Paul Heyman recently found himself in turmoil after his former on-screen ‘client’ Brock Lesnar made a shocking return at SummerSlam and had a staredown with WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. Many have speculated that a match between Lesnar and Reigns could take place soon and this could mean Heyman has to choose a side. But, he has a solution to it.
Paul Heyman wants to manage both Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns
Heyman recently joined New York Post and was asked about his working experience with Brock Lesnar in the past as a full-fledged heel. The New York native was then asked about Lesnar’s views on portraying the role of a face.
Heyman then pitched an intriguing idea in response to the question and teased that Brock Lesnar could target a different champion than ‘The Tribal Chief’. This would allow him to manage both the heavyweights without any trouble.
Heyman said: “I don’t know if we end up in a situation where Brock Lesnar can’t go after a different championship other than Roman Reigns’ and he can have his advocate and Roman Reigns can have his special counsel.”
He added: “There’s a lot of decisions to be made and there’s a lot of scenarios that can play out and I dare suggest anyone who thinks that they have this figured out doesn’t have a clue as to the twists and turns that could and will come in the near future.”
Before managing Roman Reigns, Paul Heyman has been by the side of ‘The Beast Incarnate’. Heyman has been in the corner of Lesnar and also worked as the on-screen ‘advocate’, doing all the mic-work for the better part of his WWE career and has consistently delivered incredible performances.
Brock Lesnar is set to return to Super SmackDown which is scheduled to take place on Friday at the famous arena, Madison Square Garden, while it was also recently announced that Roman Reigns will defend his title against Finn Balor at Extreme Rules pay-per-view later this month.
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