Roman Reigns’ special counsel, Paul Heyman and The Bloodline faction may soon be on the back of ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith in WWE.
A few days ago, Stephen Smith discussed the possibility of joining the world of professional wrestling while interviewing WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. The broadcasting legend has said he wants to be a heel manager, with Paul Heyman being one of them, tossing out the names of legendary managers.
Heyman appears to be in discussion with an ESPN commentator about a possible promo fight. Meanwhile The Wiseman took a cheap shot at social media. He said that while Smith comes from an “ocean of obscurity”, he lives on a “land of relevance”.
Earlier today, Smith turned on Paul Heyman, showing his dominance. The ESPN commentator said that the special counsel was lucky because if he wasn’t busy, he would have come to WWE to take Heyman’s job. The broadcasting legend said he would show what “real representation” looks like.
He ended his tweet by saying that he loves Heyman’s work and is coming back “one of these days”.
“What? What did you say, @HeymanHustle. Land of obscurity! You’re so lucky I’m engaged. Otherwise, I’d have to take your job, and show dudes what real representation in @WWE should look like. Ha!!!.” Just kidding dude. Love your work. But I’m coming back one of these days,” Smith wrote.
What? What did you say @HeymanHustle. Land of Oblivion! You’re so lucky I’m busy otherwise I’d have to take your job, and show you guys what real representation in @WWE should look like. Ha!!! Just kidding buddy. love your work but I am
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Paul Heyman applauds The Usos after massive win on SmackDown
Following their victory on SmackDown, WWE Manager Paul Heyman praised The Bloodline members Jimmy and Jey Uso.
The Usos faced Hit Row members Ashante Adonis and Top Dolla for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship on the latest episode of Friday Night SmackDown. After an attractive encounter, Dolla was hit with a 1D near the end before The Usos picked up the win.
On social media, The Wiseman shared a photo of Jimmy and Jay Uso praising them for being the greatest tag team in the business.
“Greatest Tag Team of All Time!” Heyman wrote.
Jimmy and Jey Uso have been WWE’s longest reigning Tag Team Champions. This year, they have faced Randy Orton and Matt Riddle (RK-Bro), Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Buggs, The Street Profits and The New Day, among others.
It will be interesting to see which tag team will challenge the Bloodline members for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship.
Who do you think will humble The Bloodline with Paul Heyman? Sound off in the comments section below.