Braun Strowman has shown time and time again that there is no item that goes beyond his limits when it comes to displaying superhuman strength, power and athleticism.
The Monster Among Men has pulled off plenty of crazy stunts over the past couple of years - which includes flipping over ambulances, Vince McMahon's private limousine and a giant television monster truck.
On top of that, Strowman dropped a WWE set on Brock Lesnar and Kane. He and Big Show destroyed the ring when they squared off on the Apr. 17, 2017 episode of Monday Night Raw. And finally, on the July 1 episode of Monday Night Raw, he tackled Bobby Lashley through an LED screen - which set off a series of fireworks backstage. Both superstars were left injured in storyline and had to be taken away in ambulances.
At this point, it feels like there isn't a whole lot more for Strowman to destroy. But in an interview with GameStop, Strowman explained that he pitched a creative idea where he would "lift up the ring" in a battle royal match.
"I've pitched a couple of times in battle royales where I come out of nowhere and lift up the ring and dump everybody out of the ring before, so that I think would be a fun one," Strowman said. "I don't think there's much left to flip unless I ripped a whole roof off the stadium or something like that. I think I've destroyed about everything they've put in front of me...I'm glad I don't have to pay for all the stuff that I break."
With Big Show and Kane nearing the end of their respective in-ring careers, WWE had to find a new big man to build around, and they found it. After splitting from the Wyatt Family, Strowman enjoyed a massive push that saw him emerge as one of the WWE's top main eventers.
Strowman teamed up with Seth Rollins on this week's episode of Raw, defeating Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions. It was recently reported by Dave Meltzer that Strowman will be Rollins' Universal Champion opponent at the Clash of Champions pay-per-view, so we'll find out soon enough if The Monster Among Men will get another shot at the title.
What This Means
It's safe to say that WWE is far from finished in putting together more destructing segments involving Strowman. He's been a valuable part of the Raw roster, and his wrestling persona is perfect for Raw Executive Director Paul Heyman, who loved using hardcore and destructive moments during his ECW days. As far as we're concerned, the best of Braun Strowman destruction has yet to come.