Braun Strowman is the Monster Among Men, and there are many wrestlers on the Monday Night Raw roster who fear him, but Brock Lesnar isn’t one of them.
Brock Lesnar defended his title against Kane and Braun Strowman in a triple threat match at the Royal Rumble last month, and during the match things got heated between Braun and Brock. At one point Brock punched Braun pretty hard in the head, and during a recent appearance on Busted Open Radio, Braun said he was happy with the response the brutal punches received.
“We’re two larger than life human beings trying to establish dominance, and people come to see a fight. That’s what we gave them. It was definitely physical, but look at the buzz it created. You hit me, I hit you back, and Brock is the same way. At the end of the day, the fans were pretty happy and excited to see an exchange of blows.”
Braun also talked about carrying on the legacy of big men in WWE, and he openly said that he believes he’s going to be a WWE Hall of Famer someday.
“I’m going to be a WWE Hall of Famer. I can shout that from the rooftop and I’m going to do everything in my power to be because that’s something I really really want. It would feel so honored to leave a legacy of Braun Strowman where people would talk like Mark Henry, like Kane, like Big Show, like Undertaker. I’m the last of a dying breed. There are no more giants like us, and I want to keep that repertoire of what those guys before me have done. I want to keep pushing the envelope and evolving the sport. In this fast paced of wrestling where these cruiserweights and guys like AJ Styles and Shinsuke and Finn Balor who go out there and do crazy stuff, I’m trying to bridge the gap in between the big men and smaller men to make it unique.”