Braun Strowman Suspended Indefinitely, Former Universal Champion Responds

Last night on Monday Night Raw, Braun Strowman was one of the stars who opened the show and was seen as a potential candidate to challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship at TLC.

Strowman seemed frustrated that he wouldn’t be handed the title opportunity and then put his hands on WWE producer Adam Pearce.

It was later acknowledged that Strowman had been sent home and Pearce stated that he would have fired him if the decision was up to him.

Earlier today, WWE announced on their Twitter account that The Monster Among Men had been suspended indefinitely. This means that there is an unknown timeline for his return.

Strowman himself responded to the announcement on his own Twitter account where he talked about his accomplishments speaking for themselves and that he was sick of the backstage politics.

There is a belief that Strowman could be the man to challenge Drew McIntyre at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs on December 20th, which means that he would have to show up on next week’s Raw.

Of course, WWE stars have a history of not following the rules of suspensions, and Braun Strowman could decide to interfere in the triple threat match to ensure that there isn’t a winner.