WWE News: Paul Heyman apologizes for bad ‘Monday Night Raw’ promo
What did "The One Behind The One in 21-1" have to say?
Paul Heyman has been widely regarded as one of the top talkers in the business and is often considered, as the master in the art of promo telling. The fact that made his segment on this week’s edition of Monday Night RAW, hard to watch was the visual of the master struggling.
According to wrestlinginc.com, Heyman admitted that he wasn’t at the top of his game in the promo.
Heyman took a shot at his promo while tweeting an ESPN feature titled, "Paul Heyman defines the art of the wrestling promo”.You can see the tweet right here;
Heyman also thanked a fan who said that Heyman was still the best. Here, is what he tweeted;
Thank u for ur kind words, @EliasTheodorou. Never take the good pub too seriously. Never run from bad nights. Accountability = peace of mind— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) October 26, 2016
The reason, for the failure of the segment was the idea of portraying Brock Lesnar as a heel in his hometown. The segment turned out to be so miserable, that Vince apparently flipped out backstage and ordered for Lesnar’s music to be hit, which caused the segment to end abruptly. You can watch the entire segment right here;
Apparently, the WWE has edited the footage they put online, wherein, most of the “Goldberg Sucks” chants were either removed or the audio was altered.
Heyman has gifted us countless amazing promos and this one below is his finest work on the mic:
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