Originally Posted by Jon Staley
Mine wasn't, and since it was the best BTB of all time, it's the one you should use as the measuring-stick.
I think your confusing yourself with PARANoIR
To me I can't really see the benefit of doing a Heyman based BTB, as you'd never top what EPW was and you'd constantly be compared to it.
I've had some ideas for created BTB's involving Heyman but ultimately I don't do them because I'd feel I was biting off EPW and it would seem unoriginal.
I would much rather see someone try to be original with someone other than Heyman. There are other great former promoters out there or people who could be turned into resonable figure heads.
Bill Watts (someone I always toyed with the idea of)
Bret Hart (bringing back Stampede Wrestling, another idea I've toyed with)
Even Shane McMahon
Anyone of those would be a good basis for a backstory and you'd come off all the better for being original.