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WWE Extreme Rules 2019 results, live match coverage

WWE Extreme Rules is all set to pop off tonight (Sun., July 14, 2019) from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 7:00 pm ET, live on the WWE Network. You may also be able to watch this on pay-per-view (PPV) if your cable provider is carrying the event. will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, match-by-match coverage of Extreme Rules below, beginning with the first match of the evening and right on through to the main event.

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  • Brock Lesnar def. Seth Rollins
  • Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch def. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans
  • Kofi Kingston def. Samoa Joe
  • Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler
  • AJ Styles def. Ricochet
  • New Day def. Daniel Bryan & Rowan and Heavy Machinery
  • Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley
  • Bayley def. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross
  • Aleister Black def. Cesaro
  • The Revival def. The Usos
  • Undertaker & Roman Reigns def. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre
  • Drew Gulak def. Tony Nese
  • Shinsuke Nakamura def. Finn Balor


What kind of comedy is this? All of the danger you’ve discovered. What kind of comedy is this? How can you say now, you’re frightened? You labeled me in forty tries and in case you didn’t realize, I was a landscape in your dream and all my mountains were on fire, but now? Now I’m here to liveblog this pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The pre-show opens with Jonathan Coachman welcoming us and introducing his preshow panel, starting off as Charly Caruso, Beth Phoenix, and Sam Roberts. They hype up the card until Kevin Owens is interviewed backstage, and he says he works for WWE, not Shane McMahon, and if Extreme Rules is in Philadelphia, you bet Kevin Owens is gonna be there.

Back to the panel for more discussion and then backstage with Lacey Evans and Baron Corbin. They talk about their professional relationship and how they’re going to pay Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins back.

We head to ringside for our first match.

Finn Balor (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (WWE Intercontinental Championship)

Balor cocky early, mocking Nakamura’s taunts, feeling out, sunset flip gets the basement dropkick! Jockeying for position, Shinsuke gets him hung up in the corner for the knee to the ribs and takes things to the apron. Perching, but Finn clocks him with an enzuigiri and knocks him to the floor! Balor takes advantage on the floor, putting Nakamura into the barricades a few times before returning to the ring.

Shinsuke counters, looking for an armbar but Finn keeps his hands clasped and then gets a foot on the ropes to force the break! Struggling, Balor counters Landslide into a Pele kick! Inverted headlock elbow drop... NOPE! We take a quick ad break and come back to Shinsuke hitting the baseball slide German suplex! Lying in wait, he’s got Finn where he wants him... KINSHASA COUNTERED INTO A DOUBLE STOMP TO THE MIDSECTION!


Shinsuke Nakamura wins by pinfall with Kinshasa, winning the WWE Intercontinental Championship.

Back to the panel for more hype, and then New Day are interviewed. They talk up their respective matches tonight and close by saying they’ll be our champions. Back to the panel, more discussion, and then to ringside for our second pre-show match.

Drew Gulak (c) vs. Tony Nese (WWE Cruiserweight Championship)

Gulak with a hot start and Nese gives it right back to him, striking away! Thence into a bit of grappling, Tony turning to flips for evasion, a knee strike, a chest kick, a into a cover, out at one and the Premiere Athlete clotheslines the Legal Eagle to the floor! Cartwheel off the apron and Gulak pops up to devastate him with a diving lariat!

Out for a quick ad break, back and Nese hits a Cobra Twist slam! Wristlock from the champion as he comes back, kicks to the face, Tony turns him around and German suplexes him into the turnbuckles! Set up for the corner knee, Gulak counters with a back elbow, thinking Argentine neckbreaker, Nese slips out, Drew in the ropes... SECOND ROPE MOONSAULT ONTO THE APRON!

Back inside, up top, 450 splash, crashing his knees across Gulak’s chest... NOT ENOUGH! Thinking about a powerbomb, Nese blocks, they slug it out, off the ropes, leapfrog, Gulak with a truly wild reversal, Nese thinking about his Jig ‘n Tonic, Drew reverses... powerbomb for a nearfall! Backbreaker rack...

