Welcome to Ringside News’ results for Extreme Rules 2019.
Tonight’s show is to be headlined by the mixed tag team match between Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Baron Corbin, and Lacey Evans. Of course, this is a winners take all match in which Lynch and Rollins’ Raw Women’s Championship and Universal Championships are on the line. Heading towards SummerSlam, I don’t think many of us are expecting a shock result here.
The real main event that most want to see is Kofi Kingston Vs. Samoa Joe for the WWE Championship. This feud could be amazing and Joe is long overdue some TV time considering his feud with Rey was cut at the knees at every turn. Whether or not Joe finally gets the strap remains to be seen.
The other huge match tonight, which to be fair could be the main event, is The Undertaker and Roman Reigns Vs. Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre. The Undertaker’s inclusion in this match is a spanner in the works but considering it’s under No Holds Barred rules means it should be a fun one regardless.
There’s also the Last Man Standing match between Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman, the United States Championship match between AJ Styles and Ricochet, Aleister Black Vs. Cesaro, The Revival taking on The Uso’s, and a few more. It’s actually quite a stacked card and, as of now, there’s only one match scheduled for the Kick-Off Show.
And that’s the preview for Extreme Rules 2019. Let us know what you’re excited to see by following us on Instagram and Twitter, and by downloading the Ringside News app. Enjoy the show!
The Extreme Rules kick-off panel consists of Coach, Beth Phoenix, Charly Caruso, and Sam Roberts.
We see a highlight reel for the Shane McMahon/Roman Reigns feud. While it seemed like that might be the main event, it will in fact open the show. Beth Phoenix says the no holds barred stipulation benefits the Deadman. Roberts says he gets excited like anyone when Undertaker is around but he thinks the stipulation benefits Drew and Shane. They ponder if Roman and Undertaker can put their egos aside to overcome the tandem of Drew and Shane.
Coach mentions that Finn Balor Vs. Shinsuke Nakamura for the Intercontinental Championship will be on the Kick-Off Show. We see Kevin Owens backstage with Kayla Braxton and he says he doesn’t work for Shane McMahon, he works for WWE. The panel says Owens Vs. Ziggler could steal the show.
Next up is the Last Man Standing match between Bobby Lashley and Braun Strowman. They talk about if Braun is fit for tonight, because they haven’t seen him in weeks. Roberts says this match will be carnage and they better have the arena prepared.
We see Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans backstage, she’s drinking tea and he’s wearing a snazzy shirt. Corbin says he plans on breaking Rollins’ back with a chair, or maybe he’ll put him through a table, or use Evans’ teapot to hit him. She tells him he won’t be using her teapot, but he can feel free to use a Kendo stick. Evans says she has one with Becky’s name written on it. She says tonight they will not only take Seth and Becky’s titles but destroy their relationship.
The Championship bout gets underway and both men circle each other before locking-up. Nakamura puts Balor against the ropes and tries to rest his head on his chest but Finn shoves him away, then floors him with a right hand. Balor mocks Nakamura’s taunt.
Nakamura attempts a sunset flip but Finn rolls through and dropkicks him. Balor chops Shinsuke in the corner, but the challenger gets him lying prone on the ropes and knees him. Finn rolls to the apron and Nakamura jumps at him but gets caught by an enziguiri and rolls outside. Balor hits a tope over the ropes and onto Nakamura, then tosses him into the barricade.
Back inside the ring, Nakamura attempts an armbar on Finn but Balor gets him foot on the rope to force the break. Nakamaura kicks Finn in the chest, then delivers some knees to the head. Nakamura applies a guillotine but Finn fights out and hits an overhead kick. Balor floors Nakamura with a dropkick and a spinning elbow slam. Slingblade from Balor, then he looked for the corner dropkick but got kicked by Nakamura.
Nakamura sets Finn on the ropes again but gets hit with an enziguiri. Balor goes to the top rope but Nakamura shoves his feet off. Nakamura kicks the back of Finn and hits a sliding German suplex. Nakamura looks for the Kinshasha but Balor counters with a double foot stomp. A front dropkick is followed by the Coup de Grace but nobody’s home and Nakamura hits a Kinshasha to the back of the head, then one to the front and wins!
