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Paul Heyman talks about The Undertaker’s early years, Renee Young, WWE digging up dirt for his upcoming DVD, and more

Paul Heyman did an interview with the Poughkeepsie Journal. He discussed a variety of things from The Undertaker, The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar match coming up at WrestleMania, his DVD and more more. Here are a few highlights:

On his upcoming DVD:

I really don’t know much about it. I’m sure WWE has been trying to dig up a lot of dirt on me. You don’t have to dig too hard. It will be a snapshot of Paul Heyman at 48 years old, which would be a different look than if he was 38 years old and a different look from when he was 28 years old. If you did this documentary 10 years from now when I am 58, that would be a far different look at me. It’s a look at Paul Heyman at this stage of his career, begrudgingly reflecting on what he has accomplished so far and very much passionately looking forward to future things to accomplish in the next stage of his career.

On what makes the Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar a must-see match:

First of all, The Undertaker’s undefeated streak is the most intriguing plot and storyline going into WrestleMania because it has the most historical significance and the greatest long-ranging ramifications into the future at the same time.

It behooves us to acknowledge when Brock Lesnar defeats The Undertaker at WrestleMania, it will take nothing away from the enormity of the accomplishment of 21 consecutive wins in 21 appearances on the grandest stage of all. Not Stone Cold Steve Austin, not John Cena, not Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, not Hulk Hogan or Andre The Giant, not even Brock Lesnar, can ever be able to claim they are 21-0 at WrestleMania.

I think the magnitude of the accomplishment can never be undersold. It’s also quite intriguing that we have a situation where Brock Lesnar does not have to win, but The Undertaker must not lose.

You can read the whole interview by clicking here.

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