The Big Show and Braun Strowman put on another great match Monday on RAW with moves that would have been impressive for much more petite men.

The show is 7-foot and 385. Strowman is 6-8 and 389. Both men have recently lost significant amounts of weight.

But not even the ring survived the match.

Strowman delivered a superplex from the top rope, and the impact of both men crashing to the mat led to the ring’s collapse. Take note of the referee, who is flung from the call to the floor.

This is not the first time the ring has collapsed and not the first time The Big Show has been involved in the damage.
Big Show and Brock Lesnar broke the ring on an episode of Smackdown in 2003.
He Big Show and Mark Henry also broke the ring in 2011 at the Vengeance pay-per-view. In interviews for years, after he and Lesnar broke the ring, The Big Show insisted that the result was accurate and that the crew was not gimmicky to break.