On the eve of WWE’s return to live events, Paul Heyman praised the company for continuing to show up every week during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Friday’s part of WWE SmackDown is set to take place in front of fans in Houston, Texas. With the exception of WrestleMania 37, the event will be the first WWE main roster to feature fans since the March 9, 2020 episode of WWE RAW.
Speaking on a Houston radio station Talking Sports 790, Heyman said he is “very proud” of WWE for not missing any software in the last 16 months.
“I would be happy if I didn’t stand in a soapbox and declare how proud I am to be a WWE member from the top of the mountain,” Heyman said. “Because we never missed a week of programming. Not one. The whole world has gone through a zombie apocalypse. We have never missed a week of TV, and I am deeply and infinitely proud of that fact. ”
Paul Heyman disappeared on WWE television at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic after his on-screen client Brock Lesnar left the company. The former RAW Executive Director has served as Roman Reigns ’special advisor since August 2020.
Paul Heyman is thrilled that WWE fans are back