WWE Braun Strowman: Braun Strowman bid adieu to WWE, shocked fans say ‘You deserve better’

WWE Braun Strowman: Braun Strowman bid adieu to WWE, shocked fans
WWE Braun Strowman: Braun Strowman bid adieu to WWE, shocked fans

WWE Braun Strowman – Fans Shocked as Braun Strowman Released by WWE: The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on Tuesday confirmed the release of several big wrestlers, including Braun Strowman. The development has left several fans in shock which comes even as the company re-signed him for a four-year contract in 2019 and used regularly at public relations and media engagements. Replying to the development, Braun Strowman looked back at his WWE career and wrote, “ What a chapter in life. Thank you!!!!!”

WWE Braun Strowman: The release of Braun Strowman has left fans in despair who believes he deserves a better platform than the WWE.

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Replying to the development, a fan wrote, “You deserve better then WWE”

“Gonna miss you on TV, hope you land somewhere elite soon,” replied another user.

One of the users even suggested him to go to AEW.

“Why in the hell would they release you. You should go to AEW. I watched the pay perview this Sunday and it was awesome. The WWE are getting boring.”

“Thanks for your wrestling on TV. Just too bad that company sucks balls now. On to AEW wrestling. Braun you do good there,” another user added.

WWE Braun Strowman: One of the users even questioned the WWE over the release of the star wrestler.

“Why are they releasing him? Are they just throwing talents names in a paper bag? Shuffling it and whatever names come out is who they release?” he stated.

Expressing gratitude, a user tweeted, “Thank you Braun for all these great memories,” along with pictures of Braun Strowman.”

Meanwhile, three-time WWE champion Mick Foley said that he was surprised by the decision. He feels that Strowman is a big enough name to choose his next destination.

“The Strowman release is particularly surprising – but I’m guessing Braun can write his own ticket for anywhere he’d like to work. A fired up Strowman would seem like a can’t miss signing for @AEW,” he wrote on Twitter.

“I know Braun has spoken of never working for another company – but unless he’s set for life at age 37, he might want to explore his options,” he added.

WWE Braun Strowman: Budget-related cuts have become a common practice in WWE ever since the global pandemic disrupted human lives. Last month, WWE ended its terms with over 30 employees, including both in-ring performers and backstaff management.

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