Gable Steveson signed his first WWE contract shortly after his triumph at the Tokyo Olympics. His name has been circulating in the wrestling world for several months, also because Gable has already had the opportunity to train with a sacred monster of the caliber of Brock Lesnar.
It is believed that he has all the credentials to become one of the symbols of the company in the coming years. In a recent interview with TMZ, Paul Heyman was asked what to expect from Steveson right now. It will be interesting to see the impact the 21-year-old will have on the WWE Universe, which he recently cheered on the great returns of Becky Lynch and former Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.
Paul Heyman on Gable Steveson
“No one is able to know for sure how he will fare in WWE. Gable Steveson is definitely not at the level of a Ronda Rousey or a Brock Lesnar, this must be made clear. I hope that he knows how to listen to the right advice and that he can do well in this business,” said Paul Heyman.
Ronda Rousey made her Royal Rumble 2018 debut and reached the pinnacle of her success at WrestleMania 34. Rousey teamed up with WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle to beat Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in the most prestigious event of the year.
'The Baddest Woman On The Planet' she subsequently defeated Alexa Bliss at SummerSlam 2018 to take the women's title on Raw for the first time. She kept her belt until WrestleMania 35, where she wrote a page in wrestling history alongside Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.
It was in fact the first all-female main event in the history of the 'Showcase of the Immortals' Ronda has decided to take a break from wrestling to spend more time with her family. Despite the countless rumors about her, it is still unclear whether we will ever see her again in the WWE ring.
She would be a wonderful surprise for fans after a very complicated year and a half. Being a 'Paul Heyman Guy' can elevate a superstar on-screen and take them to a whole new level. This status often guarantees multiple championships and high profile matches.
However, the man to reap the most benefits from this management is Brock Lesnar. Lesnar, who has been under the wing of Heyman since 2002, has won eight world championships and headlined WrestleMania. Lesnar even ended The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak under Heyman's counsel.