When Cesaro came down for his match on Monday Night Raw, Paul Heyman was absent and there wasn’t much attention paid to the fact that Michael Cole had seen him that day in Richmond. The announcers however continued to say that it was weird that Heyman hadn’t shown up and we were considering all sorts of possibilities such as was he fired or had he quit? But the truth is somewhat far away from all these assumptions because as it appears, Heyman had been busy planning the return of Brock Lesnar.
Later in the telecast when he did appear, it became pretty obvious what Heyman had in mind. We have to say that he succeeded on remaining very secretive about the return because he didn’t mention anything in his short segment with Triple H of The Authority. Though he didn’t say anything about the return, he did offer his services as a plan ‘C’. By saying this Heyman was indirectly pointing towards the plan of Triple H to bring the WWE World Heavyweight Championship back under The Authority’s umbrella. Randy Orton and Kane teaming up to bring this title back is the Plan A whereas the Plan B consists of Seth Rollins and his Money in the Bank briefcase. What Heyman offered as Plan C is also quite intriguing.
This Plan C is about Heyman joining Lesnar and Triple H to bring back the title. Though Lesnar can come and win the title and enjoy his place for a while, it won’t be too long before he will get tired of being under someone’s thumb.