Braun Strowman, who is known as 'The Monster Among Men' has also been involved in some great rivalries against the likes of legendary superstars like Kane, Big Show and the Undertaker and at the same time has also feuded with strong competitors like Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship. Braun Strowman started his WWE career as a heel when he was a part of The Wyatt Family which included the likes of Eric Rowan, Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper where he used to wear the mask of a black sheep. Braun Strowman has won the Raw Tag Team Championship twice and is also a former WWE Universal Champion. 'The Monster Among Men' is on a roll and he has proved his mettle while taking on the bigger stars. He has spoken about what had happened backstage after his brawl against Bobby Lashley on an episode of Raw.
Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley had faced off each other in a 'Falls Count Anywhere' match on the July 1 episode of Raw which was a couple of weeks before this year's WWE Extreme Rules. During that contest, Bobby Lashley had bodyslammed Braun Strowman on the stage and looked all charged up. However, it did not take too long for Strowman to recover and 'The Monster Among Men' got up and charged at Lashley as both men ended up crashing through the LED wall on the entrance ramp. The match ended in a double count-out as neither of the men could get back on their feet and had to be given medical assistance.
Watch the video of their ugly collision here:
During his recent interview with Sam Roberts on NotSam Wrestling Podcast, 'The Monster Among Men' revealed what had happened after that incident.
"It was unbelievable the feedback I got from my fans. Because, when we did it, I ghost off social media and everything. A lot of people know my Instagram is me, goofy, 6-year-old, giant Adam. So I ghosted off of that and everything and I had people so worried because I had disappeared for two weeks. I am getting text messages from my family, 'Are you okay?' My mom and dad, I smarted them up and they were telling my fans and people I grew up with, 'I haven't heard from him, I know he's in the hospital!' It was great!"
"We got so much mileage out of that little spot and sparked that fire of 'Oh my God! This is real! That was not supposed to happen!' So many people were freaking out like, 'That was an accident!' That's what I love about this business and industry is that it is my job to suspend your disbelief."
Catch the entire interview here:
Seth Rollins overcame Braun Strowman in a hard-fought contest to retain the WWE Universal Championship. Rollins could not keep Strowman down despite delivering three Stomps. However, he was eventually successful as Braun Strowman could not recover from the move as 'The Architect' rolled him for a three-count and picked up a huge win.