* Poll results: Grade WWE’s Extreme Rules
The WWE Extreme Rules Kickoff show kicks off from the Prudential Center in Newark, Jersey, and Renee Young, Booker T, Jerry Lawler, and Corey Graves welcome us to the show. Renee asks what match the guys are looking forward to, and Graves says the Women’s Championship Match so that Charlotte can prove the doubters wrong once and for all, and King says Ambrose vs. Jericho so Jericho can get his retribution on Ambrose. Booker says the Extreme Rules Match between Styles and Reigns, and he can feel that history will be made tonight. We head backstage to Tom Phillips and the Social Media Lounge. He says he will be joined by Rusev and Lana later tonight.
We see the video highlight package for the feud between Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose, who will do battle in the first every Asylum Match tonight. Booker says there is no way to anticipate what can happen in this match tonight, but if there is anyone who can it’s Chris Jericho. Graves says he has known Ambrose for almost a decade and he has seen some brutal stuff from Ambrose and tonight doesn’t look good for Jericho tonight. Graves says the mop and bucket won’t be used by the people they are intended for and Booker says the barbed wire bat will come in handy tonight. Graves picks Ambrose to win and Lawler and Booker pick Jericho. Renee remind s us of the No Disqualification Match between Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler, and Graves brings up the Women’s Championship Submission Match between Charlotte and Natalya as we head to a break.
Back from the break, we see the video hype package for the feud between Charlotte and Natalya. Becky Lynch and Paige have joined the preshow to talk about the match, and Corey Graves has disappeared. Renee brings up the controversial finish at Payback and King says he is tired of hearing about it. He said Natalya verbally gave up and she will submit again tonight. Becky says that Ric Flair reeled the crooked referee in and we all know it. Paige says she was right when she said Charlotte would have no friends and now she doesn’t have her dad with her. Becky says Charlotte is resourceful, but her dad has helped her with every single title defense. Paige says Charlotte will figure out a way to get it done without her dad being out there. Booker says Charlotte is good and the cream always rises to the top. Booker says Natalya has all the tools to pull off a victory, but Charlotte has proven to be genetically better than the rest. Paige says Charlotte will retain, as does King. Becky picks Natalya, as does Booker. Renee brings up the No Disqualification Match between Corbin and Ziggler again as we head to another break.
We’re back and we head down to the ring as The Dudley Boyz’ music hits. They get into the ring and get microphones. D-Von asks what would Extreme Rules be without the Dudley Boyz. Bibba Ray says they have been in more extreme matches than the entire locker room combined. Bubba leads the crowd in an “ECW!” chant and D-Von says you can watch ECW on the WWE Network, to which the crowd boos, and then Bubba tells the crowd to shut up and stop acting like sheep. Bubba says the Dudleyz were responsible for killing off ECW because when they left, it went straight into the toilet. He says straight into the toilet is where most of the careers of these “New Era” guys is going. D-Von says they are now above extreme and Bubba shoves him and says “D-Von, can we please get out of New Jersey?”
Enzo Amore and Big Cass’ theme hits and Cass comes to the stage. Cass says he knows why Bubba won’t say “D-Von get the table,” and it’s because Bubba eat the table and everything on it and lists a lot of food while the crowd chants “How You Doin'” Cass says they are wrong about the New Era and they will prove it tonight. He says everyone knows the Dudleyz are full of crap and they know that he is seven feet tall and that you can’t team that. Cass gets into the ring and the Dudleyz charge at him and take him down. They beat him down to the mat, but then comes back and delivers a big boot to Bubba and an East River Crossing to D-Von. Cass grabs the microphone and says there’s only one word to describe the Dudley Boyz: sawft.
We see Lana and Rusev in the Social Media Lounge and that segment will be after the next break. We go back to the panel and Renee brings up the Fatal Four-Way for the Intercontinental Championship, and then we go backstage where Jo-Jo is interviewing The Miz and Maryse. The Miz says he has taken on many challenging roles and tonight is no different. He does a dramatic speech with some music playing in the background and says he was born to be a WWE Superstar and this is his time. He says he is sick of hearing how great the New Era is and walks away. He comes back for a second-take and says the same thing again.
We go back to the panel and Graves and King love what we just saw. King says Cesaro and Sami are good, Owens is great, but The Miz is the star and will retain his title. Booker says what Miz just did was a comedy and picks Cesaro to win. King says Miz again, and Graves picks Kevin Owens.
