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WWE Extreme Rules 2018 – All the match results

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Sorry, football world cup what? The real main event in sports didn’t take place on a soccer pitch, but inside the squared circle of a WWE ring as ladders, tables and chairs collided in a brutal fusion of flesh and steel. Taking place from the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, here are all the match results for WWE Extreme Rules 2018.

  • Andrade “Cien” Almas def. Sin Cara (Kickoff Match)
  • SAnitY def. The New Day (Kickoff Tables Match)
  • The B-Team def. “Woken” Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions
  • Finn Bálor def. “Constable” Baron Corbin
  • SmackDown Women’s Champion Carmella def. Asuka
  • Shinsuke Nakamura def. Jeff Hardy to become the new United States Champion; Randy Orton attacked Hardy after the match
  • Kevin Owens def. Braun Strowman in a Steel Cage Match via Escape
  • SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bludgeon Brothers def. Team Hell No
  • Bobby Lashley def. Roman Reigns
  • Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Nia Jax (Extreme Rules Match) results
  • WWE Champion AJ Styles def. Rusev
  • Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler def. Seth Rollins (30-Minute WWE Iron Man results

And that was the night! With a loss to the B-Team (The B stands for “Best”) and Shinsuke Nakamura, even Woken Matt Hardy detailed that the latest run of House Hardy may finally be ovah:

Bobby Lashley proved that the WWE food chain could be in for a massive upset when he defeated Roman Reigns in a clean finish during their showdown, while AJ Styles managed to avoid becoming a casualty of Rusev by the skin of his teeth. As for that Iron Man match that closed off Extreme Rules? That was a showcase of talent, as Dolph Ziggler and Seth Rollins ran a marathon that saw the Show-off face a severe disadvantage when the Kingslayer picked up three pins throughout the bout.

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With no points on his side of the scorecard, Ziggler had to pull a miracle out of the match after Drew McInTyre cost him another point. That he did, by taking advantage of his DQ point loss to pin the challenger, following up with a Superkick and a Zig Zag to equalise the score. Tied and going into overtime thanks to RAW General Manager Kurt Angle demanding a definitive end to the night, Ziggler’s ally Drew McIntyre provided a timely distraction that saw the Zig Zag locked in again.

One, two and three: Dolph Ziggler was still Intercontinental Champion as Extreme Rules came to an end.

Last Updated: July 16, 2018

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