As mentioned earlier in Super Luchas, Paul Heyman was recognized as one of the best, but Best man to ever talk into a microphone in wrestlingRecently participated in Rick Rubin’s Tetragrammaton podcast, where he addressed a variety of topics.
Here at Super Luchas, we present a summary of his statements that have addressed the challenges he has faced throughout his life regarding his weight. Share Her relationship with food was influenced by her mother, who taught her to enjoy food as a way to overcome the consequences of the hunger he himself experienced His status as a Jew during Nazi persecution. These were his words:
“Between 2001 Survivor Series and 2002 WrestleMania, I put on a lot of weight in one of my many attempts to lose weight. I enjoy life and food.
“My mother was a prisoner in Auschwitz and Bergeken-Belsen. He was happy to see his son eatingbecause they believed It was a revenge of sorts.
“She grew up watching 13 cousins and two grandmothers starve to death.And later, at Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, he witnessed famine and starvation.
“She was liberated by the British Army in Bergen-Belsen on April 15, 1945 and ended up in the Displaced Persons Hospital in Berlin, Near death due to typhus and typhoid. They told her she would not survive, but she overcame it and became a nurse there.
“I lost a lot of weight in 2002 for WrestleMania 18, where the initial plan was that I was going to manage Chris Benoit. When Vince McMahon hired me, he asked me: ‘What do you think will be your greatest contribution to our company?’
“From the beginning, I told him, ‘We had a great band in 2001, but we were missing the next phenomenon,’ The Next Big Thing. ‘” Who will be the next prodigy? Who will be the next to shock the world? Who can we trust? Who will be the face of WWE, that’s you People will recognize as the true representative of the company?’ Brock Lesnar”.