Adam Scherr, who you may know best as Braun Strowman, has got has got WWE fans talking once again.
Rumours of a comeback for the former Universal Champion and Intercontinental Champion just won’t go away with many of the sport’s dedicated followers keen to see him return to competitive action.
Yesterday saw Scherr, 38, post a picture of himself in the gym, looking ripped and confident.
However, as was the case with boxing star Deontay Wilder last week, the picture has sparked another debate.
While Scherr’s arms look primed for action, a lot of fans are focusing on his lower body.
One fan tweeted, “why you skip leg day?” while another stated “looking like a half empty tube of toothpaste, couple of walking sticks holding you up.”
Another observed, “the only part of his legs you can see are his calves which are genetic,” with another tweeting “no legs whatsoever.”
One fan echoed these sentiments with a clear nod towards Scherr and EC3’s new wrestling promotion, posting: “You might want to control your narrative a bit towards leg day.”
However, another fan seemed to think that the years of hard training and competition were catching up and the reason behind the upper and lower body contrast could have been down to an old injury. “Impressive, but leg day? Or is the back not allowing you?”
However, many fans were positive and were full of praise for the work Scherr continues to put into his training, with one fan tweeting “you are absolutely ripped man” and another saying “Wow, looking good bro! Beast!!!”
Scherr’s hands also captured the imagination, with one fan tweeting “they ain’t ready for those hands,” and another observing that the veins in his forearms are “bigger than some guys’ wrists.”
A huge amount of Scherr’s followers want to see ‘The Titan’, who performed in WWE under the name Braun Strowman, make a comeback.
“I wanna see you back in the WWE ring”, “we want you back in WWE,” “come back to WWE” being typical comments which shows that he is remembered as one of the sport’s most exciting stars.
Scherr has had a long and varied career, which has included success as a strongman, and fans have noted how his body shape has changed from his early days in WWE.
Fans are naturally intrigued about the prospect of him returning, however, one acknowledged his strength but questioned whether he will be quick enough in his late 30s, with one comment asking: “Yeah you’re a big dude but are you fast enough?”
Time will tell on that one, but if there is a comeback, it certainly won’t be dull!