Logan Paul Gets Bigger Payment Than Brock Lesnar?

WWE is known to have deep pockets when it comes to investing in their talent or any aspect of their business that they deem necessary. Recently, the attention of fans and media outlets alike has been fixated on Logan Paul’s WWE contract status, with rumors swirling about just how much money the YouTube sensation is earning from the organization.



As details of Paul’s contract with WWE continue to emerge, the internet has been buzzing with rumors that the deal is worth an astonishing $15 million for a duration of three years. Naturally, such a figure has raised eyebrows, and many have been keen to ascertain the accuracy of this claim.

In an effort to confirm the details of Paul’s contract, Ringside News reached out to WWE insiders. While none of the individuals interviewed had seen Logan Paul’s contract themselves, they confirmed that a $15 million contract was not beyond the realm of possibility.

However, these insiders also revealed that $15 million was not considered “Brock Lesnar money” anymore. In fact, there are reportedly several people on the WWE roster making that much money or more, including earnings from royalties and other opportunities. It was also noted that top stars like Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns were on a different level altogether.

Despite these revelations, it was confirmed that Logan Paul’s rumored earnings were still well above what he is likely to be making from WWE. In fact, he is reportedly not even in the top five highest-paid contracts on the current roster.

While the exact amount of money that Logan Paul is earning from WWE remains unknown, it is safe to say that he is not among the highest-paid stars in the organization. The rumors of a $15 million contract may not be entirely accurate, but it is clear that Paul is still doing quite well for himself in the world of professional wrestling.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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