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Universal Champion Seth Rollins & Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans (Winners Take All Mixed Tag Team Extreme Rules Match)

At WWE Extreme Rules, Universal Champion Seth Rollins & Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will put their titles on the line in a Mixed Tag Team Match in the hopes of getting Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans out of their hair once and for all. WWE.com has learned that the showdown will be an Extreme Rules Match.

Lynch and Rollins retained their respective titles against Evans and Corbin at WWE Stomping Grounds, but doing so was only possible after overcoming tremendous adversity. When The Lone Wolf named Evans as his Special Guest Referee and the nefarious pair began changing the rules throughout the Universal Title Match, The Man bolted to the ring to take out The Sassy Southern Belle.

In response, Evans and Corbin attacked The Man and her man the following night on Raw before challenging them to a Mixed Tag Team Match at WWE Extreme Rules. Rollins and Lynch accepted on the condition that they will never again have to see their adversaries in the ring together if they win the match. Corbin & Evans agreed to the stipulation, provided that the Universal and Raw Women’s Titles would be on the line.

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WWE Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Samoa Joe

Lost in the glamor of being a fighting champion is the grit and grime it takes to actually fight week in, week out, against whomever may come calling. During his reign as WWE Champion, Kofi Kingston has willingly accepted a plethora of title fights against several dangerous competitors, including Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler. Now, he'll face a different beast altogether: Samoa Joe

Much like Ziggler, Joe is the one who made the first move in this rivalry, ambushing Kingston on Raw after the champion had defeated Owens and Sami Zayn in consecutive matches. (Again: Fighting champion.) Whether Joe was trying to muscle his way to an opportunity wasn’t clear — he chokes people out at an almost frighteningly casual rate — but the bout was made all the same, sanctioned just hours before the next evening's episode of SmackDown LIVE. So now, here we are, with a fighting champion set to battle one of the deadliest fighters on the roster, and Joe once again just three seconds away from his first WWE Championship.

On paper, it’s a bit of a stylistic mismatch — Joe is a brawling submission expert, and Kofi is a kicks-and-jumps hybrid — but the true meat of this one lies in the champion’s desire to prove himself at any and all costs. It's an oft-praised aspect of Kofi's reign as WWE Champion, though that drive may prove disastrous against this particular opponent. After all, Kofi Kingston fights like he's got somethign to prove. Samoa Joe just likes to hurt people. And this only ends one of two ways: Joe is going to learn not to underestimate a man with pancakes in his pockets and a smile on his face, or Kingston is going to realize too late that discretion is the better part of valor. Either way, a lesson awaits.

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The Undertaker & Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre (No Holds Barred Match)

The bell tolls for Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre when The Undertaker rises from the darkness to join forces with unlikely ally Roman Reigns to take on the devious tandem of “The Best in the World” and The Scottish Psychopath in a No Holds Barred Match at WWE Extreme Rules.

Few would expect The Deadman to willingly stand shoulder-to-shoulder with The Big Dog, who took The Undertaker’s “Yard” at WrestleMania 33. And yet, Reigns was as surprised as everyone in the WWE Universe when The Phenom emerged on the June 24 edition of Raw to even the odds as Reigns absorbed a 2-on-1 beatdown at the hands of Shane-O-Mac and the imposing Scotsman. McMahon and McIntyre incurred the wrath of The Undertaker that night, and they could very well “Rest in Peace” at WWE Extreme Rules in Philadelphia.

Have Reigns and The Deadman truly put their legendary rivalry behind them as they team up in tag team action for the first time ever? How will they fare in this battle where anything goes?

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SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs. Big E & Xavier Woods vs. Heavy Machinery

After pleading for “real” competition, SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan will get more than they bargained for when they square off against The New Day and Heavy Machinery in a Triple Threat Match at Extreme Rules. 

Ever since they captured the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, Bryan & Rowan have touted themselves as the saviors of the tag team division. While a successful championship defense over Heavy Machinery at WWE Stomping Grounds added stock to their boasts, reality came crashing down on the pair during the June 25 installment of SmackDown LIVE, when The New Day scored a victory over them in non-title action. One week later, a match was announced between the two mighty tandems.

Hours after the news hit WWE.com, Otis & Tucker overcame the unlikely combination of Dolph Ziggler & Kevin Owens on SmackDown LIVE to earn the right to be added to the title showdown.

Whether they want to admit it, Bryan & Rowan face a tough challenge in Big E and Xavier Woods, as The New Day are not only three-time SmackDown Tag Team Champions, but also recordholders of the longest WWE Tag Team Title reign at 483 days. And experienced or not, Heavy Machinery are still Blue Collar Solid and, therefore, not the team you want to give a second chance at tag team glory.

