Former Money in the Bank winner left in despair after hearing Paul Heyman’s comments
Former WWE Superstar Mr. Kennedy recently recalled when he felt like Paul Heyman hated him.
Over the past three decades Paul Heyman has been a common factor in the career development of many superstars like Brock Lesnar, CM Punk, Rob Van Dam, Big Show (aka Paul Wight) and many more. The Special Advisor currently supports Roman Reigns and The Usos. With him by their side, all members of The Bloodline have succeeded.
Mr. Kennedy won the 2007 Money in the Bank match at WrestleMania 23, but had to return the briefcase due to injury. He continued to work with the company until his release in 2009. After leaving WWE, he competed in IMPACT Wrestling.
Speaking on the latest edition of INSIGHT with Chris Van VlietKennedy highlighted working with Paul Heyman on her promos.
“And I had done stuff with Paul, he was coming every two months and he was doing a promo day. And we had to find an opponent in a two-minute promo, we were going to sit in a room with Paul and a camera , cut the promo and then he gives you some feedback and some notes and then you go home and polish it up and come back the next day and cut it again.” [H/T Wrestling News]
Kennedy added that Heyman would not give any substantial feedback, leading him to think The Wise Man hated him.
“He was always kind of like, not aloof, but just professional, you know. And then I’d come back the second day, cut the promo, he’d be like, ‘I love it! Awesome!’ I would say ‘Notes or anything?’ [Heyman responded] ‘No, I love it. Thanks.’ And I was like this guy hated me, okay, that’s the worst.” [H/T Wrestling News]
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Last week on RAW, Theory verbally confronted Heyman, who interrupted the former’s interview. Mr. Money in the Bank claimed that they could possibly work together once he is the champion.
The trusted adviser to The Tribal Chief also stood up to his former client Brock Lesnar on RAW. The two men are set to face off at SummerSlam in a Last Man Standing match which will be the last of their rivalry.
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