New details on Braun Strowman's future



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New details on Braun Strowman's future

The global pandemic has also brought the sports entertainment sector to its knees, which has only been breathing again for a few months. Due to the empty arenas and subsequent crisis, WWE has been forced to release more than 50 superstars in the past year and a half.

Performers such as Braun Strowman, Aleister Black, Andrade, Mickie James and even Bray Wyatt had to pack. As if that weren't enough, rival All Elite Wrestling strengthened by signing two true champions like CM Punk and Daniel Bryan (now Bryan Danielson).

Among the most sensational releases of recent months, there is certainly that of Braun Strowman. During his Stamford-based federation career, which began in 2013, the 38-year-old has once held the Universal title, once the Intercontinental Championship and twice the Raw Tag Team Championship.

He also won the 2018 edition of the Money in the Bank and the André the Giant Memorial Trophy at WrestleMania 35. Speaking in the latest edition of 'INSIGHT' with Chris Van Vliet, EC3 said he was convinced that Braun has a bright future in front of him.

What's next for Braun Strowman?

“Braun Strowman must have been very sorry about his farewell to WWE, as he had been routed into the system by now and knows nothing else for the moment. He just has to experience something different to open his eyes” - explained EC3.

“The balance of his career in WWE is still positive, given that he has shown himself and participated in many important events. He can calmly choose his next destination, he will get great support from fans. I'm 100% sure of what I'm saying” - he added.

Interviewed by 'Busted Open Radio' a few days ago, Strowman retraced his WWE adventure: "My character has always remained the same, so I haven't had the chance to show the human side that is inside me. Even though I'm gigantic and awe-inspiring, I can also be a kind and caring man."

Speaking on his life after WWE on the Busted Open Radio, Adam mentioned that he was relieved to be away from the giant microscope as a WWE Superstar. The star also touched upon his Free the Narrative series, which unveiled the layers of Adam Scherr as a human rather than WWE's 'Monster among Men.

"I’ve been this monster and I had this unbelievable career being this monster, this corporate monster that I was made and turned into. But I didn’t always have the opportunity to show Adam, the human side, that I’m a real person.

Even though I am gigantic and I can rip people’s skin off with my bare hands, I’m still a caring, kind human being. And this was the first time I had an opportunity to be 100% creative," Scherr said.