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Paul Heyman on New DVD, Having Trouble Looking at the Past and How He Has Changed

Over the years, Paul Heyman has been called an array of things spanning positive and negative

Visonary. Scumbag.  Genius.  Liar.  You get the picture.

Now in the new documentary Ladies and Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman — which will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, August 5th — the advocate for Brock Lesnar opens up on his amazing career including his unique way of getting into the wrestling business by busting down every down possible to the rise and fall of ECW and what it took to get there to working on the creative team in WWE and his firing from the company to his return to the business and working alongside his good friend Lesnar.

I spoke with Heyman about the DVD and when he plans on watching it, how tough it was for him to do the interview for the documentary, being brutally honest about what was asked for it, how bullet proof he is and when his feelings where hurt, if he feels like he is doing the best on-screen work of his career right now, his reaction to the crowd’s reaction of Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania 30, the biggest way he had changed over the years and more.

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About Brian Fritz

Brian Fritz
Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.