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Could Kevin Owens be paired with Paul Heyman?

Kevin Owens

We noted before how WWE was talking about keeping Paul Heyman on TV and giving him a new client as Brock Lesnar is seemingly done with the company.

Meanwhile, Kevin Owens started a storyline on this week’s episode of Raw where, after losing to Seth Rollins in an Intercontinental Championship match, he quit the company.

The Officials also dived in into this storyline and not only did Kevin’s Twitter account went blank, but WWE also moved him into the alumni section on their website.

Now Barnburner’s Fired Up podcast has mixed both these reports and it speculates that the former Universal Champion could be paired with the former ECW Owner in the upcoming time.

Whether or not this turns out to be true will only be revealed later on, but at the point, this seems to be a good choice to redeem Owens’ character after being squashed at SummerSlam

Would you like to see Kevin Owens being paired up with Paul Heyman or would you rather have Heyman manage someone else? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.


  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    It would be cool, but no KO doesn’t need Heyman Owens just needs better booking

  • CC

    Owens certainly does not need a mouthpiece or a manager.
    I really do not know what he could gain from being paired with Heyman.
    Just give him a great angle and fans will love it.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I believe Paul Heyman already have a new guy actually 3. You saw it at the end of Raw. Braun Strowman, Zigglar and Drew.

  • Soulshroude

    While I agree with you, K,O. doesn’t need a “manager”, just for Pauls sake because Reigns mentioned him as “drowning…” this angle may bury both of them deeper. K.O. has the mic skills, but his presentation and charisma is still lacking, yeah. Chummer needs to loose some weight in my perspective.

  • Killswitch

    While I like the pairing, he doesn’t need Heyman to get over. He just needs to not be in BS angles, like getting squashed by Strowman, when he should be in a title picture.

    Although Heyman and Punk was a good duo, I’m skeptical we’d get the same dynamic here. But I love me some Heyman, so I’ll trust the idea.