Adam Scherr, sometimes known as The Titan, is a former strongman and professional wrestler from the United States who was born on September 6, 1983.
He gained notoriety in the WWE, where he went under the stage name Braun Strowman.
He has won the Universal Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship once, and the Raw Tag Team Championship twice in the WWE (with Nicholas and Seth Rollins, respectively).
In addition, he won the 2019 André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, making him the only wrestler to have triumphed in both a Rumble and an André Battle Royal. He also won the 2018 Men’s Money in the Bank contract, the title match at the Greatest Royal Rumble event, and the 2018 Men’s Money in the Bank contract.
For WWE, Strowman has frequently been the pay-per-view event’s star.
He shares the record with Brock Lesnar for the most eliminations in a single Royal Rumble match with 13, he shares the record with André Battle Royal with 14 eliminations, and he shares the record with Shayna Baszler for the most eliminations in a single Elimination Chamber match with five.
He also shares the record for the most eliminations in a single Survivor Series elimination match with four eliminations.
When Strowman first appeared on the main roster, he was immediately linked to The Wyatt Family’s evil dynasty due to his physical dominance and black sheep disguise. Strowman gained the nickname “The Beast Among Men” for his portrayal of an unstoppable monster during his WWE outings.
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The days of “The Monster Among Men” in the WWE are long gone after he was dismissed from the organization on June 2 as a result of budget constraints.
While Strowman has worked with Ring of Honor since departing, his current attention is on the Control Your Narrative campaign launched by another former WWE star, EC3. Additionally, Strowman just debuted his new character in a video that was posted to his Twitter page as part of the work CYN is undertaking.