It was reported as a multi-year contract featuring appearances at premium live events, though it was said that Paul's salary was $15 million over three years.

However, this was later debunked by Ringside News, who described the rumoured figures as "outrageous".

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Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Although he is being paid well, Paul is not believed to be in the top five highest-earners in the WWE roster.

The outlet said: "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.

"It was 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 five top paid contracts on the roster right now."

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Image: Getty
Image: Getty

According to The Athletic, quoting Triple H, WWE superstars on Raw and Smackdown typically have a base salary of $250,000.

"I feel incredibly blessed to have found something I'm good at, at 28 years old," Paul told ESPN after signing his deal.

"And the fact that the organization thinks I'm good enough to continue, hopefully, building this WWE legacy is mind-blowing. I'm incredibly grateful and incredibly blessed. As long as I can keep putting on good shows, man, I'm going to keep doing this sport,

Featured Image Credit: WWE & Logan Paul

Topics: WWE, Logan Paul, Triple H

Josh Lawless
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