Braun Strowman made history on the April 26 episode of WWE Raw by becoming the first superstar to compete in a singles, tag team, and handicap match in the same night.
Fightful Select reported on April 17 that Raw was short-handed following WrestleMania and creative changes have been made in the weeks following WrestleMania.
Speaking to Graham Matthews of Bleacher Report, Strowman commented on the changes behind the scenes.
"The boys and girls in the back, we all work really, really hard," he said. "It's been a little chaotic because everything's been all over [the place], and people get sick and things change last minute. And part of me enjoys that, I'm not going to lie. This past Monday was a prime example. Everything was crazy because people got hurt, people were sick and stuff changes. All of a sudden, you're in three matches in an hour and 10 minutes' worth of a three-hour show. You're freaking out, but when you get out there and get it done and hit a home run, it's such a satisfying feeling."
When asked how Raw can maintain viewership or entice new viewers to stick around, Strowman said, "It's a tough time right now. With how technologically advanced, everybody is and the media and stuff like that, it's a challenge for everything that's on television to try to draw live viewership. I'll be honest, I haven't even had cable in my house in the last decade. I keep up with our shows via our apps and social media. I think we're doing a good job with everything that's out there in the world, with everything at everyone's fingertips. I think we constantly go above and beyond to do everything we can to keep our viewers entertained and to draw in new viewers and demographics."
Raw scored 1.774 million viewers for the April 26 episode.
Strowman is set to challenge for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania Backlash in a triple threat match against Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre.
Fightful will have live coverage of WWE Raw beginning at 8 p.m. ET on Monday.