Paul Heyman: WWE Hall Of Fame Induction While Still On Top Is A Unique Opportunity

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Paul Heyman wants to make everyone regret inducting him into the WWE Hall of Fame now by having a great run in the years to come.

Paul Heyman previously stated that he had turned down getting inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. However, he will be part of the 2024 class.

Speaking with Raj Prashad of UPROXX, Paul Heyman explained why he had turned down the honor in the past.

“My goal now is to make everyone regret putting me into the Hall of Fame this year,” Heyman said. “Because the run from ’65 when I was born to 2024 pales in comparison to what I do from 2024 on. Otherwise, what am I doing? I’m accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award and I’m doing a run that people go, ‘Hey, he should have gotten out while the getting was good.’ And that’s not me.”

Paul Heyman On Accepting WWE Hall of Fame Induction

Paul Heyman also noted that he was accepting the induction now because it was a unique opportunity.

“[It’s in] Philly and that’s a unique opportunity,” Heyman said. “Roman Reigns is headlining both nights of WrestleMania. So to accept this Hall of Fame award while still ruling from the Island of Relevancy is such a unique opportunity, I’d be a fool not to accept it.”

Heyman recently said that he would wing his Hall of Fame induction speech. Check out his comments here.

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