Braun Strowman Reveals Bizzarre Business Venture

Braun Strowman

Whilst WWE Superstars make their name with their in-ring skills, many also seek to make their mark with business ventures outside of the ring.

Some, such as Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins, choose to open wrestling schools whilst others branch further out into the business world. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ Brock Lesnar is a major shareholder in a meat seasoning firm, Natalya has been known for penning columns for the Calgary Sun Newspaper and Dolph Ziggler has utilised his microphone skills by stepping into the world of stand up comedy.

Now another WWE Superstar has sought to subsidise their wrestling income with a new and unexpected business venture.

Braun Strowman launches peanut butter company

In a recent interview on The Masked Man Show, ‘The Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman revealed that he has launched a peanut butter company. Whilst peanut butter is often cited as a healthy addition to a varied diet, the former WWE Champion was quick to point out that his line of product was not for those worried about their waistline:

“I launched a peanut butter company last year, named in ode to my father Rick ‘The Crusher’ Scherr, it’s called Crusher Nuts. We do gourmet peanut butter. There is nothing healthy about it. It’s not going to make you look like me, I’m sorry, but it’s going to make you feel like me; happy, jovial, and loving life. I have three flavors out right now, Cookies and Cream, Cereal S’mores, and Crusher Cookie. Stay tuned to new flavors coming out. I have 39 flavors that I can do.”

Strowman’s big moment remains his winning of the WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 36, defeating Goldberg in less than 3 minutes on night one of ‘The Show Of Shows’.

The former WWE Tag Team Champion was released from WWE in June 2021, but made his return last September and most recently teamed with Richochet at WrestleMania 39 in a fatal four-way tag team bout against Alpha Academy, The Viking Raiders and eventual winners The Street Profits.

H/T: Fightful for the above transcription