WWE Raw: Gutsy performances by the top superstar to break this record

 

Seven man battle for two hours in a gauntlet match starts out with two competitors and every time a winner is announced, another superstar is added until all contenders have entered the ring one after the other, with the final two remaining stars having the last match. This means that the first person in the match would have to go through a number of other men in order to win but the last person only has to win one match which is not fare but it the rule. Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins starts off gauntlet match it last for 20 minutes. Seth Rollins pims Roman Reign. On third, John Cena entered and still Seth Rollins survived.

Even though a gauntlet match is more than one match, it is still technically the longest match in the history of Monday Night Raw, whilst Seth Rollins became the Ironman of Raw when he remained in the match for more than an hour, setting a new record for the longest time spent in the match in the history of Raw.

Braun Strowman, who was the final man in the match, came out on top after pinning The Miz following a running Powerslam. The Monster Among Men looked fully prepared to step inside the steel structure for the first time this weekend.

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