Braun Strowman is heading up a new documentary on Peacock.
Braun Strowman: Waukesha Strong is coming to streaming on December 15th. The documentary will follow Strowman as he helps victims of the November 2021 Waukesha Christmas parade attack. The former World Champion has previously honoured eight-year-old Jackson Sparks who was killed in the attack.
Strowman wrestled on SmackDown in January in a pair of custom boots in partnership with the Green Bay Packers, and the boots were later auctioned off for charity.
The documentary will be available on Peacock in the United States and on the WWE Network everywhere else.
Braun Strowman Working On WWE Return
The Monster Among Men hasn’t wrestled since teaming with Ricochet on the May 1st episode of Monday Night Raw. On the show, the pair defeated Chad Gable and Otis, after being drafted to the red brand.
Following the match, Strowman disappeared from television and later underwent neck surgery.
Speaking in a recent interview, Braun Strowman revealed he’s been cleared to start lifting weights as he steps up his recovery. The star added that his neck is healing nicely, after having four screws and a steel plate inserted.
During the same interview, Strowman said he was determined to come back not only for himself by Bray Wyatt. Strowman is godfather to Wyatt’s son, and the pair worked together on-screen for a number of years.