Braun Strowman is reportedly charging in the five-figure range for indie bookings. The Monster among men was recently released from his WWE contract.
The WWE recently made the shocking decision to let Braun Strowman go. The reported reason for doing so was due to his high salary. The promotion also believed he was two years past his peak. The former Universal Champion is currently under a a 90-day non-compete clause.
It is not known if he will turn up for another wrestling promotion or if he is done with wrestling as a whole. However, if any independent booker is looking to have him on one of their shows, they will have to pay a considerable amount to make that happen.
Braun Strowman is reportedly charging in the five-figure range for indie bookings
According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, independent promoters who have reached out to Braun Strowman for post-WWE bookings have been told to fork out fees in the five-figure range.
“We have heard from independent promoters that reached out to Braun Strowman that the asking price is currently in the five-figure range. We are told that Strowman is pretty set financially and doesn’t need to immediately run out and do bookings. But if a promoter comes along and meets the right price, that’s a different story.”
Braun Strowman was recently part of the WWE title chase. He was one of the three participants in the Triple threat match at Wrestlemania Backlash but fell short of capturing the title.
It will be interesting to see what lies in the future for the Monster among men. Only time will tell where he turns up next. Until then, we can only wait and watch.
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