Braun Strowman posts a brilliantly timed picture of him and Roman Reigns


One of the more entertaining rivalries in the WWE over the past two years has been between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman.

With Brock Lesnar's part-time status in the company, Strowman was Reigns' full-time heel adversary on Monday Night Raw in the main event scene and it produced some fantastic moments.

From The Monster Among Men flipping an ambulance with The Big Dog inside, to Roman reversing an ambulance at speed with Braun inside into a truck, to great matches in the ring, Reigns vs Strowman was one of WWE's best rivalries throughout 2017 and 2018.

Although they were rivals in the ring, they're good friends outside of it, and that friendship came to light more when Reigns announced he had leukaemia back in October, as Strowman was one of the first superstars to greet him backstage after his moment in the ring.

With The Big Dog taking a hiatus from the WWE to receive cancer treatment, The Monster Among Men wants to remind fans of the connection the two had in the ring with a hilariously timed photo.

In the photo, you can see Reigns going up for a Superman Punch on Strowman in the middle of the ring, with Strowman lifting his hands up to try and block it.

However, due to the timing of which the photo was taken, it looks like Strowman is actually holding Reigns up in the air. The Monster Among Men joked about this by using the caption 'dirty dancing'.

Reigns is currently out of action with his battle against leukaemia and has been since October.

It's unclear as to when he will be back performing for the WWE again, but according to many superstars that are close to him, he's making good progress in his fight.

Braun Strowman posts a hilariously timed photo of him and Roman Reigns

As for Strowman, he is close to returning to in-ring action following his elbow surgery at the end of last year.

The Monster Among Men is currently booked to face Lesnar for the Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble later this month.

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