Paul Heyman is one of the most well-known and established names in the pro wrestling world. He is touted as one of the greatest minds to have ever been seen in the business. It seems he recently gave advice to young wrestlers in WWE as well.

Paul Heyman is certainly one of the best talkers on the microphone and has helped elevate many Superstars he has worked with over the years and that includes Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar and others.

Paul Heyman is well aware of the changing tides and how the current generation of WWE Superstars are different from previous eras. His vast knowledge of the business is always useful for younger talents as well.

While speaking to Ariel Helwani for BT Sport, Paul Heyman talked about WWE’s current generation of young Superstars. Heyman also gave some useful advice on how they can stand out and succeed in WWE.

“If I was a young guy in this industry, I wouldn’t even wait for the entry-level positions, I’d be pitching for the top. Put me in there and you know what, don’t fill the 7th match on the card with someone with tenure, put a new guy in there, put me in there and see if I sink or swim.

If I sink, I’ll just be another guy out the door and this one that doesn’t have any emotional connection with the audience that the other guy who just left or you had fired has had for years. I’ll be a new guy that’s shown the door, who cares about the new guy. But if I hit? If I score? If I connect? If I interact? If I draw money? If I sell t-shirts? If I’m box office?”

Jim Ross recently stated that Paul Heyman is the difference-maker in WWE. Paul Heyman’s promos remain a highlight for many fans and there is simply no denying just how masterful he is in crafting promos and that is unlikely to ever change.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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