Paul Heyman celebrates two WWE-released superstars



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Paul Heyman celebrates two WWE-released superstars

In the last couple of years, the WWE has, on several occasions, surprised its fans and also the insiders by releasing superstars who are also very important in the company. Over the years they have surprised farewells of former champions such as Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt The Fiend but not only as the WWE has often released very important promises from the world of wrestling as well.

Two of the wrestlers in question are Buddy Matthews and Malakai Black, known in the WWE for their experience as Buddy Murphy and Aleister Black respectively. The former is showing off in NJPW while Malakai Black is achieving major successes in All Elite Wrestling.

The two recently rekindled their rivalry with WWE in the WrestleCade 2021 Revenge Main Event. One of the biggest supporters of these two wrestlers was WWE Mad Genius Paul Heyman, current adviser to Roman Reigns and always very attentive to the most interesting promises in the world of wrestling.

Paul Heyman has long been a big supporter of Murphy and Black and the Mad Genius had an interesting and pleasant exchange with the famous manager.

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In fact, in a tweet Murphy quoted Paul Heyman stating that 'Paul Heyman would have been proud' and the response of the current director of Roman Reigns was not long in coming: Heyman made it clear that no advertising and federation limits would ever stop his admiration for those who deserve it.

Here are his words: "The great talents will always find a way to show their skills, I am actually quite proud and I have never let promotional boundaries limit this and those who want to enjoy my esteem." Paul Heyman was the executive director of Raw in the summer of 2019 and at that time had a great say in the choices of the WWE and at that time Heyman gave a lot of space to both Aleister Black and Buddy Matthews, a star at that time in the company.

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, Aleister Black and Buddy Matthews were two of Heyman's guys who were given ample screen time. While Buddy went on to become RAW Tag Team Champion alongside Seth Rollins, Heyman wanted Black to wrestle and defeat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36. The reign of Heyman saw the rise of many younger, athletic superstars who started getting more screen time.