Braun Strowman is still in a feud with Bobby Lashley that will actually see the two have a match next week on RAW. This will be a falls count anywhere encounter as well.

Strowman has experienced a few injuries during his time in WWE and while he might not need surgery right now, it appears that he could be working hurt. Then again, working with bumps and bruises is nothing irregular for a WWE Superstar, but this could be starting the effect his performance.

Dave Meltzer discussed Braun Strowman’s decline in work rate during Wrestling Observer Radio. He has observed a dampening in Braun’s speed which isn’t too hard to notice. After all, he was once charging at his opponents at a much quicker speed than he is now.

“I’m bored with Braun’s promos and I think he’s really gone down a lot and he’s hurt too which doesn’t help. You know, I mean he’s lost his speed and that was one of the cool things about him and they don’t even realize they make him work the same match when he could run and when he doesn’t run it just takes you out of it.”


“Because you’re like ‘This guy can’t run,’ I don’t know what it is, his knees — I don’t know what it is, but he’s obviously hurt.”

Hopefully, whatever is wrong with Braun Strowman will be able to get better. Being a WWE Superstar can’t be easy and he put a lot of wear and tear on his body before this point. He doesn’t run as fast as he once did which makes his running around the ring into a tackle spot a lot less impressive.

Whatever is wrong with Strowman obviously isn’t enough to cause him to stop. Because if he needed surgery then WWE would certainly make sure he got it.

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