Braun Strowman's next WWE feud could be with The Big Show

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One of the more interesting storylines in WWE these days is what on earth Monday Night Raw are going to do with Braun Strowman.

The former Wyatt member has been drafted to the red brand without his fellow members, with Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, and Erick Rowan all going to SmackDown LIVE.

With Strowman going solo on Monday nights, it's safe to say a lot of the WWE Universe didn't really know how he would be booked or where he'd fit in on the roster.


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However, fast forward a couple of months, and Strowman's character is actually gaining some momentum. It's not main event momentum, but there is certainly something there to work on.

After initially having squash matches on Raw, in which James Ellsworth arrived on the scene, Strowman started to then have handicap matches and one-on-three matches.

But that wasn't enough for the man mountain. He wanted legit competition and he continued to threaten Mick Foley to provide him with that.

Sami Zayn answered that challenge, but it doesn't look like that feud will last very long.

Strowman is currently focusing on Survivor Series and the fact he's one member of the Monday Night Raw team alongside Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, and Seth Rollins.

However, after Survivor Series, Strowman is in real need of a long-running feud, and according to NoDQ, that feud could be with The Big Show.

At first reading, that probably sounds pretty miserable for the majority of the WWE Universe, but it gives Strowman a chance to prove his strength and power against one of the biggest athletes the company has ever had.

During WWE's latest European Tour, Strowman has been competing with Big Show in bodyslam challenges, and that's expected to continue throughout December.

It's claimed that the rivalry will start on WWE TV as well following next weekend's pay-per-view.

It might not be the most exciting plans for Strowman, but it certainly gives WWE a massive advertising opportunity, with 'Battle of the Giants' seriously being considered.

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