Paul Heyman Tips 22-Year-Old ‘Next Brock Lesnar’ For Success

Paul Heyman

Paul Heyman, the Special Counsel of WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, has issued a “spoiler” of success for a man who bears a striking resemblance to Brock Lesnar – a man Heyman had much success alongside.

At first glance, the photo shared by Heyman seems to resemble Lesnar, with a physique comparable to that of The Beast Incarnate partnered with Lesnar’s shocking blonde hair – before further inspection reveals that it is indeed a younger doppelganger named Parker Boudreaux.

ECW legend Heyman shared a photo of the Lesnar lookalike and simply quote tweeted his post saying, “His tweet is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler.” Instructing readers to save the tweet for future reference. Many have taken the praise to mean Heyman may have his eyes on the ‘next Brock Lesnar’ based on the caption and the obvious similarities shared between the two. That “spoiler” was simply that “2021 is going to be something SPECIAL…” for Parker Boudreaux.

“His tweet is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler. Save this #HustleTweet for future historical reference.

Parker Boudreaux is an offensive lineman for the UCF Knights, a football team representing the University of Central Florida.
A certain Brock Lesnar would swap the gridiron for the squared circle, and indeed the Octagon, and found much success alongside Paul Heyman. Boudreaux has since opened up about Paul Heyman, saying, “Paul Heyman is the man. Always will be. #PaulHeymanGuy” before elaborating on comparisons to Lesnar.
“I think Brock Lesnar is a tremendous athlete, and while I do take it as a compliment to be told we look alike, I look forward to people getting to see my own unique identity and character in professional wrestling, as well as watch me be my own person. I’m one of a kind. The Next Big Thing.”
No matter what Parker Boudreaux does in the future, knowing he has a fan in Paul Heyman is most certainly no bad thing. One thing’s for sure, Boudreaux’s look will most definitely always garner a second glance from wrestling fans.