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Paul Heyman Comments on Wanting the World Titles Unified

Paul Heyman Comments on Wanting the World Titles Unified

Posted on June 13, 2013 by
Paul Heyman was recently interviewed by Digital Spy. Here are some highlights.

What fans can expect from CM Punk this Sunday in his match with Chris Jericho: ""You can expect to see CM Punk do what CM Punk does on a daily basis in his career, which is demonstrate to the WWE Universe that he is worthy of the distinction of being the best in the world."

Dixie Carter recently saying that she would do a WWE / TNA crossover event: "I'm sure that Dixie Carter would love to do a WWE versus TNA pay-per-view. Why wouldn't she? A friend of mine who has way too much time on his hands just started a new beverage company here in the United States. It's called Shmuley's Soda Company and he's now distributed in three stores in the Bronx and two in Brooklyn.

"He would like to do a global promotion with Coca-Cola. I don't suggest that Coca-Cola would be profitable having to do a global co-promotion with Shmuley's Soda Company. In the same way it would make no sense for WWE with 95% global share to do an event with TNA with its 5% global market share!"

His ideal WrestleMania 30 main event: "I have a very standard answer for that because it's the most genuine answer I can give someone. I think the main event for WrestleMania 30 should be a battle for the WWE Championship against the World Heavyweight Championship, to unify the titles.

"And that match should feature Brock Lesnar versus CM Punk, with Paul Heyman advising both men and therefore getting a percentage of the profits of both sides of the main event at WrestleMania."

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Adam Troy Brown
Of course if that were to happen, I can see Punk carrying a good majority of that match. Probably 75%to 25%.
  • June 13, 2013
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Josh Fisher
On the WWE & TNA thing, if he would've said that to me I would've asked him how it'd be any different then what his ECW did with the WWF back in the 90s. They had several cross-over events, though it was a different time as far as marketing & exposure goes as back when WWF & WCW wrestlers were also ...
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ric o.
a better idea, let's go back in time to the Monday Night Wars in the late 90's when wrestling was absolutely at its best... you could watch 3 hours of wrestling, switching back and forth during commercial breaks... so much variety, so many wrestlers.. anybody that remembers these times, can vouch fo...
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greg fernandez jr
Take note Vince! U selfish prick
  • June 13, 2013
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SweetStunnerPain(SSP)
I like how he broke it down lol
  • June 14, 2013
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Heath Rush
@Josh Fisher I thought the same thing at first, but it was a little different. Vince told ECW that the reason they could come on his show was so that they could get national TV time to make up for the fact that WWF was stealing so many wrestlers from their company. That's how he pitched it. In r...
  • June 14, 2013
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