Drew Gulak wins by pinfall with Cyclone Crash to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

Back to the panel, they run over the card again and close things out talking about our winner takes all mixed tag.

The main show kicks off with that weird sexy ASMR lips video package.

Drew McIntyre & Shane McMahon vs. Graveyard Dogs (Roman Reigns & the Undertaker) (No Holds Barred Match)

Reigns and McIntyre to start, just beating the hell out of each other, Drew slips out of a Samoan drop and hits a belly-to-belly suplex to get the tag and the momentum, but after Shane tags in, the Big Dog recovers and tags the Undertaker in. Punches into the short-arm shoulder blocks, leg drop for two, taunting McIntyre and Old School gets countered, leading McMahon to light Taker up with punches in the corner.

The Deadman turns it around on him, punches of his own into a big lariat, and now... OLD SCHOOL! Shane tags McIntyre in, he squares right up to Taker and starts throwing punches! Undertaker returns in kind, a clothesline puts him on the floor and he rams Drew right into the apron to set him up for the guillotine leg drop! Reigns tags in, corner lariats, he calls for it but has to fend McMahon off!

They low-bridge the Big Dog to the floor, Taker comes around to lay down the law and chases Shane up the ramp with a steel chair in hand! Drew throws Roman into the steps and takes him into the ring for a further beatdown as McMahon returns to the apron and tags in. Mounted punches, cover for two, and now the quick tags begin to isolate Reigns.

Eventually Roman sidesteps the charge and McIntyre’s shoulder goes into the post, leading to tags all around! Undertaker in hot with right hands, whipping Shane around the ring! Scoop him up, Snake Eyes right into the big boot! A forearm knocks Drew off the apron, clothesline to send McMahon to the floor and the Deadman’s feeling frisky!

He takes the announce desk apart and prepares it for war, but when he’s got Shane in position for the Last Ride... ELIAS WITH EL KABONG OUTTA NOWHERE! The Big Dog goes to run the Drifter off, but here comes McIntyre... CLAYMORE! Guitar neck in hand, Elias goes back to the Deadman but finds himself goozled... CLAYMORE TAKES UNDERTAKER OUT! McMahon directing traffic, ordering Taker set atop the table, he heads up top... DIVING ELBOW THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE!

Drew and Elias drag an unconscious Deadman into the ring and lean him in the corner, stacking a trash can on top of him, Shane headed up top, slashing his throat with his thumb... COAST 2 COAST! BUT ROMAN REIGNS IS BACK, SUPERMAN PUNCH FOR ELIAS! McIntyre cuts him off with a Russian legsweep, McMahon drags Taker into the middle of the ring... AND THE DEADMAN SITS UP!

He chokeslams McMahon and then Elias in turn! Eyes roll back, slash his throat, McIntyre rises up behind him... AND GETS SPEARED BY THE BIG DOG! GRAVEYARD DOGS RUNNING HOT! Reigns throws McMahon over, Taker scoops him up... TOMBSTONE PILEDRIVER! REST... IN... PEACE!

Graveyard Dogs win by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver from the Undertaker on Shane McMahon.

Post-match, Taker and Roman square up and the Deadman gives the Big Dog a little nod and a clap on the shoulder.

Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins are interviewed backstage. They talk about how they’re gonna win their match and whatnot.

The Usos cut a promo during their entrance where they inform the Revival they’re getting locked down in the Uso Penitentiary.

The Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) (c) vs. the Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) (WWE Raw Tag Team Championship)

Dawson and Jey to start, fast-paced feeling out and numerous attempts at a cover and the Usos make the tag. Working Scott over, he gets away and tags Wilder in. Uso fast on his feet, tag back to his brother, stereo gamengiris! Revival cut off stereo dives but get dumped to the floor and the Usos take flight! Back inside, Dawson gets the tag and they run Jey over!

