WWE Reportedly Signs Strongman Competitor, John Cena Injury Update, Slaughter At Fundraiser



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- Powerlifter Adam “Big Country” Scherr has reportedly signed a deal with WWE. At the Arnold Classic earlier this year, Scherr told RXMuscle.com that he was negotiating with WWE and what they were offering was way better than what the Strongman competitions pay. At the Arnold Classic, Scherr suffered a bicep injury. Here are two photos of the 6 foot 7, 375lbs. Scherr:

- John Cena noted on Twitter that his heel is getting better and better each day.

- WWE Legend Sgt. Slaughter will be appearing at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Carolina Panthers’ Den for a Muscular Dystrophy Association fundraiser on May 21st at 6pm.



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