I see Rusev beating AJ Styles in the main event... by DQ... as Nakamura comes to ringside, distracting Styles, and when Styles doesn't get pinned, Shinsuke comes into the ring, and low blows Rusev. This would lead to a triple threat match at Summerslam.
Probably the least excited I’ve been for a PPV. I’m looking forward to Rollins and Ziggler. I’m sure they’ll tear the house down. It would be wise to open the show with it.
But I think they should do away with this PPV. It was fine for a while but they’ve got even more restrictive when it comes to weapons and all that kind of stuff. Should have just left the July PPV as Battleground. Hopefully things ramp back up with the build to Summerslam approaching and we get a clear idea what’s going on with Brock and the Universal Title.
a PPV event called "Extreme Rules" with 12 ing matches, and almost none of them are "extreme", on top of that the only extreme element is 1 steel cage match with zero purpose other than saying its on the extreme rules ppv
Post by johnnyaustin21 on Jul 15, 2018 13:53:10 GMT -5
More then likely another terrible show tonight but theirs a few matches that are interesting to me in Reigns/Lashley,Hardy/Nakamura,Ziggler/Rollins and Alams/Sin Cara.Problem is that the dream match between Hardy & Nakamura seems rushed and the fact that Nakamura hasn't been good at all in terms of his in ring work since his debut in WWE baring a few matches and his debut and also it seems like all of the bumps and father time are finally catching up to Jeff Hardy who's a shell of himself.So that match probably won't live up to the hype also Ziggler/Rollins which should be good has a terrible stipulation on it with the 30 minute iron man match,I hate those as it should always be a hour long and the fact that a gimmick like that kind of kills the drama of when a match can end.
So really think that it boils down to Reigns/Lashley to save the show and for Almas/Sin Cara(which should be on the main card) to get the show off to a great start.If these match don't deliver big this more then likely will go down as another bad PPV for 2018 which in terms of the main roster shows is probably the worst year of PPV's in twenty or so years.