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Brown Strawman – the only survivor behind the scenes reports




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WWE Survivor Series 2018 surely seemed to put a kibosh in reports that Brown Strouman could have a good old form behind the scenes.

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Strowman & nbsp; was one of the three sole survivors and had a whopping four exceptions for Team Raw in the traditional survival match of the 5-on-5 Survivor Series, which was the last in a series of unusual booking decisions for one of the biggest stars of WWE. & Nbsp; After Stroumann’s short-lived and ultimately pointless heel that lasted less than three months, coupled with his failure to successfully cash in the Money in the Bank suitcase, Stroumann was faced with a one-on-one opportunity against Brock Lesnar to become the Universal Champion in Crown Jewel. He entered this fight as a clear bet win& nbsp; win the Raw & # 39; s top title and relocate the red brand in the absence of Roman Reigns, but the odds were completely wrong.

Strumen lost just three minutes before Lesnar at Crown Jewel, barely covering up a crime and quickly got rid of after taking five F5 from Beast. According to the Fighting Observer (h / t Wrestlinginc), as Lesnar lost, after a cheap storm attack from Baron Corbin, "it did not look like Stroman was crushed, but rather that he survived several F5." But recent reports of what is happening with Strowman behind the scenes suggest that there is more than it seems at first glance regarding the mysterious reservation of a hippopotamus, which many expected him to be pushed to the moon, while Raines is struggling with leukemia.

“Monster among men” seemed to have a monstrous problem, but after he stood high in the Survivor series and removed four stars from Team SmackDown, it may not.

According to Mike Johnson from PWInsider.com (h / t Ringside News), Struman became "his own worst enemy" because of his habit of arriving late to WWE events, leaving early and inability to use proper behind-the-scenes etiquette:

One of the things I’ve heard from a few people, and we’re talking about 4 different people, was that there were times when Strouman was careless about getting on time. He has a reputation from time to time to leave a little earlier, and sometimes makes mistakes in terms of etiquette in the backstage scene and in the locker room, and sometimes, as one person said, “His own worst enemy” and “His worst lawyer”.

They will be high on him, and when he gets to the point that, as you think, the next step will make him occupy a central position for the company, something happens, and he makes some mistakes behind the scenes, and people in management he and they take a step back.

Although there was no confirmation as to whether WWE decided not to let Strawman as a universal champion due to these behavioral problems, reports that WWE is “chilled” on some red hot Strowman, no doubt, it would seem to indicate that Don't make any gains to yourself by developing a reputation for problems in the locker room. At the time, when Stroman seems also dealing with two major knee injuries& nbsp; this can affect both his storylines and his performances in the ring, the last thing Strouman can afford is to find something that can give WWE a reason to bounce off his push.

It seemed that the recent booking of his once irresistible character showed that WWE officials were sending him a stern message: “Form or risk disrupting your career when it should take off.” That was until he dominated the blue brand in the Survivor series.

Due to the absence of Roman reigns, the feud of Seth Rollins with Dean Ambrose and WWE’s stubborn refusal to give Finn Balor a significant push, Struman felt himself the main “dude” candidate on WWE’s flagship show during the break of Raines, no matter how long he was lost. how proven shiver, strong product engineand the larger superstar, which fits in with the stereotypical form of WWE, probably thought that Rains' disease and uncertainty about the long-term future of Lesnar with WWE would pave the way for the Strohmann, the Universal Championship.

Instead, we saw the continuation of a series of dubious creative appeals that, at least in brief, turned Stouman from a guaranteed future world champion into someone with a suddenly cloudy future. As we saw with Daniel Bryan, who was bending towards AJ Styles (a rarity for the top of the cub) after refusal to work controversial event Crown Jewel& nbsp; In Saudi Arabia, WWE has no objection to sending a strong message to its biggest stars that this is the company's way or highway.

What made stars such as Rayans, Meese and John Cena are so successful that they are “company guys” through and through, true dressing room leaders (yes, even the miz), which lead by example and can always be calculated on the management of WWE. Given this report on Stroman’s behavioral issues, it’s clear that WWE may have lost faith in him as a top guy. But his unforgettable work of the Survivor Series probably ended up talking about it.

Judging by how it all happened on the Survivor Series, when Stroman dominated the match, which made him look strong, everything goes the same way as the "Monster among men."