The panel discuss Samoa Joe Vs. Kofi Kingston. We get a backstage promo from The New Day, in which they’re standing like the Three Stooges. They joke about beating Daniel Bryan and Erick Rowan and Heavy Machinery. Caruso says Kofi needs to keep Joe on his mind, to which the Champion says he’s inside Joe’s head. After tonight, they’re going to be the WWE Champion and the Tag Team Champions.
The match begins and Gulak tackles Nese, unleashing some ground and pound. Nese fights his way out as the fans chant “let’s go Gulak”. Nese takes a body lock, then hits a springboard over Gulak, ducks a clothesline, and clotheslines him out of the ring.
Nese jumps out of the ring but nobody’s home, then Gulak connects with a stiff clothesline coming off the apron. Gulak applies a neck crank as we head to a commercial.
We come back to see Nese slide through Gulak’s legs and hit a pump handle slam for a two count. Gulak delivers some big kicks to the challenger but Nese catches one, and hits a German suplex into the turnbuckles. Tony looks for the Running Nese but Gulak grabs him. They brawl onto the apron where Nese hits a moonsault off the ring post onto Gulak!
Nese gets Gulak back in the ring and hits a 450 but Gulak kicks out! Nese and Gulak perform some impressive reversals but it results in a big powerbomb from Gulak for a near-fall. Gulak hits the Cyclone Crash and that’s all she wrote.
The final match for discussion is the mixed tag match with the cringiest world Champions of all-time. They ask whether or not Becky and Seth can focus on this match and what happens if they lose.
The panel give one last quick rundown of Extreme Rules before ending the Kick-Off Show. Here we go!
WWE Extreme Rules 2019 opens with a video package that focused heavily on Reigns and Undertaker Vs. Shane and Drew, including the Crow noise from Sting’s WWE entrance music.
We go live to the arena in Philadelphia and we see McIntyre and McMahon walking backstage before seeing a video of the feud. All four men make their entrances.
The bell rings and we start with Reigns and McIntyre. They come face to face in the ring and Drew throws the first hand but Roman forces him to the corner. Roman is whipped to the corner but fires back with an uppercut. McIntyre hits a huge belly-to-belly and tags Shane, who stomps and punches Reigns in the corner.
Reigns puts Shane in the corner and delivers ten punches, before tagging The Deadman. Undertaker tees-off on Shane and floors him with a shoulder, followed by a leg drop. Undertaker looks to go Old School but Shane hits the ropes to knock him down. Undertaker turns the tables on McMahon and punches him hard and fast, before delivering a stiff clothesline.
Undertaker grabs Shane and this time he does go Old School. Shane tags McIntyre, and he goes nose-to-nose with ‘Taker. They exchange blows in the middle of the ring. Drew kicks Undertaker but Deadman no sells it. Drew clotheslines him out of the ring but Undertaker lands on his feet and drags Drew out. Undertaker plants McIntyre on the apron and hits a running leg drop before tagging Reigns.
Roman connects with shots to Drew, then a big boot to drop him. Shane pulls the rope down as Roman is whipped towards them and Reigns flies to the outside. Undertaker scares Shane away but McIntyre tosses Reigns into the steel steps. Drew hits a suplex before tagging Shane back into the fray.
Shane and Drew exchange a quick tag and keep Roman grounded. Drew applies a submission but Roman fights out and hits a Samoan drop. McIntyre looks for a tackle in the corner but Roman moves and he hits the ring post. Undertaker and Shane are tagged and The Deadman drops Shane repeatedly. Undertaker hits Snake Eyes, followed by the big boot, then knocks McIntyre off the apron. Undertaker clotheslines Shane over the ropes.
Undertaker takes the lid off the announce table, then looks to powerbomb Shane through it but Elias comes in and breaks a guitar over ‘Taker’s back! Reigns takes the fight to Elias but then he’s caught with a Claymore Kick and knocked into the timekeeper’s area. Elias grabs the handle of the guitar and looks to hit ‘Taker but gets grabbed by the throat. Drew then hits ‘Taker with a Claymore and takes the lid off the announce table.
