What is Logan Paul's Networth?
Tai Lopez Published Sep 03, 2022
American boxer, internet sensation, and actor Logan Paul has amassed over a million subscribers to his YouTube channel. In terms of wealth, Logan Paul is $45 million richer. Currently, Logan Paul's YouTube channel boasts over 23 million subscribers. He has, on multiple occasions, ranked among the highest-paid YouTube stars in the world. 

In addition to his YouTube channel, he also manages the highly successful Maverick Apparel retail firm. Maverick made almost $40 million in revenue in its first nine months of business. 

Since the beginning of November 2018, he's been the voice behind the Impaulsive podcast. Both Logan and his younger brother Jake have made the transition to professional boxing in recent years. 

In the Beginning 

Born on April 1st, 1995, in Westlake, Ohio, Logan Alexander Paul is a member of the Millennial generation. His sibling, Jake Paul, is likewise famous on the Internet. When Logan was just 10 years old, he created the YouTube account Zoosh and began uploading his own original films. 

In 2012, while playing football for Westlake High School, he was named to the All-Star team as a linebacker. He went on to Ohio University to study engineering and was a state champion wrestler while there. He grew from having 900 followers across all social media platforms in 2013 to having 1.5 million in 2014. He gained a lot of notoriety on the video sharing website Vine. In 2014, he left Ohio University, where he was a student, and relocated to Los Angeles. 


His work from Vine was compiled into a video and uploaded on YouTube. More than four million people saw the video in its first week online back in April of 2014. Within a short time, he amassed 4 million Vine followers and was commissioned to make commercial films for HBO, Pepsi, and Virgin Mobile. In 2015, he made hundreds of thousands of dollars from each of his Vine videos, placing him in the top 10 of the platform's most influential users. With the demise of Vine, Paul took his show elsewhere, namely YouTube. 

This day in age, Logan's videos have been seen about 5 billion times. As of this writing, he has over 20 million subscribers on YouTube, over 16 million followers on Instagram, and over 15 million admirers on Facebook. 

Debate Over a 'Suicide Forest' 

On December 31, 2017, Paul published a video to his YouTube page that he had shot in Aokigahara, Japan, at the foot of Mount Fuji. Many people have gone to this area to end their lives, therefore the locals have given it the nickname "suicide forest." The footage Paul shot featured a body dangling from a tree. Within the first 24 hours after being uploaded, the video received 6.3 million views. The YouTube channel of one Paul has been the subject of numerous internet petitions demanding his removal. On January 1, 2018, Paul deleted the video from his YouTube page and apologized in a tweet. In a statement posted on their Twitter on January 9, YouTube voiced their disapproval of Paul's video. YouTube said on January 10 that it was de-listing Paul's channels from the Google Preferred ad program. The YouTube Red series "Foursome" also dismissed Paul. Paul then gave a million dollars to organizations working to reduce suicide rates. 

Various Other Debates 

Due to Paul's "habit of activity," YouTube removed ads from his channels at the beginning of February 2018. Paul's participation in the Tide Pod challenge, his "jokingly giving it CPR" with a taser pistol on two dead rats, and other similar videos have all been flagged as "not safe for work" by YouTube. Paul did not earn anything from ad income on his site throughout that time. Two weeks after that, YouTube started displaying adverts on his channel again. However, his channel and its material were ineligible to display on the trending tab on YouTube for the duration of his 90-day probation. 
Then, on a podcast segment in January of this year, Paul stated, "Which begs the question: is it men-only March? We're going to try being out gay for a whole month." Paul's comments drew tremendous backlash from many who claimed he implied homosexuality is a lifestyle choice. 

Tournaments of KSI Boxing 

It's common knowledge that YouTubers Logan Paul and KSI are bitter rivals. A pay-per-view boxing battle between KSI and Logan took place on August 25, 2018, and it was billed as "the biggest internet event in history." On November 9, 2019, in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, there was a rematch between the two teams. A total of 2.25 million people saw the first fight in real time, with 1 million paying to see it on pay-per-view and an additional 1.2 million watching it illegally via Twitch broadcasts. Over the course of the event, over $13 million was made from the 1.3 million PPV purchases. All other sources of income, such as merchandise, suggest that Logan and KSI each made roughly $2 million before taxes from the event. For the rematch, they were each promised at least $900,000 in guaranteed funds. When you add together their earnings from the second fight, which was televised by boxing streaming service DAZN USA, you can safely assume that they were well over $3 million. 

Private Matters 

Paul, Mark Dohner, and Evan Eckenrode shared a Hollywood, California, apartment in the fall of 2015 with social media stars including Juanpa Zurita, Amanda Cerny, and Andrew Bachelor. Due to their close proximity, the members of the group frequently worked together to create content for their various online platforms. 

In the fall of 2017, Paul settled onto a sprawling mansion in Encino. 

In July of 2018, Paul and Chloe Bennet, an actress, announced they were dating. It was rumored that they had been seeing each other for a whole year before they finally admitted it. In September of the same year, they officially ended their relationship. 

It's red and green that Paul can't see. 

By May of 2020, Logan Paul had publicly acknowledged his relationship with Josie Canseco, a model and the daughter of baseball great Jose Canseco. A video titled "I Bought My Girlfriend a Horse" appeared on his channel in June of 2020. After a little disagreement between the two, he decided to make amends by gifting Josie, an avid equestrian, with her very own horse. Paul tells his girlfriend in the video that he bought both of their horses, which they ride together in the clip. In his words: "100% yours. If things end between us, they are still yours to retain." 

Bonuses and Perks 

Logan brought in $12.5 million last year. He earned $12 million last year. Earning $14.5 million in 2018, he set a new record. He made $10 million in earnings this year. 

Actual Property 

Logan Paul occupied this mansion in Encino, a suburb of Los Angeles, for a considerable amount of time: 

Video : “You Tube” 

He paid $6.55 million in October 2017 to become the proud owner of the mansion. A few months before, it had been advertised for $8.5 million. The house is almost 30,000 square feet in size and has 14 separate rooms. In April of 2022, Logan closed on the sale of the $7.4 million property. It was Machine Gun Kelly who made the purchase. 

For the past few years, Logan has made Puerto Rico his permanent home, renting a $13 million mansion in the exclusive Ritz-Carlton neighborhood. 

Logan purchased the 80-acre Fobes Ranch in the San Jacinto Mountains, about two hours east of downtown Los Angeles, for $1 million in 2019. Timothy Leary, a Harvard professor who later produced LSD, lived at Fobes Ranch in the 1960s. Along with a crew of surfers from Laguna Beach who named themselves the "Brotherhood of Eternal Love," Leary made LSD at the compound. 

Boxing Match Featuring Floyd Mayweather 

A professional boxing battle between Logan and Floyd Mayweather took place on June 6, 2021. According to reports, Logan was able to negotiate an agreement that would see him earn $250,000 annually in addition to 10% of Pay Per View earnings. Reportedly, Mayweather was promised $10 million just for showing there, on top of a massive 50% cut of the PPV earnings. 

Logan predicted a minimum of $20 million in earnings from the bout. Floyd predicted a salary of more than $50 million. 

More than a million people actually paid to see the battle. So, it looks like Floyd made roughly $35 million and Logan made around $5.25 million.