Bobby Lashley may have won the steel cage rubber match against Omos, but The All Mighty is far from done with The Nigerian Giant or MVP. At WWE Hell in a Cell, The All Mighty will take on Omos and MVP in a Handicap Match.

Lashley toppled the giant on The Grandest Stage of Them All, but his double-crossing manager MVP switched sides and helped his newest client claim victory in the rematch at WrestleMania Backlash with a clubbing blow from his cane to The All Mighty. Omos and Lashley continued to butt heads as The Nigerian Giant launched the former WWE Champion into the side of a steel cage, breaking the cage open and giving Lashley the victory on Monday Night Raw.

Not content with his accidental victory, Lashley was still hellbent on dispatching Omos and, strike at the heart of his former friend turned bitter rival MVP.

In the May 23 edition of Raw, The All Mighty challenged MVP to a match with the winner choosing the stipulation for his June 5 Premium Live Event against Omos. When Lashley got in an altercation with The Nigerian Giant outside the ring, the referee didn't see Omos put his hands on his foe and, as a result, counted out The All Mighty from the match. As a result, MVP announced on Raw Talk that that he and Omos would battle Lashley in a Handicap Match.

Can Lashley put Omos and the treacherous MVP down for good?

Don’t miss the next chapter in this colossal rivalry at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live Sunday, June 5, at 8 ET/5 PT on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.

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Bobby Lashley may have won the steel cage rubber match against Omos, but The All Mighty is far from done with The Nigerian Giant or MVP. At WWE Hell in a Cell, The All Mighty will take on Omos and MVP in a Handicap Match.

Lashley toppled the giant on The Grandest Stage of Them All, but his double-crossing manager MVP switched sides and helped his newest client claim victory in the rematch at WrestleMania Backlash with a clubbing blow from his cane to The All Mighty. Omos and Lashley continued to butt heads as The Nigerian Giant launched the former WWE Champion into the side of a steel cage, breaking the cage open and giving Lashley the victory on Monday Night Raw.

Not content with his accidental victory, Lashley was still hellbent on dispatching Omos and, strike at the heart of his former friend turned bitter rival MVP.

In the May 23 edition of Raw, The All Mighty challenged MVP to a match with the winner choosing the stipulation for his June 5 Premium Live Event against Omos. When Lashley got in an altercation with The Nigerian Giant outside the ring, the referee didn't see Omos put his hands on his foe and, as a result, counted out The All Mighty from the match. As a result, MVP announced on Raw Talk that that he and Omos would battle Lashley in a Handicap Match.

Can Lashley put Omos and the treacherous MVP down for good?

Don’t miss the next chapter in this colossal rivalry at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live Sunday, June 5, at 8 ET/5 PT on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.