We look back to Monday’s Raw and see where Rusev beat down Kalisto and then we go to the Social Media Lounge. Rusev says to go ahead and call him the United States Champion. Someone asks how Rusev is going to handle the speed of Kalisto. Rusev says “Who cares about speed when you have size?” Rusev says Kalisto is 120 pounds and calls him a child. Someone asks what does Machka mean? Rusev and Lana insult the fan for not using Google. Someone asks Rusev his favorite part about America, and he says money.
We take a look at the video hype package for the feud between AJ Styles and Roman Reigns. Back to the panal and Booker calls this his Shucky Ducky Quack Quack moment and says it may just be the moment for AJ Styles tonight. Graves brings up the Extreme Rules Match between Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt from last year and says that Reigns won, and will do so again tonight. Lawler says Styles would be an idiot to ignore the help from The Club tonight. Graves says if The Club and Usos survive their match earlier in the night, they will have heavy involvement in the main event. Booker says WWE would change tremendously if AJ were the champion. Renee says the No Disqualification is next after the break.
No Disqualification Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin
Ziggler takes Corbin down and goes for a quick cover, but Corbin powers out. Corbin comes back and slams Ziggler into the corner and then out to the floor. Corbin goes out after Ziggler, but Ziggler fights back. Corbin connects with a knee and then slams Ziggler face-first into the steel post. Corbin tosses Ziggler back into the ring and delivers a series of elbows. Corbin slams Ziggler into the opposite corner and then ties him up in the ropes. Corbin connects with some right hands and then sends Ziggler down to the mat. Corbin applies a submission down on the mat. Ziggler gets free and sends Corbin to the outside. Corbin gets back into the ring, but Ziggler takes him down with a dropkick and then drops an elbow. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Corbin kicks out at two. Ziggler charges at Corbin, but Corbin catches him. Ziggler rolls through and get a two count on a roll-up. Corbin grabs Ziggler and takes him down with a Deep Six. Corbin goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two. Corbin grabs Ziggler, but Ziggler counters into a DDT and then delivers a Fameasser. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Corbin kicks out at two. Ziggler delivers some elbows and headbutts and goes or a big kick, but Corbin counters with a low blow. Corbin picks up Ziggler and delivers the End of Days and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Baron Corbin.
We go back to the panel for final thoughts and then we see the announcers making their entrances to ringside as the Extreme Rules Preshow comes to a close.
We see the opening video for Extreme Rules 2016, which focuses on the main feuds heading into the evening. We go back into the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, and Michael Cole, JBL, and Byron Saxton welcome us to the show.
Tornado Tag Team Match: The Usos (Jimmy and Jey) vs. The Club (Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson)
The Usos attack The Club on the ramp before the bell rings and then the teams fight into the ring. The Usos goes for the first cover on Anderson, but he kicks out. The crowd boos the Usos as they send Anderson and Gallows to the outside. Anderson and Gallows take control of the match on the outside and slam one of the Usos into the barricade and then into the ring apron. Jey Uso launches himself over the top rope and takes out Gallows and Anderson. Jey takes Anderson into the ring and connects with a cross-body and goes for the cover, but Anderson kicks out at two. Gallows destroys Jimmy on the outside and then Anderson and Gallows double-team Jey with a Boot of Doom from the ring apron. The Club take Jey back into the ring and double-team him. Anderson kicks him in the face and Gallows splashes him in the corner. Gallows goes for the cover, but Jey kicks out at two. Gallows knocks Jimmy back to the floor and then puts Jey on his shoulders. Anderson goes up top, but Jimmy cuts him off. The Usos double-team Gallows and Jey goes for the cover, but Gallows kicks out at two. Jimmy gets sent back to the floor and The Club double teams Jey again. Anderson goes for the cover, but Jey kicks out at two. Gallows picks Jey up and Anderson goes for the Boot of Doom, but Jimmy trips Anderson up. The usos double dropkick Gallows and go up top. Anderson shoves Jimmy down and Jey connects with an elbow to Gallows. Jey goes for a dive from the top, but Gallows counters and drops him with the Gallows Pull. Jimmy takes Gallows down with a Samoan Drop and Anderson takes Jimmy down with a back-drop. Anderson goes for the cover, but Jimmy kicks out at two. Anderson kicks Jey out of the ring and then charges at him, but Jey counters with a kick to the face. Jey smashes Anderson against the barricade and then Gallows takes Jey down with a clothesline. Anderson tosses Jey into the crowd and yells at Anderson to get up. Anderson grabs the ring bell and takes it into the ring. He swings it at Jimmy, but Jimmy counters with a super kick. Jimmy goes up top and dives, but Gallows moves and Jimmy lands on the ring bell. Gallows and Anderson drop Jimmy with the Magic Killer and get the pin fall.
