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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

11 Comments

  1. So, Lashley to finally take out Lesnar, then the Championship can finally be brought back into rotation? Bloody hope so, champions who never pitch up suck.

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    • Original Heretic

      July 16, 2018 at 10:32

      Brock is training for his MMA comeback.
      He won’t appear in any more WWE stuff until after that.

      DC is going to KTFO him.

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      • For the Emperor!

        July 16, 2018 at 10:38

        Is that guy really that small? Compared to Brock at least? Picking on the little fellas again I see!

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        • Original Heretic

          July 16, 2018 at 10:51

          yeah, DC is a fairly small heavyweight. But don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s going to be a walk over for Brock. In fact, far from it.
          Cormier is the former HW champ from Strikeforce, where he beat guys WAAAAY bigger than him.
          Then he hopped over the UFC, but as a lightheavyweight (one weight class down), because one of his best friends was the UFC HW champ and he’s said that he’ll never fight against him (Cain Velasquez, in case you wondering).
          Only one guy has EVER beaten Cormier, that being Jon Jones at LHW. As a HW, DC is undefeated.
          Last weekend, DC fought the current HW champ, Stipe Miocic, for the belt. KO’d him in the first round.

          At HW, DC is still unbeaten. And his wrestling (the real stuff, not the fake kak) is of Olympic level.
          He’s GOING to hit Brock, no question about that. And that’s the one thing Brock CANNOT take. He’s always shied away from being hit, preferring to take his opponents down and use his size to just squash them and manhandle them.
          Can’t see that happening to DC.

          Brock is gonna get KO’d.
          That is, IF he can get clean. After his last UFC fight, he was found with performance enhancing drugs in his system afterwards. He’s only eligible again in Jan 2019.

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          • For the Emperor!

            July 16, 2018 at 11:20

            I hope he gets a proper SNOT KLAP!

          • Original Heretic

            July 16, 2018 at 11:22

            He’s gonna get knuckled sandwiched. Leather-bound fists are going to pummel his face.
            Here’s hoping he’s gets a twin for that scar on his left cheek, the one that Cain put there a few years back. You wanna see Brock bleed his own blood? Watch THAT fight.

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