Braun Strowman acknowledges that his fighting style is gradually disappearing.
Since his WWE debut, Braun Strowman has stood out as a superstar over seven feet tall with great skill in the ring despite his obvious limitations. However, this type of fighter is becoming more challenging in the industry.
During an interview with SHAK Wrestling, Braun Strowman spoke about this matter and acknowledged that he is one of the last fighters left with his characteristics and fighting style.
A lot of it stems from the question of, ‘Who would I wrestle if I could wrestle anyone at all times?’ and it’s the same answer every time. It’s André the Giant. Andre the Giant is sports entertainment. He is why this industry is what it is and is recognized worldwide. It is a global entity. When discussing WWE, you can’t mention this company without saying Andre, the Giant.
So from him to Big Show, Kane, The Undertaker, Mark Henry, and all these other giant men that have come and gone in this business, I am one of the last of a dying breed of these dinosaurs. So, I carry on a tradition and a legacy that is fading.
I look like this giant, imposing, scary monster, but at the end of the day, I’m a passionate, caring, loving, articulate human being. I want to be able to portray not only what the monster side of things looks like but also to show the world that there’s More than it seems. Do not judge a book by its cover.
Braun Strowman returned to WWE last September after being out of the company for more than a year after being fired in June 2021 during budget cuts due to COVID-19.