Strong coupling of two-dimensional semiconductor excitons with plasmonic resonators enables control of light-matter interaction at the subwavelength scale. Here we develop strong coupling in plasmonic nano-gap resonators that allow modification of exciton number contributing to the coupling. Using this system, we not only demonstrate a large vacuum Rabi splitting up to 163 meV and splitting features in photoluminescence spectra, but also reveal that the exciton number can be reduced down to single-digit level (N<10), which is an order lower than that of traditional systems, close to single-exciton based strong coupling. In addition, we prove that the strong coupling process is not affected by the large exciton coherence size that was previously believed to be detrimental to the formation of plasmon-exciton interaction. Our work provides a deeper understanding of storng coupling in two-dimensional semiconductors, paving the way for room temperature quantum optics applications.