Elias and Drew put Undertaker on the exposed announce table, while Shane goes to the top rope and hits a flying elbow! Drew and Elias get Undertaker to his feet and drag him back to the ring. Shane grabs a trash can and places it in front of Undertaker, while he looks to hit Coast-To-Coast. Shane does the Undertaker throat cut before hitting the move.
Elias is talking trash outside the ring but Reigns comes running and hits a Superman punch to him. McIntyre then hits a Russian leg sweep to Reigns on the floor. Shane, meanwhile, drags Undertaker to the centre of the ring and is about to pin him when he sits up! Undertaker gets to his feet and hits Shane with a Chokeslam, then delivers one to Elias as well. He cuts his throat and McIntyre appears behind him but Reigns comes out of nowhere and hits a Spear! Undertaker then hits Shane with a Tombstone piledriver and that’s that!
Easily the best match The Undertaker has had in a long time. He and Reigns come face-to-face after the match and you can ‘Taker clearly say “this is your yard”. Reigns’ music then cuts off ‘Takers as they pose together in the ring. Reigns leaves the ring, but Undertaker sticks around, then his music plays again and he poses.
We go backstage for an interview with Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch. Seth cuts off the interviewer and says they know what’s at stake tonight. Becky says Philadelphia likes it extreme. Rollins says they went for a stroll last night, looking for inspiration. They name-drop Philadelphia monuments and say they’re going to beat-up Corbin and Evans.
Next week’s Raw will be “Raw Reunion”, including Steve Austin, D-X, Ric Flair, and more.
The match begins with Scott Dawson and Jey and they engage in some quick mat wrestling. Jimmy tags in and he delivers a forearm to Dawson. Wilder tags in but Jimmy floors them both with right hands, then tags Jey and they hit Wilder with stereo enziguiris.
Dash and Dawson roll from the ring, so Jimmy and Jey look to hit stereo dives but get punched. Dash and Dawson run into the ring but get tossed out the other side and The Uso’s hit those stereo dives. Dawson is the legal man but Jey knocks him off the apron and chases Wilder out of the ring, where Dawson drops him with a clothesline. They toss Jey into the barricade and he makes it back into the ring at 8.
Dawson drops a legdrop, elbow, and headbutt to Jey, followed by a tag to Wilder, who hits a leg drop. Dash mocks the fans and drops Jey with a right hand. Wilder applies a bear hug but Jey fights back and makes a tag to Jimmy. The referee didn’t see the tag, resulting in Dash and Dawson forcing Jey to the corner and battering him behind the referee’s back. Scott then lay down and played dead before the referee turned around.
Dawson takes Jey to the top rope but they brawl until both men fall off. Tags are made to Jimmy and Wilder, with the former flooring the latter with a crossbody and a Samoan drop. Jimmy hits Dawson with a Samoan drop, then hits him with a hip attack. Wilder catches Jimmy with a sit-out powerbomb for a two count. Dash and Dawson whip Uso to the corner but Jimmy hits a whisper in the wind to both.
Jimmy and Jey hit a tandem Samoan drop as Jey is tagged in. Dawson knocks Jey from the ring and hits Jey with a brainbuster for a near-fall. Dawson wants a superplex and Dash tags in, connecting with a splash after the superplex. Jimmy breaks-up Dash’s pin attempt with a splash, then Dawson breaks Jey’s pin attempt.
All four men crawl to opposite corners, then run at each other and unload hands. A superkick to Dash and Dawson, then Dawson pulls Jey from the ring. Wilder looks for a tornado DDT as Dawson tags in, but Jimmy tosses him off. He doesn’t see Dawson though and they hit the Shatter Machine for the win!
As soon as the bell rings Cesaro runs at Black, who swings for Black Mass but Cesaro avoids it. Black attacks Cesaro but gets slammed. Cesaro then reverses Black and sits down like his opponent. Black delivers a combo of strikers that knock Cesaro from the ring, then hits a springboard moonsault and sits on the ramp.
