In recent days there has been nothing but talk of WWE releases, after the latest and even more important layoffs arrived at the hands of the McMahons, in recent weeks. After having already released important names of unused athletes such as Samoa Joe, Bo Dallas, Chelsea Green and many others, in the past days, the names of athletes who until recently were part of Friday Night SmackDown and Monday Night Raw were also released.
Obviously, among the most sensational names, we found Braun Strowman and Aleister Black, both athletes until recently very important for the WWE, with one who had even become Universal Champion during last year's edition of Wrestlemania and the other who was instead recently returned to the scene with a new gimmick and new plans, fresh fresh, freshly prepared for him by the management.
Erick Rowan has his say after Braun Strowman was fired
After also seeing his former colleague, as well as a teammate of the Wyatt Family, Braun Strowman, being ousted from Monday Night Raw and the WWE rosters in general, the former McMahon athlete, Erick Rowan, also wanted to have his say.
on the dismissal of the former partner, to Chris Featherstone's microphones, leaving fans quite surprised by his response. To the microphones of the well-known overseas journalist, the bearded and bald giant of the Wyatt Family, he said: "You know, a year ago, I was in the same position as him.
This is what you get when you sign a high-budget contract. It's not guaranteed money, man! Nothing in this world is guaranteed. You just have to get back in the saddle, get back on your horse and keep going, man." With a line worthy of the best Clint Eastwood in a 1960s western movie, Erick Rowan thus advised Braun Strowman to move on, not thinking about his past in WWE anymore.
Unlike Strowman, however, Rowan hadn't signed a massive million dollar a year contract, something that Monster Among Men will now have to give up, with an offer that probably won't be able to resume in any other world federation. where he will fight now, once his 90-day non-competition clause with the McMahons is over.