WWE Extreme Rules 2021
WWE finally added an Extreme Rules stipulation to the card, but they left off one other thing that used to be critical to business.
They waited until one of the go home shows to announce it, and it’s probably just a way to liven up a match with a really predictable outcome... but it counts!
It will be a triple threat now.
Fortunes can change in a hurry in sports entertainment. Here are three acts who are rising, and three who are falling, after a busy week in WWE.
Ripley & ASH get a chance to take the WWE Women’s Tag belts from Tamina & Natalya on the Mon., Sept. 20 Raw. It makes the SmackDown team with two wins over the champs go ‘hmmm’.
The name "Extreme Rules" doesn’t make any sense for this card, at least not yet.
In addition to advertising Brock Lesnar, Becky Lynch, and Edge, WWE is now promoting a tag team title match for tomorrow night’s episode of SmackDown.
Finn Bálor is booked in another Universal championship match against Roman Reigns while we await the return of The Demon.
They made headlines last Monday when their match turned into a shoot. With that fresh in fans’ minds, we’re getting a rematch for The Queen’s title on the Sept. 6 Raw. It’s one of five matches announced for the Labor Day show in Miami.
It’s on for the next WWE PPV event.
The latest rumors, including when we can expect The Rock back, a title match likely for Extreme Rules, a potentially big comeback, and more!
The secondary ticket market for All Out is on fire in the aftermath of the rumors that CM Punk will return to pro wrestling and sign with AEW.