One of the latest and surprising releases made by the WWE in recent months, responds to the name of Braun Strowman, a giant athlete, who became famous in the rings of the main roster for having entered as a member of the Wyatt Family, alongside Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan and the late Luke Harper.
Although the mammoth athlete had already been used in the main roster among the dancers of Adam Rose's train, the peak of the former Wyatt Family's career came in single, when after years of domination in the company's rings, Braun managed to win his first federation world title, the Universal Championship, against none other than Bill Goldberg, in Wrestlemania 36.
The match, which initially was supposed to be of Roman Reigns, was eventually entrusted to Strowman, who from then on had a great career in single, only to be released for lack of ideas towards him and above all for a contract.
millionaire signed with the McMahons, which by now had become too expensive.
Braun Strowman was released by WWE a short while ago
Over the past few hours, the former WWE Universal Champion, evidently a little bored, has begun asking his fans to ask him a few questions on the appropriate Instagram box, with the well-known bearded athlete former WWE replying very sincerely to dozens of questions fans asked him.
In one of these, Braun Strowman was asked what he wanted to do as a profession in the next 20 years and with a lot of nonchalance, Strowman came up with a completely different job from that of the pro-wrestler, that is that of the motivational speaker.
The answer to the fan's direct question was in fact: "In all honesty, probably the motivational speaker. I've been through a lot of dark times in my life and I love sharing to help others and show people they can overcome everything they've had in their past."
Apparently, several WWE executives wanted the company to recontact Strowman to bring him back to the federation rings, obviously with a lower salary than previously received. We do not know if there are any negotiations underway, but for the moment nothing is known about the possible return of the former Universal Champion to WWE.
Braun Strowman regularly shares inspiring posts on his Instagram handle. The former Universal Champion has gone through a lot to become a big name in wrestling. Strowman has previously shared details of his struggle with drastic weight gain and revealed that he touched an alarming 418 lbs in 2003.