Braun Strowman Teases He’s ‘Closer And Closer’ To A WWE Return

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Braun Strowman has been absent from WWE television, but he recently hinted at a return.

Strowman has been absent from in-ring action since May due to a neck injury. The Monster Among Men had neck surgery in June to repair the issue.

Strowman previously gave an update on his health, confirming he had a cervical fusion on the C4 and C5 vertebrae in his neck. More recently, Strowman shared a post on Twitter highlighting some of the procedures his surgeon has performed, and teased his return to WWE.

“Closer and closer. The Monster’s Coming Home!!!!” Braun Strowman tweeted.

Strowman’s last match was a tag team win with Ricochet over Alpha Academy on the May 1, 2023 episode of RAW.

During a recent visit to India, Braun Strowman was interviewed by Ranveer from the Beer Biceps YouTube channel. Strowman shared how Bray Wyatt was a great human and took care of him.

“Everything. Just Everything. Everything about him [is great]. He’s great. How he was with people [that’s what stuck with him as a friend]. He never met a stranger, he was kind to everyone, he was a family man. More so what people saw on the screen. It was what I saw behind the scenes. Because we spent… Well we spent more time together than we do with our own families. So just being able to learn from that man and him like… I didn’t have… When I moved to Florida and started wrestling for WWE, I made more money than I ever made in my life.”

Strowman also mentioned that Wyatt paid for everything for him during his very first month in the main roster.

“But it was a totally different standard of living. So living with a one-bedroom apartment with a car with insurance and all this stuff, I’m living still barely surviving week to week. And when I got called up on the main roster, I didn’t have enough money to pay for my hotel rooms when we went on the road. So for the first month, Bray paid for everything for me. He bought me food, he paid for my hotel rooms, all that stuff. And then I drove him around everywhere and I learned from him. And it’s just like the same thing.

“If there’s self-made, I don’t believe in that. Because then again, another person that reached out their hand to help me get ahead in life. And especially in like a… That industry here everybody’s fighting for that spot, he didn’t have to do that. Yes [a selfless guy]. He was the brotherest of brothers,” Braun Strowman said.

Are you excited to see the former WWE Universal Champion return to the squared circle?

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