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WWE Extreme Rules Results 6/4

  • August 2, 2020
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We’re live from the WWE Extreme Rules kickoff show at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore
Apollo Crews with Titus O’Neil vs. Kalisto
 Kalisto took control of the match between Titus Brand recruits early with a hurricanrana and a suicide dive. Kalisto turned down Titus’ offer to join him the past few weeks on Raw, so Crews is attempting to make him pay for it.

Crews took control during the commercial break with a kick to the head out of the ring. Crews nearly took Kalisto’s head off with a clothesline and got a near fall.
Kalisto fought back with a few kicks to the shins and roll-up pin attempt, but Crews turned the tables with an elbow to the head for a near fall of his own.
Kalisto rallied back with a corkscrew off the second rope, a kick to the head and a Tornado DDT for a two-count after Crews and Titus argued.
Crews fought back, catching Kalisto off the top rope, and planting him with a Samoan Drop. Kalisto kicked out after a Standing Shooting Star from Crews. Titus began yelling at Crews again, distracting him.

The distraction cost Crews the match. With Titus still yelling at Crews on the ropes, Kalisto crept up and kicked Titus in the chin while hitting a Salida Del Sol on Crews for the victory.
Winner: Kalisto
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz with Maryse

Rumors have run rampant that The Miz’s stipulation that Ambrose will lose the belt with a disqualification will cause the belt to change hands. We will find out right now.
The Miz is first to the ring. Footage of Ambrose getting disqualified with a low blow on Miz in their previous match, and the Lunatic losing another match to Elias Samson via DQ when Miz hit Samson last week on Raw airs.
Fans alternate chants for Miz and Ambrose as the two grapple. Miz tries to bait Ambrose with a slap to the face. The referee warns the champ as he punches Miz along the ropes. An angered Lunatic clears house, clotheslining him out of the ring and hitting a suicide dive in front of the German announce table.
Ambrose gets back in to the ring as the referee gets to seven on the count out. As they both spill out of the ring, Ambrose nearly hit Miz with a chair before the referee warns him to drop it.
Miz fights back with a DDT on the apron. He drags Ambrose in the ring, but the champ kicks out at two. The A-Lister gets another nearfall on a neckbreaker. Miz continued the pounding with a running knee to the midsection off the ropes, and followed up with three running dropkicks with Ambrose hung up in the corner.
The champ rallied by clotheslining Miz out of the ring and hitting him with an elbow off the top rope outside the ring. Ambrose got a nearfall after landing a Fisherman’s Suplex. Miz also kicked out after a swinging neckbreaker.
Fans begin alternating chants of Miz and Ambrose again. The champ tweaks his left knee, and Miz hits a series of kicks to the bad leg. The A-Lister then locks in a Figure Four Leg Lock in the middle of the ring, but Ambrose forces a break by getting to the the rope.
As Ambrose tried to powerbomb Miz off the second rope, Miz ripped the top turnbuckle off. Ambrose then nearly rammed Miz into the exposed turnbuckle, but stopped before he was disqualified.
After Miz imitated Daniel Bryan’s shin kicks, Ambrose gets him to the mat and applies his own Figure Four Leg Lock, but Miz forced a break.
With Maryse on the apron, both Ambrose and Miz nearly ran into her. Miz then yells for Maryse to slap him. When she does, the referee kicks her out of the match.
At first Maryse started to go backstage, but then charged back to the ring to argue with the ref. Miz then threw Ambrose into the ref with the ref’s back turned.
The ref considered disqualifying Ambrose. With the champ pleading with the ref, Miz snuck up from behind and hit the Skullcrushing Finale to win his seventh Intercontinental Championship.
Winner: The Miz

