WWE Extreme Rules 2019: WWE Universe, it’s time for that one WWE night where everything goes EXTREME. Yeah, I’m talking about WWE Extreme Rules 2019 which is set to take place on July 14, 2019, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is fitting that an extreme event like this is coming to Philly; it is the home of ECW after all. So, are you ready to kick off the road to SummerSlam? Let’s have a look at how Extreme Rules’ card is coming together and add a few predictions to the mix.
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Where to Watch WWE Extreme Rules 2019?
WWE Extreme Rules 2019 will be available on pay-per-view or via the WWE Network. However, although we’re accustomed to using WWE’s official streaming service as it’s available everywhere, it’s not the only channel around. Here’s a list of Extreme Rules 2019 official broadcasters:
WWE Network (Worldwide)
With WWE Network, you get access to every live WWE pay-per-view event at no additional cost. All you need is a single subscription, and you’ll be watching premium WWE content on your Apple TV, Xbox, Android, iOS, PlayStation, PC, Mac, Roku, and Samsung Smart TV.
Sky Sport (UK)
You’ll be seeing how WWE goes Extreme in the UK on Sky Sport. The event is a PPV, so you’re going to have to spend some pennies. It’s not much though. Extreme Rules 2019 is for only £14.95. Once you purchase the event, you get to watch it on PC, Mac, Android, or iOS.
Main Event (Australia)
Aussies also get to see Extreme Rules on none other than Main Event. The event is at $24.95. That’s quite cheap compared to the other events available on the channel. Get the PPV and stream it live on iOS, PC, Mac, Xbox, Samsung Smart TV, PlayStation, Android, or Chromecast.
WWE Extreme Rules 2019 -Match Card And Predictions
Stomping Ground wasn’t that good, and the reviews prove that, but it was so much better than Super Show Down. Well, WWE will try to bounce back and what do you think they’ll do? There’s no better way to begin the road to SummerSlam than to see Baron Corbin take on Seth Rollins for the Universal Title, again!!!
Some other storylines are heading into this show but also a few continuing from the previous month. Even though I’m against it, but the return of the Undertaker was amazing, especially when we get to see him pummel the Scottish Psychopath. We’ll be talking more about that later on.
The 2019 edition of Extreme Rules will be taking place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadephia on July 14. Let’s see how the match card is shaping up so far:
Seth Rollins (C) and Becky Lynch (C) vs Baron Corbin And Lacey Evan
This fight has been building up for quite some time now. First, we got to see Baron Corbin take on Seth Rollins for how many times now? Two, three? Yeah, that’s more than we deserve. Corbin has been unsuccessful in snatching the title, but in the past week during Raw, a huge announcement was made.
It’s kind of fun to get Seth and Beck’s relationship to WWE TV. She did come and save him at Stomping Grounds. Back on Raw, the two decided to go for a Mixed-Match against Corbin and Lacey Evans (She too lost to Becky like three times). In my opinion, WWE is giving these two more unearned opportunities that others really deserve. However, the storyline ended up with two teams fighting for the Universal and Raw Women’s titles in a tag match. That’s a good shake-up. So, who do you think will win? Does the red belt suit the likes of Corbin? Share your predictions in the comment section.
The Undertaker and Roman Reign vs Shane Mcmahon and Drew Mcintyre
Now, this came in as a surprise to WWE fans all over the world. Two weeks ago on Raw, Roman Reigns was getting the beatdown of a lifetime. Before Shane got to hit his Coast to Coast, the lights went out, and Undertaker’s gong was heard all over the arena. That’s before the arena’s ceiling went off due to the crowd’s reaction.
We don’t know why Undertaker decided to show up at the time, but we’re getting a Tag-Team match come Extreme Rules. On the next episode of Raw, Undertaker came out and talked about why he interfered, well, he just disrespects Shane now. The Deadman didn’t have a successful match against Goldberg at Super Show Down. I’m sorry, but the Undertaker’s matches are way better than that. This one though was kind of a yawn and full of botches. Let’s see how the Undertaker is going to (Sit-up) from that. Don’t miss as Roman Reigns teams up with the Undertaker to take on Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre this Sunday at Extreme Rules. Oh did I mention that it’s a No Holds Barred Match? How Extreme can this get?
Kofi Kingston vs. Samoa Joe
What does Joe want? No one knows. Why did you come after a champion that’s not even on your brand? Is that a way to tell us that the WWE Championship is heading to Raw? Is someone becoming an Undisputed Champion?
Well, whatever the reason is, Joe is coming for Kingston. He launched an attack on the WWE Champion after he defeated Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens at Raw. The brand-split has no meaning now; every Super Star gets to step in the other brand’s ring at will. Is WWE ready to pull the trigger on Joe as a World Champion? We will get our answer in a few days. Don’t get too excited, leave some for the most Extreme Night of the year.
Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley
The Smackdown Women’s title is online the line and again, against a Raw superstar. What’s up with the rules? Alexa Bliss has been aiming for Bayley’s title ever since The Hugger cashed in her Money in the Bank contract. Not only that, but Bayley managed to beat Alexa back at Stomping Grounds.
The reason why Alexa earned another opportunity at the title is thanks to Nikki Cross. Alexa’s so-called best friend beat the Champion to earn Bliss a title match at the upcoming PPV. Now, we have Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley for the Smackdown Women’s title. Will Bayley successfully defend her titles and make her huggers proud? Would this be a not so (Moment of Bliss) for Alexa? Let’s see come Extreme Rules.
What Else is on the Card?
The full card has not yet been confirmed, but we still have a couple of matches that will ignite your weekend. Check them out below:
- Drew Gulak (c) vs. Tony Nese (Cruiserweight Title)
- Daniel Bryan and Rowan (c) vs. The New Day vs. Heavy Machinery (SmackDown Tag-Team Titles)
- Aleister Black vs. TBA
It seemed like WWE was heading in a not so creative direction this past couple of months. However, rumors are floating around the Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman have taken the roles of Executive directors of both SmackDown and Raw, respectively. That means we get to see the return of some WCW and ECW like matches.
You don’t know what these two have in stores for us, but there are some words of a possible Women’s Tag Title match at Extreme Rules. You may see The IIconics (c) vs. The Kabuki Warriors. We never know, WWE has teased a lot about these two and we’ve yet to see what they’re capable of as a team.
Finn Balor is rumored to go head to head with Nakamura. Balor was asked to peg his next opponent, but he didn’t have to as Nakamura immediately entered the frame. Does that mean we have an upcoming face off?
Moreover, The Revival might be taking on the Usos come Sunday. It’s not confirmed yet, but we’ll know on Monday’s episode of Raw.
Finally, Riccochet might be facing AJ Styles after what these two have been through in the last couple of weeks. AJ Styles has turned heel thanks to The Club. Will he be aiming at Riccochet’s US Title? Raw’s episode will answer that as well.
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Conclusion -WWE Extreme Rules 2019
What do you think? Are the matches good enough to redeem WWE’s failed attempts in the last couple of months? In my opinion, I think it’s really good. Now you know everything there is to Extreme Rules. I gave you a few of my predictions. It’s time to share yours. Give me a shout out in the comment section below.