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WWE WrestleMania results: Shane McMahon tossed off the top of the steel cage

After weeks of being taunted and being called stupid, Braun Strowman stepped inside of a steel cage against Shane McMahon at WWE WrestleMania 37.

Jerry “The King” Lawler was the guest commentator for this match. Lawler said this match would be about “brains over Braun.”

Elias and Jaxson Ryker attacked Strowman with chairs to the leg before Strowman could get inside the cage. They handed the chair to McMahon so he could use it as the match got started. McMahon had the advantage in the early part of the match because of Strowman favoring his leg and being unable to move around too well. McMahon ripped a piece of metal off the top of the cage so he could use as a weapon.

McMahon tried to escape but Strowman caught up to him and he law darted him several times into the side of the cage. Strowman’s back leg eventually gave out and that allowed McMahon to take over. McMahon hit a coast-to-coast dropkick that took him from one turnbuckle to the other. Meanwhile, Ryker and Elias climbed up so they could help McMahon over the cage but Strowman threw himself into the cage to knock off Elias and Ryker. McMahon was knocked back into the ring.

McMahon tried to climb up again but Strowman went up behind him. McMahon knocked off Strowman by hitting him in the head with a toolbox. McMahon climbed over the cage but Strowman jumped up and grabbed McMahon’s hand through the cage. Strowman ripped the steel of the cage so he could bring McMahon back in the ring.

Strowman then set himself and McMahon up on top of the cage so he could toss McMahon off the top. Strowman then went into the ring. Strowman pinned McMahon after hitting the running powerslam.

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