Paul Heyman stepped out wanting fairly completely different at Fastlane (Image: WWE)
Paul Heyman left WWE followers surprised by his surprising transformation as he stepped out at Fastlane rocking a gray haired look.
The Bloodline’s Wiseman, who made his legacy because the mastermind behind Excessive Championship Wrestling (ECW), first joined WWE in 2001 when he was 35 years previous.
Over twenty years later, it’s no shock to see the now-58-year-old supervisor wanting a bit older, however followers didn’t appear ready for the pure results of ageing.
For a very long time, Heyman has sported an virtually bald look with darker hair around the again and sides, however now he’s sporting a unique model as he appeared at Fastlane with gray locks.
Commentators Pat McAfee, Michael Cole and Corey Graves couldn’t resist some cheeky digs on the new look, together with questioning what Roman Reigns will make of it when he returns.
Actually, the wrestling pioneer appears dignified and makes it work, but it surely was jarring for followers who noticed him wanting slightly completely different on Friday’s episode of SmackDown simply 24 hours earlier.
The Bloodline’s Wiseman sported white hair (Image: WWE)
‘Paul Heyman threw out the hair dye, that man is STRESSED. #WWEFastlane,’ wrote one fan, as one other quipped: ‘When did Heyman go full white hair? This Bloodline stuff has him stressed #WWEFastlane’
A 3rd viewer added: ‘Heyman letting his gray hair develop in whereas Roman was absent to indicate the stress he’s underneath is one more reason why hes the most effective heel ever.’
One other fan identified that when you get previous the drastic hair color change, Heyman does nonetheless look largely the identical in his face and physique.
‘Simply discover that Paul Heyman not doing the dye factor on his aspect hair. Hes full on gray now,’ they wrote. ‘Was questioning why the wwe announcers saved drawing consideration to how a lot older Heyman appears. However truthfully he appears similar actually.’
It’s no marvel Heyman is harassed as he had a entrance row seat to see John Cena and LA Knight beat The Bloodline duo Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa.