It is perhaps the most talked about main event in recent memory and the two men building up the clash just happen to divide opinion when it comes to the WWE Universe.
Paul Heyman is arguably the greatest promo giver in WWE currently, whereas what Roman Reigns lacks in mic skill, he makes up for in the ring.
That being said, between them the two superstars have managed to build up what looks set to be an epic encounter between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns in just over two weeks time.
Roman talked to The Sun newspaper today about headlining Wrestlemania and what it's like to work with Paul Heyman.
He said: “Paul’s a great source for any superstar. He’s been all over the world, he’s been in so many different promotions, he’s seen so many different things and he’s learned from the greatest to ever set foot in this industry. So any time I get to interact with him, on camera or off, it is a great experience.”
“He’s a very personable guy, very easy to talk to. But sometimes you have to watch people like that, you just never know. He’s a very smart man and he knows everything that he’s doing. For me, I enjoy my interaction with him, he knows my family very well. He met me when I was just a little guy all the way to what I am now. To have that type of history with someone, for him to know my family in a different light than I may is very cool, very interesting for me and I always like catching up with him.”
Currently there are rumours surrounding Paul Heyman's loyalty to Brock Lesnar and if Roman Reigns defeats the Beast Incarnate on the "Grandest Stage of them all", then Seth Rollins could be set to cash in and Heyman could have found a new guy.
Heyman himself has been delivering some of his best work on WWE TV this past week cutting a CM Punk esc promo where WWE cut off his mic as he went 'rogue' and talked about Brock unifying the UFC and WWE championships and how his client would react if a 'Montreal Screwjob' type situation arose.
As of writing, WWE and Vince McMahon are still yet to re-new Brock Lesnar's contract which runs out after Wrestlemania 31, which means if he retains the championship, there is nothing stopping him from leaving with it.
WWE have been in this position before with CM Punk at Money in the Bank 2011, where the controversial superstar signed the contract part way through the pay-per-view before he won the WWE Championship from John Cena and exited through the crowd, only to return two weeks later.
This must be unsettling for WWE, but Heyman's latest promos are playing on the controversy and it seems WWE are taking it lightly and are allowing the fans to speculate before what could be another shocking Wrestlemania for Brock Lesnar.