Backstage News On Why Brock Lesnar Defeated Braun Strowman
The vacant Universal Title was on the line on November 2, 2018, at Crown Jewel PPV in Saudi Arabia. Brock Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman to win the Universal Title. The match ended early, though the expectations were high from this match to be the more destructive.
Why Brock Lesnar Defeated Braun Strowman?
Concluding the Universal Title Match at Crown Jewel, Corbin’s attack played a brutal role to make this match short. Strowman never got up from that attack, Though he survived four F5’s, Lesnar pinned him on the 5th.
Initial words about this match were Brock Lesnar was destined to win the title, Corbin’s angle was done to lower the Strowman & book it as Braun can survive up to four F5’s, even after an attack. Overall Braun’s road to the title was halted. This is not the first time Strowman pulled back from the push.
Mike Johnson provided some interesting news on a recent PWInsider audio show that might put some of this into perspective.
“One of the things that I heard from multiple people – we’re talking 4 different people. There are times where Strowman is negligent when it comes to showing up on time,” Johnson said. He added “He has a reputation at times for leaving a little early and sometimes he makes mistakes in terms of etiquette in the backstage in the locker room. Sometimes, as one person put it, he’s his own worst enemy and his worst advocate. They would be high on him and just when he gets to the point where you would think the next step is putting him into the centerpiece position for the company [then] something happens and he makes some sort of misstep backstage and people within management kind of cool on him and they take a step back.”
This might be the reason for Braun Strowman is jumbling from being the new face for WWE. There is the possible issue of trust between him & the management.