Paul Heyman is optimistic about the future of wrestling



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Paul Heyman is optimistic about the future of wrestling

Speaking to Richard Deitsch on the Sports Media podcast, Paul Heyman gave his explanation as to why he doesn't mind talking about AEW in interviews, although he feels WWE is still superior. He said, "I have no problem overthrowing AEW if AEW he does things worth oversubscribing.

I don't live in a bubble. I would also like to offer someone who wonders why they are so willing to knock out the competition this... if you watch WrestleMania and look at the fact that over the course of these two days WWE has sold more tickets, and I have to call the two nights an event, we have sold more tickets to this event, this Wrestlemania, than any other event in WWE history.

Combining the two nights. With that in mind, and the show that this show is going to be, and you combine that with the worldwide publicity it's about to garner and the fact that the whole industry is focused on what's going to happen to Wrestlemania and then what comes out of Wrestlemania."

Paul Heyman is a top manager

Paul Heyman recently shared his views on the idea of managing Ronda Rousey. The 56-year-old retweeted a tweet by Sportskeeda Wrestling that highlighted one of his most recent quotes about the Baddest Woman on the Planet.

The caption of the post asked social media users if they wanted to see Heyman as Rousey's "manager" Without any hesitation, the Tribal Chief's advocate claimed that he was responsible for enhancing and propelling the role of a manager to a whole new level.

The manager then continued his speech by saying, “I would like to make the case that I could stand here and praise AEW all day, they can't match what we're about to do at WrestleMania. Until they are able to match what we do at WrestleMania, I don't bother to praise the competition because they are still a long way from what we do and our level of success and market dominance.

Should I watch the AEW? Of course I do, but I also look at everything else that's out there as well. If I could get my hands on Buenos Aires Championship wrestling, I'd watch it. If I could get my hands on Antarctica All-Star Wrestling, if there was such a thing, I'd watch it.

I look at anything that has to do with this industry." The legendary manager has stated that he's signed a long-term deal with WWE last year.