Braun Strowman Teases Plans For Return To Wrestling Following WWE Release

Strowman departed WWE in June

Braun Strowman has suggested he has some big plans in place for his return to wrestling. 

Strowman - real name Adam Scherr - was released by WWE in June in one of the more surprising departures from the promotion this year. The former Universal Champion had just been in a WWE Championship match in one of the main events at WrestleMania: Backlash, and competed against Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 37.

Strowman recently did a Q&A session with fans on his Instagram account, with one individual asking the 37-year-old about his plans to return to wrestling in the future. The Monster Among Men indicated he had some plans in the pipeline that he was looking forward to sharing.

Strowman said: "I've got a lot of really, really cool stuff in the works. I'm really excited to share with everyone, just gotta wait a little bit longer. It's coming. You'll see."

Strowman's 90-day non-compete will be expiring next month, meaning fans won't need to wait long to see what he has lined up.

H/T SportsKeeda Wrestling

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