Since Triple H became the new head of the creative team, a lot has changed in WWE. The Game has shown that it has a very different philosophy from that of its predecessor Vince McMahon, who has decided to step aside due to the misconduct allegations that have come down on him.
The 14-time world champion immediately gave his creative touch to the shows, as well as bringing several stars back to the company who had been released during the pandemic. HHH even convinced Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt and Johnny Gargano to get back into WWE, not forgetting JBL's resounding return as Baron Corbin's new manager.
Strowman defeated the giant Omos at Crown Jewel, the event staged in Saudi Arabia last week. At the end of the match, Braun used Twitter to make fun of Dave Meltzer and throw several digs at those athletes who perform a lot of somersaults while fighting.
As reported by 'Fightful Select', a real uproar would have been generated in the backstage because of Strowman's words.
Dutch Mantell on Braun Strowman
In the latest edition of 'Smack Talk' on Sportskeeda, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell expressed his sincere opinion on the incident: “Braun Strowman's words risk ruining his relationship with other wrestlers and damaging his WWE.
People don't go to buy the goods of the athletes they dislike. That ugly 'release' from Strowman could also affect product sales and merchandising in general. Let's hope Braun has learned his lesson and behaves differently next time." Dutch also talked about JBL: “I think he and Baron Corbin will do great things together.
Bradshaw has been a hugely successful heel and no one knows how to capture the attention of the public better than him. He doesn't even have to try too hard to do it. If he walked into a bar and just looked around without saying a word, he would still attract everyone's attention." Former WWE manager Dutch Mantell recently discussed the World Cup matchup between Braun Strowman and the returning Jinder Mahal.
"Well, that was a textbook win because what Braun Strowman had to do was he had to make Jinder look like he belonged. So if he just went and started beating up from the beginning, the fans would say, 'Oh hell, he didn't beat anybody.'
But now that Jinder got a good amount of offense on him, now when he beat him, he beat somebody." On next week's episode of SmackDown, Sami Zayn will face off against The Brawling Brutes member, Butch.