Throwing him into the barricade, and the Revival want the count-out! Uso beats the count, the tag champs work him over but can’t put him away! Catapult into the bottom rope gets two, Jey with a judo throw but Scott tags right in and cuts him off! Uso with right hands, a back suplex, Jimmy fends Wilder off and Jey makes the tag but referee John Cone was busy with Dash and missed the tag!

The Revival beat Jey up while Jimmy argues and continue to work him over after. Jockeying for position in the corner and both Jey and Dawson end up crashing to the floor! Back in, tags made and Jimmy starts wrecking house! Diving crossbody... NOPE! Lariat, superkick, right hand, off the ropes, Samoan drop! One for Scott, too! Uso fired up... Ode to Rikishi! Wilder catches him with a sitout powerbomb... NOT ENOUGH!

Soon enough a tag to Jey, double team into a Samoan drop, still just a nearfall. Dawson blasts Jimmy off the apron but gets rolled up for two! Scott with strikes... BRAINBUSTER FOR TWO! Setting Uso up in his corner, superplex into a diving splash... JIMMY BREAKS IT UP! Jey rolls into a cover... DAWSON BREAKS IT UP! The match breaks down into a brawl, superkicks ensue, tag to Jimmy!

Usos off the ropes, Scott picks Jey off, Wilder catches him, blind tag from the champs...

The Revival win by pinfall with Shatter Machine on Jimmy Uso to retain the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship.

Aleister Black vs. Cesaro

Looking for Black Mass out the gates, Cesaro fires back with uppercuts and a back suplex and it is on! Neutralizer denied but Cesaro drops into Black’s seated taunt! Kicks connect, Orihara moonsault follows it up when Cesaro rushes to the floor! Corner knees, into a cover... NOT ENOUGH! Strike combo, the Swiss Superman unable to find his footing as Aleister draws his head up with a boot under his jaw.

Slugging it out, off the ropes, Cesaro sees the quebrada coming and shoves Black to the floor! Back inside, Cesaro hits the springboard corkscrew uppercut... only a nearfall! Into a grounded cutthroat choke, a lariat to follow when Al gets away and runs the ropes! Kneeling armbar, trapping Black against the mat but he’s able to lever out, duck a lariat, and hit the quebrada!

Kicks follow it up, Cesaro with an uppercut but Al fights him off in the corner, Meteora... CAUGHT AND COUNTERED INTO SWISS DEATH BUT BLACK GETS A HAND ON THE ROPES! Another cover... STILL NO! Uppercuts, countered into a backslide, Black catches a boot and again starts laying kicks in, swatting aside an uppercut with his boot and nailing the Swiss Superman with a knee strike to the jaw!

Black to the floor, back in, whip off the ropes but Cesaro’s knee gives out and Al is able to get a small package for two! Taking him down into the heel hook... CESARO REVERSES INTO THE SHARPSHOOTER! Shift to the arm-trap crossface, Al with elbows to the knee to break and he hits another knee strike right on the button! Back to the striking, clobbering each other, Cesaro wants the Neutralizer but Black slips out...

Aleister Black wins by pinfall with Black Mass.

Backstage, R-Truth and Carmella are looking for “Hornswoggle” when Alexa Bliss comes through a door with Nikki Cross. Truth asks her if he’s in the room she came from before moving on.

Bliss gifts Cross with a t-shirt and the Street Profits roll up to hype up their match and mock the idea of sharing a title.

Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs. Bayley (c) (WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship Handicap Match)

Cross to start, collar and elbow to feel it out, taking control, tag to Bliss but Bayley quickly reasserts her dominance. Tag back to Nikki, sliding lariat from the champ for two and Cross tags back out. Action to the floor, the Hugger rams her into the barricade, Alexa making the save, she blasts the champ off the apron and head-first into the steel steps!

