Braun Strowman is not called “The monster among men” for nothing. But even someone of his stature finds that some stunts performed in the WWE are “terrifying.”
Braun Strowman has really exploded into the main event scene this year after parting with The Wyatt Family; fighting with people like Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, Sami Zayn and Kalisto in the process. Finally, he found himself spearheading a pay-per-view (PPV) program with Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title.
He has also obtained the best of Roman Reigns several times during his intense dispute that lasted several months.
Now he is once again in the title picture as his rivalry with Kane has taken him to the main event of the Royal Rumble, a Triple Threat bout between himself, “The Big Red Machine” and Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
Strowman was recently interviewed on the “With Spandex” podcast to discuss his promotion within the company and talked about his various fights during the year.
They discussed the birth of their rivalry with Kane, which occurred in the PPV of Stairs and Table Chairs (TLC) earlier this year.
Braun Strowman was recently interviewed on the “With Spandex” podcast to discuss his promotion within the company and talked about his various fights during the year.
They discussed the birth of their rivalry with Kane, which occurred in the PPV of Ladders and Table Chairs (TLC) earlier this year.
Kane, Strowman, The Miz and The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro) faced Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Kurt Angle in a TLC match. Finally, Strowman’s team turned to him and threw him into the back of a garbage truck.
They asked Strowman about his experience in the garbage truck and they noticed that it was a “terrifying” experience.
“I had to … I had to … No, I was in a garbage truck for a week, so I had to jump out of nine different garbage trucks to cross the country and appear there
“That was really scary.
“I never thought it was claustrophobic or anything like that, but being behind that and knowing that I had literally separated myself a few seconds to separate myself from the compactor to be crushed, it was a little distressing.
“All these crazy tricks and things that I do, the boss throws them to many and I do not really care much, because I know he would never ask me to do something he would not do.
“At the end of the day I feel comfortable doing it, because we have an amazing special effects team and specialist team on hand and things like that, and safety is the first and most important thing in your mind when you’re going through all this stuff.
“So at the end of the day I feel safe doing it, but it’s still a bit distressing to be in the back of a garbage truck with the potential to be crushed.”
What are your thoughts on Strowman’s comments regarding his place in the garbage truck at TLC being ‘scary’? Do you think Strowman has already established himself as one of the best men in the industry today? And what else is “The Monster Among Men” in your eyes? Your opinion in the comments section