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Former WWE Champion out of action due to injury

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For weeks, fans have been questioning the sudden absence of Braun Strowman from WWE television.

Known as the “Monster Among Men,” Braun has been a dominant force in the wrestling world, but recent developments have left many wondering about his future in the ring’‹’‹.

Braun Strowman: Wrestling Giant Faces Health Challenge

Unbeknownst to many, Strowman is presently grappling with an unspecified injury.

Details about the injury remain unknown, but a source within WWE suggests that surgery may be in the cards for the former Universal Champion’‹’‹.

Bruising Battles and Unforeseen Consequences

It’s not the first time Strowman has faced health issues this year. He suffered a concussion in April, though he was cleared to return to the ring by the following week. Regardless, the impact of this injury on his current condition is unclear’‹

The Last Stand and the Rising Star

The last time Brawn Strowman was seen in action was on the 1 May episode of WWE Raw. He teamed up with Ricochet in a winning effort against Chad Gable and Otis of Alpha Academy.

The fight was fierce, and the victory sweet, but it was the last hurrah for the wrestling giant before his forced hiatus’‹’‹.

Uncertain Future and Shifting Plans

With Strowman’s health in limbo, WWE believes he won’t be cleared to compete anytime soon.

As a result, the company has taken the powerhouse “off the board” for any creative plans in the immediate future’‹.

Ricochet Steps into the Spotlight

In the absence of his partner, Ricochet, known as the “One and Only,” has been stepping up to the plate. He’s been competing in singles action, earning himself a place in the highly anticipated bout at Money in the Bank.

This event, set to take place at London’s O2 Arena on July 1, marks a new chapter for Ricochet and perhaps a turning point for WWE in the face of Strowman’s uncertain future’‹1’‹.

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