Back inside, working Bayley over with quick tags, putting boots to her in the corner, Cross with a Regal Cutter... NOPE! Bliss legal, tangling the Hugger up in the apron as they continue to work her over. Tree of Woe gives way to a hanging sleeper hold and a mat slam, referee Drake Wuertz admonishing her and she follows with Insault to Injury for two!

Bayley with the comeback, shoulder thrust, Cross tags in, back suplex puts her down and the Hugger slams Alexa on top of her! Leg pick, stepping through and rolling, inverted Indian Deathlock! Bliss tries to make the save and just gets caught in a crossface that she has to bite her way out of! Alexa makes the save for Nikki! Bliss runs interference enough for Cross to get a tornado DDT... NOPE!

Tag to Alexa, she heads up top... KNEES UP ON THE TWISTED BLISS! Tag back to Nikki, diving... RIGHT INTO A KNEE STRIKE! Bayley drags her over, heads up top...

Bayley wins by pinfall with the diving elbow drop on Nikki Cross to retain the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Bobby Lashley vs. Braun Strowman (Last Man Standing Match)

Braun biels Bob out of the ring out the gates! Back inside, the bell rings, Strowman with Stinger splashes and Lashley beats out first count of the evening by rolling out of the ring. Bob takes control on the floor with a spear and brawls the monster out into the crowd, targeting his injured kidneys! They brawl into the concourse and it takes a beat for the cameras to follow, reaching them as referee John Cone begins his count, but Braun beats it at six!

Raining punches down, Lashley drags him over to the merch area, Strowman blocks a suplex... AND SUPLEXES BOB INTO A T-SHIRT DISPLAY! Braun in control now, stumbling down a hallway and back into the crowd. Punching him down the stairs but Lashley’s able to beat the count again. Hoisting him up, Bob slips out... SPEAR THROUGH THE BARRICADE!

Over to the announce tables, Lashley tips the table over and buries Braun... BUT THE MONSTER BEATS THE COUNT! Over the barricade... Braun catches him and biels him into the international announce teams! Cone making his count but Lashley beats it! Bob beats Strowman down in a row of chairs but the monster is able to force himself to his feet again!

Big right hand, stumbling along, booting Bob’s face off but he wants more! Up in the stands again, chairshots, jockeying for position, up on his shoulder... POWERSLAM OFF A ELEVATED WALKWAY! Both men down and lifeless as John Cone counts... BRAUN PUNCHES HIS WAY OUT OF THE WRECKAGE! LASHLEY’S STILL DOWN! IT’S OVER!

Braun Strowman wins when Bobby Lashley is unable to make the standing ten count.

Backstage, the Club are interviewed and AJ Styles says they’re more than friends, they’re like brothers, and Ricochet just happened to be in the way. He puts Ricochet over and says he’s going to take the United States Championship away from him. They Too Sweet to close the interview.

Daniel Bryan & Erick Rowan (c) vs. Heavy Machinery (Otis Dozovic & Tucker Knight) vs. New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) (WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship)

Bryan and Woods to start, lucha libre in the feeling out and Xavier clocks the American Dragon with a rolling elbow that leads to Tucker tagging in. Knight working this power game on the mat but soon enough Rowan tags in and clobbers Woods! Big splash, quick tag to Dan and he starts working Woods’ knee over. Otis tags in, spinning body slam puts Bryan off balance and he follows it up with a Gallon Throw!

Fired up... CATERPILLAR! ONLY A NEARFALL! E tags in on Bryan and comes in hot on Tucker, belly-to-belly suplex, off the ropes, big splash but Knight gets the knees up and tags Dozer back in! Delayed vertical... AND A DIVING CROSSBODY BUT ERICK BREAKS IT UP! Rock Bottom for Knight, reverse roundhouse for Dozovic, Woods on his back with a sleeper but the big man throws him outside and freight train crossbodies him!

