Strowman starts light training following cervical fusion surgery

Braun Strowman has started his road to recovery after he underwent cervical fusion surgery in early June.

“Just got the green light to start light weight training again,” Strowman wrote on social media. “Time to rebuild the monster.”

Strowman had a level one fusion on his C4/C5 vertebrae in Birmingham, Alabama, and is expected to be out for months. Typical recovery takes around six months.

After undergoing surgery, Strowman admitted it was scary to find out he had to go under the knife but thanked WWE for taking the upmost care of their talent.

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