For several months, Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley have been attempting to tear each other to shreds. They’ll get their chance at WWE Extreme Rules when one Superstar definitively (and literally) stands tall over the other at the conclusion of what is sure to be a gruesome Last Man Standing Match.

The two behemoths have battled in everything from an arm wrestling contest to a hard-hitting match at WWE Super ShowDown, both of which were won by Strowman. The impetus for the Last Man Standing Match came on the July 1 edition of Raw when a Falls Count Anywhere Match between The Monster Among Men and The All Mighty concluded with Strowman charging Lashley at full speed and sending them both crashing through the video wall on the Raw set. The horrifying scene caused mass destruction and resulted in both men leaving on a stretcher, with Strowman suffering several injuries.

Strowman refused to stay down for long, bouncing back quicker than anyone could have expected. Will The All Mighty make good on his promise to send Strowman “to the morgue,” or will Braun silence Bobby’s bold claims by keeping him down for the count of 10?

Find out when WWE Extreme Rules comes at you this Sunday at 7/6 C, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

For several months, Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley have been attempting to tear each other to shreds. They’ll get their chance at WWE Extreme Rules when one Superstar definitively (and literally) stands tall over the other at the conclusion of what is sure to be a gruesome Last Man Standing Match.

The two behemoths have battled in everything from an arm wrestling contest to a hard-hitting match at WWE Super ShowDown, both of which were won by Strowman. The impetus for the Last Man Standing Match came on the July 1 edition of Raw when a Falls Count Anywhere Match between The Monster Among Men and The All Mighty concluded with Strowman charging Lashley at full speed and sending them both crashing through the video wall on the Raw set. The horrifying scene caused mass destruction and resulted in both men leaving on a stretcher, with Strowman suffering several injuries.

Strowman refused to stay down for long, bouncing back quicker than anyone could have expected. Will The All Mighty make good on his promise to send Strowman “to the morgue,” or will Braun silence Bobby’s bold claims by keeping him down for the count of 10?

Find out when WWE Extreme Rules comes at you this Sunday at 7/6 C, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.