In a recent interview with Bleacher Report, WWE’s Paul Heyman spoke on a wide variety of topics, including his brief career as executive director of Monday Night RAW. However, Heyman wouldn’t go into too much detail about his role as a director, claiming rather that out of respect for his role it would be best to keep things private.
“In the fifty or so weeks that I was executive director of Monday Night Raw, I never discussed my role as executive director of Monday Night Raw,” Heyman said when asked about his role. “The reason is that when you’re in that position, you’re aware of the upper echelon, the inner sanctum of the inner workings of WWE. With this position comes an expectation of confidentiality and secrecy. I never violated this confidentiality or secrecy as an executive director, which is why I did not do any interviews as an executive director. “I will not discuss anything that I have done as an Executive Director, whether it is anything that deserves praise or criticism, as I will uphold my responsibility to keep everything secret or confidential. what I have done as an executive director, whether in the face of the criticism or the praise that has been given me.
Heyman’s run as executive director of RAW ended around a year after he started, as he was fired from his post in June. However, Heyman has since thrived with the company, taking Roman Reigns as his new “client” and helping him become “The Tribal Chief” en route to another mainstream race on Friday night at SmackDown.
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