Former WWE Superstar Braun Strowman reacts to Shane McMahon’s release
Former WWE Superstar Braun Strowman recently reacted to his release despite the controversy. Strowman posted a picture on Instagram of him and McMahon from a steel cage match and captioned it “doors open, brother.” This might be an invite to join him, EC3 and Killer Kross in the #ControlYourNarrative movement.
“All you have to do is knock our doors open, brother!!!!
Shane lost to former Universal Champion Braun Strowman in a steel cage match at WrestleMania 37.
Shane McMahon controversy could be a possible set-up for a future storyline
WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas recently spoke with Sportskeeda’s The Bro Show and mentioned that this controversy and releasing could be a set-up for future WWE Storyline. He even called McMahon a classy dude.
“I’m not saying it is (a work), but I just don’t believe anything in wrestling anymore,” DDP said. “It could be a complete work. Shane’s a classy dude. Every experience I’ve ever had of Shane McMahon, it’s been straight up. I don’t see how Shane goes crazy in between. I saw him at the Hall of Fame.
“In this scenario, my opinion of Shane McMahon is really up there. I didn’t see it. I’m not going to let some dirt sheets or people talking smack take that (change his opinion about Shane). I don’t know what happened, I wasn’t there. Do I think it could be a work? Part of me (says yes). I don’t know for what reason it would be. Who knows, Shane could come through the crowd right before WrestleMania, and he’s booked in…who knows.”
Shane was reportedly “let go” by Vince McMahon with all the allegations and “heated arguments with people backstage towards him following the Royal Rumble.
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