One of the main talking points following the WWE brand split was the fact Braun Strowman separated from his fellow Wyatt family members.
Strowman found himself on Monday Night Raw after being picked by Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon, whilst Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan were drafted to SmackDown LIVE by Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon.
After returning from injury, Luke Harper also completed his switch to the blue brand, despite initially being scheduled for Raw, which now leaves Strowman cast aside from his former stable members.
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In recent weeks, Strowman has been used in squash matches, defeating local competitors with great ease, pinning them within minutes of the bell ringing.
However, after urging Foley to give him more competition, he started getting put in handicap matches and one-on-three matches.
Of course, that was still no problem for Strowman, and his quest for real competition continues. Having said that, a certain Sami Zayn stood up to the challenge last week, which means a feud between the two is likely to continue.
Despite Strowman being a major heel right now, WWE legend and Hall of Famer Jim Ross believes he could one day become a big face for the company.
Answering questions on his blog, JR was asked about Strowman's character and the fact he's now a singles competitor, and he seems to believe he is travelling the right road and has a very bright future ahead of him.
So much so, the former commentator somewhat surprisingly believes Strowman could one day be a 'giant face' for the company.
He said: “Strowman is seemingly traveling the right road and has a ton of potential. Could be a giant, 'face someday.”
Not sure many would see Strowman as a face, but JR has clearly seen something in the monster.
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