Wrestling Revealed

Pat Patterson

Mt Rushmore of wrestling

When asked by fans during a question and answer session, Bubba Ray revealed the four men on his Mt Rushmore of professional wrestling. Dusty Rhodes is not a surprise since he has long been an inspiration to the New York native. Bubba worked closely with Paul Heyman, so that choice makes sense as well. His final two choices are Vince McMahon and Pat Patterson, two men who helped make WWE the company that it is today.
October 17, 2015
Paul Heyman

Bubba Ray promos

During a question and answer session with the fans, Bubba Ray was asked which promotion allowed him to do his best promo work. The former world heavyweight champion stated that Paul Heyman allowed him a lot of freedom when he was working in ECW. The New York native also stated that he really enjoyed the segments that he did when he worked as the Bully Ray character in TNA.
October 17, 2015
CM Punk

Punk and Heyman on pizza

A post on Twitter where Paul Heyman responds to CM Punk for disrespecting the pizzas that are made and sold in New York City. The former world heavyweight champion stated that he was heading to town and was bringing in pizza from Chicago, which he feels is superior.
October 16, 2015
Antonio Cesaro

Heyman managing Cesaro

When the beloved Paul Heyman was paired up with Antonio Cesaro, a lot of fans were under the impression that this was finally going to be the big push that the latter has been deserving. Unfortunately, though, that was never the plan. Heyman revealed that the reason why the two of them were put together was because WWE needed an excuse to have Heyman on camera to promote Brock Lesnar.
August 22, 2015
Dusty Rhodes

Heyman sneaks into NWA meeting

Fox Sports interviewed Paul Heyman, and he decided to share a great story about himself and Dusty Rhodes. When the ECW founder was just 18 years old, he once sneaked into an NWA production meeting. Upon being caught by Rhodes, Heyman revealed to him that he was simply there to learn. Rhodes admired that and allowed Heyman to stick around.
August 17, 2015
Finn Balor

Heyman managing Balor

When Finn Balor first showed up in WWE, Dusty Rhodes told him that his in ring performance was already at top level. The legendary star wanted Balor to work on his speaking skills. An idea being tossed around backstage is to have him paired up with Paul Heyman when he finally gets promoted to the main roster. Heyman and Balor have mutual respect for the abilities of the other.
August 16, 2015
Paul Heyman

Tommy Dreamer ends chokeslam

Back in the late 1990s, Paul Heyman invented the choke slam. In the years since, his protege, Tommy Dreamer, has sold the move countless times. The ECW veteran is done, however. Dreamer states that his body totally felt the blow during a live event recently. It made him realize that retirement is on the horizon, so he might need to tone things down a bit.
August 9, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Paul Heyman skipping Japan

When WWE decided to air a live event in Japan this weekend because Brock Lesnar agreed to work the show, many were under the assumption that Paul Heyman was going to be by his side, as fans across the world know of their association. However, it has been revealed that Heyman will not be brought along for the ride. Lesnar will be working the show by himself.
July 2, 2015
Chael Sonnen

Paul Heyman on Roman Reigns

During a recent interview with Chael Sonnen, Paul Heyman stated that Roman Reigns lost his push because WWE made the mistake of bringing Daniel Bryan back. Heyman feels that the audience was hoping for Bryan to be given a super push, so they turned on Reigns because he was actually being pushed.
June 12, 2015
Chael Sonnen

CM Punk ending the streak

During an interview with Chael Sonnen, Paul Heyman revealed that he had pitched an idea to management to let CM Punk be the one to end the streak of the Undertaker. Heyman did that because he felt that it would have kept Punk in WWE a little while longer, as the winner would definitely need to capitalize on being given such an honor.
June 11, 2015