Paul Heyman says his presence on WWE television is tied to Brock Lesnar.
At an event called The Advocate of Extreme: An Evening With Paul Heyman, fans showed up to hear Paul Heyman discuss professional wrestling and his role with WWE. According to Cageside Seats, Heyman told the crowd he will leave if Brock Lesnar leaves after WrestleMania 34.
"Brock Lesnar’s contract ends this Sunday night. If he leaves, I leave with him. It doesn't mean that something may not come up in the future that would entice me to come back and do something. I don’t see anybody on the male roster that I would have the same chemistry with, put together the same body of work with, have the same impact and do what I’ve done with Brock since 2002. It just doesn't exist,” said Heyman.
Earlier this week Wrestling Observer reported Ronda Rousey wanted to join forces with Heyman but it was not in the wishes of WWE.