Winners: The Club.
After the match, Gallows and Anderson stand tall in the ring as The Usos have to be helped to the back.
We see a commercial for episode four of Camp WWE, which will be available on the WWE Network tonight after Extreme Rules.
We see a replay of Rusev’s attack on Kalisto from this past Monday night on Raw, in which Rusev locked Kalisto in a nasty-looking Accolade. Lana is in the ring to make Rusev’s ring announcement.
WWE United States Championship Match: Kalisto (c) vs. Rusev (w/Lana)
Kalisto kicks Rusev a couple times and goes for the corkscrew plancha, but Rusev knocks him down to the ring. Rusev stomps down onto Kalisto and then slams him into the corner. Rusev kicks Kalisto in the head and then stomps him down to the mat again. Rusev drops an elbow and goes for the cover, but Kalisto kicks out at one. The crowd has dueling “Let’s Go Rusev/Rusev Sucks” chants. Kalisto gets free, but Rusev takes him down with a big clothesline. Rusev goes for the cover, but Kalisto kicks out at two. Rusev locks in the bearhug in the center of the ring. Rusev picks Kalisto up and puts him in a Torture Rack-like submission. Kalisto knees Rusev in the head and locks in a sleeper hold. Rusev begins to fade, but Rusev jumps back and breaks the hold on the mat. Rusev slams Kalisto into the corner, but Kalisto counters with a boot to the face. Kalisto drops Rusev with a DDT and both men are down. Rusev gets to his feet first, but Kalisto meets him with kicks. Kalisto goes for a cross-body, but Rusev catches him. Kalisto connects with the corkscrew and the hurricanrana and goes for the cover, but Rusev kicks out at two. Kalisot sends Rusev out to the floor and then sends him face-first into the steps with a hurricanrana. Kalisto tosses Rusev back into the ring and connects with a top-rope splash. Kalisto goes for the cover, but Rusev kicks out at two. Kalisto goes for the Salida del Sol, but Rusev counters and goes to the floor. Kalisto goes up top and takes Rusev out with a moonsault. Kalisto rolls Rusev back into the ring and goes up top again. Rusev gets up and slams Kalisto spine-first onto the apron. Rusev goes after Kalisto, but the referee stops him and calls the doctor over. Rusev grabs Kalisto and stomps on him, but referee stops him again. Rusev locks in the Accolade and Kalisto taps out.
Winner and new WWE United States Champion: Rusev.
After the match, we see replay highlights of the match and Rusev and Lana celebrating at ringside as the referee and doctor check on Kalisto in the ring.
We see the video hype package for Shane McMahon’s tell-all interview with Mick Foley, which will air on the WWE Network tomorrow night after Monday Night Raw.
We take a look at the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, which stars Sheamus and is out in theaters on June 3rd.
Before the next match, The New Day make their way to the ring. We take a look back at this past Monday’s Raw where The Vaudevillains attacked The New Day after they traveled back in time to the bygone era.
New Day cuts a promo and Xavier plugs his Twitter and Big E is carrying gardening tools. Big E interrupts him and Xavier says “let me shoot my shot” which gets a big pop and the crowd chants “New… Day Rocks!” Kofi says he is going to shoot his shot and he and Big E are going to focus on the match. Kofi points out the tools on Big E’s shoulder and calls them Aiden English and Simon Gotch. Big E says since they are in the Garden State, they are about to put a couple hos in the crowd. Xavier says they will leave as still our WWE Tag Team Champion and Big E finishes it with “Because….” and the crowd chants “New… Day Rocks” again.
