Braun Strowman swears eternal love to WWE

by   |  VIEW 428

Braun Strowman swears eternal love to WWE

The new course initiated by Triple H has produced a long series of changes. The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, immediately gave his creative touch to the shows and it didn't take long for him to breathe new air backstage.

In addition to transferring some of NXT's talents to the main roster, The Game has fostered the return to the company of several stars who had been released. Athletes such as Johnny Gargano, Karrion Kross, Dexter Lumis, Dakota Kai and Braun Strowman have been raving fans over the past few weeks.

'The Monster Among Men' was released by WWE in June 2021 to general amazement. During this time, Braun has performed primarily in the 'Control Your Narrative' promotion, which he founded together with another former WWE talent (EC3).

A guest on the latest edition of the 'After The Bell' podcast, Strowman said he will not work for any other wrestling company outside of WWE.

Backstage news on Braun Strowman

“I had always said in interviews that I would only fight in WWE during my career and I have fulfilled that promise.

After being released last year, I performed in the CYN promotion that I founded together with EC3. I started this project and worked for myself, allowing many young talents to show off their talents. I have stayed true to my promise and now I am finally back home” - said Braun Strowman.

Braun has no regrets: “Honestly, I needed to take a break from WWE. Nine years in the same company is not easy for anyone to manage. It's like driving a Ferrari at 200km / h for nine long years, you only see the tunnel at one point.

I had the opportunity to get out of that bubble after having achieved extraordinary results. I beat anyone there was to beat in WWE, I took every title except the United States and I was in the main event of all the PPVs." Former WWE head writer Vince Russo isn't a fan of how Braun Strowman re-debuted in WWE after being released last year.

"It was terrible, absolutely terrible. Listen, I put some of the onus on Braun because if I'm Braun and I've been away... I am going to question, before I agree to do anything, 'what are the plans for bringing me back? Lay it out to me.'

Many, many, many talents asked me that throughout my career when they were out and they were hurt. I would lay it out to them, we would talk about it."