Braun Strowman is set to make a WWE return soon. Kind of.
Per Mike Johnson of PWInsider, 'The Monster Of All Monsters" will be travelling to India over the next month for a series of promotional appearances. The company ran a WWE Superstar Spectacle show at the GMC Balayogi Indoor Stadium in September, but Strowman was unable to work it due to a neck injury that has kept him out of action since May.
Still recovering from fusion surgery on C4 and C5 vertebrae back in June, Strowman's in-ring return timetable hasn't yet been revealed or confirmed, but getting back on the clock for the company in a promotional capacity could well suggest that it will be sooner rather than later.
His last match was a victory over Alpha Academy on the May 1st edition of Monday Night Raw alongside partner Ricochet. The two had teamed for most of the year to some not insignificant critical acclaim, playing off the contrast in sizes and styles of both men.
His only other appearance beyond that was for the Bray Wyatt tribute episode of SmackDown on August 25th, where he joined fellow Wyatt Family member Erick Rowan in paying tribute to the late 'Eater Of Worlds'.