WWE Extreme Rules 2017 Results

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This year is no different to any other.

- Below is video of Nia Jax on tonight's Extreme Rules Kickoff pre-show with Sam Roberts, David Otunga and Renee Young.

Michael - Really? A mixed-gender tag match? Why? Noam Dar and Alicia Fox are seemingly going nowhere so a loss here would not shock anyone. Sasha Banks had some incredible matches pre-Mania and it would be interesting to see if she can keep that up. Chris Jericho has the most reigns with nine. This is match three, month three of the Neville vs Aries feud.

It can not getter better than this in any of the WWE brands. Seth Rollins and Finn Balor are the two best predictions. Hell, even I was cheering. After the match, the former WWE Raw Tag Team champions attacked The Hardy Boyz. The reason why the Hardy Boyz and Cesaro and Sheamus has not been talked about the way it should have been is the booking. With the support the brothers have, it would be ridiculous if the WWE booked this any other way.

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I don't have the slightest idea what they are trying to go for with this match, but my gut instinct tells me whoever gets the stick wins the belt.

Widro - The DQ stipulation seems to be too obvious for a title change, but I think they will do it anyway. She also said she was inspired by "Wonder Woman". Being that Nia Jax has been such a presence in the women's division since her debut on the main roster I fully expect her to interfere and cost Bayley the title.

Women's Championship (Kendo Stick on a Pole) - Alexa Bliss (c) def. Bayley via pinfall to retain the title: Bliss had been saying for weeks that Bayley isn't "extreme" enough to win a match like this, which requires one to viciously utilize a weapon.

Intercontinental Championship: Dean Ambrose (c) vs.

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WWE's July Raw PPV may have a silly name, but it has an awesome main event. Plus having Maryse as The Miz's manager should give the former "Real World" star a little advantage. He put on some awesome matches and had some fantastic feuds over this belt, making it feel like it was the top belt on Smackdown for a long time.

Maryse climbed up on the apron and was almost run into by both Ambrose and The Miz, and The Miz tried to force the referee to disqualify Ambrose by asking his wife to slap him. At that time, the Samoan Submissions Machine appeared on "Talk is Jericho" and was confident that it was a showdown most fans would want to see. Bray Wyatt also made Comeback to Stabilize the Performance. And without being able to push the stupid Broken gimmick with interviews and drones and children and pianos and time travel (and thank god they haven't been able to do that), the Hardyz are just a tag team trading on memories.

Make friends: Check out Cageside Seats for more coverage of WWE and beyond. He suffered a shoulder injury on that match and missed months before returning the night after this year's WrestleMania. Braun Strowman was set to be a major focal point of this show as the feud between Strowman and Roman Reigns would end and headline the show. The Miz is a 1/18 favorite in his match against Dean Ambrose, who is a 7/1 underdog.

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