Paul Heyman outside of being known as the special counsel for the WWE Universal Champion and ‘Head of the Table’ Roman Reigns is also known for being one of the most creative minds in the professional wrestling industry, having ran ECW until it’s initial demise in 2001 and for having regular stints on the WWE creative team, being named Executive Producer of WWE Monday Night Raw in 2019 until 2020. However, one former superstar was told there is nothing left in their creative future. Heyman recently told this Smackdown superstar ‘to quit.’
According to Fightful, former WWE superstar and Mexican standout Sin Cara was told by Heyman that the Sin Cara character was ‘dead’ after bringing up Catalina to be his short term associate. Sin Cara was eventually released from his WWE contract on December 8th, 2019.
In other news revolving Paul Heyman, Heyman discussed managing Cesaro in the past how he stacks up as a challenger to his current client, Roman Reigns in a recent interview with DAZN. Credit to the outlet for the below quote. Paul Heyman leaked this ‘bad’ Daniel Bryan news.
By having Cesaro, I had an excuse to be on television. So that was Cesaro’s role. Cesaro was a supporting player in the ongoing saga between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. That’s unfortunate for Cesaro. But in terms of big box office, that was his role. Now years later, Cesaro is ready for a title run. While I love having him on SmackDown and can’t imagine what Raw could offer Smackdown in terms of a trade, Cesaro’s only hope of being the champion of a brand is to go to Raw because he’s not taking a title away from Roman Reigns. He’s just not. It’s not going to happen. Now, Cesaro wants to set his sights on the Intercontinental title, and I happen to like the champion Apollo Crews. Cesaro has a fighting chance there. That’s an interesting matchup. But there’s no one that’s at Roman Reigns’ level right now. No one.