WWE extreme rules 2020 is an upcoming pay per view event that will take place on the 19th of July, 2020 with the tagline, The Horrow show. The event will stream live on the WWE network and will feature alot of matches which include: 1. WWE's champion, Drew McIntyre and the show stopper, Dolph Ziggler will face off in a predetermined match for the WWE championship. Note: Championships can only change hand either via pinfall or submission. 2. The WWE raw women's champion, Asuka and the Boss, Sasha Banks will go
The feud between Rey Mysterio and Seth Rollins has become very personal. Seth Rollins attacked Rey Mysterio on the night after WWE Money In The Bank. Rollins drove Mysterio eye-first into the corner of the steel stairs, forcing Mysterio out of competition for over three weeks. In this past week's episode of WWE RAW, after the team of Mysterio and Kevin Owens was victorious over Rollins and Murphy, Mysterio challenged the Monday Night Messiah to an Eye For An Eye Match at WWE Extreme Rules. WWE's statement
Whether you call it Extreme Rules 2020 or 'The Horror Show at Extreme Rules', the upcoming pay-per-view should be a very interesting one for WWE. And this is because it will set the stage for the second-biggest pay-per-view of the year- WWE SummerSlam 2020, which is why Extreme Rules needs to be off the charts. While the clashes that are lined up for us (Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler, Apollo Crews vs. MVP) at WWE Extreme Rules may be predictable in a sense, WWE can really make the event memorable with some
WWE Extreme Rules comes up on the 26th Of September, 2021 and it is already loaded with matches. The "Almighty" Bobby Lashley is set to defend his title against the "Apex predator" Randy Orton in a one on one extreme rules match. This match came as a result of the conflict between Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton that occurred on Monday Night RAW.
WWE Extreme Rules 2020 is here, and this time, not only is it going to be extreeeeeme, but apparently, it's going to be a Horror Show. For years, the company has booked the WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view as the one time of the year that everything gets extreme but, this time, things have taken a rather large twist. Taking place in the middle of the current pandemic, WWE has to do something to make this WWE Extreme Rules 2020 memorable. For Money in the Bank 2020, they introduced the Corporate Money in the Bank
Seth Rollins and Rey Mysterio are set to go one on one in an Eye For An Eye Match at WWE Extreme Rules this weekend. To hype the match, The Monday Night Messiah has been posting "study tapes" that he has been referring to prepare for the match. This week was no different, but Rollins' preparation caught the eye of James Ellsworth, who chimed in, giving his two cents. Earlier this month, WWE announced how the winner of the match will be decided and how it plans to shoot the match. The Eye For An Eye Match
Full Details: 1. Cesaro def. Big E It was decision time for The New Day and Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro, and Big E and The Swiss Cyborg were left to sort out the stipulation. The two Superstars battled for the right to choose between a Steel Cage Match and a Tables Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship showdown at The Horror ... 2. Bayley & Sasha Banks def. Asuka & Nikki Cross Alexa Bliss promised to set SmackDown abuzz with her mystery guest on “A Moment of Bliss,” and Asuka did exactly that. The
Full details: 1. Raw Women’s Title Match ends in controversy In a literal sense, Sasha Banks left The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules with the Raw Women’s Championship, but not without controversy. The Legit Boss was extra vicious from the start, deploying a short finger lock and using other varieties of precise limb manipulation to stifle Asuka. A back-and-forth battle on the apron proved especially dire for Asuka, who was slammed back-first into the ringside plexiglass. Banks’ ensuing frogsplash only