Two of the most important characters of the last two years of WWE but also of the last decades of the company have certainly been Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, respectively former WWE Champion of Monday Night Raw and the manager/personal adviser of the Undisputed WWE 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 to building the most important storyline of the Showcase of the Immortals and what has ensued, with the final battle between the Beast of the WWE and the Tribal Chief which will be valid once again for both world titles of the company, as never happened before at SummerSlam.
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, carrying on a storyline worthy of the best face of the company ever, at levels never reached by titans like Hulk Hogan or John Cena.
The latest news on Paul Heyman
In his latest online speech, the former writer of the McMahon-owned company, as well as an important Hollywood actor, Freddie Prinze Jr, wanted to break a lance against the great talent of the WWE Mad Genius, Paul Heyman, with the adviser of the Bloodline who would have been nominated by the former WWE writer to enter the company's Ark of Glory directly, in the 40th edition of Wrestlemania.
As revealed just a few days ago, Wrestlemania 40 will air from Philadelphia, home of the now defunct ECW, a company that was managed by Heyman in the late 90s and that made Heyman and several other talents such as Tommy Dreamer, RVD famous.
, Sabu, Taz and many others. In his speech, Prinze Jr in fact stated: "Paul Heyman inducing Paul Heyman into WWE Hall of Fame in Philly! That would be perfect!". Well, what to say, it would be one of the most epic introductions in WWE Hall of Fame history, for one of the best speakers ever in world pro-wrestling history, who we are lucky enough to see still in the ring of the number one company in the world.
WWE legend Road Dogg has revealed that Paul Heyman told Vince McMahon to push Montez Ford. "Look, Montez Ford is a guy right now that is in the conversation about, 'Holy Mackerel!' Look, Paul Heyman had that conversation with Vince McMahon while I sat in the room about five years ago.
I mean, pitched him hard. We all knew Montez, but Montez was new, you know what I mean? But Paul saw it. He saw this is, this is coming, you know what I mean?" said Road Dogg.