‘The Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman took to his Instagram account today to post a message about his latest milestone in WWE.

In case you missed ‘Raw‘ this past week, Braun Strowman became the number one contender for Brock Lesnar’s WWE Universal Championship after he brutally attacked ‘The Beast Incarnate’ following their ‘SummerSlam‘ match the night before. We highly suggest you watch this highlight of Strowman’s attack on Lesnar in preparation for their upcoming ‘No Mercy’ pay-per-view match.

Braun Strowman attacks Universal Champion Brock Lesnar: Raw, Aug. 21, 2017

Strowman has now reached two years on the main roster in WWE. He had the following to say on his Instagram post about his milestone:

“And on this day two years ago I introduced #TheMonsterAmongMen to the world!!!! It’s crazy to look back at this photo because this was maybe the 9th time I’d ever been in front of a crowd. So many people judge me and said I would never be more than another failed attempt at a giant in the #Wwe well guess what I proved everyone of you wrong and I will continue to shut the moths of naysayers because if haven’t figured it out yet I was born to do this and #BraunStrowman will be talked about and remembered FOREVER!!!! #IveOnlyJustBegun #IWillNeverBeFinished”

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We also uploaded a bio for Strowman today that you can view here. We intend on releasing more of these over time, so be sure to suggest bios you would like to see on the site.

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