Braun Strowman was shockingly released last June from WWE after signing with the company back in 2013. Since that time he had a lot of success and became one of the companies top stars, but due to budget cuts they decided to let him go.
The pro wrestling world has been eagerly awaiting to see what Braun Strowman’s next move would be after his 90 day non-compete clause ended. That clause expired back in September and now the former Monster Among men is ready to go.
We previously reported that Strowman was gaining a lot of interest from AEW and Impact Wrestling especially the latter and that the two sides were very close to coming to an agreement.
According to a new report from PWInsider a deal has now been signed and Braun Strowman is expected to make his debut at the big upcoming Bound For Glory PPV this Saturday.
This news is obviously huge for Impact Wrestling as Strowman is a huge attraction that should add a lot of new viewers to the product. Strowman has also noted in the past that wherever he goes next he’s looking to reunite with Bray Wyatt, who the company also is trying hard to sign so that could be something else to look out for in the future as well.
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