WWE Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (Big and Xavier Woods w/Kofi Kingston) vs. The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch)
Woods and English start the match for their team. Woods sends English to the corner and charges, but English takes control of the match and tags in Gotch. Gotch works over Woods for a few seconds before tagging English back in. English takes Woods down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Woods kicks out at two. English applies a headlock and then takes Woods down again. English goes for the cover again, but Woods kicks out. English tags in Gotch, who applies a headlock to Woods. Woods fights to his feet and connects with a couple right hands. Gotch goes for a suplex, but Woods counters with an enzuiguri and both men are down. Gotch gets to English and Woods gets to Big E. Big E takes English and Gotch down with belly-to-belly suplexes. Big E gyrates and splashes down onto English. English comes back with elbows, but Big E puts him on the apron. Big E charges, but English counters with a knee. English slams Big E down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Big E kicks out at two. Woods tags in, but Gotch slams Big E into Woods and them Big E is slammed into the steel steps. Gotch and English hit the Whirling Dervish on Woods and goes for the cover, but Woods kicks out at two. Gotch and Woods are the legal men and Woods kicks Gotch in the face. English grabs Woods, but Woods counters with a knee and Big E spears English off the apron. Kingston kicks Gotch in the head and Woods catches Gotch with a knee to the head and gets the pin fall.
Winners and still the WWE Tag Team Champions: The New Day
After the match, Xavier plays the trombone and Big E and Kofi dance.
We go backstage and see AJ Styles. Renee Young walks up and asks him about Anderson and Gallows being involved tonight. He says no matter what happens tonight, he will walk out as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and he will continue to be phenomenal.
We see a commercial for the new WWE Shop and then we see the first commercial for Money in the Bank, which will take place on Sunday, June 19th.
We see the video hype package for the Fatal Four-Way Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
WWE Intercontinental Championship Fatal 4-Way Match: The Miz (c) (w/Maryse) vs. Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
Zayn takes Owens out with a Helluva Kick and Cesaro sends Miz to the outside and we’re left with Zayn and Cesaro in the ring. Zayn takes control and sends Cesaro to the outside. Miz gets back into the ring and tries to take advantage, but Zayn sends him back to the outside. Zayn comes off the ropes and flips to the outside to take out Cesaro and Miz. Back in the ring, Miz sends Zayn into the bottom turnbuckle and then stomps away on him. Miz clotheslines Zayn in the corner and then goes up top, but Zayn cuts him off. Zayn goes for a suplex, but Cesaro cuts him off and goes for a suplex of his own. Owens gets back in the ring and attacks Cesaro, then Zayn, and finally The Miz. Owens kicks Zayn in the head and then drops him with a big clothesline. Owens kicks Zayn in the back and then stomps away on him. Owens goes for the cover, but Zayn kicks out at two. Miz gets on the apron, but Owens knocks him into the barricade and waves bye at him. Owens sends Zayn into Cesaro, which sends Cesaro back to the floor. Owens picks Zayn up, but Zayn elbows his way out and goes behind Owens. Owens connects with a right hand, but Zayn gets free and goes up top. Owens cuts him off and crotches Zayn on the top. Owens goes up top himself, but Miz cuts him off. Miz goes for a suplex, but Owens fights out with a headbutt. Zayn gets up top and goes for a suplex, but Owens fights out and headbutts Zayn as well. Miz goes back up top with Owens and Zayn does as well, and then Cesaro gets in the ring and they triple-suplex Owens down to the mat. Cesaro goes for the cover on Miz, but he kicks out at two. Cesaro goes for the cover on Zayn, but he kicks out at two. Owens rolls out of the ring.
Cesaro picks Zayn up, but Zayn counters with knees to the head. Zayn drops Cesaro with the Blue Thunderbomb and goes for the cover, but Miz breaks it up with a knee to the face. Miz goes for the cover on Cesaro and Zayn, but they both kick out at two. Miz grabs Zayn and sends him to the corner, but Zayn counters with an elbow shot. Cesaro suplexes Miz as Miz suplexes Zayn and all four men are down as Owens rolls back into the ring. Owens gets to his feet, but he, Miz, and Zayn are in the corners. Cesaro uppercuts all of them repeatedly in the corners. Cesaro drops Miz to the mat with a big uppercut and then goes for the swing. Owens stops the swing and suplexes Cesaro down to the mat. Owens cannonballs Miz, Zayn, and Cesaro and goes for the Pop-up powerbomb on Zayn, but Zayn counters and sends Owens to the outside. Cesaro uppercuts Zayn to the outside and Miz hits Cesaro with the Skull Crushing Finale. Miz goes for the cover, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Miz grabs Cesaro and slaps him across the face and then Cesaro slaps him right back. Cesaro takes Miz down with a corkscrew uppercut and then swings him. Cesaro locks in the Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring, but Miz gets to the ropes and grabs Maryse. Maryse gets dragged into the ring and Miz taps out, but the referee was busy with Maryse. Owens rolls Cesaro up from behind, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Cesaro sends Owens to the outside and Miz goes for the Skull Crushing Finale on Miz, but Cesaro counters. Owens goes up top and splashes onto Miz from the top. Cesaro hits Owens with the Neutralizer and goes for the cover, but Zayn breaks it up.
