Former WWE Star Wanted To Be A “Paul Heyman Girl”

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A former WWE Diva’s Champion and current AEW star revealed she wanted to be managed by Paul Heyman during her time with the company.

Throughout his legendary career, Heyman has managed multiple top wrestlers. His tenure as Paul E. Dangerously saw him manage Rick Rude, Stunning Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton and Madusa.

His many other roles have seen him lend his managerial expertise to Brock Lesnar on several occasions. Most recently he has been acting as the wise man to the Head of the Table, Roman Reigns.

Aside from these successful runs managing two of the company’s biggest-ever stars, Heyman also guided CM Punk, who branded himself as a “Paul Heyman Guy”.

Several other Superstars like Curtis Axel, Ryback and Cesaro were also gifted that mantle but unfortunately to less success. However, that didn’t stop many other performers from wanting to join the club.

Former WWE Superstar Saraya Wanted To Be A ‘Paul Heyman Girl’

During an interview on Superstar Crossover AEW star, Saraya revealed that she was desperate to be in Heyman’s exclusive club while on WWE television.

“I wanted to be a ‘Paul Heyman girl’ so bad. Everyone wanted to be a ‘Paul Heyman girl,’ and I even said to him that I wanted to be a ‘Paul Heyman girl.’ I was in his book — he put me in his book, and I was like, ‘Oh my god, I love you.”

The artist formerly known as Paige signed with AEW in 2022. She made her debut for the promotion at Grand Slam in New York and instantly entered a feud with Britt Baker.

They exchanged vicious words in several barbarous promos before facing off in her first match in five years at All Out.

Following the match their rivalry continued. The newcomer then formed the Outsiders with Toni Storm and Ruby Soho to take down the promotion’s originals.

Since forming, the trio have attacked members of the women’s roster including Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter and Baker. Skye Blue also became a victim of their assaults but has now found solace in the form of Willow Nightingale and Riho.

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