WWE News: Possible Spoiler on Paul Heyman's plans after WrestleMania 34
What's the story?
There has been much speculation with Brock Lesnar's status after WrestleMania. There has been just as much speculation about what his advocate will do, when Lesnar loses the Universal Championship to Roman Reigns.
According to a report on Wrestling Inc. (first reported by The Wrap), Heyman's next venture may not revolve around professional wrestling at all. In fact, he will serve as the executive producer of a web series across multiple platforms.
In case you didn't know...
Paul Heyman is one of the greatest managers of not just the modern era, but of almost any era. Even before he joined WWE, he managed huge names such as The Undertaker and Steve Austin in WCW.
While he's been most famously associated with Brock Lesnar for a while now, there is much speculation with whether or not Lesnar will remain with WWE when his contract finally expires.
The heart of the matter
So, we hear that Heyman and his agency are currently partnering with Roy Bank's Banca Studio, and they will be creating some interesting unscripted content after WrestleMania. This is what Heyman had to say about the same:
Against my strenuous objection, Roy Bank has decided our first collaborative project will be centered around me. I have come to the educated conclusion Roy has made this decision based on a desire when pitching from the networks that we learn how to deal with rejection.
The show is expected to air after WrestleMania. Heyman is not certain whether he will leave WWE or not, following WrestleMania 34. He described it as an unrelated possibility.
For now, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns will square off for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 34. It is widely believed that this is Reigns' time. The future is anyone's guess!
I personally think WWE can benefit immensely from Heyman's experience. He could stay back and really help Nakamura or Asuka.
Any industry that has a mind like him shall benefit immensely.
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