Paul Heyman is the silver tongue manager of former WWE and UFC Champion Brock Lesnar who this Sunday at Wresltemania XXX challenged the Undertaker for the proverbial white whale of WWE, the Deadman’s 21-0 undefeated streak at the ‘show of shows’. Heyman has been a critical part of the path of his beastly Lesnar and the legendary Undertaker’s path to Wrestlemania, and in an interview yesterday with thisinfamous.com he gave his ringside insight on the big fight Sunday at the Superdome in New Orleans.
When asked how WM30 should end this Sunday, Heyman arrogantly inserted his client Brock Lesnar into a completely different scene he is not currently set to be in.
"With Brock Lesnar dragging Daniel Bryan, Triple H, Randy Orton or Dave Batista back out of their celebration, out to the ring, and pinning them on top of the already vanquished Undertaker and leaving Wrestlemania 30 not only as the man who broke the streak but the man who leaves as the Undisputed WWE World Heavyweight Champion. But that's just my vision. I don't know if it's shared by others." - Paul Heyman
Of course, Heyman also managed another talked-about wrestling talent in CM Punk who came close to upsetting the Undertaker last year at Wrestlemania 29 in New Jersey. Punk has been missing from WWE since the end of January, after he walked out on the company the night after the Royal Rumble after lasting almost an hour in the big 30 man main event. The former WWE Champion’s whereabouts are still the daily talking point of many wrestling fans to this day, and his WWE future is even a bigger question that fans are looking to see answered.
"You know, there were only three people in the room that night, and that was CM Punk, Vince McMahon and Triple H, and none of the three have talked about it. So whether CM Punk will ever or won't ever appear in WWE again is truly only known by the three people that were in the room on that given evening. Anything else that is stated about it is merely speculation."
Pro Wrestling Examiner’s Perspective: Heyman’s WM30 prediction is ludacris but would expect anything less from the man who has his ‘Heyman Guy’ in a prime position in front of 60,000 plus and millions watching around the world. The ECW mastermind’s thoughts on the CM Punk situation is following the latest news on the Chicago-based wrestling star, but it is logical considering the circumstances. This Examiner is looking forward to seeing Heyman’s greasy faced mug make the most entertaining and pained expressions at ringside when Lesnar clashes with the Undertaker.