Brian Fritz has an interview with Paul Heyman at Sporting News to discuss Brock Lesnar and his match with The Undertaker at WWE Hell In A Cell later this month. During the interview, Heyman talked about why now is the right time for the Lesnar - Taker trilogy to end.
"Because now's the time," Heyman said. "This is where there's tremendous public interest in it and it's the right match to do. I don't think we should hold off Hell in a Cell until WrestleMania. I think Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker in their final conflict — in what is sure to be the final time these two ever step into the ring against each other — and I think that should happen now. I don't think waiting until WrestleMania would be, to borrow the phrase, "best for business" and I think the heightened public interest coming off of what happened at SummerSlam and the reaction from the public after we told our story the next night on Raw, I think now's the time to capitalize on it and to exploit the public interest and present the match now."
Heyman also discussed working with Lesnar and The Big Show, memories of Madison Square Garden, Lesnar appearing on Steve Austin's podcast, Austin not expecting Heyman's question about a Lesnar match and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here, or listen to it below.
Source: The Sporting News