5 WWE Superstars who could be a Paul Heyman Girl
Whether he swaps the squared circle for the octagon or if he decides to hang up his fighting gloves for good, it’s no secret that Brock Lesnar is expected to depart WWE when his contract runs out in 2018.
However, the future of his advocate, Paul Heyman, is far less certain. He is one of the best talkers on the mic in the history of WWE and the company will surely want to keep him around even after Lesnar leaves.
The former ECW owner has represented several Superstars other than Lesnar in recent years, including CM Punk, Ryback, Cesaro and Curtis Axel, but he is yet to work with a female performer in WWE.
With that in mind, we take a look at five people who could become Paul Heyman Girls in the not-too-distant future.
#5 Nia Jax
If there's such a thing as an equivalent to Brock Lesnar in either of WWE’s main-roster women’s divisions, it’s most definitely Nia Jax.
Ever since she debuted on NXT television in October 2015, The Rock’s cousin has dismantled almost everyone in her path – from Bayley and Sasha Banks to Alexa Bliss and Mickie James – and she will be among the favourites to win the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble.
It’s remarkable to think that the Raw Women’s Championship has changed hands 10 times since Nia joined the brand in July 2016, yet she still hasn’t held it and, including her time in NXT, she has never been a champion in WWE.
Her storylines in 2017 have been underwhelming, to say the least, and an alliance with Paul Heyman would help her fulfil her potential as the most dominant female Superstar of her generation.