When Braun Strowman enters the ring, it is fair to say we as the audience shouldn’t expect a giant Dean Malenko. He is going to be all power, all strength and not much in the way of finesse. Expect punches, throws and other such power moves.
It would be fair to assume this purely down to his size, but Strowman is also very inexperienced when it comes to performing inside the squared circle. He actually made his wrestling debut on December 19, 2014, defeating Chad Gable at a WWE NXT live event.
Prior to joining the main WWE roster, he had seven matches in total, and whilst he has won them all it isn’t fair to expect Ultimo Dragon out of him.