Paul Heyman Says Working With Roman Reigns Is “Spiritually Orgasmic”

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Paul Heyman has been at the side of Roman Reigns in WWE since The Tribal Chief returned with a whole new attitude in the summer of 2020, and it’s safe to say that it’s a role that Heyman relishes.

Heyman has overseen Reigns’ rise to his greatness on a different level over the last three years, even laying a trap for his long-time client Brock Lesnar to prove his allegiance to Reigns and The Bloodline.

Speaking to Jimmy Traina on SI Media, Paul Heyman has got into exactly how he feels about working closely with Roman Reigns and it’s something that seems to be good for his soul to say the least:

“Spiritually orgasmic. I often say the relationship, when you work with somebody so closely behind the scenes in the pursuit of doing something that can garner this type of critical acclaim, that the pursuit has to be so transparent and so open with one another that in a completely non-sexual way, you’re far more intimate with that person than you are with your own family. Because in order to reach those levels, you have to expose your own vulnerabilities, your own fears, and your own concerns.”

“All great villains don’t see themselves as the villain. It’s the portrayal of a hero that was pushed too far, went too far, and accomplished too much, that once they reached that level no one else could attain, he felt the burden to stay at that level, and the responsibilities and the obligations and the accountability of being at the level weighs on you.”

Roman Reigns will no doubt be cast into the villain role once again as he takes on Cody Rhodes with his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on the line against Cody Rhodes.

h/t Wrestling Inc.