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Braun Strowman (left) will soon face his toughest opponent to date, nine-year-old Todd Bissett.

As part of his ongoing series of clashes against woefully mismatched opponents, pro wrestler Braun Strowman will square off next Monday against Todd Bissett, a plump nine-year-old boy with respiratory problems.

The colossal Strowman has spent the past several weeks decimating a string of hapless ham-and-eggers, but will meet his toughest match yet in Bissett, a self-described “pretty good bowler.”

Strowman has made short work of his opponents in recent weeks — midget James Ellsworth and rickets sufferer Evan Anderholm — but pundits believe he may struggle to topple the plucky fourth-grader from Topeka.

“Strowman shouldn’t get over-confident,” wrote veteran wrestling journalist Dan Mutzler. “Todd Bissett may be overweight, asthmatic and clumsy, but he’s much tougher than Ellsworth or Anderholm.”

Bissett, who will be paid $1,000 for the bout, says he’s looking forward to battling Strowman, and will likely use the tried-and-true “kick-him-in-the-nads” technique.