Blake Estricher is an elementary school teacher during the day and at night is a sports writer. He contributed to& Nbsp;@ForbesSportswhere he primarily deals with WWE. You can follow him on Twitter& Nbsp;@BOestriecher,

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WWE Survivor Series 2018 surely seemed to put a kibosh in reports that Brown Strouman could have a good old form behind the scenes.

Credit: WWE / TwitterCredit: WWE / Twitter

Strouman was one of three survivors and had four exceptions for Team Raw in the traditional 5 by 5 series survival game, which was the last in a series of bizarre decisions about booking one of the biggest stars of WWE. After a brief and ultimately meaningless Strawman's heel that lasted less than three months, coupled with his failure to successfully cash in with the Money in the Bank suitcase, Stroumann was faced with the option of one-on-one against Brock Lesnar to become Universal Champion in Crown Jewel. He entered this fight as a clear favorite in betting to win Raw's main title and carry the red mark in the absence of Roman Reigns, but the players in the charts were completely wrong.

Strumen lost just three minutes before Lesnar at Crown Jewel, almost committing a single crime and quickly got rid of after taking five F5s from the Beast. According to the Fighting Observer (h / t WrestlingInc), the way in which Lesnar lost after a cheap storm attack from Baron Corbin, "should not have looked like Stroman was crushed, but rather that he survived several F5". But recent reports of what is happening with Strowman behind the scenes suggest that there is more than it seems at first glance regarding the mysterious reservation of a hippopotamus, which many expected him to be pushed to the moon, while Raines is struggling with leukemia.

“The Monster Among Men” seemed to have a monstrous problem, but after he rose to the Survivor series and expelled four stars from Team SmackDown, it may not.

According to Mike Johnson from PWInsider.com (h / t Ringside News), Stroman became “his worst enemy” because of his habit of late events in WWE, leaving early and failing to use the proper thesis about the scenes:

One of the things I’ve heard from a few people, and we’re talking about 4 different people, was that there were times when Strouman was careless about getting on time. He has a reputation from time to time to leave a little earlier, and sometimes makes mistakes in terms of etiquette in the backstage scene and in the locker room, and sometimes, as one person said, “His own worst enemy” and “His worst lawyer”.

They will be high on him, and when he gets to the point that, as you think, the next step will make him occupy a central position for the company, something happens, and he makes some mistakes behind the scenes, and people in management he and they take a step back.

Although there was no confirmation as to whether WWE decided not to let Strawman as the universal champion because of these behavioral problems, reports that WWE “cooled” on the once-hot-red Strowman would undoubtedly indicate that he did not makes promotes reputation as a problem in the locker room. At a time when Stroumann apparently also deals with two serious knee injuries that can affect both his storylines and his performances in the ring, the last thing Struman can afford is to find that Something that can give WWE a reason to reduce back on its push.

It seemed that the recent booking of his once irresistible character showed that WWE officials were sending him a stern message: “Form or risk disrupting your career when it should take off.” That was until he dominated the blue brand in the Survivor series.

Due to the absence of the Roman kingdom, the hostility of Seth Rollins with Dean Ambrose and WWE's stubborn refusal to give Finn Balor a significant push, Struman felt like the main candidate to be a “guy” on the WWE flagship show during the break of Raines, but for a long time be lost. As a proven draw, a strong truck and a superstar of supernatural life that fits into the stereotypical form of WWE, it surely seemed that Raines’s illness and uncertainty about the long-term future of Lesnar with WWE would pave the way for Stroman to have a long run with the Universal Championship.

Instead, we saw the continuation of a series of dubious creative appeals that, at least in brief, turned Stouman from a guaranteed future world champion into someone with a suddenly cloudy future. As we saw with Daniel Bryan tapping AJ Styles clean (a rarity for the Babyface top) after refusing to work the controversial Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia, WWE is not against sending a strong message for its biggest stars, which is the way of a company or highway.

What made such stars such as “Rayans”, “Meese” and “John Cena” so successful that they are “guys” through and through the real dressing room leaders (yes, even The Miz) who lead by example and can always pay for on the management of WWE. Given this report on Stroman’s behavioral issues, it’s clear that WWE may have lost faith in him as a top guy. But his unforgettable work of the Survivor Series probably ended up talking about it.

Judging by the fact that everything happened on the Survivor series, when Stroman dominated the match, which made him look strong, everything goes the same way as was planned for the “Monster among Men”.

Blake Estricher is an elementary school teacher during the day and at night is a sports writer. He contributed to @ForbesSportswhere he primarily deals with WWE. You can follow him on Twitter @BOestriecher,


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