WWE Extreme Rules 2019 Full Results With Videos: July 14, 2019
WWE presented Extreme Rules edition of 2019, last night with a stacked card. Eight championships were on the line from the main roster alongside a ‘Winners Take All’ mixed tag team main event. Plus, The Undertaker returned to action in a No Holds Barred match on the show that took place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Check out the results,
WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Finn Balor (c)
Extreme Rules kicked off with a surprising title change where Nakamura won the IC title. The challenger was in control for the better part until Balor came back. But he missed a Coup De Grace only to digest the Kinshasa from Nakamura to lost the title.
No Holds Barred Match
The Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre
The tag team contest opened the main show of Extreme Rules where Elias helped the heel team of McIntyre and McMahon. He smashed the guitar on Undertaker’s back allowing McMahon to put ‘Taker through a table and hit the coast-to-coast. But the Deadman hit chokeslams on Shane and Elias. Reigns hit a spear on Drew allowing Undertaker to hit the Tombstone on Shane for the win.
WWE RAW Tag Team Championship Match
The Usos vs. The Revival (c)
A back and forth going into the match witnessed superplex by Dawson on Jimmy. A big splash by Wilder followed up until Jey Uso delivered a splash on Dash. Dawson broke the pinfall and capitalized by hitting the Shatter Machine on Jimmy yo retain their titles at Extreme Rules.
Aleister Black vs. Cesaro
Cesaro was in control of the match by locking in the Sharpshooter. He then converted it to a Crossface but Black got out of it hitting on his opponent’s thighs. Both men hit each other with upper-cuts when Cesaro went for the Neutralizer. But Black countered with a Knee and Black Mass to win at Extreme Rules.
2-on-1 Handicap Match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross vs. Bayley (c)
Both the challengers punished the champion taking advantage of the stipulation. Cross climbed the second rope and hit a tornado DDT on Bayley. Bliss got the tag and went for the Twisted Bliss which Bayley countered. Nikki got the tag but got a knee from the champion who followed up the top-rope elbow drop for the win.
Last Man Standing Match
Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley
The two behemoths brawled around the ring making it an extremely physical fight. Lashley put an announce table on top of Strowman but he managed to stand in the count of nine. At one point, Lashley threw a fan onto Strowman but the monster caught him on the second step of stairs and put through the announce desk to get the win.
Triple Threat for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships
Heavy Machinery vs. The New Day vs. Daniel Bryan and Rowan (c)
New Day neutralized Heavy Machinery with a Suplex after which Daniel Bryan jumped off the top rope and gave a headbutt onto Big E. He got the La Belle lock onto Big E in the ring. E came out of it but received a slap from Bryan. He gave a vicious clothesline to Bryan and tagged Woods to connect the Midnight Hour to win tag titles at Extreme Rules.
WWE United States Championship Match
AJ Styles vs. Ricochet (c)
The Club members attacked Ricochet to give upper-hand to AJ Styles even before the bell rang. The US Champ still managed to pull off a shooting star press but Club members put Styles’ legs on the ropes. Gallows then Gallows tripped up Ricochet on the top rope. With Ricochet hung up on the ropes, AJ climbed the second rope and hit a Styles Clash to win the US title at Extreme Rules.
Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler
Owens hit a stunner on Ziggler to win the match within 15 seconds. Following the squash match, Owens cut a furious promo to bury Shane McMahon.
— WWE (@WWE) July 15, 2019
WWE Championship Match
Samoa Joe vs. Kofi Kingston (c)
Joe caught Kofi with a powerbomb on Kofi and turned into the STF. But Kofi broke the hold putting legs on the ropes. Kofi them countered hitting an SOS on him. Joe still managed to come back with the Coquina Clutch. Kofi got out of it and went to the corner. Joe ran towards him to digest a Trouble in Paradise to come up short at Extreme Rules.
Winners Take All Extreme Rules Match
Lacey Evans and Baron Corbin vs. RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins (c)
Becky Lynch neutralized Lacey Evans by throwing her out of the ring during the main event. Corbin hit the Deep Six but Becky broke up the count. Seth smashed the chair on Corbin’s back on multiple times and then followed up with three Carb Stomps to retain both the titles on the line. As soon as the match ended, Brock Lesnar arrived in the ring to hit Seth with German Suplexes. He cashed in MITB briefcase right there and hit an F5 on his opponent to get the pinfall win. Lesnar became the new Universal Champion to close Extreme Rules PPV.
— WWE (@WWE) July 15, 2019
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