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    Posted: 09/November/2005 at 13:18

i want know peoples opinions on mr heyman.

apparently steph mcmahon has been pushing for heymans contract to not get a renual (cant spell it). WTF is she thinking!? shes no talent - heyman is a genius, he built a company, steph has nice fakies but thats it! no talent & no skill & no f'n idea whats she'd be doing by letting heyman go. hes a hero of mine for saying what he did at 1 night stand & for ALWAYS giving ECW talent the respect & incouragement they deserve (1 example:- Rhino, how great is pauls "GORE GORE GORE!!!").

long live heyman, come to england paul, we'd appreciate you!!

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Quote While WWE will undoubtedly offer a renewal deal to prevent Paul Heyman from jumping to TNA when his contract expires, many believe the company will not match his present $250,000 salary.

Heyman, presently the lead booker in OVW, does seem to have post-WWE plans in place. In addition to showing interest in writing movie scripts, he has been telling friends that he has some sort of crossover idea involving MMA that could spark another ECW-like revolution of the pro wrestling industry.

if paul heyman ends up in tna then it will be as big as any of the wrestlers there. the guy is a genius who should have a bigger part on tv. i heard of some guy kissing stephs ass in creative meetings because he knows how much steph hates heyman and he was after browny points. i reckon from how hes doing in OVW that he knows more about wrestling and what the fans want then the mcmahons.

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admin is right paul e is a genius and hes done wonders with ovw dispite losing some top prospects to call ups and all but then again deep south is getting good reviews maybe its down 2 the work effort to?
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Quote At the end of this year it is expected that Paul Heyman's contract with WWE would be expiring. TNA has expressed some interest in interviewing Heyman for a job with the company. Some state that Heyman making the move to TNA would be a great fit to the company.

When Heyman was in charge of ECW, Heyman was in charge of day-to-day business aspects of the company and booking shows. If he was to be apart of TNA he would be able to help with the creative process along with a strong financial backing. Also monthly pay per view events would be a positive situation with the increase of a stronger audience on Spike TV.

Don't be surprised if Heyman does decide to stay in the WWE though to prevent "jumping to the competition" so to speak.

i hardly see tna has competition "yet". heyman if offered a contract with wwe will accept it. hes always been a "me" man so will want to stay with the biggest company if possible. and it looks like hes enjoying his ovw job too so wouldnt wanna leave it. heyman couldnt help tna anyway. heyman is about storylines and extreme things. tna doesnt do anything extreme except for monsters ball which aint much.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The Phylth Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24/November/2005 at 07:52

u hardly see TNA as competition? no offence mate but TNA has only been going a couple of years & its already taking fans away from wwe, im 1 of them, for a company like wwe whos been around alot longer & should know better, TNA's been doing a fine job of catching up.

heyman if he went to TNA i think would be a good thing, im a fan of heyman & his work so i think if he was there then he would be doing sumet right.

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i agree, tht slowly and steadily the TNA is growing to be competetion, i hated to watch it till few months ago, but every since my fav tag team went there (dudley, team 3d...) i started seeing it, and though it gets very boring at times still i have started watching it when i got nothing else to do...

and ever since christian going there, and rumours of y2j ending up there, i guess tna could earn many more viewers, and if paul heyman also jumps to there, then many fans will definetely switch to tna, in hope of seeing another ECW kinda revolution....


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What was @HeymanHustle like to work with in 2001? Same as always....unpredictable, cerebral, caustic, talented and it was always an adventure. Paul Heyman understood the business throughly and never played the role of a broadcasting antagonist. Paul was always being himself and was very good at his craft. I also think that he is through with pro wrestling. BTW, Brock Lesnar's book, 'Death Clutch,' co-written with Paul Heyman is available NOW. I can't wait to read it.


I used 2 love Heyman on commentary. He is just such a fucking wrestling genious that everything he says is gold! Well ... maybe not everything lmao ..

Heyman is definitly one of the best wrestling has ever seen from a mindframe POV, but let's remember what happened to ECW ...
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Quote One person close to the situation notes that CM Punk mentioning Colt Cabana, Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar during his promo on Monday's RAW has to do with all three of those stars possibly coming back to WWE.

Apparently Punk recently asked for his friend Colt Cabana to be re-hired and put on the main roster, as one of the points in Punk's new deal if he should re-sign. Regarding Punk staying or going, WWE creative has been told that he's finishing up at Money in the Bank and most feel that he is still leaving, despite Monday's promo. WWE still does have an offer on the table to Punk for him to stay.

Heyman and Lesnar have reportedly either made a deal or are at least in very serious negotiations to have a business relationship with WWE. Regarding Lesnar, word is that he won't be wrestling and won't be a TV character, should he have a business relationship with WWE again. Heyman would start working with the company again under a deal similar to Lesnar, according to the report by the Wrestling Observer.
 
OK.  First, I'm not sure that VKM would rehire Colt Cabana.  And if he did wouldn't he make Colt go back to the Scotty Goldman gimmick?
 
We all know the Lesnar and WWE have been trying to find some sort of way to work together.  Lesnar's health problems now cast a big shadow over his MMA career.  So it would make sense that Lesnar would want to make any sort of business deal he can... he's got to find a way to support himself and his family.  Especially if his MMA days are over.
 
Heyman seems pretty much done with wrestling now.  He's doing some promotional work with UFC.  He's clearly more emotional invested in the world of MMA now.  But he's got a book coming out soon... and WWE would be a good way from him to promote that.   
But... Vince is said to still harbor resentment against Paul Heyman.  Heyman's name isn't supposed to even be mentioned in creative meetings.  However... McMahon would love to insure that TNA couldn't attempt to lure in Heyman and having even a business deal would block that from happening.
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Quote Regarding the reports of Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman working with WWE in some capacity again soon, it's said that it will be something of a mutual project with WWE on one side, Heyman-Lesnar on the other side and some sort of middle man or conduit between the two. As noted before, Heyman and Lesnar are not in talks to return to WWE TV or any kind of storylines.

Partial source: PWInsider

Glad it's been explained as a lot of fans were jumping the gun and thinking we would see Heyman back on screen.
 
It's possible this small bit of news could lead to something bigger, but if it does it won't be anytime soon.
 
Depends if Punk monday night was a return to the gritty stuff Heyman would want to be around, or a one off.
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Perhaps a dvd on Brock Lesnar's WWE career.....
 
His time in the E was brief, but he had enough memorable moments and matches to produce a decent 2 disc set at least.
 
WWE could give Brock the documentary treatment by examining his amateur roots, up to his WWE debut and monster push, to his WWE-title reigns and run as a established headliner, to his calamity of a match with Goldberg, to his departure and failed Football try-outs to his current MMA career.
 
If Heyman and Brock are to be a a part of this and give interviews etc should be a very good release.
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