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Sunday, Jul 14 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, PA

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Sunday, Jul 14 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley (Last Man Standing Match)

Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley (Last Man Standing Match)

PHILADELPHIA — What does it take to keep Bobby Lashley down for a count of 10? Braun Strowman wouldn’t leave WWE Extreme Rules without finding out. The Monster Among Men made a turn to his chaotic, destructive form in a Last Man Standing Match, subjecting his foe to all manner of otherworldly punishment in the birthplace of extreme to walk out of Philadelphia with a hard-earned win.

Bobby Lashley smothers Braun Strowman with the announce table: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Bobby Lashley topples the announce table on Braun Strowman during their Last Man Standing Match at WWE Extreme Rules. Courtesy of WWE Network.

This isn’t to say that Strowman simply waltzed his way into Philly, hit Lashley with a couple of chairs and ended up with the “W.” The All Mighty gave as good as he got, and it quickly became clear that Strowman was not quite 100 percent as he continued to recover from a crash through the LED board two weeks ago. Strowman’s reported injuries varied from a ruptured spleen to a separated pelvis; whatever maladies plague The Monster Among Men, Lashley knew to target the midsection and did so with an early Spear that dropped his foe and left Strowman struggling as the match spilled through the arena and into the concourse.

Lashley largely maintained control throughout most of the match; save for a few moments where Braun fired back, The All Mighty kept his focus on his foe’s midsection and reaped the benefits. At one point, he charged Strowman over the announce table and entombed him beneath it, though the strategy only kept Braun down for a count of nine.

The Monster Among Men found better footing when the match spilled back into the arena, launching Lashley over the international announce row with such velocity that he took out a pair of commentators and battling The All Mighty up the steps of the concourse. Lashley, ever defiant, channeled his inner EC-Dub by daring Strowman to keep hitting him — thank you, may I have another — but it was yet another all-or-nothing maneuver by The Monster Among Men that finally turned the tide: After battling to the edge of an entrance tunnel that had been blocked off for construction, Strowman hoisted The All Mighty on his shoulders, jumped off the ledge and Powerslammed him through the tunnel all in one motion, leaving both men trapped in the rubble and beyond visibility.

Referee John Cone dutifully began the count, making it as far as seven or eight before the victor emerged: Strowman blasted his way through the front of the blocked-off area with his bare fists, leaving Lashley down and marching his way into victory. All of this isn’t to say Lashley didn’t make it hard or that Strowman didn’t look worse for wear. But at the end of the day, one man was standing, and one man wasn’t. Nothing else needs to be said.

PHILADELPHIA — What does it take to keep Bobby Lashley down for a count of 10? Braun Strowman wouldn’t leave WWE Extreme Rules without finding out. The Monster Among Men made a turn to his chaotic, destructive form in a Last Man Standing Match, subjecting his foe to all manner of otherworldly punishment in the birthplace of extreme to walk out of Philadelphia with a hard-earned win.

Bobby Lashley smothers Braun Strowman with the announce table: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Bobby Lashley topples the announce table on Braun Strowman during their Last Man Standing Match at WWE Extreme Rules. Courtesy of WWE Network.

This isn’t to say that Strowman simply waltzed his way into Philly, hit Lashley with a couple of chairs and ended up with the “W.” The All Mighty gave as good as he got, and it quickly became clear that Strowman was not quite 100 percent as he continued to recover from a crash through the LED board two weeks ago. Strowman’s reported injuries varied from a ruptured spleen to a separated pelvis; whatever maladies plague The Monster Among Men, Lashley knew to target the midsection and did so with an early Spear that dropped his foe and left Strowman struggling as the match spilled through the arena and into the concourse.

Lashley largely maintained control throughout most of the match; save for a few moments where Braun fired back, The All Mighty kept his focus on his foe’s midsection and reaped the benefits. At one point, he charged Strowman over the announce table and entombed him beneath it, though the strategy only kept Braun down for a count of nine.

The Monster Among Men found better footing when the match spilled back into the arena, launching Lashley over the international announce row with such velocity that he took out a pair of commentators and battling The All Mighty up the steps of the concourse. Lashley, ever defiant, channeled his inner EC-Dub by daring Strowman to keep hitting him — thank you, may I have another — but it was yet another all-or-nothing maneuver by The Monster Among Men that finally turned the tide: After battling to the edge of an entrance tunnel that had been blocked off for construction, Strowman hoisted The All Mighty on his shoulders, jumped off the ledge and Powerslammed him through the tunnel all in one motion, leaving both men trapped in the rubble and beyond visibility.

Referee John Cone dutifully began the count, making it as far as seven or eight before the victor emerged: Strowman blasted his way through the front of the blocked-off area with his bare fists, leaving Lashley down and marching his way into victory. All of this isn’t to say Lashley didn’t make it hard or that Strowman didn’t look worse for wear. But at the end of the day, one man was standing, and one man wasn’t. Nothing else needs to be said.