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Sasha Banks and Charlotte will compete in an Ironman match at Roadblock

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Last week on RAW we saw Sasha Banks claim the Women's Championship for the third time since WrestleMania 32.

Then tonight the Boss revealed exactly what the plan is for Charlotte's rematch which will come at the upcoming Roadblock event.

Second time lucky?

Banks laid down the challenge tonight to the former champion for a 30-minute Ironman match at Roadblock.

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The true test of endurance will take place at the final event of the year and will require the two women to win as many falls as possible in the time allowed.

The match will mark the second Ironman match that Banks has been involved in with her first coming against Bayley during her NXT days.

But now she faces a tougher test against Charlotte who is still yet to lose a match at a PPV.

We were given a small sample of the brutality that will be unleashed at Roadblock at the end of RAW when Charlotte attempted to apologise to her father Ric Flair for the way she dismissed him several months ago.

What was supposed to be an apology to her father turned into a full scale beat down of Banks who tried to come to the aid of the Nature Boy.

Banks was left laying face down in the ring in front of Flair as Charlotte aimed to show just how easily she can incapacitate the new Women's Champion.

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