Adam Scherr (Braun Strowman in WWE) has partnered with an augmented reality company to offer fans hologram greetings. The former WWE superstar joins the likes of several MLB and NFL players as well as television personalities who are slated to be included in the project.

Fans will be able to receive a personalized holiday greeting from Scherr via the service. It is similar to Cameo, except with holigrams instead of actual video. The new digital product is being launched in conjunction with ImagineAR, who issued a press release touting the rollout. Scherr spoke about his involvement.

“I never imagined that I would be the first professional wrestler to enter the metaverse as a hologram.  Fans around the world can now enter the virtual ring with me and man-up in their own videos celebrating their birthday and holidays with the baddest #BeefKing on the planet”.

According to the company, retail prices for the greetings range from $4.99 to $14.99. It is the first-ever celebrity hologram greeting platform in the world. The company says the service is based off of patented technology that allows for the immersive experience.


“ is the next generation patented Metaverse e-greeting card focusing on virtual celebrations with celebrities, sports stars, entertainers and influencers.  Retail Prices are range from $4.99 – $14.99 per each greeting message including Birthday, Anniversary, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Newborn Baby, New Year, SuperFan and many more. is the first-ever celebrity hologram e-greeting platform in the world and is based upon the patented ImagineAR™ platform for global sports teams and brand clients delivering immersive AR consumer and fan engagements.”

The holographic greetings will be available through the FameDays mobile app for iOS and Android. The service has not launched yet, but a placeholder website is set up. Soon, fans will be able to get their very own greetings from a virtual Monster Among Men.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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