There will be a big surprise at Extreme Rules



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There will be a big surprise at Extreme Rules

WWE is now finalizing all preparations to stage its next ppv, Extreme Rules, with such an event that will see its Superstars stage several very tempting matches for fans of the company, practically all disputes being with a special stipulation.

Among the various most anticipated matches of the evening, there is undoubtedly the showdown between Seth Rollins and Matt Riddle, with the two athletes from Monday Night Raw who have been beating themselves up for weeks now.

The WWE, for this contest, has chosen a Fight Pit match and therefore a contest where there will be a containment cage around the ring and where the victory is allowed only by KO or submission. In the last hours, however, the WWE wanted to enrich the match even more, also going to formalize a special referee for the dispute that, however, has nothing to do with the world of pro-wrestling, that is the former world weight champion UFC maximums, Daniel Cormier, who had also come into conflict with former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar a few years ago.

Update on 2022 Extreme Rules

Possible spoilers have been reported for the number of matches on WWE Extreme Rules. With an announcement that already bounced online on all major world sites during the night, first through the mouth of journalist Ariel Helwani, then confirmed by the same federation, WWE has therefore formalized the former MMA fighter as its special guest referee for Extreme Rules , with these words: Recall how Cormier was UFC heavyweight world champion between 2018 and 2019 and in 2020 he instead decided to retire from the fight.

At the moment, the former athlete holds the role of commentator/interviewer also for the UFC. In the past years between Cormier and Brock Lesnar there would have been some spark, after a match of the first, with Lesnar who had climbed the octagon after a match and had been pushed.

Could Cormier now be in the WWE rings for a future even among McMahon athletes? Xero News on Twitter recently reported the possible layout of the show, namely how many matches we can expect at the premium live event. There was also mention of a potential United States title match.

"Extreme Rules will be 6/7 Matches. No Tag Team Defense or IC title defense. WWE Still looking into a possible US title match. But no plans at the moment for one." Xero News has also reported two more matches that might happen on the show.