Logan Paul has provided an update on his WWE status.
At WWE WrestleMania 39, Seth Rollins defeated Logan Paul. Prior to the event, there were questions regarding the contract status for Paul.
Just a couple of weeks following the show, the social media star revealed that he did in fact re-sign a new multi-year deal with WWE.
On the latest episode of his Impaulsive podcast, Paul welcomed on WWE Hall of Famer Edge and discussed some of the criticisms directed at part-time performers. Confirming that his new contract will keep him on a part-time schedule going forward and admitting that he feels some guilt over it, Paul stated:
“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,”
Paul continued on to reiterate that despite his sporadic appearances, he will continue to do his best as a performer for the company, saying:
“By the way, I’m not going to stop, but for the wrestlers listening to this, I’m cognizant of it and I appreciate your hard work that I get to benefit off of four times a year.”
Transcription via Wrestling Inc.
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