Adam Scherr, better known to most as Braun Strowman, was released by the WWE back in 2021 just weeks after competing for the Universal Championship at WWE’s WrestleMania Backlash.
His release surprised many WWE fans across the globe, but it may be short lived.
With that being said, despite his exit from the company, it is fair to say that he has been keeping in shape. Ever since his release, he has been keeping fans up to date with his life post-WWE.
Many fans have been left shocked by his transformation. He hasn’t let the release get to him. Instead, it appears that it has inspired the former WWE star to get back into shape and show the company what they’re missing out on.
Check out a few of his pictures down below.
At the start of his career, Strowman certainly looked a lot different to the chiselled monster he looks today, with some even suggesting he was entirely out of shape when he debuted on the main roster.
There is no denying that he was going to be a star within the promotion, but with that being said, Strowman wasn’t in the best of conditions physically and is looking much better now compared to the start of his career.
Take a look at how he appeared during his early days in WWE below.
Hell of a job, Braun! Hell of a job!
Now, Fightful Select is reporting that Braun Strowman’s name has been discussed backstage as the company are considering re-signing him.
“Fightful Select has learned that among names pitched or discussed for a WWE return include Braun Strowman.”
Fightful report that the WWE hierarchy has complimented Strowman for looking “ring ready.” Some have stated that he looks in better shape now than he did during his tenure with the WWE. Hard to argue with given the above photos, right?
Sean Ross Sapp states that he is unclear how far along negotiations are, but, as of right now, Strowman’s name has been thrown into contention.
Fightful reached out to people within WWE to confirm the story, who didn’t deny that its contents as accurate.
WWE fans should not get excited just yet, however, as the report states that Braun hasn’t re-signed with the WWE.
Since the new era taking full effect, which includes Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan, with Triple H as Head of Creative and EVP of Talent Relations, several former stars have returned, including Johnny Gargano, Karrion Kross and Dakota Kai.