Running Powerslam; Reverse Chokeslam
Braun Strowman: Bio
If it’s got two legs and a heartbeat, or even four wheels and a flatbed, there’s a good chance Braun Strowman has destroyed it by now. And if he hasn’t, he will.
Initially the towering “Black Sheep” of The Wyatt Family, Strowman broke out on his own following the 2016 WWE Draft and became Raw’s resident titan in swift order, dispatching untold hordes of hapless local competitors before moving on to certified world-beaters like Big Show and Roman Reigns, as the latter emerged as his personal favorite target in 2017.
The Monster Among Men’s dominance isn’t contained within the ring, however. Strowman made a habit of dispatching his foes by using anything that isn’t nailed down, flipping an ambulance over with Reigns trapped inside, slamming Brock Lesnar through two tables and burying him under a third, and superplexing Big Show with such ferocity that the canvas collapsed beneath them.
Strowman teamed with 10-year-old Nicholas at WrestleMania 34 to defeat The Bar for the Raw Tag Team Championship and made history at the first-ever Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, when he outlasted 49 other Superstars to win the Greatest Royal Rumble Match and claim the Greatest Royal Rumble Championship and trophy.
He added to his mantle when he grabbed the coveted briefcase to become Mr. Money in the Bank at WWE Money in the Bank 2018, won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 35, once again captured the Raw Tag Team Titles with Seth Rollins in 2019 and "got his hands" on his first singles championship in January 2020 when he outlasted Shinsuke Nakamura to win the Intercontinental Title. Strowman won the Universal Championship by defeating Goldberg at WrestleMania 36.
With a thirst for competition and a lack of a conscience in any shape or form, Braun Strowman is a Superstar’s nightmare, and one that doesn’t end when the final bell rings. Because even when the match is over, it’s all but certain that he’s not finished with you, and you'll once again have to "Get These Hands."