Veteran WWE character Paul Heyman felt that Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns had taken over the leadership role of The Undertaker’s dressing room in the company.
For a long time, The Phenom was considered the one in control WWE locker rooms, keep things in order, and even solve problems behind the scenes with the infamous Wrestling Court.
In an interview with ESPN MMA’s Joe Tessitore ahead of WrestleMania 38, Paul Heyman talked about The Undertaker’s impact on the locker room as a leader.
“For Mark Calaway’s [The Undertaker] contribute, both in front of the camera and in some more important ways behind the scenes. Heyman said. [7:55 to 8:03]
Tessitore further asked the Chief Counsel to the Chief of the Tribe about who the current locker room chiefs were, Heyman answered Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.
“Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. That’s the level, and you know, ‘Hey, we’re going to reach out and pull more people into the main event,'” Heyman said. [8:09 to 8:25]
You can watch the interview below:
Heyman also praised Lesnar’s newest character and how he broke the myth that he was a one-dimensional character.
Undertaker feels there is no single locker room leader in WWE
In an interview a few years ago, Phenom says that the WWE locker room it’s more ‘individualism’ now, and there isn’t a single person managing it like he did back in the day.
“It seems to me now that it’s like an individualistic dressing room. Everyone is doing what they want to do and there’s no governing body that can keep everyone together. I have I’m not there enough to give a really insightful answer,” said The Deadman.
Phenom also says the business has grown over the years and doesn’t feel bad about not having a dressing room leader today.
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