Braun Strowman is currently being built up and pushed as an absolute powerhouse and an unbeatable wrestler on Monday Night Raw, beating whoever opposed him in the ring within minutes, or sometimes even seconds.
Now, however, all of that is starting to become stale, and he needs some real competition to properly prove himself as a dominant force in the WWE. Beating indies stars and people like Sin Cara every week simply isn't going to cut it in the fan's eyes.
The company has recognised this, and Raw general manager Mick Foley sent out a Facebook post asking who could be his next opponent with the very recognisable catchphrase, 'Who's Next?'
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Foley's post said: "WHO'S NEXT? While I'm still not quite sure what Braun Strowman's comment about whether "there might not be a next week" meant he would not be at Raw the next week, I might not live to see the next week, or that the week may not exist at all (the end of the world) it's clear this guy wants some competition - just when I was lining up #StrowmanVsEllsworth2.
"Who should be next for Braun Strohman?"
Was that just a tease for Goldberg to face Strowman? After all, Goldberg's catchphrase is after all 'Who's next?'
Perhaps not, as I doubt Goldberg would be willing to return to the WWE to go over in his first match back to the former Wyatt Family member. WWE wouldn't want to damage Strowman's push by having him lose to Goldberg either. More realistic opponents would be pitting him against other big guys like The Big Show or Mark Henry.
Another idea, which was in the comments section below this post, was for him to interfere in the Hell in a Cell match of Roman Reigns vs Rusev for the United States Championship by breaking open the cell. This would be a great way to not only insert Strowman into a title picture but to also show his brute strength as he tore the cell apart with his bare hands.
That would certainly be something many WWE fans would like to see.