WWE Extreme Rules 2015
A Cagesider sat down with his sister, a former fan of WWE who hasn't watched for 10 years now, and jotted down her thoughts on the "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view and "King of the Ring" special. Here's what she thought after so much time away.
A plea to both John Cena and WWE to just knock it the hell off with the awful sexism already. The women in WWE deserve better stories that female fans can actually feel good about supporting.
Complete results and reactions to last night's (April 26, 2015) WWE "Extreme Rules" event that took place at the Allstate Arena in Chicago and featured Seth Rollins retaining his title over Randy Orton, Roman Reigns looking strong, and more!
WWE "Extreme Rules" is in the books tonight (Sun., April 26, 2015) from Chicago, Illinois and now it's time for you to decide what match on the card was the best of the night. Seth Rollins vs. Randy Orton? Something else? Come vote now!
What's the deal with the return of "King of the Ring" this week? What will the WWE "Payback" pay-per-view card look like? Was Daniel Bryan even in Chicago for Extreme Rules? Possible answers to these questions and more in today's Rumor Roundup!
Matt Roth and Sean Rueter are back to talk about any and everything that goes down in the stipulation matches in Chicago, as soon as the show goes off the air - including Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, John Cena, Dean F'n Ambrose and more!
Get complete results and live coverage of every match on tonight's (April 26, 2015) WWE "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view from Chicago, Illinois featuring Seth Rollins vs. Randy Orton, John Cena vs. Rusev, and so much more!
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No longer undefeated, Rusev has a perfect opportunity to restore his pride tonight by defeating John Cena in the rubber match of their series, which thanks to The Authority has a Russian chain stipulation that plays to his brawling strengths.
If WWE knows full well that Daniel Bryan won't be cleared to wrestle until after Extreme Rules, then clearly WWE has misled the public by pretending that there is still a chance that the match might take place tonight.
We don't want him here, and The Big Dog probably isn't too thrilled himself to be back in a program with the Giant. Show's been an entertaining heel in the build, but it's going to take a heroic effort from Roman to make the match itself a winner.
Tumultuous times in the women's division as a retirement and a kayfabe injury angle have forced WWE to plan B. But is that plan just more Total Divas-driven crazy chick drama, or should we give this Divas title bout a chance?