Zayn grabs Cesaro and takes him down with a back-slide for the cover, but Zayn kicks out at two. Zayn takes Cesaro down and goes for the cover, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Cesaro catches Zayn with an uppercut, but Zayn comes back and suplexes Cesaro into the corner. Zayn goes for the Helluva Kick, but Owens kicks Zayn in the face. Owens drops Cesaro with a Pop-up Powerbomb but Miz breaks it up. Miz drops Owens with a Skull Crushing Finale on the outside and then tries to cover Cesaro in the ring, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Miz and Cesaro are left in the ring as Zayn and Owens are down on the floor. Miz charges at Cesaro in the corner, but Cesaro sends him to the floor. Zayn hits Cesaro with the Helluva Kick and goes for the cover, but Owens pulls him out of the ring. Zayn and Owens brawl on the outside and Miz rolls into the cover on Cesaro and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE Intercontinental Champion: The Miz.
After the match, we see match highlights and Miz and Maryse celebrate on the entrance ramp as Zayn and Cesaro are left in the ring and Owens is on the outside.
We rejoin the Extreme Rules Preshow panel, Renee Young, Corey Graves, Booker T, and Jerry Lawler. Graves said we just witnessed magic in that Fatal 4-Way Match and gives props to The Miz. King says he loved when the “Mexican Mosquito” got swated by Rusev. Booker says the New Day retaining was his highlight so far. We take a look back to the preshow when Big Cass beat down The Dudley Boyz and Baron Corbin beating Dolph Ziggler in a No Disqualification Match.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose. The asylum lowers and surrounds the ring as the weapons hang from the structure.
Asylum Match: Chris Jericho vs. Dean Ambrose
Ambrose takes Jericho to the corner and delivers some lefts and rights. Ambrose slams Jericho’s head in the corner and Jericho runs to the door and tells the referee on the outside to open it. Ambrose grabs Jericho and slams him to the mat. Ambrose comes off the ropes, but Jericho takes him down with an elbow. Jericho climbs the cage, but Ambrose stops him and pulls him down to the mat. Ambrose takes Jericho and slams him into the cage and then does it on the other side as well. Jericho gets away and climbs the cage and grabs the mop, but Ambrose steals it from him and hits him with it. Ambrose pokes Jericho in the ear with a mop and then hits him in the back with it. Ambrose takes Jericho down with a side-Russian leg sweep with the mop and then mops Jericho’s face with it. Ambrose sends Jericho to the corner, but Jericho counters with a big boot and then a missile dropkick. Jericho goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Jericho grabs the mop and nails Ambrose with it. Jericho climbs the cage and reaches for the barbed wire-covered 2-by-4. Ambrose goes up after him and suplexes Jericho down to the mat. Ambrose and Jericho both climb the cage and each grab a weapon. Jericho gets the 2-by-4 and Ambrose grabs nun-chucks. Ambrose nails Jericho with the nun-chucks and beats him down in the corner with them. Ambrose clotheslines Jericho with the nun-chucks but Jericho climbs the cage and tries to escape the cage over the top. Ambrose goes up after him and pulls him back inside the cage. Jericho grabs a kendo stick and beats Ambrose with it. Jericho comes off the cage and hits Ambrose with the kendo stick again.
