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WWE Is Trying To Bring Back A Recently Released Wrestler For A Lot Less Money

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• WWE Is Trying To Bring Back A Recently Released Wrestler For A Lot Less Money

We reported that former Universal Champion Braun Strowman was released from his WWE contract on June 2, 2021 and is currently waiting for his 90-day non-compete clause to end next month.

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE is trying to re-sign the former Wyatt Family member, but are looking to bring him back for notably lesser money:

“They’re interested in having Strowman back at a lower price, but who knows what things will happen. I guess he’s signed up to do a show in Qatar, so he’s doing some indies, so he’ll get a big payday off that.”

Strowman was reportedly on a $1.2 million per year deal before his release.

Will we see The Monster Among Men back in a WWE ring this year, or will he join Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling, who obviously will be interested in bringing him in?

Keep checking WWFOldSchool.com or download our WrestleFeed App for future updates on this situation.

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• Old School WWF Celebrity Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Celebrity Butterbean (Real name: Eric Esch) celebrates his 55th birthday today.

Butterbean appeared on two separate World Wrestling Federation events, first at “WWF In Your House 19: D-Generation X” in 1997, where he defeated Marc Mero in a worked Boxing match and then in 1999 at WrestleMania XV, where Butterbean knocked out Brawl For All winner Bart Gunn in a legitimate Boxing match.

Eric Esch wasn’t just a professional boxer (wins-losses-draws: 77-10-4), but also tried himself in professional Kickboxing (3-4) and Mixed Martial Arts (17-10-1).


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