Paul Heyman came out to the arena, entered the ring and reminded that he was the advocate of the reigning, defending, undisputed WWE World Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. Heyman admitted that he was scared man on that night, he told that Brock Lesnar was a beast, he did whatever he wanted. He conquered the undefeated streak of the Undertaker and could do whatever he wanted. He had nothing personal against the Undertaker, he wanted to conquer the streak and he did it. He demolished John Cena at Summerslam and took the title away from him like taking the candy away from a baby. Brock Lesnar could anything he wished. But now, Lesnar had a purpose for his fight, he wanted to f5 the future of WWE Seth Rollins.

Seth Rollins interfered the arena as he entered the ring along with the J & J security. Rollins said that he was sick and tired of hearing the thing that people should be afraid of Brock Lesnar. He was sick hearing the thing that he hid behind the authority and J & J security. He told Heyman that he was not afraid of Brock Lesnar. He told that he was sick of it so he wanted to cash in his contract, he wanted to face Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight championship on that night.

Heyman said that it could not be happen since his client was not present. Rollins said that if he could not Curb Stomp Lesnar then he would Curb Stomp Heyman. Heyman said that Curb Stomping him would not make him tough, Rollins said not tough but Smart. He wanted to take away Brock’s greatest asset. Then at Royal Rumble he would beat Brock Lesnar down. He had Curn Stomped Lesnar not once but twice and at Royal Rumble he was going to do it for the third time and would walk out as the WWE World Heavyweight champion.

Heyman told that the authority was back in power did not mean that they could be removed again by hook or by crook. Since Heyman was back in power he gained from everything from the achievements of his client. Brock Lesnar could defend his title as well as he could protect the new champion which Heyman decided the future was now.

After his client, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar got Curb Stomped to conclude Raw, Paul Heyman was clearly in a less than cheerful mood when he walked into a SmackDown ring. Nevertheless, a fired up Seth Rollins was not afraid to cut off Lesnar’s advocate before announcing that he was ready to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase right then and there. The only problem was that The Beast Incarnate was not in the building, so Mr. Money in the Bank instead contemplated delivering a Curb Stomp to a cornered Heyman.

Somehow, The Beast Incarnate’s outspoken mouthpiece managed to talk his way out of another jam with a vague statement about the unpredictable future of The Authority’s rule and his own rise in power.


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