Jericho grabs the nun-chucks and hits Ambrose with them and then delivers a suplex. Jericho goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out. Jericho climbs the cage again and grabs the leather strap. Jericho wraps the strap around his hand and beats Ambrose with it. Ambrose fights back and steals the leather strap from Jericho. Ambrose nails Jericho with the leather strap in the back and in the face. Jericho slams Ambrose into the cage and yells at the referee to open the door. Jericho begins to climb the cage, but Ambrose cuts him off. They brawl on the top rope and Ambrose gains advantage and crotches Jericho on the top rope. Ambrose walks across the ropes and grabs the fire extinguisher. Jericho goes for the straitjacket and gets it. Ambrose has the extinguisher and goes to hit Jericho with it, but Jericho tosses the jacket onto Ambrose’s head to blind him. Jericho connects with an enzuiguri and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Jericho dropkicks Ambrose into the cage and nails him with right hands. Jericho grabs the straitjacket and puts Ambrose in it. Ambrose is fighting out and he gets free before Jericho can get the straitjacket closed. Ambrose clotheslines Jericho in the corner and then another one in the center of the ring. Ambrose goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two.
Ambrose goes to the top rope, but Jericho cuts him off. They exchange headbutts and Ambrose sends Jericho to the mat. Ambrose goes to the top of the cage and connects with an elbow drop from the top and both men are down. Ambrose goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Ambrose grabs a bucket and dumps it out to reveal thumbtacks all over the ring. Ambrose goes to back drop Jericho on the tacks, but Jericho rolls through. Ambrose tries again, but Jericho gets free and goes for the Walls, but Ambrose gets free. Jericho sends Ambrose into the cage and goes for the Lionsault, but Ambrose gets his knees up. Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds on the tacks, but Jericho counters and locks in the Walls of Jericho. Ambrose gets free and grabs the kendo stick and kicks Jericho in the face. Ambrose goes to the top rope and dives, but Jericho sprays the fire extinguisher in Ambrose’s face. Jericho hits the Codebreaker and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Jericho grabs the barbed wire 2-by-4 and nails Ambrose with it. He does it again and goes for he Codebreaker, but Ambrose catches him and drops him on the tacks. Ambrose grabs Jericho and delivers Dirty Deeds into the tacks and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Dean Ambrose.
After the match, the cage rises and Ambrose leaves as Jericho is screaming in pain in the ring. Ambrose turns to look at Jericho and smirks as we cut to a video package for the WWE Netwprk.
We see the Foley Family sitting at ringside as Michael Cole plugs the reality series that they will have and then Cole brings up the Cruiserweight Classic Tournament that will start on July 13th on the WWE Network.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Charlotte and Natalya, and then we see Ric Flair talking to Charlotte backstage.
WWE Women’s Championship Submission Match: Charlotte (c) vs. Natalya
They tie up and Charlotte backs Natalya into the corner. Natalya takes Charlotte down with a few headlock takedowns and Charlotte backs away into the corner. Natalya drops Charlotte and goes for the Sharpshooter, but Charlotte gets free and Natalya locks in a knee-bar submission. Charlotte fights out and locks in a rear chin-lock. Natalya gets to her feet and takes Charlotte down with a snapmare. Natalya slams Charlotte down to the mat and dropkicks her in the face. Natalya grabs Charlotte and locks in the surfboard submission. Charlotte gets free, but Natalya catches her with a series of right hands. Natalya sends Charlotte to the apron and tries to knock her to the floor, but Charlotte catches her and gets back into the ring. Natalya takes Charlotte down with a clothesline and Charlotte rolls to the floor. Natalya goes out after her, but Charlotte catches her with a series of chops. Natalya comes back and slams Charlotte into the steel post. Natalya tosses Charlotte back into the ring and delivers some right hands. Natalya backs away, but Charlotte comes out of a corner with a big boot. Natalya locks in another chin-lock, but Charlotte counters with a sit-down power bomb.
Charlotte locks in a submission down on the mat, but Natalya fights to the ropes. Charlotte stomps away on Natalya and then slams her down to the mat. Charlotte goes up top and connects with the moonsault. Charlotte locks in the half-crab submission, but Natalya gets out of it and locks in the Sharpshooter. Charlotte gets to the ropes, but Natalya pulls her back and Ric Flair’s music hits. Dana Brooke comes out dressed as Ric Flair and Charlotte tries to lock in the Figure-eight, but Natalya puts her to the outside. Natalya grabs Dana Brooke, but Charlotte hits her from behind and then locks in the Figure-eight and Natalya taps out.
Winner and still WWE Women’s Champion: Charlotte.
