Two of the most important characters of this Road to Wrestlemania but also of the last year's edition, are certainly Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, respectively WWE Champion of Monday Night Raw and the manager/personal advisor of the Universal Champion of Friday Night Smackdown, Roman Reigns.
In recent months, Heyman and Lesnar, together with the champion of the blue show, have been fundamental in building the most important storyline of the Showcase of the Immortals, with the final battle between the WWE Beast and the Tribal Chief that will be valid even for both of the company's world titles, as never before at Wrestlemania.
In the last 20 years, Heyman has always been at the side of his client, Brock Lesnar, except for very few situations and this is one of those, with the Mad Genius who preferred to betray Lesnar, remaining allied to Reigns and his Bloodline.
Paul Heyman on Brock Lesnar
In his latest interview, Paul Heyman wanted to talk about the comic and ironic character that the WWE Champion would have sported in recent weeks, with many fans who are in fact wondering why in almost 20 years of activity, Brock Lesnar has never made this side known.
of himself. Speaking precisely about the microphones of The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, Heyman said: "Brock Lesnar has a tremendous sense of humor. Lesnar simply never had the opportunity and time to show it on the WWE screens.
He showed some of it when he was in the UFC and that's just part of his personality; this is what is on his farm. This is what it is when Brock hunts. This is the plainclothes Brock and up until now, that plainclothes Brock was going into the 'Fighting Brock' version because obviously, he had to show different sides of his personality because he was stuck in Roman Reigns' ribs.
He didn't need to do that. It wasn't time yet. It's the same reason you didn't see the Tribal Chief in 2012. You should have seen the Shield's Badass. You had to see the Big Dog and you had to wait for him to rise and grow, until the final upgrade, Roman Reigns was ready to reveal himself as The Head of the Table.
This is a part of Brock Lesnar's personality. Brock Lesnar is not a one-dimensional human being, like all human beings on the other hand. He is a beast." Brock Lesnar will put the WWE Championship on the line in a title unification match against Universal Champion Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 38.
In "the greatest WrestleMania match ever," the two titans will collide to determine the Undisputed WWE Champion.