WWE Braun Strowman: 5 Best matches of The Monster Among Men

WWE Braun Strowman: The shocking release of ‘The Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman has left the WWE Universe shocked. The reason behind his release is anticipated as part of WWE’s budget cut process, but an official word on his ouster is yet to be known. 

Over the years, Strowman has left quite an impression on WWE. He has been involved in some of the most memorable matches. In this post, we have listed 5 of his best bouts in WWE so far. 

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WWE Braun Strowman: Elimination Chamber 2018: Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns vs. The Miz vs. John Cena vs. Seth Rollins vs. The Miz vs. Elias

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This Elimination Chamber bout was one of its kind. The reason being, this was the first-ever Elimination Chamber match involving 7 participants.

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The Monster Among Men made a record that will remain untouched for the years to come. He eliminated five competitors in the match, which is the most in any Elimination Chamber bout. He overpowered every other superstar involved, including Roman Reigns. WWE’s favorite son Roman Reigns won the match as he was pushed heavily by the higher authority. But it was Braun Strowman who stole the show and got the fanbase behind him.

WWE Braun Strowman: Ambulance match: At Great Balls of Fire (2017) vs. Roman Reigns


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Undoubtedly, The Monster Among Men’s greatest rivalry in WWE has been against Roman Reigns. One of the gigantic pictures of this rivalry came in the Ambulance match between the two powerhouses at the Great Balls of Fire PPV.

Despite being a Heel, Braun Strowman was a fan favorite. It was a match full of violence and powerhouse moves. The lead-up to this match was also praiseworthy. Strowman and Reigns battled it out all over the arena before Strowman speared reigns into the Ambulance to finish things off.

WWE Braun Strowman: Winning the 2018 Money in the Bank Ladder Match

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Braun Strowman was a rare amalgamation of brute strength and athletic abilities. For a Monster standing at 6ft 8 inches and weighing 385 pounds, climbing a ladder to grab the briefcase was always going to be tough. But Strowman was different, and he did the unthinkable.

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He was up against some high flyers and leaner superstars like Finn Balor, The Miz, Robert Roode, Kofi Kingston, Samoa Joe, Rusev, and Kevin Owens. These were some of the proven performers in Ladder matches, but Strowman defied all the odds stacked up against him and went on to climb the ladder to claim the briefcase. 

WWE Braun Strowman: Winning his only Universal Championship title against Goldberg at Wrestlemania 36

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Owing to COVID-19 restrictions, Wrestlemania 36 took place inside an empty WWE Performance Centre. Braun faced the Goldberg on the first night of the two nights show. It was a lackluster and uninspired bout with no crowd involved but gave Strowman a new identity of a Champion.

It took Strowman three running powerslams to humble the Universal Champion Goldberg, and finally, Strowman was at the top of the mountain, but mostly due to Roman’s indefinite break, otherwise, WWE’s favorite son would have been up against Goldberg for the Universal Championship. Braun’s only Universal Championship title reign lasted for 141 days.

WWE Braun Strowman: Steel Cage Match vs. Roman Reigns: WWE Raw 2017

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Strowman and Reigns have been involved in some of the most brutal battles of all time, and thankfully it is Strowman who has had Reigns’ numbers. In this particular Steel Cage match, the Monster Among Men completely manhandled Reigns and threw him like a douchebag all across the ring.

This match was finally time for the feud to end. Strowman, after winning this brutal match, solidified his status in WWE and continued his path of glory for the years to come. Unfortunately, despite putting up some astonishing and high-octane performances like this, Vince McMahon & Co. never gave him apt opportunities as a future main eventer, unlike their favorite son Roman Reigns.