Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon (Steel Cage Match)

March 22

Shane McMahon has drawn the ire of Braun Strowman in recent weeks and will now have to enter the ring with a Monster at WrestleMania inside a Steel Cage.

Shane O-Mac tried various attempts to calm Strowman’s frayed nerves over the WWE Title picture and teach lessons in conflict resolution, but the only possible resolution will come inside the squared circle. After Strowman demanded an apology on Raw, McMahon appeared to initially acquiesce, but he quickly turned to poking The Monster Among Men with insults of his intelligence.


The following week, an incensed Strowman had a new demand – a match with McMahon. Before the opening bell, The Monster came out mauling, but McMahon zoomed in on Strowman with repeated blows with a camera before an elbow drop through the announce table and buckets of slime brought the humiliation to a new level. Strowman sought payback at WWE Fastlane, but his plans were foiled when McMahon suffered an apparent knee injury.

On the March 29 edition of Raw, an enraged Monster Among Men held Shane-O-Mac to his word that he could have any match he wanted by choosing the match stipulation for their WrestleMania showdown: A Steel Cage Match!

How will Strowman respond to McMahon’s bullying when they meet inside the unforgiving steel?

Don’t miss the showdown at the special two-night event, streaming live tonight and tomorrow, beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.

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