*Spoiler* WWE is considering re-hiring Braun Strowman



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*Spoiler* WWE is considering re-hiring Braun Strowman

In recent months, WWE has shocked all fans of the WWE Universe with sensational releases. Most recently, the release of Bray Wyatt The Fiend left WWE fans in disbelief. A few months ago another former major champion of the company was released, namely Braun Strowman.

The wrestler well known as The Monster Among Us was released due to a very high salary as he earned 1.2 million a year and WWE president Nick Khan was in every way trying to make cuts to the company.

The latest news on Braun Strowman

In the course of the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, well-known wrestling expert Dave Meltzer talked about the recent WWE cuts and also talked about Braun Strowman.

Here are his words: "In WWE they are interested in taking back Braun Strowman but at a lower price, we will see this evolve. I know that he will be attending a show in Qatar, he will be attending some Indies and will still have excellent salaries."

It was also pointed out that WWE could not use Braun Strowman as the greatest man among men as we saw real giants such as Omos and Commander Aziz enter the scene on Raw. At the moment Braun Strowman seems to be very interested in these Indies shows that pay him well for the single show by obviously paying him accommodation and travel and therefore we need to understand what the wrestler will want to do and if all the parties involved will be interested in seeing him again in WWE.

Braun Strowman recently made a sensational revelation about an injury he sustained in 2015. Due to the back injury he sustained, Strowman suffered 15% partial paralysis in his left leg. These are the words of the former Universal Champion, who later appeared on Instagram: "My friend my best days as a weight lifter are in the past now since my injury in 2015.

My left leg is paralyzed around 15%." Michael Morales Torres of Lucha Libre Online has confirmed that Braun Strowman is scheduled to make his first appearance since his release as part of QPW's SuperSlam 3 event.

Strowman, who has been teasing a big move, is in direct contact with QPW’s President, Ali Al-Marafi. The official contract between both parties will be signed on September 2021 after working with the legal and visa agreements for Braun to arrive in Doha, Qatar, on February 26, 2022, at the Lausail Sports Arena in Doha, Qatar.