After the match, Ric Flair comes to the ring and he, Charlotte, and Dana Brooke celebrate as Natalya looks on from outside the ring.
We see the commercial for the new episode of Camp WWE, which airs on the WWE Network tonight after Extreme Rules. We then see the video hype package for the feud between Roman Reigns and AJ Styles.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Extreme Rules Match: Roman Reigns (c) vs. AJ Styles
They tie up and Styles back Reigns into the corner. Reigns reverses and tosses Styles into the corner and charges. Styles moves and they stare down. Styles goes behind Reigns, but Reigns counters with a back elbow. Styles tries to take Reigns down and catches him with a right hand. Reigns tosses Styles in the corner, but Styles catches Reigns with rights. Styles tries to kick Reigns, but Reigns tosses him across the ring. Reigns takes Styles to the corner and delivers a series of clotheslines. Reigns goes for a right hand, but Styles ducks and delivers his own right hands. Styles comes off the ropes, but Reigns drops him with a knee and Styles goes to the floor. Reigns goes after Styles and Styles gets a chair, but Reigns stops him. Reigns tosses Styles back into the ring and grabs the chair. Reigns brings the chair in the ring and swings it, but Styles moves out of the way. Reigns goes out after Styles and kicks him into the barricade. Reigns swings the chair again, but Styles moves and Reigns hits the steps. Styles takes control and slams Reigns into the announce table. Styles clotheslines Reigns onto the announce table and destroys another announce table. Styles drives Reigns into the crowd and they battle throughout the crowd. Reigns slams Styles into a wall, but Styles comes back with a right hand. Styles slams Reigns into the preshow panel stage and then Reigns does the same to Styles.
Styles kicks Reigns in the head and dives off the stage with the Phenomenal Forearm and takes Reigns down. They battle in the crowd and head back towards the ring. Styles slams Reigns into the steel post and rips the barricade’s padding off of it. Styles slams Reigns into the expose steel and then rips away the floor padding. Styles goes for the Styles Clash on the concrete, but Reigns fights out of it. Reigns picks Styles up but Styles counters and drops down onto Reigns, who falls on one of the announce tables. Styles grabs Reigns and goes for the Styles Clash, but Reigns counters with a big right hand. Styles tries to jump onto Reigns, but Reigns counters with a back-body drop that sends Styles through the announce table and to the floor. Reigns grabs Styles and tosses him into the ring and goes for the cover, but Styles kicks out at two. Reigns picks Styles up and powerbombs him down to the mat. Reigns goes for the cover, but Styles kicks out at two. Reigns waits for Styles to get up and goes for he Superman Punch, but Styles takes out Reigns’ knee. Styles grabs Reigns and suplexes him into the corner. Reigns goes to the floor and Styles drives a knee into his face. Styles dives off the aprn, but Reigns catches him and slams him into the ring apron and then powerbombs him through another announce table.
Reigns waits for Styles to get up and he goes for the Spear, but Styles moves and Reigns crashes through the barricade. Styles picks Reigns up and tosses him into the ring. Styles goes for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Reigns counters with the Superman Punch and Styles falls to the floor. Styles gets to his feet on the floor, but Reigns meets him with a Spear. Reigns tosses Styles back into the ring, but Anderson and Gallows come to the ring and hit him with the Boot of Doom. They put Styles on Reigns for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Anderson grabs a chair as the Usos come down. They superkick Anderson, Gallows, and Styles, and then splash on Styles. They roll Reigns into the cover, but Styles kicks out at two. Gallows and Anderson beat down The Usos on the outside and Reigns Superman punches Gallows and Anderson. Reigns goes to the corner and goes for the Spear, but Styles counters and hits the Styles Clash. Styles foes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Styles grabs the chair goes for a Styles Clash on the chair, but Reigns counters and drops Styles on the chair. Reigns goes for the Superman Punch, but Styles counters with the Pele Kick. Styles hits the Styles Clash on the chair, but one of the Usos pulls him off. Styles kicks him away and goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two.
Styles nails Reigns with the chair and then hits The Usos with it as well. Styles goes for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Reigns catches him with a Spear in midair and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Roman Reigns.
After the match, Seth Rollins appears out of nowhere and delivers a Pedigree to Roman Reigns. Rollins picks up the WWE World Heavyweight Championship belt and holds it high in the air as Extreme Rules comes to a close.