With Wrestlemania set to take place this Sunday, Paul Heyman has been sounding off on some of the biggest stories that could come out of this year’s mega event.
Heyman will be at ringside for the main event, as his client Brock Lesnar will defend his WWE Universal title against Roman Reigns, in what is expected to be a brilliant match for everyone.
This is what Heyman had to say about Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar,
“Roman Reigns is main eventing his fourth consecutive WrestleMania and he’s not walking into this WrestleMania thinking, ‘This is my last main event.’ Roman Reigns is thinking, ‘This is my fourth consecutive main event and it’s my audition for my fifth consecutive WrestleMania main event.’
“Brock Lesnar is looking at April 8th as the defining moment in his career. In the very same city that he conquered The Undertaker’s streak, which is arguably the most shocking moment in the history of WWE.
“Neither Brock Lesnar nor Roman Reigns are content. Not with their history and not with their current position. They both want to obtain higher ground. They will always have the ambition to do more.”
Heyman also spoke about his old friend CM Punk, and discussed the possibility of him joining some other wrestling promotion. Heyman also squashed the idea of Punk suddenly returning at Wrestlemania, as he does not seem him interested in wrestling right now.
“I don’t think CM Punk cares one way or another what’s going on in the world of sports entertainment. He is someone that has achieved his goals by dedicating every aspect of his life to pursuing his passions. His passions right now are quiet obviously in mixed martial arts and I don’t think he has a contingency plan in case of failure. I don’t think failure is an option for Phil Brooks.
“I think he is intent on making a go of it in the mixed martial arts world and if it doesn’t work out for him in UFC, I’m sure he would be looking a Bellator before he would be looking at a return to the wrestling ring.