Sasha Banks & Rich Swann vs. Noam Dar & Alicia Fox
The hometown fans roared for native son Swann and The Boss.
Swann hits a huge standing hurricanrana on Dar, who immediately runs to his corner to tag in Fox.
The Boss quickly locks in the Banks Statement, but Dar helps Fox break the hold. With Banks distracted by Dar, Fox took control and got a near fall on a backbreaker. Fox misses a kick with Banks held up in the corner and looks to possibly have hurt her hamstring.
Dar and Swann tag in, and the hometown boy nailed Dar with a huge superkick after a scramble where each guy traded blows. As both men spilled out of the ring, Banks hit a double knees on Dar.
Swann gets Dar back in the ring and hits a Phoenix Splash off the top rope for the victory.
Winner: Sasha Banks & Rich Swann
Elias Samson Makes An Appearance
“The Drifter” signs an original song about Baltimore, saying “the city is depressing” and “bathed in filth.” He sings about the Beast and a challenger to be named who will try to tame him. He sings about having a plan of getting to the top.
Raw Women’s Champ Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley – Kendo Stick On A Pole Match
The Wicked Witch of the WWE mocks Bayley right off the bat, gesturing for her to get the kendo stick before the two trade blows.
Both competitors get to the top rope. Bayley grabs the kendo stick, but drops it as she and Bliss fall out of the ring from the top rope.
Bayley then gets to the kendo stick in the ring first. Bliss runs all the way around the ring away from Bayley before both get back in the ring. Bayley hesitates to use the stick, and Bliss takes advantage. She knocks the stick away, picks it up and peppers Bayley with a number of strikes from the kendo stick.
Bayley hit a Bayley to Belly to stop the momentum, but both were left writhing on the mat. Bliss got the stick again and hammered Bayley twice more around the neck with it before pinning the challenger for the win.
Winner: Alexa Bliss
Raw Tag Team Champion Hardy Boyz vs. Sheamus & Cesaro – Steel Cage Match
The match can only be won if both tag team members escape and reach the floor outside the ring at the same time.
Cesaro & Sheamus immediately tried to climb out of the ring, but the Hardys pulled them back. The champs then went to work bouncing the challengers’ heads against the cage on opposite sides of the ring. Jeff then hits Poetry In Motion on both Sheamus and Cesaro.
As the Hardys both try to climb out, they are yanked back. Matt nearly climbs out, but Cesaro and Sheamus get him to the mat with a senton bomb. They team up to ram Matt into the side of the steel cage.
The Hardys rally as Sheamus misses a Brogue Kick and gets spun into a Matt Hardy Tornado DDT after Cesaro was thrown face-first into the cage. Both Hardys get to the top. Sheamus yanks Matt back inside, but Jeff gets out of the ring.
Matt then hits Side Effects on both Cesaro & Sheamus, but fails to get out of the ring. After he gets pulled back, the Celtic Warrior and Swiss Cyborg hit a double razor’s edge. Sheamus opens the cage door, and tries to get out. Matt hits Sheamus with Twist of Fate, pulls Cesaro down and drops him, too.
Matt gets to the top of the cage, but Cesaro stuns him with a European Uppercut before he and Sheamus team up to hit White Noise from the top rope on Matt.
Jeff then gets back to the top of the cage, and hits Whisper In The Wind on both the challengers from the top of the cage.
Then it becomes a race. Sheamus & Cesaro begin climbing out, while Matt is trying to drag Jeff through the door. In a close finish, the challengers drop to the floor outside the ring first.
Winners: Sheamus & Cesaro
Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Austin Aries – Submission Match

Aries struck first, locking in an arm bar on Neville, but the King of the Cruiserweights got the rope for the break.
Aries then nearly got the guillotine, but Neville backed him into the ropes for the break. Double A nearly got the Last Chancery set, but Neville was able to escape out of the ring before Aries got his legs down. The challenger then whipped Neville into the barricade and the ring apron outside the ring.
Aries then tweaked his bad knee when he hit a top rope elbow on Neville out of the ring. The champ then went to work with a dragonscrew on Aries’ left knee. Neville then torqued the knee with some ankle locks.
Double A fought back by clotheslining Neville out of the ring. He went to work with a shinbreaker and a series of strikes, including a dragonscrew on Neville. However, the champ double-leg dropkicked Aries to the floor outside the ring. Double A landed on the bad knee and began clutching his left arm and shoulder when he fell.
Neville began abusing the arm of Aries, yanking his arm to drop him to the mat. Neville tried to hit a top-rope move, but Aries escaped and locked in a Figure Four Leg Lock. The champ managed to get to the ropes for another break. Double A then hit a neckbreaker on the second rope.
Aries then whiffed on a top-rope move, and Neville locked in Rings of Saturn. Aries managed to drag his back foot to the rope.
Aries then put Neville in the Rings of Saturn, but didn’t get the chin locked and Neville escaped. The champ then delivered a vicious Superkick.
Aries then turned a guillotine into a sunset flip powerbomb off the top rope into the Last Chancery. Neville wiggled out of the ring, but never broke the hold. He began to tap out, but the ref told Aries he had to make him tap in the ring. Once back in the ring, Aries hit a Discus Five-Arm strike but whiffed on a Suicide Dive with Neville out of the ring.
Neville then hit a Red Arrow off the top rope to the back of Aries and went straight into the Rings of Saturn to get Aries to tap.
Winner: Neville

