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Extreme Rules tag match gets a new stipulation

Is there that much of a difference between an extreme rules and no holds barred match?

Yesterday, WWE announced that Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins versus Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans would be an extreme rules match. Tonight (Jul. 2) on SmackDown, Shane McMahon added a no holds barred stipulation to his match in two weeks at Extreme Rules.

McMahon and Drew McIntyre versus Roman Reigns and Undertaker will now be a little more extreme; since no holds are barred.

The Extreme Rules pay-per-view is set for Sun., July 14, 2019, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

For the 49-year-old Shane McMahon and 54-year-old Undertaker, is a no holds barred match the best path to getting a memorable night from the pair?

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