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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote #Heel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/May/2012 at 21:55
its great for brock not only does heyman attract heat second to only vickie guerrero but he is also a great mouthpiece for some one who struggles on the mic like lesnar.

Really looking forward to seeing more of heyman and also the 2 of them together
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My dream is for Heyman to be GM for Raw & Smackdown


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote John The Baptist Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/May/2012 at 12:02
Originally posted by DangerZone DangerZone wrote:

My dream is for Heyman to be GM for Raw & Smackdown




My dream is for him to fuck off away from wrestling and for everyone to stop thinking he's the second coming of God.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Fletch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/May/2012 at 14:15
Originally posted by John The Baptist John The Baptist wrote:

Originally posted by DangerZone DangerZone wrote:

My dream is for Heyman to be GM for Raw & Smackdown




My dream is for him to fuck off away from wrestling and for everyone to stop thinking he's the second coming of God.


Mate I get that alot of people talk about Heyman like he's some sort of wrestling messiah, I've been guilty of it at times, but it can't be denied he's a decent on-screen character who knows how to draw heel heat.

Quote Here is the latest on Paul Heyman and WWE:

* He will be appearing semi-regularly through at least SummerSlam.

* The idea is to have a reenactment of the actual legal battle the two sides (Lesnar and WWE) had years ago. This would see Lesnar sue for breach of contract, which would include all sorts of viral campaigns to get the storyline over to the masses as a legitimate issue.

* The deal came together over the last week, as the original plan for Lesnar in the company did NOT include Heyman. He is not expected on the road full-time for the company and is only expected to be involved in the Lesnar angle and not in WWE creative.

* One reason Heyman returned was to work with Lesnar, but also to potentially work with CM Punk down the line. The two have shown a lot of mutual respect for one another over the years, but have never got the chance to work together on camera. Punk knew Heyman was coming to RAW as he teased all day about knowing something and there being a surprise on the show. He even tweeted a photo of Heyman backstage about three minutes before he came to the ring.

* As previously reported, the word is that Lesnar will be facing Triple H at SummerSlam. Heyman will be on TV to speak for Lesnar as a way to play up the angle that Lesnar "quit." This will also allow them to do angles with Lesnar without burning through too many of his contracted dates.

* The younger members of the company's roster warmly greeted Heyman last night since so many of them know him from WWE developmental when they were there. The others only knew of Heyman through his reputation running ECW and working for WWE.


All this trouble WWE are going to just to make storyline sense of why Brock Lesnar can't appear on Raw every week, Brock must have been very stubbornly adamant that he was not prepared to work more than a couple of dates per month under any circumstances, otherwise you have to think WWE would have just offered more cash to get at least five dates a month out of him so he could appear on almost every Raw and every PPV.

Using Heyman is a good way of keeping Lesnar's presence alive without him actually having to be there though, the ''quitting'' angle could well go on for a while with Lesnar refusing to return while WWE insist he is in breach of contract or something along those lines, no doubt it's all geared to result in a Triple H vs Brock Lesnar match, I hope we don't have to wait until Summerslam to see it though, No Way Out in a cage would be the perfect setting.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/May/2012 at 14:30
Interesting, but it what way could they really use Heyman alongside Punk? Yes Punk will be a heel for anything like that to happen, but really what could Paul E add to Punk's character?

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http://www.wwe.com/videos/matt-striker-interviews-paul-heyman-during-the-commercial-break-of-raw-26052763

I still think Heyman is wasted with Punk and would be better used with someone lower down the card who needs both the rub and a mouthpiece.

What's betting if Lesnar leaves at the end of his contract that Heyman goes as well?

I can't imagine E would keep Heyman without Brock as they seemingly only brought him back for Brock anyway as a favour.
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Quote Paul Heyman posted an article listing the top 10 "Heyman Guys."

Check out the list below:

* CM Punk
* Brock Lesnar
* Big Show
* Steve Austin
* The Public Enemy
* Bam Bam Bigelow
* Mick Foley
* Rey Mysterio
* Rick Rude
* Joey Styles




So much fail.

No idea what business Heyman had with Rey apart from a cup of coffee in ECW.

Ditto Rick Rude.

No Tommy Dreamer? Fuck off.
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http://www.wwe.com/videos/paul-heyman-announces-cm-punk-will-be-back-next-week-on-raw-raw-april-8-2013-26106374

Josh Matthews stole the segment with his sarcastic remark about Wrestlemania not being a good night for Paul Heyman guys.

Heyman tried to paper over it but fact of the matter is only wins matter and both his guys were booked as losers.

With neither Brock or Punk on Raw they may as well have let Heyman have a week off instead of having him at Raw for a needless short promo.
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Now that Paul Heyman is managing/advocating for both Cesaro and Brock Lesnar, I would like to see him branch out and secure more talent to expand his growing list of clients. Basically, similar to that of when Bobby Hennan had his Hennan Family. Heyman could build up a faction like he did in WCW with his Dangerous Alliance. 

I know they kind of tried to do it in the summer of 2013 when Heyman aligned himself with Curtis Axel and Ryback, which ultimately would be a complete flop despite Axel's lengthy Intercontinental Championship run. Instead of taking on (for lack of a better term) established talent or more specifically, talent that has been given several chances to get over but failed to do so, they need to bring up some prospects from NXT and that he can build from the ground up. Guys like Corey Graves, Sami Zyan and even Adrian Neville could benefit from being put with Heyman.





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  • johnt Asks: I'd like your opinion the minimal amount of involvement Paul Heyman had at Night of Champions, and then a complete lack of appearance on RAW. This to me seems foolish to take your best talker and best bad guy and not even bother using him. If a guy like that, is there, and ready to work, why would anyone in their right mind not use him? Or perhaps that's my answer. WWE no longer is in their right mind.
    J.R.'s Answer:

    I don't know the circumstances but I also found it to be a head scratcher to say the least. 



I disagree with both of them as i'm a long time believer of the saying 'less is more'.

At times it's overkill with Heyman repeating the same old shit on the mic time and time again.

I actually enjoyed watching a few shows with little of him. Plus it makes next time he speaks (probably next monday) mean more.
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