Ever since WWE announced that Smackdown would finally be going live for the first time in it's storied history next month, many fans have been questioning who the new General Manager would be.
Shane and Stephanie McMahon declared on last week's episode of Raw that they were still yet to decide on the right candidate for the job, it has left many of the WWE Universe speculating who they would like to see in the position.
One man that has not been raised yet would be Paul Heyman, the advocate for Brock Lesnar is not going to be busy until SummerSlam since his client has a match at UFC 200 and he has the right amount of experience to step into the role.
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Paul Heyman has been in and around both wrestling and WWE his entire life, there isn't many people in the world who would consider themselves more knowledgeable about the business than Heyman.
He also has the experience of being a part of Smackdown brand as a commentator so he could easily step back into a show that he is familiar with. Right now Shane and Stephanie are attempting to be face managers on the Raw brand so it would add a new dimension if Heyman was to come to the job from a heel perspective.
This would then allow Brock Lesnar to join the brand when he returns from his "one-off" UFC match next month and it would bring viewers back to the brand if they knew someone of that calibre was in charge.
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THAT ECW EFFECT?
Paul Heyman rose to fame when he was managing the ECW brand that was considered to be very risky and was being sued on an almost weekly basis. The show put on some of the strangest matches and in-ring segments that even through they were pushing the envelope, they brought viewers to the show.
Although ECW ended when Heyman switched over to WWE, he had a successful time when given control of any of WWE's brands and could easily do the same again.
Many fans have been speculating that WWE are stepping out of their PG umbrella now and who else to bring them into a new era that someone who really knows how to push the boundaries and the limits on a live show?
Heyman knows how to make Smackdown just as great as Raw and if WWE give him the power then he will easily show them.
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