If there's one thing the Paul Heyman character has done over his lengthy career, it's make enemies. From CM Punk to John Cena, Heyman has rubbed plenty of people up the wrong way over the years. Now that Rollins has allied with wrestling's most prominent advocate, he could be the man to take up the mantle of some of those rivalries. Rollins is certainly no stranger to fighting other people's battles, having lent his sword to Triple H for most of this year. For instance, if Cesaro were to complete his highly anticipated face turn in the near future, he could feud with Rollins on the basis of his own failed alliance with Paul Heyman during the Spring and Summer months of 2014. This would be a rivalry that could produce excellent promo work and even better action on the mat. It would also give two rising stars the opportunity to take part in a big-ticket feud that could comfortably slot into the main event position on pay-per-view. As WWE moves away from John Cena as its only consistent headliner, Seth Rollins could really benefit from the myriad high-profile active feuds that are already a part of the Heyman package.
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