Who knew that one little letter could make so much difference?
When he first signed with WWE back in 2013, then-29-year-old Adam Scherr was originally assigned he name Braun Stowman, a title he went under as he made his first steps in professional wrestling in a series of dark matches whilst he was still on a developmental deal.
They only added the extra "r" on the eve of his main roster debut, when he was called up to play the Wyatt Family's newest member.
In retrospect, it seems strange that they would have contemplated calling him anything else. He has brawn, and he's a former strongman competitor - it just sounds right, and Stowman just sounds wrong.