Once again, Braun Strowman showed the world his strength this week on Monday Night Raw, similar to how he did last week when he pulled down part of the Raw set on top of his Royal Rumble opponents in Brock Lesnar and Kane.
Last week on Raw, The Monster Among Men used a grappling hook to pull down the Raw set scaffolding on top of The Beast and The Big Red Machine. This week at the beginning of Raw, he paid the consequences for his actions.
At the top of the show, Raw general manager Kurt Angle addressed Strowman in the middle of the ring and said he was fired from the WWE because he created an unsafe working environment, removing him from the Universal Championship match at the Royal Rumble.
This did not go down well with The Monster Among Men, and, as you would expect, he responded by causing havoc in the backstage area, throwing security against the walls and threw tables, putting Curt Hawkins threw a table, as well as targetting WWE's TV production truck in more ways than one.
As you can see in the video below, not only did he try to shut down the live broadcast of Raw inside the production truck trailer, but he also unhooked the trailer and flipped the truck over despite the pleas of Angle in a similar fashion to when he flipped over an ambulance last year during his feud with Roman Reigns.
Later, after causing even more havoc, this time by throwing Michael Cole off the stage of Raw, Strowman was reinstated on Raw and was placed back in the triple threat match against Kane and Lesnar at the Royal Rumble at the end of the month for the Universal title.
This is just another example of Strowman doing almost everything in order to try and get his way and show he is the most dominant superstar in the WWE. In 2017, he threw superstars through steel cages, broke rings with suplexes, survived in garbage trucks, ambulance crashes, as well as flipping over an ambulance with Reigns inside.
In 2018, he's started as he means to go on, as The Monster Among Men wants to continue his dominance in WWE. He has shown this over the past two weeks and he'll want to continue this into the Royal Rumble in order to win the Universal Championship. 2018 is going to be a great year for Strowman.
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