Braun Strowman remains one of the biggest stars in all of WWE, especially after his return to the company. He was released last year for a shocking reason and fans didn’t get it either. Strowman is an old-school believer and he woke up and chose violence recently, as he took shots at Kenny Omega and AEW.

The Monster Among Men defeated Omos at WWE Crown Jewel in a true monster vs monster match. It was truly a spectacle if nothing else. Following the conclusion of the match, Strowman took shot at Dave Meltzer’s rating system.

Braun Strowman once again took to Twitter and made it clear that he does not like acrobatic wrestlers. Strowman replied to fan who noted that they’d rather watch two giants battle than ‘flippy s**t.’ He also responded to a fan who reminded him of the time he insulted indie wrestlers.

You get it thank you. This weird subculture of of you gotta do flips and kill your selfs. Even though we want you to do it for free without any money to support what you you have to go through . The broke ass loud mouth iwc can ( in the words of DX suck it side ways)”


Nah definitely didn’t (s**t on) the indies. I s**t on lazy people that want other people to (pay their) bills instead of going out and hustling how they can to survive. That what I did and. Welll I’m aight!!!”

Strowman made his point by posting a photo of himself under a window that said “sh*t indie.” We have to wonder how long he’s been holding onto that picture for such an occasion.

Chris Jericho also chimed in on the matter. Obviously, Strowman’s monster of a tweet is gaining momentum on Elon Musk’s social media platform.

Braun Strowman and Omos also pleased WWE officials with their match. It is clear that Strowman will never want to have anything to do with AEW now.

What’s your take on what Strowman said? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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