Can Daniel & Rowan protect their rule as the “Planet’s Tag Team Champions?” Will Blue Collar Solid transform into blue and gold? Or will it be a new day for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles?

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United States Champion Ricochet vs. AJ Styles

At WWE Extreme Rules, Ricochet will attempt to defend the United States Championship against AJ Styles with The Phenomenal One’s Good Brothers surely lurking in the shadows.

Although Styles overcame the newly crowned Ricochet in a friendly non-title matchup on Raw, he failed to capture the U.S. Title during a main event showdown the following week, having his own title decision reversed mid-match when it was shown that Ricochet’s foot had been under the bottom rope. When the titleholder ultimately rolled up his opponent up for the three-count, a frustrated Styles joined Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson in a sadistic post-match assault that culminated in a vicious second-rope Styles Clash to the champion. The three longtime running buddies followed up on the brutality with a symbolic “Too Sweet” gesture over the reeling Ricochet to signify to the WWE Universe that The Club is back, and they mean business.

WWE.com has since learned that Ricochet will once again put his U.S. Title on the line against Styles. But in the wake of the three-on-one onslaught at the hands of the Good Brothers, it’s safe to say they imminent confrontation will not be the good-natured rivalry we have seen in recent weeks, but instead a highly personal contest for both competitors. The question now is: Does Ricochet have what it takes to overcome a very aggressive Styles and the apparent reformation of The Club? Or is the newly crowned titleholder in for a major Club-ing that will cost him the star-spangled title?

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SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross (2-on-1 Handicap Match)

Thanks to her friend Nikki Cross, Alexa Bliss gets another opportunity to challenge SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley at WWE Extreme Rules, and this one comes with a catch: Cross will join the title fight on the side of The Goddess to make it a 2-on-1 Handicap Match.

Flanked by her new bestie Cross, Bliss fell short against Bayley at WWE Stomping Grounds, but the contest’s conclusion assured that the issue wasn’t settled for good. Although Five Feet of Fury injured the titleholder’s limb mid-match, the heroic Bayley roared back and dove at her opponent through the ropes. At the last second, however, Alexa sacrificed Cross so that her cohort received the brunt of the incoming assault.

Rather than get mad at The Goddess, however, the enraged Cross stormed into the ring to confront Bayley, but she cost Bliss valuable time when she began arguing with the referee. Amidst the turmoil, The Hugger avoided Twisted Bliss and dropped the challenger with the Bayley-to-Belly Suplex for the three-count.

Cross was determined to make it up to her friend, and she informed Bliss that The Goddess would get another title opportunity if Nikki could defeat Bayley on SmackDown LIVE. Though Bliss seemed a little skittish about the situation as she headed to WWE's tour of Singapore and Japan, Cross pinned Bayley to earn her bestie a chance at championship glory.

After barely besting Bayley’s time in a Beat the Clock Challenge while competing on Bliss’ behalf for the right to pick the stipulation in the pay-per-view matchup, Cross announced that she would join the contest to make it a 2-on-1 Handicap Match.

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WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak vs. Tony Nese

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak’s first major test as champion arrives at WWE Extreme Rules when he faces former champion – and his former friend-turned-bitter rival – Tony Nese.

At WWE Stomping Grounds, Tony Nese’s incredible 2019 came to a screeching halt when Drew Gulak finally ascended to the top of the Cruiserweight division. Gulak – returning earlier this month with a more serious demeanor following a brief hiatus – defeated his two greatest rivals, Nese and Akira Tozawa, in a Triple Threat Match to finally claim the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

However, Nese – who initially won the championship at WrestleMania in front of a hometown crowd – would not take the defeat lightly. Two nights later he collided with Tozawa in a battle to determine who would challenge The Philadelphia Stretcher for the title at WWE Extreme Rules. Following another jaw-dropping encounter of two of the best Cruiserweights in the world, Nese emerged victorious and secured his rematch.

Can Nese reclaim the coveted Cruiserweight Championship or has the era of Drew Gulak only just begun?

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Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley (Last Man Standing Match)

For several months, Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley have been attempting to tear each other to shreds. They’ll get their chance at WWE Extreme Rules when one Superstar definitively (and literally) stands tall over the other at the conclusion of what is sure to be a gruesome Last Man Standing Match.

The two behemoths have battled in everything from an arm wrestling contest to a hard-hitting match at WWE Super ShowDown, both of which were won by Strowman. The impetus for the Last Man Standing Match came on the July 1 edition of Raw when a Falls Count Anywhere Match between The Monster Among Men and The All Mighty concluded with Strowman charging Lashley at full speed and sending them both crashing through the video wall on the Raw set. The horrifying scene caused mass destruction and resulted in both men leaving on a stretcher, with Strowman suffering several injuries.

