Braun Strowman Talks Learning To Work Like A Big Man

Braun Strowman had to figure out he is not a 180 pound luchador. 

In a recent interview on Busted Open Radio, Braun Strowman was asked by host and fellow WWE wrestler Mark Henry about his days in developmental. Henry asked what the most important thing he learned was after starting at WWE. Strowman listed a couple things he learned. 

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"Probably the biggest thing was figuring out how to relate to the people. The character development, that's been the craziest thing, getting to play something I'm not in real life per say. I have mean streaks, don't get me wrong. For the most part, I'm a fun-loving, easy going guy," said Strowman. 

Strowman also said he found out the hard way to not be overzealous in the ring. 

"Probably the biggest thing I've learned is that I can do damn near everything guys 200 pounds lighter can do," said Strowman. "I was banged up and injured a lot when I was at developmental. That's because I was out there trying to work like a 180 pound luchador, rolling around and climbing to the top and all this and that. Just because I was young and rambunctious and excited to learn," he continued. 

Strowman said he wants to be the best at everything he does including professional wrestling. Also during the interview, Strowman talked about wanting in the Hall of Fame and Henry discussed finding Strowman during Strowman's Strong Man days.  

The whole interview is available on Busted Open Radio's YouTube channel. 

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