Paul Heyman wants the best for WWE.
Before he was the advocate for Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman was heralded for his creative work both in Extreme Championship Wrestling in the 90s and as the lead writer of SmackDown in the early 2000s. Heyman has continued to pitch in behind the scenes in WWE, recently helping Ronda Rousey during her WWE run.
Speaking to ComicBook.com, Heyman was asked about taking on a more significant role in WWE's creative process that extends beyond one or two wrestlers.
"I have interest in anything that serves the product and whether that's performing with Brock Lesnar, or producing Brock Lesnar, or working with Ronda Rousey, or any of the new talents that are about to explode in 2019 and 2020," Heyman said. "I serve at the pleasure of the WWE audience and so that every one knows I'm not just paying lip services with that statement. Please note, I didn't give the politically correct, public relations statement of 'I serve at the pleasure of the WWE Universe.' I meant what I said, I serve at the behest and the pleasure of the WWE audience. Anything that I can do to deliver to them a better product, a more forward thinking presentation, a more innovative approach to what WWE and or sports entertainment should be in 2020, 2021, 2022 etc., moving forward, that's what I'm interested in being involved in,"
Heyman remains involved in the creative process when it comes to Brock Lesnar as he does the majority of the mic work for The Beast. You can view Heyman's thoughts on his relationship with Lesnar by clicking here.