Paul Heyman covered the Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar WrestleMania trilogy, the two-night WrestleMania pattern, and much more in a recent conversation at The Zaslow Show.
Paul Heyman speaks about the greatest trilogy of Box-office
“This isn’t truly a trilogy battle for me,” said Heyman. “Because this is Brock Lesnar’s first time in the ring with the Tribal Chief at WrestleMania, I consider it a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. And I believe that everything that transpired before Roman Reigns became the Tribal Chief was just a warm-up for the run of his career that would go down in history as one of the greatest of all time.”
Paul Heyman kept the kayfabe alive by sticking to his statement of Brock Lesnar not making it to Wrestlemania as the WWE Champion. He also spoke about how big the match-up is.
“And because Brock Lesnar won’t be WWE Champion by the time WrestleMania rolls around, we’ve already announced Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, with Brock Lesnar seeking to capture the Universal Title. If I have my way, it won’t happen. And it will be the big event of the second night, WrestleMania Sunday, which is the largest platform of them all.
The fact that we’re revealing what the main event of WrestleMania will be about a month in advance, and that it will include Roman Reigns, is proof that the Tribal Chief is the greatest box office attraction in WWE history.” stated Paul Heyman.
Not two but you’re in for a four-night fun packed event
You’re getting more bang for your cash, here’s how! You’re not just coming in for one night; you’re coming in for SmackDown, the WWE Hall of Fame, and The Undertaker – who would want to miss that? And you’re coming in for Night 1, which will feature Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, which will be another match to remember. Then there’s the second night, which is entirely different, with all the matches leading up to the year’s major event, Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar. We don’t believe it’s been two nights. We believe it will be a four-night event, with SmackDown, WrestleMania’s two nights, and Monday Night Raw after WrestleMania.