Diving knee from Bryan! SUICIDE SPEAR FROM BIG E! All the bodies laid out at ringside, Otis comes off the ropes, hesitates, steps gingerly to the apron and dives into the crush! Tucky with the diving crossbody! Throwing Big back inside, got him up, the Compactor... WOODS BREAKS IT UP! Off the ropes, they pop him up into a powerslam and Rowan comes in, double claw, countered with boots and clubs.

Out of both corners, double belly bump, Stinger splashes in the corner, setting Erick up top, E comes in from underneath... AND POWERBOMBS BOTH MEN FROM HEAVY MACHINERY AT THE SAME DAMN TIME! Bryan with the blind tag, Big looking to superplex Rowan... AND HE DOES! Dan up top, diving headbutt... THE LEBELL LOCK IS ON IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RING! E crawling, reaching, desperate for the ropes and the American Dragon turns it into a Rings of Saturn! Adding a half-crab... BUT BIG E GETS HIS FOOT UNDER THE PLANE OF THE ROPES!

Chest kicks ensue after the break, slapping E across the face and he’s fired up, backflip up and over gets caught... MIDNIGHT HOUR! IT’S OVER!

New Day win by pinfall with Midnight Hour on Daniel Bryan to win the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

New Day are shown celebrating briefly in Gorilla and Paul Heyman hustles his way past.

He makes his entrance and his usual introduction. He puts over his Philadelphia bonafides and says he won’t leave Philly without being part of history and declares that Brock Lesnar will cash in tonight and he’ll have the honor and privilege of leaving town with either the WWE Champion or the Universal Champion. But of course, we have to ask ourselves if he’s telling the truth or is he Paul Heyman?

AJ Styles vs. Ricochet (c) (WWE United States Championship)

Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows jump Ricochet during his entrance and beat him down! Referee Darrick Moore checks on the One and Only... we have a bell!

Styles works him over in the corner from the jump, putting boots to him, Ricochet turning the speed up to evade and nails him with a dropkick that sends him to the apron. Arm drags, charging chop, rolling thunder dropkick and again AJ is on the apron, off the ropes, he moves away but Ricochet re-aligns... SHOOTING STAR PRESS OFF THE APRON! Anderson and Gallows running interference, Styles is able to clobber the One and Only and get back to work.

Grinding reverse chinlock for a beat, Ricochet gets away and turns the heat up with an enzuigiri and both men are down and out. Off the ropes, flying forearm and a tijeras, fired up, kicks in the corner set up a springboard lariat and a diving crossbody to take the good brothers out at ringside! Back in, quebrada... NOPE! Whip into the corner, Styles with the moonsault DDT but Ricochet counters into a northern lights suplex and rolls through into a straight suplex to follow and get a nearfall!

AJ with the Ushigoroshi but he can’t capitalize because his knee gives out on him! Straight suplex into the turnbuckles gets two, as does an inverted DDT after some back and forth! Styles Clash attempted, the One and Only flips out, into the corner, jockeying for position and Styles is set up for the Phenomenal Forearm but Ricochet slips away! Back suplex facebuster connects... NOPE!

Styles Clash countered into a hurricanrana... STILL NO! Slugging it out on their knees now, slowly to their feet, Styles rush, enzuigiri gets the Pele kick, Ricochet counters a brainbuster into a twisting neckbreaker but AJ holds on and gets the brainbuster anyway... NOT ENOUGH! Jockeying for position in the corner, Ricochet hangs Styles up over the top rope neck-first!

Springboard shooting star press... AJ’S LEG WAS UNDER THE ROPES AND KARL ANDERSON MAKES SURE REFEREE DARRICK MOORE NOTICES! Ricochet up top, Anderson running interference so he kicks Karl in the face and Gallows is able to successfully crotch the champion up top! In position, Styles clibs up after him... IMPLODING AVALANCHE STYLES CLASH! IT’S OVER!

AJ Styles wins by pinfall with an imploding avalanche Styles Clash to win the WWE United States Championship.

We get a replay of Kevin Owens’ promo from Tuesday and are informed he has a match.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kevin Owens

Jawing, Ziggler fires off a slap, Owens with a kick to the gut...

