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Quote If Brock Lesnar does leave WWE for UFC, Paul Heyman's situation with the company becomes uncertain as he would have no purpose to be on TV. WWE could put him with another wrestler, but it's not a given that Heyman wants to work and be on TV every week which is why the situation with Lesnar was a perfect fit for him.

-- There's been talk of pairing Ronda Rousey up with Heyman, but as has been noted before, it remains to be seen if creatively, WWE wants him mixing it up with Stephanie McMahon as that is a situation they have kept him away from in the past.

-- With the Rousey/Stephanie program supposed to be a modern day version of Stone Cold vs. Mr. McMahon, the face is likely going to be getting the better of the heel for much of its duration. Heyman's role giving long promos would not only take the spotlight away from Rousey, but it would make him look "smarter" than the McMahons, which is unlikely to happen.

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If Lesnar leaves and Heyman doesn't want to be on TV every week managing someone else, I would let him go.
 
If he sticks around he shouldn't be a limelight stealer like when he was paired with already over people like Punk and Brock, so I wouldn't put him with Rousey who's already main event.
 
Would be good to see him prove he can take a lowcard or midcard talent and make them a money making machine as their mouthpiece to main event and championship winning stardom.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/March/2018 at 19:51
I'd still like to see a legit manager or two around because I like the concept. But I suppose if they wanted they could use Paul Ellering instead.

I would love to see a new manager. Zelina Vega might be such a person. I love that she is taking credit for Andrade Cien Almas' success. As long as she doesn't return to wrestling or become arm candy she could also be great.

Heyman is one of the best of all time, but everyone is replaceable.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

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I would love to see a new manager. Zelina Vega might be such a person. I love that she is taking credit for Andrade Cien Almas' success. As long as she doesn't return to wrestling or become arm candy she could also be great.
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Vega is phenomenal in the managerial role but she is also super talented in the ring.

She can take the Heyman thing to the next level in my opinion as she has the ability to become physically involved in matches and not just in the form of the standard referee distraction techniques that we get.

She is every bit Heymans equal on the mic and her attitude is perfectly suited to the role heyman currently adopts now.

For me, yes Heyman is fantastic but his promo style and promo content are pretty much the same week in week out now and he has more buzzwords or catchphrases than John Cena
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Quote Not only has Brock Lesnar re-signed with WWE, it appears his advocate has as well.

PWInsider.com and F4WOnline.com are reporting that Paul Heyman has signed a new contract with WWE.

After leaving WWE back in 2006, Heyman returned to the company in April of 2012 with Lesnar, before moving on to manage other guys like CM Punk before returning back to the Lesnar advocate role.

There aren't a lot of specific details to report regarding Paul Heyman re-signing with WWE at this time. As soon as any additional information surfaces, we will update you.

Very vague but not a shock. Brock signed so he would. If Brock had left I reckon he would have too.
 
It will be for however many years Brock has got, but for more dates so he can forward his storylines with solo appearances.
 
I don't mind him but he does get stale doing the same old routine, with the same guy.
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So word has it that Paul Heyman is now back writing, at least for this last week's episode of Raw (July 9th) and possibly into the foreseeable future as well. I wonder how that will go if true? Perhaps this is a part of Vince taking a step back to work on the XFL more? One can hope. Replacing Vince with Heyman to work with Triple H would be a huge boon to the overall product.
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Heyman has been fantastic the past couple weeks. He has definitely carried the Reigns Lesnar feud on his back as far as I'm concerned. The last two week story arch was actually entertaining, and it's all due to Heyman. It's a shame we are likely not going to be seeing much of him on TV after Lesnar leaves.
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