Backstage details on WWE plans for Braun Strowman

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Backstage details on WWE plans for Braun Strowman

There was a report on the news of the possible injury to the knee of the former WWE Universal Champion, Braun Strowman, with the angle seen in the last episode of Monday Night Raw, in which the bearded giant hit WWE official Adam Pearce that had in fact been orchestrated by the company's management to oust the Monster Among Men from the federation ring.

His indefinite suspension, which came immediately after the brutal attack perpetrated against Pearce, in fact, had to be used by the WWE to keep the athlete as long as necessary away from the in-ring action, should the fighter need time to recover physically.

Apparently, however, in the last few hours, a new indiscretion would have completely wiped out that of the injury, with the latest news on the wrestler's knee that would be rosier than ever.

New details on Braun Strowman's injury

Apparently, the news about Braun Strowman's possible injury that emerged yesterday from one of the Wrestling Observer newsletters, would be unfounded, with several sources inside the WWE that would have denied the thing, as reported by Ringside News.

As reported by the journalists of the well-known overseas site, the injury of the bearded giant of the company's flag show would not appear in any script and any weekly report of the federation, with detailed reports drawn up inside the backstage that denote any information important, so as not to create on-screen trouble with their athletes.

If Braun Strowman was injured on Sunday night, in his Series elimination match, surely a note or at least a message would have appeared in the various reports of the evening, with the situation of the Raw giant becoming more and more mysterious.

At the moment, Braun Strowman is still part of the Superstars that can be used during the show, even if the situation remains uncertain and the journalists of the well-known American site are waiting to give a definitive judgment on the affair.

Meltzer says the suspension is just a storyline to build up heat for Strowman as a heel and he’s getting the match against McIntyre either way. Meltzer said that he should get a confirmation on the story by Friday, “I’ve heard this from one source but I’m still awaiting confirmation from a few more people”.

TLC is just three weeks away, so Strowman’s suspension will have to be resolved quickly if this is the direction they’re heading in. Either way, Meltzer remains convinced he is McIntyre’s next challenger.