Strowman refused to stay down for long, bouncing back quicker than anyone could have expected. Will The All Mighty make good on his promise to send Strowman “to the morgue,” or will Braun silence Bobby’s bold claims by keeping him down for the count of 10?

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Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival vs. The Usos

The Usos spoke it, and now it just might come to pass. Jimmy & Jey are on the cusp of becoming seven-time Tag Team Champions now that they’ve been named as the top challengers to The Revival, who the twins will challenge for the Raw Tag Team Titles at WWE Extreme Rules.

The bout is a unique opportunity for both teams to cement their reputations. Jimmy & Jey have racked up reign after reign over the past several years, and a seventh stint with tandem gold would put them in the kind of rarefied air only the most legendary of tag teams have breathed. The Revival, meanwhile, are among the most talented tag teams of their generation and are looking for a definitive victory to cement their second stint as Raw Tag Team Champions.

Ironically, the champs are coming into Extreme Rules at something of a disadvantage, having taken the deciding fall in Raw’s 2-out-of-3-Falls Six-Man Tag Team Match. But the bounce-back rate for the “Top Guys” has always been impressive, and if Jimmy & Jey take victory for granted going into Philadelphia, reign No. 7 could be beyond their reach for a very long time.

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Aleister Black vs. Cesaro

The WWE Universe is in for a slugfest that won't be for the faint of heart at WWE Extreme Rules when Aleister Black spars with the one Superstar who finally came knocking on his door, Cesaro.

The Dutch Destroyer spent weeks begging for a fight against any Superstar willing to step up to him, and on the July 9 edition of SmackDown LIVE, he found his match in The Swiss Cyborg. In Cesaro, Black not only finds a suitable challenge, but his biggest hurdle since joining SmackDown LIVE.

A bionic in-ring machine, Cesaro has duked it out with the best of them while maintaining his reputation as one of the toughest competitors in action today. For Black, he’s simply out to prove that he is the best of them.

Get set for a hard-hitting war of attrition when the striking man from Amsterdam squares up against The Swiss Cyborg. Who’s coming out of this battle with the victory?

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Com a salganhada toda em que isto tem andado nem dá para perceber qual é a ideia, só espero que agora que o Heyman e o Bischoff vão agarrar nisto acabem com a treta da Wild Card Rule e façam uma divisão como deve ser dos rosters.

Universal Champion Seth Rollins & Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans (Winners Take All Mixed Tag Team Extreme Rules Match)

Que ganhe o Seth e a Becky e parem de forçar tanto a relação deles na TV.

Como próximos adversários, para a Becky adorava que fosse a Sasha, e para o Seth que seja o Drew, ou se me for permitido sonhar, o Sami.

WWE Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Samoa Joe

Aqui vou pelo Joe, e devem prolongar a feud um pouco mais.

The Undertaker & Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre (No Holds Barred Match)

O combate que menos tenho vontade de ver, detesto quando simplesmente anunciam que vai haver um combate após um segmento, se tivessem desenvolvido um pouco mais a história até se marcar o combate, podia ser que isto tivesse mais interesse.

SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs. Big E & Xavier Woods vs. Heavy Machinery

Acho que fico satisfeito com qualquer um que ganhe, só espero que seja um bom combate. A preferência está na vitória do Bryan e que lhe comecem a dar mais tempo na TV.

United States Champion Ricochet vs. AJ Styles

Dêem lhes tempo e não vamos ficar desapontados. Num Takeover isto seria MOTY muito fácil.

SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross (2-on-1 Handicap Match)

Isto está mais interessante do que contava. Estou a conseguir apreciar em kayfabe mode e sempre que a Cross fala apetece me chamar lhe burra por acreditar na Alexa e espero que mais para a frente a Alexa turne nela.

Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley (Last Man Standing Match)

Desta vez rebentem com mais qualquer coisa. Que ganhe o Braun.

Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival vs. The Usos

Outro que num Takeover seria épico, aqui devem ser só 10 minutos a despachar.

Aleister Black vs. Cesaro

Adoro o Cesaro, mas neste caso não o teria escolhido. Em termos de storyline faria muito mais sentido se fosse o Ali ou o Bray a querer lutar com o Aleister.

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Eu espero é que seja a Nikki a manipular a Alexa para chegar ao titulo.

Se for a Alexa a manipula-la é só mais uma Mickie ou Nia, e faz da Nikki uma burra do crl.

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Que ganhe o Gulak. Sou sincero, não vejo o 205 live mas não consigo acreditar no Nese como babyface. É suposto eu conseguir identificar-me com um gajo que tem mil abs? Come on WWE.

