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Paul Heyman interrupts Roman Reigns on ESPN’s SportsCenter

Continuing their angle away from WWE television, Paul Heyman interrupted Roman Reigns during his appearance on ESPN’s SportsNation.

Reigns was being interviewed by Michelle Beadle and just before Reigns was going to show how hard he can punch on a boxing machine, Brock Lesnar’s theme kicked in and out came the advocate for the WWE World Heavyweight champion.

“I’m a great admirer of your work, sir,” Heyman told Reigns as he shook his hand. Heyman then introduced himself as Beadle lip synced along.

“Punching bags don’t hit back, Brock Lesnar hits back,” Heyman said as all three stood in front of the machine. Then Heyman told Beadle that Reigns is a WrestleMania main event and she is dressed inappropriately. Beadle, who is a huge WWE fan, pointed out that she was wearing The Shield t-shirt but then Heyman got a “I’m A Paul Heyman Girl” t-shirt from his pocket and presented it to Beadle. “Now you’re dressed appropriately,” Heyman concluded, as he put his shirt on her shoulder.

Heyman then left the stage as he shook hands with Reigns again, wishing him luck for Sunday. You can see the segment below.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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