Braun Strowman has given an update on how he is doing following his recent major neck surgery.
The May 1st episode of WWE Monday Night Raw was the last match that Braun Strowman had this year. Unfortunately for the Monster of All Monsters, he suffered a neck injury that led to the big man having a big operation that will likely put the former Universal Champion on the sidelines for the rest of 2023 and into 2024.
Earlier this month, Braun Strowman posted on Instagram about how he had a level one fusion on his c4/c5 vertebrae meaning it was a major operation on his neck.
Sadly, a lot of pro wrestlers have had that kind of neck injury and it usually means a long time out of the ring, which could mean up to a full year out of action for Strowman.
On Twitter, Braun Strowman provided an update that he’s able to do some light weight training.
“Just got the green light to start light weight training again!!!! Time to rebuild the #Monster”
Just got the green light to start light weight training again!!!! Time to rebuild the #Monster
— The Monster of all Monsters (@Adamscherr99) June 23, 2023
After being released by WWE in the summer of 2021, Braun Strowman returned to the company in late summer 2022 when Triple H took over as WWE’s Chief Operating Officer meaning he was in charge of booking after Vince McMahon retired in July 2022.
Over the last year, Strowman has had big matches with the likes of Omos while he also had a successful tag team run with Ricochet. They challenged for the WWE Tag Team Titles, but they weren’t able to win them.
Best wishes to Braun Strowman as he continues his recovery from neck surgery.