Reigns comments on Moxley/AEW; Heyman talks about GMs
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 07/01/2019 at 06:13 PM

- In an interview with Justin Barrasso of, Roman Reigns commented on Jon Moxley leaving WWE for AEW:

I dont think our working relationship is going to be what it used to be, but Ill always love that guy, hell always be my close friend, and I wish the best for him.

We have a brotherhood, so Im always cheering for him, Reigns said. Ive shared so many great moments with Ambrose, or Mox. We have love for each other well beyond the wrestling, and it will always be that way.

- During an appearance with Inside The Ropes, Paul Heyman commented on the General Manager concept in WWE:

The role of the General Manager is played out, I dont want to do it, because its been going on for 20 years. And whether youre the hero General Manager or the villain General Manager, its enough. I dont know many people really turn on WWE or any form of sports entertainment to see how a match is made. The show has become too much of, Heres the story behind the show that youre watching. And I think sometimes people just want to see the show. I think sometimes people just want to understand who the characters are and see the characters pitted against each other in compelling situations or riveting storylines that have nothing to do with the corporate structure that orders the matches because the General Manager needs to sign the contract. Its too much.

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