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Paul Heyman Reveals Why He Rejected WWE Hall Of Fame Induction While Managing Brock Lesnar

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Paul Heyman will get inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame during the WrestleMania 40 weekend in Philadelphia.

Heyman revealed that he was offered a WWE Hall of Fame induction in the past when he was managing Brock Lesnar, but he turned them down.

During an interview with TMZ, Heyman explained why he did that:

“Well, I mean, imagine it this way, if I had accepted the award while I was the Advocate for Brock Lesnar and none of my work with Roman Reigns and The Bloodline was part of my Hall of Fame induction, then by now, we’d be sitting there saying, ‘Oh, how did we induct him 5 years ago and missed this whole chapter of his career’.

So, you know, the only thing that gives me pause this year is that Roman Reigns and I are not going anywhere. We plan on sticking around.

He will continue to be the reigning defending Undisputed WWE Universal Heavyweight Champion in the greatest title run of all time and the part of the industry that we are viewing to disrupt now, which would be a disruption of the disruption that we started in August 2020.

I never dwell on the past. You know, I’m always looking into the future, which is another reason why I’ve never accepted it before.

Umm, so I kinda really look at this as my Rookie of the Year award because I think it’s taken 40 years to kinda really figure out this industry and the art of presentation and I think I’m just starting to get pretty good at it now, and I’m starting to really learn now, how to do it properly, and to the best of my abilities.”

Heyman will be a part of the main events of both nights of WrestleMania this year, since The Tribal Chief will main event both nights.

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