Back inside the ring, Black hits double knees, followed by a stiff punch. Black drops Cesaro with a rolling kick, then lifts him up by the boot but Cesaro delivers a big European uppercut. Black fires back with some kicks, then hits the ropes but Cesaro follows and shoves him out of the ring.
Cesaro tosses Black back into the ring and hits a sprinboard European uppercut for a two count. Cesaro connects with a clothesline, followed by a gutwrench suplex. Cesaro applies a submission but Black quickly fights out and hits a springboard moonsault. Both men exchange strikes. Black looked to hit the double knees from the middle rope again but Cesaro caught him in mid-air, then tossed him up and hit a European uppercut for a near-fall.
Cesaro delivers some uppercuts, then Black kicks his leg, his chest, and his face. Cesaor looks for the springboard uppercut again but Black hits a switch knee right on the money for a near-fall. Cesaro wanted the flapjack uppercut again but his knee gave out. Black then kicks the leg and applies a kneebar. Cesaro manages to reverse the kneebar into a Sharpshooter, then transitions into a crossface. Black reverses into a pin to break the submission.
Both men climb to their feet and Cesaro delivers a litany of uppercuts, then looks for the Neutralizer but can’t get Black up. Aleister then hits a few kicks and Black Mass for the win.
We see R-Truth and Carmella backstage. Truth is putting up pictures of Drake Maverick with his 24/7 Championship. He knocks on a door and asks if “Hornswoggle” was in there. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross walk out. Truth bends down to whisper to Alexa but then yells in her ear, asking if she’s seen Maverick. Carmella drags Truth away. Bliss then gives Cross a present, which is her new shirt. Street Profits then walk up and start joking with Bliss and Cross, making fun of their friendship. Cross gets mad and tells them they can watch them become the first-ever Co-Women’s Champions.
The match gets underway with Cross and Bayley, who lock-up. Cross takes a headlock but then they separate and shove each other. Bliss is tagged in and she gets slammed by Bayley. The Champion attacks the arm of the challenger but Cross is tagged back in.
Cross is slammed into the turnbuckles by Bayley. Cross is thrown from the ring, so Bayley goes out and drags her back in. Bliss then knocks Bayley from the apron into the steel steps. Bliss gets Bayley back in the ring, then she and Cross exchange quick tags and stomp the Champion down in the corner.
Cross gets Bayley in a submission in the centre of the ring. Bayley fights back and knocks Cross from the ring. Bayley slides at Cross but the wily Scot traps her in the apron and batters her. Bliss comes and dropkicks Bayley inside the apron as well, then gets her back in the ring and delivers an elbow in the corner. Bliss is tagged again, with Bayley now in the tree of woe, and she repeatedly lifts her up and punches her.
Bayley frees herself and knocks Cross from the apron but Bliss grabs her in a sleeper on the top rope. Bliss hits a double knee stomp, then a handstand knee stomp for a two count. Bliss connects with a forearm but Bayley fires back with a clothesline. Bayley hits Cross with a suicide dive, then beats Alexa into the corner. Cross tags herself in and runs but Bayley hits her, then slams Bliss as well.
Bayley applies a deadlock submission to Cross. Alexa looks to break it up but Bayley dodged her, then applied a submission to Bliss, while still holding Cross in one! Bliss bites Bayley’s hand to get out, then rolls back to the apron. Bayley still has Cross in the submission, so Bliss runs in and breaks it up. Alexa causes a distraction, allowing Nikki to hit a tornado DDT for a two count.
Alexa tags in and looks for Twisted Bliss but Bayley got her knees up. Nikki tags in and jumps at Bayley, who kneed her. Bayley then hits an elbow drop from the top rope to Cross for the win!
Lashley tries to attack Strowman as he’s climbing into the ring, but Braun tosses him right over the ropes and out. Strowman slams Lashley into the barricade before sending him back into the ring. Strowman runs and slams Lashley in the corner.
Bobby rolls from the ring, so Braun chases after and tackles him. The referee is counting already and Braun is just watching – not what a monster would do. Strowman runs around the entire ring to build momentum but Lashley connects with a spear on the floor!
