Adam Scherr, formerly WWE's Braun Strowman, is reportedly set to make his Impact Wrestling debut this weekend.
According to PWInsider, the former Universal Champion was spotted hopping on a flight from Chicago to Las Vegas on Friday morning. With Strowman apparently prepping to switch to using the nickname "The Titan" from this moment on, it's looking increasingly likely that the one-time WWE force of nature will be making his presence known at Bound for Glory tonight - itself going down in Sin City.
This news comes hot on the heels of Scherr sitting down for a long meeting with Impact Wrestling Executive Vice President Scott D'Amore at the Motor City Comic Con in Michigan last week.
Since being released from WWE in June, the titanic star has yet to commit to another wrestling promotion, with his most recent display from within the industry coming during EC3's Free The Narrative 2 which is now available to watch on YouTube.
Before exiting Vince McMahon's empire this year, Strowman had put together a rather impressive WWE CV, winning the Greatest Royal Rumble, the aforementioned Universal title, and even as recently as WrestleMania 37 he was duking it out with the son of the boss himself, Shane McMahon, inside of a steel cage.
Here's hoping Scherr can rediscover his groove within the Impact arena going forward.