WWE has already outlined the Extreme Rules card
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The WWE has long since archived its last ppv, as well as the Big Four, Summerslam, with the most important event of the Stamford-based company's summer which was a success, also thanks to the great surprises arrived at the hands of the federation's management, with "The Man" Becky Lynch and Brock Lesnar, above all, who have ignited the WWE Universe, with a sensational return, which almost no one imagined.
Since Summerslam, WWE has changed the plans for its rosters in a very important way, especially since there is now a new champion in Smackown and obviously the plans that were initially made for the main event of the blue show were different, not including either of the two who returned to the ring at Summerslam.
WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view on September 26th, 2021 will be taking place in Columbus, Ohio. The Nationwide Arena will host the event, which last hosted the WWE Fastlane pay-per-view on March 11th, 2018. The first-ever WWE pay-per-view to take place from Nationwide Arena was King of the Ring, 2002.
Latest update on Extreme Rules
The next big event that WWE will broadcast on September 26 will be the event dedicated to "the extreme", which the company has been staging for years now, with almost all the disputes included in the event card which will be under special stipulation.
. At the moment, many matches are still in the pipeline, but many already seem obvious, such as the match between Becky Lynch and former champion, Bianca Belair, already confirmed by WWE through several videos sent to stage in the last tapings at local level.
Let's now see according to the main wrestling-based information sites, including Ringside News, what could be the matches that we will see at Extreme Rules, with the following being just a draft card not yet confirmed: - Bobby Lashley vs Randy Orton for the WWE Championship.
- Roman Reigns vs ?? (Finn Balor) for the Universal title. - Shinsuke Nakamura vs Apollo Crews for the Intercontinental title. - Natalya and Tamina vs Shotzi and Nox for the women's Tag Team titles. - Charlotte Flair vs Nia Jax for the Raw Women's Championship.
- The Usos vs Street Profits for the Smackdown Tag Team Titles. - Becky Lynch vs Bianca Belair for the Smackdown Women's Championship. - Damian Priest vs Drew McIntyre for the US Championship. As of this writing, several tickets are still available for the event.
Floor seats are currently on sale for between $300 to $500. Lower bowl and upper bowl seating are also still available.