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Logan Paul signs multi-year contract with WWE

Paul will reportedly compete at multiple WWE events per year.

YouTube and celebrity boxing superstar Logan Paul is officially under contract with WWE.

Paul announced the news on Twitter and Instagram today, writing that he "Just signed with the @WWE." Paul posted pictures of himself at WWE headquarters with Stephanie McMahon and Paul "Triple H" Levesque.

Ariel Helwani reports that Paul's contract is a "multi-year deal to compete at multiple events per year." It includes Paul appearing at an undisclosed number of WWE pay-per-views across 2022 and 2023.

Paul made his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38 this April, teaming with The Miz to defeat Rey & Dominik Mysterio. Paul also played a role in the previous year's WrestleMania, taking a stunner from Kevin Owens.

The Miz turned against Paul after their match against The Mysterios at WrestleMania 38. In today's announcement, Paul threatened that he's coming for The Miz, seemingly setting up a match between the two for SummerSlam.

Paul had teased over the weekend that he was training for his in-ring return. On Raw this Monday, Miz claimed that he and Paul were going to reunite their tag team at SummerSlam. Miz alleged that he smoothed things over with Paul after WrestleMania, saying that him attacking Paul was just a teaching lesson.

Miz is set to appear on the "Today" show on NBC this Friday.

SummerSlam is taking place at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, July 30.

Paul said before his in-ring debut that -- if everything went well and it worked out with his schedule -- he could see himself having a future in WWE past WrestleMania 38.