It is being reported that Paul Heyman signed a new deal – or an extension – to his original contract when he showed up as Brock Lesnar’s legal adviser a couple of months ago following the attack on Triple H.
On Twitter, Heyman refused to say what would happen to him after the SummerSlam pay-per-view and told fans to just enjoy it, saying his return was even a surprise to him because he didn’t see himself being back on WWE television.
As you know already, the former ECW mastermind returned to RAW on Monday, driving the car that left the arena with CM Punk in it after he attacked John Cena backstage.
Heyman is a big supporter of CM Punk and never kept it a secret, usually using Twitter as the means to voice his opinion on the WWE champion.
This is not the first time that the two worked with each other as Heyman was there when Punk started on WWE’s version of ECW and Heyman was already a big fan of his back then.