You can't argue that the two top stars in the past year of Monday Night Raw have been Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman.
For the last year and a half, Reigns and Strowman have been rivals inside the squared circle.
In-fact, it was probably at one stage the best and bloodiest rivalry in the company, with Strowman flipping Reigns off a stretcher onto the floor, and Reigns crashing an ambulance with the Monster Among Men inside into a truck.
After their feud climaxed, Strowman turned into a babyface in late 2017 and beyond, but as he tried to cash his Money In The Bank in on Reigns on the Raw after SummerSlam this year, The Shield reformed to prevent him doing so.
That moment began his alliance with Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre, but that broke down two weeks ago following another six-man tag loss, where McIntyre laid out Strowman following the match.
But Strowman cemented his face turn on Raw last week, firstly by stating that Reigns would be the first-in-line for a title opportunity when he recovers from Leukemia, and then going after McIntyre in the Tag Team Championship main event.
And there was a heartfelt moment this weekend at a live event in Corbin, Kentucky, as Strowman was pictured holding a sign up in support of the Big Dog.
WWE fans were quick to praise Strowman's class on Twitter after the heartwarming moment.
Strowman will go one-on-one with Brock Lesnar for the vacant Universal Championship at Crown Jewel on November 2, which will emanate from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The two have faced off in multi-man matches before, but never one-on-one, so it will be interesting and intriguing to see what happens when they face-off in a singles match for the first time ever.
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