Two former WWE superstars are headed to different sports networks.
Adam Scherr, formerly Braun Strowman in WWE, announced he will be an analyst for the Mr. Olympia Power Arm Wrestling Championships on NBC Sports. The event is set to take place on October 8 and 9 in Orlando, FL.
Scherr competed in Strongman competitions before joining WWE and faced Bobby Lashley in an arm wrestling match on a 2019 episode of WWE Raw.
He is set to return to wrestling at Free The Narrative II when he takes on EC3.
Scherr isn't the only former WWE talent to find a new gig as Dean Muhtadi, formerly Mojo Rawley in WWE, announced that he will be the co-host of TMZ Sports.
The show airs Monday through Friday on FS1.
IT IS OFFICIAL!!!!!— Dean Muhtadi (@MojoMuhtadi) October 1, 2021
THE HYPE MAN HAS OFFICIALLY SIGNED TO BE THE NEW CO-HOST OF @TMZ_Sports!!!!!
I’ll be joining @mikejbabcock and @ReneeMontgomery every Monday to Friday on @FS1!!!!
SO GET HYPED OR GET OUT!!! pic.twitter.com/0FMDXhU9BA
Fightful recently spoke to EC3 about Free The Narrative II and Scherr's involvement in the project.
You can find the full interview by clicking here.