Paul Heyman Done With ECW/WWE

Paul Heyman Done With ECW/WWE

Paul Heyman Done With ECW/WWE


Internally, it is being said that Vince McMahon was absolutely irate in regards to how awful last night's ECW PPV was. Furthermore, McMahon is looking to put the blame on Heyman for it. The theory for the blame on Heyman is, "he is caught in the past and doesn't understand the new vision of ECW."

Problems started yesterday when most everyone realized that the ECW PPV was quite awful to say the least. Heyman was unhappy with how the show was booked and he voiced his concerns before and after the show. There were issues between Heyman and McMahon because of how the show played out on TV, with most everyone knowing that it was a disaster. Furthermore, the problems carried over from last night, and led to incidents occuring backstage at today's RAW/ECW taping.

At 2:00 P.M., Heyman had a meeting with Vince and Stephanie McMahon. Heyman came out of the meeting looking as if nothing happened. Nobody had any idea that there was anything wrong between the two parties. Shortly thereafter, Heyman gathered his belongings and left the building to go home.

Anyways, the word going around backstage is that Heyman is legitimately done with the company and this really isn't some sort of storyline. 

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Re: Paul Heyman Done With ECW/WWE

Wrestling in the 1980's is where it was at.

Cable, Vince and ECW ruined it.

With ECW, it pushed it so far that fans were only into something more crazy the next time around.

Give me the old NWA over this shit any day.

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