At WWE Money in the Bank, AJ Styles will clash with Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match to determine a clear winner in their ongoing battle for the WWE Championship. 

SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon declared that the two bitter adversaries will continue their rivalry following a double low blow that left matters unsettled in a No Disqualification Match at WWE Backlash.

Every fan of these athletes is looking for a definitive winner, a CLEAR victor...so I am making it official: @AJStylesOrg vs @ShinsukeN for the @WWE Championship at #MITB. #SDLive

— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) May 14, 2018

Prior to that bout, the dream match between The Phenomenal One and Nakamura at WrestleMania was tainted by The King of Strong Style’s post-match assault after Styles retained the WWE Championship, and their rematch at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia was left unresolved by a double count-out.

Just when it looked as if the stakes couldn't get any higher, a non-title victory by Nakamura over Styles on SmackDown LIVE allowed him to pick the stipulation for their imminent pay-per-view showdown. The King of Strong Style declared that it would be a Last Man Standing Match, assuring that their next encounter will be more vicious than ever before.

Who will finally emerge victorious in the highly personal conflict for the WWE Title? Find out at WWE Money in the Bank, streaming live tonight on the award-winning WWE Network.

At WWE Money in the Bank, AJ Styles will clash with Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match to determine a clear winner in their ongoing battle for the WWE Championship. 

SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon declared that the two bitter adversaries will continue their rivalry following a double low blow that left matters unsettled in a No Disqualification Match at WWE Backlash.

Every fan of these athletes is looking for a definitive winner, a CLEAR victor...so I am making it official: @AJStylesOrg vs @ShinsukeN for the @WWE Championship at #MITB. #SDLive

— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) May 14, 2018

Prior to that bout, the dream match between The Phenomenal One and Nakamura at WrestleMania was tainted by The King of Strong Style’s post-match assault after Styles retained the WWE Championship, and their rematch at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia was left unresolved by a double count-out.

Just when it looked as if the stakes couldn't get any higher, a non-title victory by Nakamura over Styles on SmackDown LIVE allowed him to pick the stipulation for their imminent pay-per-view showdown. The King of Strong Style declared that it would be a Last Man Standing Match, assuring that their next encounter will be more vicious than ever before.

Who will finally emerge victorious in the highly personal conflict for the WWE Title? Find out at WWE Money in the Bank, streaming live tonight on the award-winning WWE Network.