Extreme Rules could mark the day the Bloodline loses all of its titles. The Usos will face The Street Profits for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship and Roman Reigns will face “The Demon” Finn Bálor for the Universal Championship. Could that mean the end of Reigns being “the head of the table?” Extreme Rules will also mark the rematch between Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair for the Smackdown Women’s Championship. In Summerslam, Lynch made his surprise return to WWE and crushed Belair for the title after a low blow. Hopefully this rematch offers a little more to the public, as these two women are exceptional wrestlers.
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Carte de match WWE Extreme Rules 2021 :
- Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Alexa Bliss (Raw Women’s Championship)
- Damian Priest (c) vs. Sheamus vs. Jeff Hardy (United States Championship)
- Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair (Smackdown Women’s Championship)
- The Usos (c) contre The Street Profits (Championnat Smackdown Tag Team)
- Roman Reigns vs. “The Demon” Finn Bálor (Extreme Rules for the Universal Championship)
- New Day vs. Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles and Omos
- Liv Morgan vs. Carmella [KICKOFF SHOW]
There are a lot of championships going on during the evening and some extreme conditions. This includes Roman Reigns taking on The Demon in an extreme rules match. Everything happens during this fight, and Reigns will need some help, as Finn Bálor’s demon character can be pretty dumb to deal with. This is one of the many highly anticipated matches of the evening.
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Below you’ll find updates and live results for Extreme Rules as it airs on Peacock. In addition, there will also be notes for all matches.
The launch show begins at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT and will air on Peacock, Twitter and YouTube. Or watch it below when it releases.
Pre-show notes or match card changes will be noted here.
- Liv Morgan vs. Carmella is now a Kickoff Show match
- Team match of 6 players added. New Day against AJ Styles, Omos and Bobby Lashley.
Liv Morgan vs. Carmella
Liv Morgan wins by pin.
Peacock has some funny audio glitches to start the Kickoff Show match. Extreme Rules plays English and Spanish audio streams on top of each other. It’s a cacophony of comments. It’s incredibly distracting because you can’t understand what someone is saying because everyone is talking to each other in unexpected ways. Luckily, it looks like the issue was resolved within minutes of the match starting. I take that again. The double commentary is back.
Eventually the issue was fixed, which seemed like just a problem for Peacock users. Morgan looked great and came away with a decisive victory. Carmella also had some great times where she shone. This game would have been much better if it hadn’t been for the audio issues. Either way, it was a solid opening for Extreme Rules.
New Day vs. Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles and Omos
Épingles Big E Bobby Lashley
During the entries, instead of the Spanish commentary team, we had the opportunity to hear the French commentary team. When the match really started it was only in English, but for how long? So far, the audio problems have been a real “Horror Show”. Remember when it was a thing? This match was booked during the Kickoff Show in a showdown between the six men, and it’s great to see New Day working together again in a PPV match. Seeing the great Bobby Lashley get a classic Unicorn Stampede gives me unbridled joy. That’s how much of this game went. We had a lot of New Day “biggest hits” moments mixed in with some amazing moments. On top of that, it’s a match that showcased each wrestler’s strengths in the ring, and the crowd was great in it, which makes it even more fun to watch.
The Usos (c) against street profits
(Smackdown Tag Team Championship)
The Usos win by pin.
Hey, at least this game didn’t start off with several overlapping comments. A bit of a slow start to this match, and as the match progressed there was a lot of back and forth which made it a bit difficult to know who was legal at times. Mount Ford put on a top flight show here, with fantastic spots. I had no idea that someone could get this height in the air from the top rope. Ford is a high-flying magician. And as good as The Street Profits was during this match, The Usos ended up winning. Personally, I think it would have been a good night for The Profits to take the headlines from the tags, but apparently it wasn’t their night. Either way, it was a solid and fun game. Two great matches per tag to start the PPV.
Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Alexa Bliss
(Raw Women’s Championship)
Charlotte Flair wins by pin.
Alexa Bliss is fantastic to own this current character that she plays. It’s entertaining and hard to take your eyes off of her performance. The match comes down to Charlotte’s power against Alexa’s tenacity, who plays on their obvious strengths. However, it has become a two-stroke pin-a-thon – round trip and round trip. It was tedious. Charlotte ended up winning, retaining the title, which is good. The post-game fights were brought on by Charlotte destroying Lilly, and Charlotte tossed Alexa on and off the announcer table. It looked incredibly anti-climatic for a moment, as the camera zoomed in on the destroyed Lilly in the ring. Alexa came running back and screamed and moved, completely broken and foaming in her mouth. The moment seemed a little long to me. Nothing really happened, except for Alexa who seems tormented.
Damian Priest (c) vs. Sheamus vs. Jeff Hardy
(United States Championship)
Damian Priest pins Sheamus.
This game was a lot more fun than I expected. This is how the triple threats should unfold. It was a nice build throughout the game which led to a lot of huge moments towards the end of the fight. We also had a really funny moment with Sheamus on the top rope making fun of Jeff Hardy. Ultimately, Priest retained his title and continues his dominance as the United States champion.
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair
(Smackdown Women’s Championship)
Bianca Belair wins thanks to Sasha Banks DQ. Becky Lynch retains the title.
There was a fear, at the start, that we would have another squash match, with Lynch coming away with the title after less than 30 seconds. What we got was a fantastic game that made Belair a dominant threat to the Smackdown Women’s Championship. Belair showed many feats of strength and Lynch played the heel that wants to win the crowd exceptionally well. This is the Summerslam game we should have had – it’s until the end. The match ended with the appearance of Sasha Banks and the attack by Belair, giving Belair the victory but not the championship. This obviously leads to a triple threat match between the three women at the next PPV. The game itself was great, but the end was disappointing as this is just another example of Belair getting the short end of the stick.