Paul Heyman has been instrumental in making boosting the careers of some top WWE stars including the likes of WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. These two stars are currently involved in a heated feud but what if they joined forces with each other and formed a tag-team? They could be hailed as one of the dominant tag-teams if that ever takes place. Paul Heyman recently said he would include both Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns in the same faction if he formed a modern-day version of The Dangerous Alliance.
Paul Heyman sheds light on the plan
Heyman, formerly known as Paul E. Dangerously, founded the group during his time in the AWA in 1987. He went on to create various Dangerous Alliance incarnations in WCW and ECW before disbanding the faction in 1995.
Speaking in a Hot 101.9 interview, Heyman was asked to fantasy book a new Dangerous Alliance in 2022. In response, he continued to leave fans guessing on where his allegiances lie between Lesnar and Reigns. The former ECW owner also joked that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon could join the group due to his financial might:
“Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns. And just so I could have a percentage of his stock earnings… Vince McMahon,” said Heyman.
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With Paul Heyman working as its leader, The Dangerous Alliance consisted of some of the biggest names in wrestling. Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, Larry Zbyszko, Madusa, Rick Rude, and ”Stunning” Steve Austin were among the group’s most notable stars.
Paul Heyman also had a stint as Brock Lesnar’s on-screen advocate between 2012 and 2020 after previously working as The Beast Incarnate’s agent in 2002. Lesnar was away from the company from since April 2020 until he made his epic comeback in August last year, during which time Heyman became Roman Reigns’ special counsel. Heyman was recently fired by ‘The Tribal Chief’ and he was associated with ‘The Beast Incarnate.’
It was recently announced that Lesnar having Heyman in his corner will face Bobby Lashley and Roman Reigns will face off Seth Rollins at upcoming the Royal Rumble on January 29.