Paul Heyman has been considered one of the biggest pioneers in the world of professional wrestling. His years of experience and talent on and off screen have made him a well-known name in the business. While he currently serves as the Wise Man for the Bloodline and has a lot of years behind him, the former Paul E feels that he still has a long way to go.
While the Bloodline saga is still running strong, it’s difficult for fans to imagine WWE without them for at least another year, if not longer. Moreover, Paul Heyman has the same opinion.
The Wiseman of the Bloodline, who is 57 years old, has been a mainstay of the Stamford-based promotion for the past 20 years. Heyman had been tightly linked to the global juggernaut even before he became Brock Lesnar’s manager in 2002.
Paul Heyman has been a constant fixture for WWE since returning in 2012 after several years away from the company. Moreover, recently a fan threw out the idea of inducting Paul Heyman into the WWE Hall of Fame on Twitter.
“The day you are inducted into the #halloffame is gonna be one loud audience for you @HeymanHustle… i pray to be there in person sir. you are a genius.”
This caught the attention of Paul Heyman. The veteran claimed on Twitter that he is looking to add more achievements to his already Hall of Fame-worthy career since he feels he still has a long way to go.
“While I thank you, @NICKGQNYC, for your kind words, there’s no rush to induct me into the @WWE #HOF, since I’m not done creating and participating in #HallOfFame moments! @WWERomanReigns @WWEUsos @WWESoloSikoa #WeTheOnes.”
Paul Heyman has done a tremendous job, serving as Roman Reigns’ Special counsel for the last two years. His amazing partnership with the Tribal Chief has given him a new direction to explore while helping Reigns elevate to the level of success he had never seen before.
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