WWE SummerSlam 2012 Review: WWE Needs Paul Heyman to Stick Around
With WWE’s 25th anniversary edition of SummerSlam out of the way, there has been talk about what direction the WWE will be heading with Brock Lesnar and his manager Paul Heyman.
Should WWE keep Paul Heyman around?
PWInsider is reporting (via WrestleZone) about Heyman’s immediate future in the WWE:
According to PWInsider.com, Paul Heyman's immediate WWE future is said to be up in the air, as previous reports suggested his deal expired on or around SummerSlam.
Because Brock Lesnar "quit" WWE last night, it's likely that Heyman will be kept off TV until Lesnar makes his eventual return.
With heels across the WWE landscape screaming for a mouthpiece, letting Heyman walk out the door when he is obviously great at what he does is bad for business. Unlike John Laurinaitis, who botched every other line, Heyman makes every segment better when he speaks.
Look at a tag team like the Prime Time Players, or singles stars like The Miz and Cody Rhodes. They could all use the kind of rub Heyman could give them. Not to mention the possibility of working with the Big Show or even CM Punk.
Honestly, whoever he works with will be far more interesting because of it.
After Lesnar does return to the WWE, the company could easily have the star or stars Heyman was working with before help Brock when he is in trouble.
However WWE plays this scenario, they should not allow Heyman off TV without capitalizing on his mic skills for a while longer.
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