Logan Paul: I Appreciate The Hard Work Of The Weekly Talent That I Benefit Off Four Times A Year

Logan Paul knows the perception of being a part-time superstar.

Logan Paul is signed to WWE, but only wrestles a handful of times a year at big premium live events. Paul re-signed with WWE after WrestleMania 39, which was a loss to Seth Rollins.

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Rollins commented before the match that if everyone followed Logan's model of entering wrestling, the business would be dead. Logan knows how it looks from the outside and the inside that he comes in four times a year and gets a big spot, but he's not going to stop.

"I just feel kind of, not bad, but you have the weeklies, who are actively building this organization every single week, and I get to come in and capitalize on the good will that they've sacrificed their bodies for, four times a year. By the way, I'm not going to stop. For the wrestlers listening, I'm cognizant of it, and I appreciate your hard work that I get to benefit off of four times a year," Logan said on his Impaulsive podcast.

After defeating Logan at WrestleMania 39, Rollins was appreciative of Logan's efforts and did advocate for WWE to re-sign him.

It is unknown when Logan will return to WWE.

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