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Roman Reigns kicked off the main show of Extreme Rules for this tag team main event match. The Undertaker followed him next with his mesmerizing entrance to leave the crowd in awe. The heels tried to dominate Reigns in the initial parts of the match until Undertaker got the hot tag. He performed the pendant moves on the younger McMahon until Elias interfered the match.
He smashed a guitar on the Deadman’s back to put him down. Shane directed traffic for Drew and Elias to set up ‘Taker on the table. He jumped off the top rope to hurt Undertaker and then hit the coast-to-coast on him. But the Phenome still sat back in his pendant style to surprise McMahon. Reigns neutralized Drew with a spear whereas Shane received a chokeslam-Tombstone Piledriver combo to digest the loss. A triumphant Undertaker posed inside the ring to close the opening segment of Extreme Rules.
We have never thought of seeing a team comprising The Undertaker and Roman Reigns, ever. But the unthinkable became true when The Deadman chose to beside himself with The Big Dog after weeks of unfair means used against him. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre beat the hell out of him on numerous occasions indicating ‘the one-man army’ was not good enough to counter the authority’s heel plans.
So The Undertaker came out of nowhere to form this super team alongside Roman Reigns. But WWE.com doubted whether the bitter rivals could really overcome their history from the past,
“The bell tolls for Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre when The Undertaker rises from the darkness to join forces with unlikely ally Roman Reigns to take on the devious tandem of “The Best in the World” and The Scottish Psychopath in a No Holds Barred Match at WWE Extreme Rules. Few would expect The Deadman to willingly stand shoulder-to-shoulder with The Big Dog, who took The Undertaker’s “Yard” at WrestleMania 33.”
— WWE (@WWE) July 14, 2019
In the end, the dynamic duo proved the doubters wrong at Extreme Rules by getting along, quite well. They were able to put away the super-villains of the WWE that should keep them down for sometimes at Summerslam approaches.