Strowman, a 6-foot-8, 385-pound giant, is one of Raw's most popular stars and his WWE has always been good advice for greatness.
And yet, some WWE fans have been baffled as to why Vince McMahon and his fighting bosses seem to have been reluctant to make him one of the best stars.
The Monster Among Men lost again last week when he decisively lost to Brock Lesnar in a game for the vacant WWE Universal Championship in the controversial Crown Jewel show.
The insiders now claim that Strowman has an important "heat" behind the scenes, a term that refers to fighters who are in trouble in the locker room or with the administration.
Despite always being one of the best stars of Raw, Strowman has never won the main title in WWE.
"Sometimes, as one person says, it is their own worst enemy and their worst defender"
Wrestling reporter Mike Johnson of PWInsider alleged that four different sources confirmed that Strowman is in the water behind the scenes.
He affirmed that the 35-year-old has a reputation for being late and leaving early.
Johnson continued with the management of WWE as Strowman, but continues to back down when he makes a "false step" behind the scenes.
WWE is now looking for a new top star after Roman Reigns revealed that the leukemia had returned and that he was taking a break to fight it.
MONSTER: Braun Strowman is one of the greatest men in modern WWE. (Pic: WWE)
Johnson said: "There are times when Strowman is negligent when it comes to arriving on time.
"Sometimes he has a reputation for leaving a bit earlier and, sometimes, he makes mistakes in terms of etiquette in the backstage of the locker room.
"Sometimes, as one person says, it is their own worst enemy and their worst defender.
"They would be well above him and just when he reaches the point where one would think that the next step is to place him in the central position of the company. [then] "Something happens and he does some kind of false step in the backstage and the people in the management feel good about him and take a step back."
HEAT: According to reports, Braun Strowman is in trouble behind the scenes (Pic: WWE)
GET THESE HANDS: Braun Strowman is one of the most popular fighters in Raw (Pic: WWE)
Johnson theorized that WWE does not trust him to be at the top of the company after the departure of Reigns.
Strowman is reportedly also struggling with major problems with his knees, but he is still scheduled to appear at the shows that take place at Survivor Series in November.
Dave Meltzer, the wrestling wrestler, claimed that the giant's "knees are shot" and that he is struggling to walk.
He pointed to a segment in the Raw this week when Strowman looked uncomfortable as he ran after general manager Baron Corbin.
GIANT: Braun Strowman is 6 feet 8 inches, weighs 385 pounds and is a former strongman (Pic: WWE)
Strowman was a strong professional man before becoming a fighter, winning a lot of competitions.
He signed for WWE in 2013 and quickly moved to the main fair, omitting the NXT development brand.
The winner of The Greatest Royal Rumble initially played a wicked enforcer of the Wyatt Family before moving to the role of fan favorite.
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