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Braun Strowman Returns to WWE, Destroys 4 Tag Teams in No. 1 Contender Match

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After getting released from the business this past year, former universal champion Braun Strowman made his WWE return with this week’s bout of Monday Night Raw.

Strowman surprisingly appeared throughout a Fatal-4-Way tag team match that has been likely to determine the No. 1 contender for the undisputed tag team championships. He attacked the participants in the match and destroyed security before celebrating with the crowd.




THE MONSTER AMONG MEN is on a path of destruction on #WWERaw!

Strowman’s return came after’s Mike Johnson reported on Sept. 1 that Strowman had decided to a cope with the business and will be present for the Sept. 5 Raw in Kansas City, Missouri.

Following that report, WWE head of creative Triple H was asked concerning the chance for Strowman returning within an interview with Ariel Helwani of BT Sport.

Triple H didn’t provide a definitive answer, but he did praise The Monster Among Men, saying (h/t’s Taylor Sanchez): “Braun Strowman, we’ll see. It’s funny, he’s a polarizing person a bit sometimes available, but for a man his size and what he brings to the table can be an amazing athlete. You do not see way too many guys that big, that fast.”

Strowman, who turns 39 on Tuesday, signed a developmental cope with WWE in 2013 following a career in strongman competitions.

Without ever having a televised match in NXT, Strowman was called around WWE’s main roster in 2015 within the Wyatt Family, and he continued to become probably the most dominant Superstars in the business during his tenure.

From 2015 until his shocking release on June 2, 2021, Strowman racked up numerous accolades, including holding the Universal and Intercontinental Championships onetime each and the Raw Tag Team Championships once.

He was also a one-time winner of the men’s Profit the lender ladder match, plus he won the best Royal Rumble and the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 35.

Strowman beat Goldberg for the universal title at WrestleMania 36 2 yrs ago when he subbed in as an alternative for Roman Reigns.

He continued to carry the title for 141 days and premiered from the business less than per year after dropping the championship.

While Strowman’s release came amid a bevy of talent departures because of budget cuts, it came as an enormous surprise since he was seemingly always a popular of Vince McMahon because of his size and strength.

McMahon’s retirement has opened the entranceway for a number of former WWE Superstars to come back to the business given that Triple H reaches the helm of creative, and Strowman may be the latest in what’s already an extended type of wrestlers another.

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