Braun Strowman is the behemoth persona in the WWE who has received a monstrous push in the last couple of years. During the brand extension draft, he was shifted to the Raw brand that split him up from his mentor. At that time, he was under the wings of Bray Wyatt as part of the Wyatt family.
But, the WWE draft broke that alliance and did wonder to Strowman’s career. He was booked as the reckless force that nobody can stop. He had squashed matches against numerous indie scene wrestlers and also some Raw roster superstars, as well to prove his dominance.
Later, he was booked in a long rivalry against Roman Reigns that continued for the better part of this year. Despite Reigns trying hard to take him out with some tricks, he kept coming back. He even evaded an ambulance crash at the Great Balls of Fire PPV and attacked via a garbage truck at TLC. This justified his nickname, the monster among men.
Quite expectedly, he received a shot at the Universal title against Brock Lesnar at No Mercy. Recently, he talked to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated to open up about his recent push in the WWE where he expressed his gratefulness to the company. He expressed his gratitude for his position in the pro-wrestling industry, today with the following words,
“I am grateful to represent the WWE. This company has given me so many things, and I’ve gone around the world because of them, it’s an honor to be here. You’ve got to work hard, you’ve got to listen, and you’ve got to be tough.”
Braun Strowman was also asked about UFC fighter Conor McGregor signing a WWE contract and showing up in the company shortly. The behemoth dared to step foot into the squared circle since Conor is appropriate for 205 Live, according to him. These were his comments:
“McGregor might make it on 205 Live. But he doesn’t want to step in the ring with me.”
If one day, McGregor does end up having a match in the WWE, Strowman is going to be a fair choice for him. These two can certainly deliver a ‘one of a kind’ match that we can remember for a long time.
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