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Paul Heyman: I do not like the concept of winner take all or title vs title

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The Special Counsel to the Tribal Chief Paul Heyman recently discussed the upcoming WrestleMania 38 main event between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.

Speaking on the Battleground podcast, Heyman revealed that he has no intention of allowing Brock Lesnar to enter WrestleMania as the WWE Champion.

“It is my plan, my strategy, my counsel to the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns that we do everything in our power and influence to make sure that Brock Lesnar does not leave Madison Square Garden as the WWE Champion” Heyman revealed.

“I do not like the concept of Title vs. Title, I don’t like the concept of Champion vs. Champion, I don’t like the concept of Winner Take All.

“In my opinion, Roman Reigns is already the end-all, be-all. He’s already the one that has taken it all. He’s already the champion in WWE and every other title can fight to be in the number two position” Heyman continued.

“The fact that Brock Lesnar would have to enter WrestleMania as former champion and couldn’t hold onto his title against the physicality of Roman Reigns, let alone the strategy of his former advocate Paul Heyman, could throw Brock Lesnar at such a disadvantage walking into WrestleMania that Roman Reigns’ victory at WrestleMania is fait accompli” Heyman concluded.

Paul Heyman on Brock Lesnar

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