Universal Champion Roman Reigns is as of now leading the charge in WWE Smackdown. He moreover, seems to be unstoppable, especially with his cousins by his side. It could well be argued that he is having the best phase of his WWE career so far and it is actually Paul Heyman who has helped him immensely.
In a recent interview with Inside The Ropes Magazine, Roman’s special counsel Paul Heyman said that The Rock could possibly challenge the Universal Champion in the future to announce to the world who is the real boss. It should be noted that the Rock last appeared in WWE at the FOX Premiere of WWE Smackdown in 2019. However, several media reports have linked his appearance at the WWE Survivor Series PPV to celebrate 25 years of his debut.
When Paul Heyman was asked what would happen if The People’s champ sits on the Universal Champion’s table he replied by saying: "Well, you ask multiple questions in one diatribe, so I’ll try to answer them as succinctly as possible. One, Rock schmock. Who doesn’t want to main event WrestleMania against Roman Reigns? Anybody who says they wouldn’t be interested in a WrestleMania main event is lying to you. Anybody who suggests they wouldn’t be interested in the WrestleMania main event against Roman Reigns is lying to you."
"Roman Reigns is the most dominant WrestleMania main eventer in history. And Rock is just one of many people who are clamouring to step into the ring with Roman Reigns at any time, especially at WrestleMania," he added.
"As for whether The Rock is a member of the table? I serve as Special Counsel to the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns. That is not a subject Roman Reigns wishes to address publicly at this time, either in The Rock’s favour or to The Rock’s detriment, because The Rock may not be welcome at our table. Roman Reigns will let you know when it’s appropriate for Roman Reigns to let you know," he further said.
Heyman, who is known to big a big-mouthed fellow, also stated that the potential match between Dwayne Johnson and Roman Reigns would be the Great One's last.