Kevin Owens wins by pinfall with the Stunner.

Post-match, Owens gets on the mic and cuts a promo picking up where he left off on Tuesday, saying he stands by what he said and he expected to get suspended or even fired tonight, but since Shane at a Tombstone Piledriver he thinks he’s safe and speaks for everyone when he says McMahon can kiss his ass and go straight to hell!

Samoa Joe is interviewed backstage and he has a final message for Kofi Kingston-- he’s here to end his title reign.

Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Samoa Joe (WWE Championship)

Joe taking control early with his striking, moving on to grinding Kingston down by targeting the neck. Kofi gets enough of a comeback to try for a dive but Samoa cuts him off and starts working his fingers over, taking him to the floor and trapping his hand between the halves of the steel steps... AND HE STOMPS THE TOP HALF! Back inside, pressing the attack, Kingston gets away and hits a diving crossbody for two!

Off the ropes... Joe gets two off the snap scoop powerslam! STF applied, no good, SOS! Coquina Clutch, Kofi trying to step up the turnbuckles to counter but Samoa blocks and gets a nearfall by turning it into a mat slam and hitting a senton! Out of the corner, Kingston is ready for him...

Kofi Kingston wins by pinfall with Trouble in Paradise to retain the WWE Championship.

Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans vs. Becky Lynch & Seth Rollins (c) (WWE Universal Championship / WWE Raw Women’s Championship Winner Takes All Extreme Rules Mixed Tag Team Match)

Women to start, Evans showing her butt, which has “SETH” written on it, off and Lynch blasting her out to the floor for her trouble. The Man in control, but Lacey makes the tag and we switch out. Rollins coming in hot, Corbin out to get a kendo stick, he comes back in and they brawl until Seth hits a Sling Blade. Evans in with the kendo stick, Seth catches the shot and she tries to seduce him so Becky starts wailing on her with a kendo stick of her own!

Rollins beats on Corbin with his own and they keep a-hammerin’! Heels to the floor, babyfaces off the ropes with stereo dives! Back inside, Seth and Baron jockeying for position, rolling elbow from the champ, looking for a suicide dive but Corbin blasts him with a chair! Wailing on him with the chair repeatedly, DDT... NOPE! Outside and back in, enzuigiri, superkick, Seth fighting back into it, putting Baron into Chekhov’s chair and making the tag!

Lynch with a steel chair in hand, walloping Evans across the back with it, throwing her into the barricade! Back inside, exploder suplex into some chairs, dragging her over, The Man stacks a chair on Lacey’s prone body and heads up top... DIVING LEG DROP! Up top again, Corbin looking to run interference but Rollins cuts him off and Becky hits a Van Terminator of sorts!

Evans catches her, slingshot elbow drop, Woman’s Right misses but she counters Dis-Arm-Her into a schoolboy pin! Everybody down and out except for Seth, he gets a table and wakes Becky up. Getting another table out, they set them up at ringside, ambling brawling breaks out, Corbin puts Rollins into the timekeeper’s area and Evans puts Lynch into the steel steps.

Baron back inside with a pair of kendo sticks, he gives one to Lacey and they tee off on Rollins! Becky slides in, gets caught... STEREO CHOKESLAMS FOR A NEARFALL! On the floor, trying to suplex Seth into a table but Lynch comes over and they suplex the heels onto the steel of the ramp! Back over to the tables, they set their opponents up on one each, diving leg drop and a frog splash one after the other!


Becky Lynch & Seth Rollins win by pinfall with Blackout from Rollins on Baron Corbin to retain the WWE Raw Women’s Championship and the WWE Universal Championship.



Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins (c) (WWE Universal Championship)

Fireman’s carry...

Brock Lesnar wins by pinfall with the F-5 to win the WWE Universal Championship.

Paul E and Brock celebrate on the ramp while Rollins contemplates his loss.

That’s the show, folks.

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