Logan Paul opens up on his WWE agenda

Logan Paul recently spoke about his WWE schedule and apparently confirmed that he plans to continue as a part-time worker.

Logan Paul made his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38 when he teamed with The Miz to defeat the Mysterios. Since then, there has been no looking back for the social media megastar.

After an impressive in-ring debut, Paul hosted an instant classic against Roman Reigns at WWE Crown Jewel. He recently competed in another big match against Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39. Much of the storyline surrounding the match was about Paul being a part-time worker looking to take the spot from one of the regular talent.

Logan Paul, who recently extended his WWE contract, addressed his schedule on the latest episode of his IMPAULSIVE podcast. The Youtube star apparently confirmed that he plans to continue as a part-time wrestler and also highlighted the contributions of the other wrestlers on the roster.

“I just feel a little bit, not bad, but man, you’ve got the weeklies that are really actively building this organization every 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 said. .

He continued:

“By the way, I’m not going to stop, but for the fighters listening to this, I am aware and appreciate your hard work that I benefit from four times a year.” [H/T Wrestling Inc.]

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Logan Paul is apparently interested in winning the new World Heavyweight Championship

Last week on RAW, Triple H shocked the world when he unveiled the new World Heavyweight Championship. Despite being a halftime, the new title earned the interest of Logan Paul.

Following the announcement, Paul took to Twitter to post an image of the new title along with the side-eye emoji, possibly indicating that he wants to win the title.

While Logan might want to win the new title, it seems highly unlikely that WWE will consider turning a part-time worker into the new champion.

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