WWE released Braun Strowman from his contract today. That release, blamed on budget cuts, was one of six. AEW can’ t bring everyone into their company, but Mick Foley would certainly suggest that they give a look Strowman’s way.

Mick Foley sent out a pair of tweets about Braun Strowman. He expressed a bit of shock at the Monster Among Men’s release, and then he made a very bold assertion. Foley sad that a “fired up Strowman” could be a “can’t miss signing” for All Elite Wrestling.

The Strowman release is particularly surprising – but I’m guessing Braun can write his own ticket for anywhere he’d like to work.

A fired up Strowman would seem like a can’t miss signing for @AEW


I know Braun has spoken of never working for another company – but unless he’s set for life at age 37, he might want to explore his options.

Braun Strowman was costing WWE $1 million per year. It’s highly unlikely that AEW will shell out that kind of money, but they could provide him with a good paycheck and an opportunity to launch his brand the way he sees fit.

We’ll have to see how this situation pans out, because Strowman isn’t the only Superstar WWE released today and AEW can’t sign them all.

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