The former WWE star Braun Strowman is very popular for his stint in Vince McMahon’s company. The heavyweight has been dominant inside the ring and was a nightmare for his opponent. It was due to his ability to destroy anyone who stood in his path.
He is quite active on his Instagram account and had posted a picture back in November which was surprisingly removed by the social media platform recently. The picture saw ‘The Monster Among Men’ kicking the current WWE star Keith Lee during a match.
Braun Strowman lashes out at Instagram’s policy
Strowman took to his Instagram Stories on Sunday and take a shot at them for removing his picture which is related to his job. Here is what he wrote: “@instagram is a joke with the sensor [sic] of stuff. I can’t even have a pic of my former job that I posted in November!!!! #GetAGrip”
You can check out the screenshots below:
Braun Strowman was recently spotted at a bare knuckle boxing event on Friday. The promotion, Bare Knuckle FC had sent out a tweet of Strowman and teased “Next BKFC signee?”
WWE wants Braun Strowman back in the company
Strowman had been a main-event star but was shockingly released by WWE on June 2 during the major budget cuts. He is currently under WWE’s usual 90-day non-compete clause. He will be eligible to sign with another promotion on Tuesday, August 31.
A new report last week noted that WWE has an interest in bringing Strowman back to the company. WWE also released some new Strowman merchandise on the official WWE Shop, earlier this week. WWE Shop released two pieces of merchandise for Strowman which are a $27.99 “Monsters Are Real” muscle t-shirt, and a $27.99 “Monsters Are Real” tank top.
AEW have are planning to bag some major signings with former WWE veteran stars, CM Punk and Daniel. They seemed to be closing in on the signings and this could be the reason Vince McMahon could be eyeing to bring back the former WWE Universal Champion. WWE has already surprised the fans with some returns and who knows, we might end up seeing ‘The Monster Among Men’ back in the WWE ring.