Rolling Stone talks with Paul Heyman

Rolling Stone has an interesting interview with the one and only Paul Heyman to promote this Sunday’s Royal Rumble, discussing with the former ECW mastermind a variety of subjects.

When asked about his “Paul Heyman guys,” Heyman said that he has never walked out with someone he wasn’t trying to audition as a WrestleMania main eventer. With the author singling out Cesaro and Curtis Axel’s association with Heyman, he said that “sometimes the chemistry isn’t there.”

He admits that the bar was set pretty high with the chemistry that both he and Lesnar have and as well the relationship he had with CM Punk. “It would be very difficult to match that,” Heyman acknowledges.

Heyman said that looking back on WWE 20 years from now, there are two newsworthy matches that WWE fans will remember forever – Lesnar conquering the streak at WrestleMania versus The Undertaker and the SummerSlam match against John Cena where Lesnar regained the title in an unprecedented fashion.

“I don’t think anything else, from a historical perspective, can hold water to those two,” he said.

Perhaps the most interesting quote of the whole story was how he views Seth Rollins, the current Money In The Bank holder. “The single best in-ring performer in the world today. Undisputed.”

The whole article is at http://rol.st/1yyj0b1.

Colin Vassallo
Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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!

Stories you might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you


Third year in a row that Elimination Chamber won’t take place in the United States

For the third year in a row, Elimination Chamber is going outside the United States with WWE announcing that...

NXT rating for 09/19/2023

NXT drew 824,000 viewers this, keeping the momentum from last week despite the show drawing 26,000 viewers less than...

WWE still shopping around for a new home for Raw and NXT

Monday Night Raw and NXT are currently "homeless" as the new $1.4 billion deal for Smackdown on USA Network...