Paul Heyman's WWE journey: From Brock Lesnar to Roman Reigns

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Paul Heyman's WWE journey: From Brock Lesnar to Roman Reigns

Two of the Friday Night Smackdown protagonists who have had the most weight in the construction of the blue show in the last months were undoubtedly the Tribal Chief of the company, Roman Reigns and his mentor and personal advisor, Paul Heyman.

After leaving the side of Brock Lesnar, released by WWE after the expiration of his contract by mutual agreement with the wrestler, Paul Heyman was left without an on-screen role with the company, so Vince McMahon and associates have seen fit to joining Heyman with the company's Universal champion.

Their partnership has led to huge victories for the head of the Smackdown family, with the help of cousins ​​Jimmy and Jey Uso who has been fundamental in the defenses so far, with the aforementioned matches that have always seen Reigns triumph and probably would have seen him anyway.

win, even without the help of his cousins, for the great desire of WWE to build his character.

Paul Heyman was on Brock Lesnar's side at the time

In recent months, there has been nothing but talk of what could happen once he returns to the scene with WWE Brock Lesnar, given that Paul Heyman in recent years has always been alongside the WWE Beast and has been so since his debut in the early 2000s.

Heyman is in fact the missing part of Lesnar, as at the microphone the biggest gaps of the powerful wrestler are covered by the incredible oratory talent of the former ECW manager. Many of the fans of the WWE Universe and the insiders are certain that sooner or later Lesnar will return and in doing so he will not be able to help but go and attack that Tribal Chief of Smackdown who is now winning and convincing against anyone, from the legendary Hall of Famer to the future levers of the blue show.

If one looks at Paul Heyman's past exploits in WWE, it's as clear as day that he isn't a trustworthy person. Heyman betrayed Brock Lesnar himself at Survivor Series 2002 and helped Big Show defeat him for the WWE title.

Years later, in 2013, Heyman turned on his client, CM Punk at the Money In The Bank event. Lesnar then targeted Punk and defeated him at SummerSlam 2013 thanks to some crucial interference from Heyman.