WWE held their 2023 Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event last Saturday night inside the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns successfully retaining his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Sami Zayn in the main event. Prior to The Tribal Chief securing the win over Sami Zayn, there were a number of close pinfall attempts, a couple of referees being taken out and interference from Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso).
Immediately following the match, Roman continued his beatdown on Sami Zayn with the help of Jimmy Uso until Kevin Owens made his return to save Sami and Owens completely laid out The Bloodline, but prior to Owens hitting Paul Heyman with a Stunner, Heyman said something to Owens that the WWE Universe may have missed and something that could change the entire storyline of The Bloodline.
Paul Heyman was heard saying, “I’ve always loved you. I’ve always wanted to be with you, not with him (pointing to Roman Reigns). Screw him, I love you.” to Kevin Owens and it is believed that Heyman was just saying those words to avoid getting attacked by Owens, but there is no word yet on if The Tribal Chief heard what Paul Heyman said, though it is highly possible that Solo Sikoa did as he was sitting at home watching Elimination Chamber on TV and Reigns did relay a message to Heyman on SmackDown last week that there are things you can see and hear on TV that you can’t when you are live, so it appears that this is the start of a tease to have Heyman and Reigns split.
You can check out the related tweet and video below:
“I’ve always loved you. I’ve always wanted to be with you, not with him (Roman Reigns. Screw him, I love you.”— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) February 19, 2023