Bayley (c) vs Alexa and Nikki

Até tenho gostado do reinado da Bayley, parece que finalmente decidiram booka-la como deve ser. Que ganhe ela e siga para feudar com a Charlotte. Ou então ganha a Nikki e recusa-se a dar o cinto a Alexa.

Revival (c) vs Usos

Tou tão farto de ver combates entre eles fdx. m*rda para a WWE e o overbooking. Ah eles tão em feud? Então bora fazer mil combates entre eles para construir outro combate entre eles num PPV. Se esta m*rda fosse bem feita tinham aqui MOTY. Usos e Revival? Melhores tags do mundo, mereciam mais.

The Planet Champs (c) vs HM vs New Day

Daniel Bryan. É só.

Ah e que venham os Viking Warriors, Raiders, Experience, War, p*ta que os pariu.

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Nem me vou alongar com esta m*rda. Stunner no Shane, Drew fica a toa tipo wtf, Tombstone, at Sumerslam Drew retires Taker. Thank you.

Lashley vs Braun

Acho que ganha o Braun apesar de preferir o Lashley. Não tou muito interessado nisto, já perdi o interesse no Braun há muito e o Lashley sem o Lio não tem piada.

Black vs Cesaro

Black Mass, next. Não mas a serio, pode ser o combate da noite isto.

Ricochet (c) vs AJ Styles

Foi como disseram ai atrás, fosse num TakeOver era o combate do ano. Mas vai ser top na mesma. Que ganhe o Ricochet, não faz sentido perder já o cinto e que continuem isto até ao Summerslam pelo menos.

Kofi Kingston (c) vs Samoa Joe

Ganha o Kofi, e com um rollup. Depois no Summerslam o Joe tira-lhe o cinto.

Boyfriends (c) vs Evans and Corbin

Ah que m*rda. Ganha a Becky, turna no Seth e foge com a Maria.

Vá agora a serio. Ninguém acredita que o Seth e a Becky vão perder, nem deve haver ninguém interessado em ver esta m*rda.

Só gostava que no final do combate quando o Seth e a Becky tivesse a festejar, de repente lights out, a luz voltava e o Seth no meio do ringue sozinho. No Becky, no belt. E uma voz de fundo a dizer "follow the lider". Acabava o PPV.

 

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vai ser um PPV muito fixe. leram aqui primeiro.

In all seriousness, é um card muito bacano. Rico x Styles; Joe x Kofi; Cesaro x Black têm tudo para ser do crl. Mesmo o Taker/Roman, se deixarem o Roman e o Drew fazer a maioria do trabalho, pode ser muito interessante.

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O próprio combate também é desnecessário. O interesse no combate não vai ser assim tanto porque não há build e porque tá no pre show, e o - creio - inevitável rematch no SS não vai ter a mesma exclusividade. Preferia que, por exemplo, tivessem apenas alguma interação neste PPV (tipo uma brawl no backstage), e continuassem a buildar até ao Summerslam.  

Espero que o Owens destrua o Ziggler, depois custe o combate ao Shane, e no pós match o Drew f*da o Taker com um Claymore 😎 

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Não sei o que que é mais estúpido. Se ter um IC title match no Kickoff que nem sequer foi anunciado, ou o Finn perder já o cinto.

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Citação de The Creator, há 6 minutos:

O Rollins precisa de um heel turn ASAP

Acho que precisa é que acabem de forçar estas cenas de usar na TV a relação dele com a Becky.
Não creio que isso esteja propriamente a ajudar nenhum deles.

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Tive tempo de ir a rua comprar cerveja e o Taker ainda não acabou a entrada.

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Fdx, como é que este combate dura tanto tempo crl? Depois o Styles ou o Black nem 10 min, p*ta que pariu.

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Citação de Ruas, há 13 minutos:

Tive tempo de ir a rua comprar cerveja e o Taker ainda não acabou a entrada.

Super bock? 

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Citação de Harry Kane, há 1 minuto:

Super bock? 

Isso nem se pergunta maninho.

35 min e nem apareceu o Owens

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Apesar deste mini botch no final, acho que foi o melhor combate do Taker em anos. Também ajuda trabalhar com gajos como o Roman e o Drew em vez do Goldberg reformado.

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Citação de Ruas, há 7 minutos:

Fdx, como é que este combate dura tanto tempo crl? Depois o Styles ou o Black nem 10 min, p*ta que pariu.

Mesmo. Isto com as entradas e tudo durou uns 35 minutos. Que crl.

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Crl, aquela shot do Drew a aparecer do nada por trás do Taker enquanto ele fazia a cena da garganta tava tão boa. :40_rage:c*brão do romano. 

Bom combate. Foi só pena o botchzito ao tentar pegar no Shane pro Tombstone

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