Strowman has become one of the most dominant superstars on the roster, headlining multiple pay-per-views while frequently appearing on the main event of Monday Night Raw.
The Monster Among Men has obviously done more than enough to impress WWE chairman Vince McMahon—who's been known for pushing muscular giants throughout the years. In a recent interview with Metro, Strowman opened up about his relationship with McMahon.
"Everyone has their input. At the end of the day, a lot of it is Vince, he is very hands on with me and has taken me on as his project. He has some crazy ideas and I’ve never once questioned anything that Vince has wanted me to do, because I know he wouldn’t ask me to do something he wouldn’t do himself."
Strowman has had no problem getting over with the crowd, either. During his feud with Roman Reigns, The Monster Among Men received roaring ovations—despite portraying the heel character. After being attacked by Kane and Team Miz at the TLC pay-per-view, Strowman attacked 'Miztourage' and thus turned face.
Strowman and The Big Red Machine have since entered a battle between two unstoppable forces, constantly bashing each other with chairs and steel steps, while slamming the other through tables and even destroying the ring.
It's expected that Strowman and Kane will be part of a Triple-Threat Match against Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, with the WWE Universal Championship on the line. Could that be the point where "Vince's project" finally captures his first championship in the WWE?
We'll find out soon enough. Even if he doesn't beat Lesnar and Kane, Strowman has plenty of championship reigns ahead of him. After all, McMahon values Strowman and took it upon himself to make the monster his project.