T Bar has shown interest in having Braun Strowman as a part of Retribution following the latter’s indefinite suspension.
Recently, WWE announced that ‘The Monster Among Men’ was indefinitely suspended after attacking Adam Pearce. While Strowman lashed out at WWE for this decision, T Bar hinted at a solution.
He tagged Mustafa Ali, Retribution’s leader, as a response to the Twitter thread between WWE and Braun Strowman. This was most probably to make him aware of the situation and let him know the possibility of capitalizing on Strowman’s anger.
For those who yet have no clue about Retribution, this is a faction that deals with the sins of WWE.
Now, there is a reason why suspending Braun Strowman can be considered a wrongdoing on WWE’s part.
Recently, Randy Orton had done the same while he was WWE Champion. Instead of suspending him, WWE fined him. As a result, Orton could continue performing inside the ring as he is doing.
In fact, Drew McIntyre had once pointed out that Orton has connections that have helped him avoid the consequences of any misdemeanour or misconduct.
On the other hand, Strowman was given a harsher punishment for the same crime.
In the books of Retribution this is clearly a misdeed.
Another reason Mustafa Ali might be interested in this is because he has been shunned aside by the company. Therefore, he understands the frustration of being put on the sidelines while others move forward with no consequences of their actions.
Now, if Braun Strowman does side with Retribution, it means that the feud between Bray Wyatt’s ‘The Fiend’ and him might resume. This is because Retribution started a bout with him and it’s still to reach a climax.
Braun Strowman has already claimed that this will not end well for the company. He took a shot at WWE along with taking a jab at the Superstars who have been top dogs even when they weren’t performing in the ring.
Strowman was performing in the ring during the pandemic, while certain others had taken a hiatus. He carried the Universal Championship and defended it until Roman Reigns returned and secured it within a week.
It’s safe to say that Strowman will not let WWE get away with this.