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WWE Extreme Rules Coverage: WWE Championship Match

WWE Championship Last Man Standing Match: John Cena (c) vs. Ryback
Cena sends Ryback off the ropes, but Ryback takes him down with a shoulder tackle. Ryback slams Cena again, but he gets up at a count of two. Cena sends Ryback off the ropes and takes him down with a shoulder block. Ryback comes back and slams Cena down to the mat. Cena gets to his feet at the count of three. They go back and forth a bit before Ryback slams Cena hard to the mat. Cena stays down until a count of six this time. Ryback slams him again, and the referee begins to count. Ryback picks Cena up and power bombs Cena to the mat. Cena gets up at seven and sends Ryback to the floor. Ryback gets up at six and gets back into the ring. Ryback delivers a spine-buster and Cena is down. Ryback sets up a table in the corner as Cena gets up at eight. Ryback puts Cena through the table with a fall-away slam. Cena gets up, but Ryback slams him to the mat again. Cena fights back and takes Ryback down with a power slam. Ryback gets to his feet and Cena catches him again. Ryback powerbombs Cena and Cena is down again. Cena gets back up at five, but Ryback drops him with the Meat Hook clothesline. Cena gets up, and Ryback goes for it again, but Cena ducks and catches Ryback in the STF. Ryback is out and the referee begins to count. Ryback gets up at nine as Cena sets up a table in the middle of the ring. Ryback goes for Shell Shocked, but Cena counters and delivers the Attitude Adjustment through the table, and both men are down. Cena gets up at seven; Ryback at nine. Ryback catches Cena on the top rope and delivers Shell Shocked and the referee begins the count again. Cena gets up at nine and Ryback goes to the outside to grab a steel chair. Cena drives Ryback right into the timekeeper’s area, and both men fall through the barricade. Both men are up at seven and they fight into the crowd. Ryback slams Cena’s head into a trunk and tears a piece of the wall off. Ryback bounces it off of Cena’s head, and the referee begins to count. Cena gets up at nine and locks in a sleeper hold on Ryback. Ryback collapses and the referee begins to count again. Ryback gets up and Cena puts him on a table. Cena climbs to the next section up and dives, and he and Ryback crash through the table and they are both down as the referee counts. Cena gets up at six; Ryback at eight. Cena sprays Ryback with a fire extinguisher and then bounces it off of his skull twice. Ryback gets up at six, and Cena goes for the AA on the stage. Both men crash through part of the stage and we see sparks fly. We see the referee run towards the ring and then we see a series of replays of what just happened. We see both men backstage and trainers are calling for paramedics. Ryback gets to his feet with the help of a referee and trainer as Cena is loaded onto a stretcher.
Match Result: No Contest.

We see a video preview for Payback, which is on June 16th.

We then see another replay of what just happened between Cena and Ryback. Finally, we see the video hype package for the Brock Lesnar/Triple H feud.

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8 Responses

  1. Adam says:

    What a crock. I usually only buy WM, SS and the Rumble. This kind of crap is why. No contests should NEVER be on a PPV. People pay $50 bucks to see good solid finishes…never again. My money is too important to be wasted on a screw job finish.

  2. skrat says:

    and a lame no contest finish, I guess better than super cena right?

  3. seanyd says:

    well, Ryback was actually the last man standing, he got up, cena didn’t?

  4. leg lover j says:

    Worst free per view ever!

  5. Vendetta says:

    new storyline – Cena/Ryback: how Ryback was the last man standing but didnt get the title.

  6. micheal says:

    any thing to let cena keep a title he not entitle too

  7. Scott II says:

    Please tell me this is just creative having a brain fart after Cena’s injury. Please tell me it’s just that, and not Cena abusing his backstage pull.

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