Mojo Rawley is sticking around.
Current Monday Night RAW star Mojo Rawley has been a part of WWE since 2012 and he'll be with the company for the foreseeable future as Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet has reported that Mojo has inked a new deal with WWE. Sources indicated to the site that the length of Mojo's contract is unknown but Mojo did sign a multi-year deal.
In 2017, Mojo Rawley and Zack Ryder were on the hunt for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships. Mojo Rawley was moved over to the RAW brand in 2018 as a part of the Superstar Shake-Up and he was primarily featured on WWE 'Main Event' and once challenged for Seth Rollins' Intercontinental Title. Since January of this year, promos have aired on WWE TV of Mojo introducing a new persona that has since been featured on RAW and dark segments where Mojo sports new face paint along with his heel persona.
The 32-year old Mojo Rawley competed in the 50-Man Battle Royal at WWE Super ShowDown that was won by Monsoor and prior to that match, Mojo was last featured on either RAW or SmackDown on the May 20th edition of the red-brand show where he along with multiple superstars were vying to become the first WWE 24/7 Champion.