"Good things come to those who wait."
Patience has never been a strong point for Vince McMahon. It's a trait that is not shared by the majority of successful entrepreneurs in the world.
Patience is what the CEO of WWE has to utilize when it comes to his program with Paul Heyman, though. It's a program that has long-term potential, and it definitely should not be rushed for the quick payday.
If you watched Monday Night Raw this week, you'll remember the segment involving Vince McMahon and the founder of the original ECW. There was a quick scuffle, but it was enough to wet the appetite of the Internet wrestling community.
Using history as an indicator, it appears that the storyline will be reaching its summit at Wrestlemania, which is something that you can say about the majority of things that the company is currently producing on television at the moment.
Since Vince McMahon seems unable to work a full match, their involvement could be tied into the big money match between Brock Lesnar and Triple H. Don't be surprised to see managers in the corner at WrestleMania 29.
A possible idea would be that whoever won the match would get five minutes with the opponent's manager. That's a tried and true formula that has generated a good reaction from the audience, especially if Paul Heyman "gets what's coming to him."
It definitely should not end there.
WWE should do a storyline where Paul Heyman finds an underhanded method of gaining more "power" in the company. It needs to be something that would make him more of a formidable foe for Vince McMahon.
That's a story that can last the company through the summer. It could be the proper buildup that SummerSlam needs, especially if other wrestlers (such as CM Punk and the Shield) are utilized in the program.
WrestleMania is usually when "the season ends," but in this instance, it needs to be just another chapter in the war between Paul Heyman and Vince McMahon.
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