Fatal 5-Way: Bray Wyatt vs Roman Reigns vs Samoa Joe vs Seth Rollins vs Finn Balor
Bray is first to the ring in his camo butcher’s apron. The Kingslayer is out next in his sleek black-and-silver leather gear. The Destroyer struts out as the third man with his trademark towel around his neck and green and black trunks. The lights go out as Balor Club draws a roaring ovation in Finn Balor’s first pay-per-view appearance since Summerslam 2016, when he became the first WWE Universal Champion. The last man to the ring is Roman Reigns, decked out in black gear with his patented double R shield in red on his chest.
Finn attacks Bray. Rollins attacks Joe. The Big Dog patiently watches. With everyone out of the ring, Reigns and Wyatt strike each other. Reigns gets the upperhand with a Samoan Drop on Wyatt before hitting Joe with a Samoan Drop.
Joe and Wyatt start to double team Reigns, but Rollins ambushes Joe. Joe and Wyatt start to work together, throwing Reigns into the steel steps before ramming Rollins with the steps. Wyatt then holds Balor so Joe can chop him in the chest. Joe and Wyatt then throw a double shoulder tackle on Balor off the ropes. Wyatt continues the pounding, bodyslamming Balor.
Rollins tried to break up the party, but Wyatt hits a DDT on the steps to lay out the Kingslayer.
Joe locked in a Coqina Clutch on Balor, but he ran up the ropes to flip out of it and double stomped Joe. Wyatt halted Balor’s momentum with a number of chair strikes to the back.Wyatt then put the chair on top of Balor and Joe did a Senton Bomb on top of the chair. Wyatt then did another Senton on the chair above Balor.
Balor fights back, hitting Joe with the chair. Wyatt misses a clothesline attempt. Reigns hits a Drive By on Wyatt and then clears house, clotheslining everyone in the vicinity.
But the Destructive Duo put the Big Dog on a leash as Wyatt hit a Ura-Nage on Reigns into the announce table.
Rollins took his turn against Bray and Joe, hitting a Double Blockbuster off the top rope. Wyatt then betrays Joe, throwing him in the path of Rollins’s Suicide Dive. When they get back in the ring, Rollins reverses a suplex attempt into a Falcon Arrow for a nearfall.
Wyatt strikes back, hitting Sister Abigail on Rollins, but Joe breaks the pinning predicament at two. Joe then confronts Wyatt for throwing him into Rollins. The Samoan Submission Machine and the Face of Fear start hammering on each other now.
Balor clubs both of them with a steel chair, rams Reigns through a barricade and tries to set up Wyatt on the Spanish announce table, but Joe locks in a Coqina Clutch from behind. Reigns then spears both Balor and Joe through the barricade. Rollins then Frog Splashes Wyatt off the top rope through the Spanish announce table.
The former Shield Brothers are the only ones who can get to their feet. They trade haymakers as Rollins kicks out of a Superman Punch and Reigns kicks out of a Frog Splash. Rollins hits a Phoenix Splash, but Reigns kicks out.
Wyatt re-enters the ring and whiffs on Sister Abigail on both Rollins and Reigns, before Reigns spears him out of the ring. Rollins hits Reigns with a knee and buckle bomb, but Reigns rebounds off the ropes with a Superman Punch.
Balor gets back in the ring, landing a combo of his Slingblade, double dropkick into the ropes and Coup De Grace on Reigns. Just as he looked to get the pinfall, Balor gets attacked from behind by Joe, who locks in the Coqina Clutch and squeezes the consciousness out of the Demon for the victory.
Winner: Samoa Joe


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