Dean Ambrose wanted a fight, and he'll get his wish when he faces Brock Lesnar with No Holds Barred.

Brock Lesnar has built a legacy out of conquering the competition, but at WrestleMania, he’ll face a Superstar who won’t run from a brawl when he battles Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Match.

Considering the punishment Lesnar delivered to Ambrose in recent weeks, the unstable brawler would have to be a lunatic to want a match against the destructive competitor.

But after Lesnar brutally attacked Ambrose in the parking lot before the Feb. 22 Raw, driving him through a car windshield and sending him to the hospital, Ambrose wanted to get even.

He commandeered an ambulance and returned to Raw to call out The Beast. Lesnar kicked him in the stomach and shrugged off the confrontation at first, but then Ambrose caught Lesnar and Heyman’s interest by asking for a No Holds Barred Match at WrestleMania.

Ambrose has earned a reputation for being one of the most resilient Superstars of all time, fighting through some of WWE’s most vicious matches. Pain won’t stop Ambrose, so long as his opponent suffers it a little bit more.                                            

At WrestleMania on April 3, though, he’ll face arguably the most punishing Superstar in sports-entertainment history. The Conqueror is not a clever nickname; it’s a warning of what to expect when Lesnar steps between the ropes. He hands out German suplexes to opponents like candy on Halloween.

Boosting Ambrose’s chances are the equalizer he will likely carry with him into AT&T Stadium on April 3. The WWE Universe witnessed WWE Hall of Famer and Mick Foley pass the torch of “Barbie” — the infamous barbed wire baseball bat Foley wielded in many a hardcore conflict — on the March 14 edition of Raw. Could The Hardcore Legend’s hand-me-down make all the difference when The Lunatic Fringe faces Paul Heyman’s 6-foot-3, 286-pound world-beater?

Dean Ambrose caught Brock Lesnar’s attention, but will he come to regret it? Find out at WrestleMania when it airs live tonight on WWE Network at 7 ET/4 PT.

Dean Ambrose wanted a fight, and he'll get his wish when he faces Brock Lesnar with No Holds Barred.

Brock Lesnar has built a legacy out of conquering the competition, but at WrestleMania, he’ll face a Superstar who won’t run from a brawl when he battles Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Match.

Considering the punishment Lesnar delivered to Ambrose in recent weeks, the unstable brawler would have to be a lunatic to want a match against the destructive competitor.

But after Lesnar brutally attacked Ambrose in the parking lot before the Feb. 22 Raw, driving him through a car windshield and sending him to the hospital, Ambrose wanted to get even.

He commandeered an ambulance and returned to Raw to call out The Beast. Lesnar kicked him in the stomach and shrugged off the confrontation at first, but then Ambrose caught Lesnar and Heyman’s interest by asking for a No Holds Barred Match at WrestleMania.

Ambrose has earned a reputation for being one of the most resilient Superstars of all time, fighting through some of WWE’s most vicious matches. Pain won’t stop Ambrose, so long as his opponent suffers it a little bit more.                                            

At WrestleMania on April 3, though, he’ll face arguably the most punishing Superstar in sports-entertainment history. The Conqueror is not a clever nickname; it’s a warning of what to expect when Lesnar steps between the ropes. He hands out German suplexes to opponents like candy on Halloween.

Boosting Ambrose’s chances are the equalizer he will likely carry with him into AT&T Stadium on April 3. The WWE Universe witnessed WWE Hall of Famer and Mick Foley pass the torch of “Barbie” — the infamous barbed wire baseball bat Foley wielded in many a hardcore conflict — on the March 14 edition of Raw. Could The Hardcore Legend’s hand-me-down make all the difference when The Lunatic Fringe faces Paul Heyman’s 6-foot-3, 286-pound world-beater?

Dean Ambrose caught Brock Lesnar’s attention, but will he come to regret it? Find out at WrestleMania when it airs live tonight on WWE Network at 7 ET/4 PT.