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Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman have been feuding for months now, and they’ve both been able to claim victories over each other. Their feud has been a violent one to say the least, and at one point Braun Strowman flipped over an ambulance with Roman Reigns inside.

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As their feud was beginning to heat up, it was discovered that Braun Strowman had injured his elbow, and Strowman was forced to take time off so that he could undergo surgery. The Monster Among Men recently returned to Monday Night Raw, and he went right after Roman Reigns.

It was later announced that Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman would face off in an Ambulance Match at WWE Great Balls of Fire, and the two Raw stars went to war on Sunday night.

It didn’t take long for this match to escalate, and after Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns exchanged blows inside the ring, the action spilled to the outside.

Strowman brought Reigns to the top of the ramp, and then he cleared off the Raw announce table. Braun set The Big Dog up on his shoulders, but Roman fought back. Braun then threw Roman off the stage into the side of the ambulance.

Braun tried to place Roman inside the ambulance, but The Big Dog fought back and he smashed Braun’s face into the door. Roman tried a Superman Punch, but Roman fought back, so he hit him with another one before attempting to push Strowman into the ambulance. Strowman then hit Reigns with a backboard from the ambulance and he threw him back onto the stage.

Braun charged at Reigns, but Roman moved and Braun ran into the screen. Reigns tried to go after Strowman, but Strowman reversed it into a powerslam. Roman reversed the reversal and pushed Braun through the LED screen at the top of the entrance ramp as the crowd chanted “this is awesome.”

Roman tried to drag Braun Strowman to the ambulance, but Braun pushed him off the stage. They battled back and forth in front of the ambulance, and then Roman went for a spear, but Strowman moved out of the way threw him into the ambulance then close the door to win the match.

Roman opened the doors back up and speared Strowman. Roman threw Strowman into the back of the ambulance then drove it away. He parked it in the parking garage and stopped for a minute. Roman looked at himself in the mirror then backed up the ambulance into a semi-truck that was parked in the arena.

Reigns got out of the ambulance and sold the impact from the crash as Kurt Angle looked on stunned and tried to check on Braun in the back of the ambulance. Roman walked away as Jamie Noble tried to pry open the door to get Braun out.

Curt Hawkins and Heath Slater wrestled a match, but the cameras basically ignored it and cut to the back where the fire department opened up the ambulance with the jaws of life.

When the door opened, Braun Strowman was bloody, and he crawled out of the ambulance then tried to walk. He fell down and refused medical attention while everyone told him to stay down. Strowman continued to crawl under his own power several times, and eventually he walked off and told Kurt Angle, the fire department and the EMTs, “leave me alone” as the fans in the arena clapped.

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