WWE need to find a new 'Paul Heyman guy'

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Paul Heyman will undoubtedly go down as one of the best managers to embrace the WWE. His successful stints alongside Brock Lesnar and CM Punk will almost certainly see him enter the Hall of Fame in the future.

The 50-year-old is truly the craftsman behind so many high profiles in sports entertainment. It is not only the superstars that he can take credit for, but Heyman is also the brain behind Extreme Championship Wrestling.

With Lesnar only being a part-time figure within the WWE, it means Heyman's TV time is limited, something that isn't good for the product given his proven microphone skills.


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Heyman is one of the best in the business at cutting promos, and that's why WWE need to give him a new 'Paul Heyman guy'

Here are some WWE prospects who can take their careers to the next level under the guidance of Paul Heyman.

Kevin Owens

The best heel of the modern era is the former Intercontinental champion, Kevin Owens. The Canadian first showed his true colors when he attacked his best friend Sami Zayn after he won the NXT championship against Neville back in 2014.

Since his disembark from NXT, Owens has impressed everyone with his ability. From quality ring moves to pipe bomb skills, Owens is undoubtedly the complete package.

What remains a highlight of his career is his first match against John Cena. Scoring a fair and square victory over Cena is in truth hard to achieve. The match showed what 'Fight Owens Fight' stands for and represented every move in his arsenal

With Paul Heyman, the former Intercontinental champion can take his career to unimaginable heights, and with him in his corner, he will surely break all barriers of being the ultimate heel.

Dean Ambrose

The modern day face of extreme wrestling in WWE. Despite limited moves, he still does manage to pull off some great matches with his extreme stance.

At this point of time, Ambrose is doing a great job as a WWE superstar. His matches are a delight to watch as it tops the level of insanity more than often. The former Shield man was also in the title picture on the road to WrestleMania.

With the best manager watching his back, the lunatic fringe can actually change the shape of his career with more gold around his waist.

Perhaps, a change in gimmick could also be on the cards.


The Swiss superman is getting unconditional love from the WWE fan base, and rather sluggishly, Cesaro is moving up the charts.

His move “Cesaro Swing” has played a major role in his success so far, and his other moves are also interesting enough to keep the audience engaged in his matches.

However, the problem is a lack of WWE gold around his waist. His opportunities are few and far between with Vince McMahon once famously saying he's not quite over with the WWE universe because he doesn't connect with them.

If Heyman joins him, it would indeed be a big stride forward. Heyman does whatever it takes to uplift his client and take him to the main event.

Roman Reigns

The 30-year-old is already a three-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion as the authority sees in him as the next John Cena. Someone loved and cheered by all.

Despite WWE's best efforts to get him over with the universe, Reigns is constantly booed by the WWE fan base. The moment he arrives, all the nasty chants begin and quite frankly, he's booed out of the arena.

‘The Guy’ is finding it hard to turn the tables around.

It seems like the right time to provide him with a charismatic manager and turn him heel. Heyman can actually help him strive in the right direction. Roman needs change of character and Paul Heyman could be the tonic to the disease.

Who would make the perfect 'Paul Heyman guy'? Leave YOUR suggestions in the comment section below!

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