See you in a bit. We are finally done with Survivor Series and that means it is time to move forward towards some other things down the road. WWE is starting the build towards the Royal Rumble and ultimately the Road to WrestleMania, meaning we are about to reach the most important part of WWE’s calendar. However, one of the bigger stars in WWE will not be around for a bit.
This week’s Monday Night Raw served as a fallout show from Survivor Series as things started to get a bit more back to normal. There were no more qualifying matches for Survivor Series and it was time for Monday Night Raw to celebrate their great victory. The members of the men’s Monday Night Raw team was rather pleased, but that won’t be the case for one member soon after the show.
WWE has announced that Braun Strowman has been indefinitely suspended for attacking WWE official Adam Pearce on this week’s Monday Night Raw. During the show, Strowman attacked Pearce for saying that Strowman was “last but not least”. This comes after a story began circulating that Strowman was scheduled to challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship at Tables, Ladders And Chairs on December 20.
BREAKING: WWE Digital has learned that @BraunStrowman has been suspended indefinitely for putting his hands on WWE official @ScrapDaddyAP. https://t.co/WqWIBFnv1g
— WWE (@WWE) November 24, 2020
It set him off. Check out what got Strowman suspended:
Opinion: This sounds like a way to set something up for Strowman to be a surprise challenger for McIntyre and that isn’t the worst idea. Strowman is a logical choice for a one off challenger and having him be angry at WWE and wanting to slay its golden boy is a good way to go. It adds a little spice to the story and that is always something that can help out a lot.
What do you think of the idea? Where does Strowman go from here? Let us know in the comments below.
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