Strowman climbs to his feet but Lashley slams him into the announce table, then the steel steps. Lashley lifts the steps and hits Strowman with it. He hits him a second time and knocks him into the crowd. Lashley follows after Braun and hits him with a chair. Lashley beats Braun up the steps in the arena, while the announcers talk about “unsubstantiated rumours” that Strowman has a shattered pelvis and other substantial injuries.
Strowman and Lashley head to the mezzanine area and Braun makes it back to his feet at six. Lashley tosses Braun into a wall before interacting with fans watching nearby. Lashley looks for a suplex on the concrete floor but Braun lifts Bobby in a suplex and throws him into the merch stand. They fight their way back into the arena and Braun beats Lashley down the steps towards the ring.
Strowman tackles Lashley in the crowd but Bobby gets to his feet. Strowman wants a running powerslam but Lashley gets off and spears him through the barricade! Both men get to their feet at 8 and Lashley continues the attack on Braun. He runs around the ring, like Braun, and tackles him over the announce table. Lashley tips the announce table over and onto Braun but he still gets to his feet at 9.
Strowman walks past the timekeeper’s area and into the crowd. Lashley runs, leaps onto the barricade, then jumps at Braun who grabbed him and threw him into a table with foreign-language announcers. Braun punches Lashley around the crowd but Bobby fires back and hits him with a trash can. The brawl rages on and gets a “this is awesome” chant from the Philly fans.
Lashley talks trash from his knees and Braun punches him over and over. They climb the stairs again and Braun hits Lashley with a chair in the back. They’re standing over a small drop and Strowman puts Lashley on his shoulder and jumps off with a powerslam, crashing through the floor. The referee begins counting outside the wall where they fell. Around 7, Braun punched his way through the wall and won the match!
Charly Caruso is backstage and she’s joined by AJ Styles and the good brothers. She starts to ask a question but Styles cuts her off. He says he didn’t just team with Anderson and Gallows because he lost to Ricochet, the three of them are great friends. Styles says Ricochet will be a great Superstar but tonight’s he’s taking his United States Championship. They throw up the Too Sweet.
Xavier Woods and Daniel Bryan start the match and Bryan takes a headlock. Woods fights out, slides through Bryan’s legs and hits a forearm. Tucker Knight tags himself in and applies a headlock to Woods. Xavier shoots Knight off, but he flips over Woods and hits a shoulder tackle. Woods hits the ropes and connects with a tilt-a-whirl headscissors.
Rowan tags himself in and drags Knight out of the ring, before going to work on Woods. Bryan tags in and dropkicks Woods in the corner. Bryan applies a surfboard stretch to Woods and pulls his nose – there are no DQ’s. Rowan tags in again and attacks Woods, meanwhile Bryan pulls Big E off the apron and slams him into the steel steps. Woods fights back against Rowan and hits a missile dropkick.
Otis and Bryan are tagged in. Otis floors Bryan repeatedly with belly barges, then does an airplane spin powerslam. Bryan looks for a kick but Otis catches it and tosses him across the ring. Knight tags in, as does Big E, and Tucker slams him and hits a splash. Otis tags in and lifts Big E up for a suplex, with Knight diving off the top rope and splashing E down. Rowan comes in and knocks Otis from the ring, before tackling Woods on the outside.
Rowan gets back inside but Big E immediately clotheslines him out. Bryan gets on the apron and E spears him to the floor! Otis wants to hit a dive to the outside but stops, climbs through the ropes to the apron, then dives on Rowan, Woods, and Big E. Tucker goes to the top rope and hits Rowan and Big E with a crossbody. Otis gets Big E back in the ring and hits The Compactor but Woods breaks up the pin.
They toss Woods from the ring, then Rowan comes in but Heavy Machinery hit him with repeated splashes in the corner. They set Rowan on the top turnbuckle and look for a superplex but Big E comes in and powerbombs the two of them off. Meanwhile Daniel Bryan tagged in, blind. Big E climbs to the top rope and hits Rowan with a superplex. Bryan heads to the top rope and hits a diving headbutt, before applying the LeBell Lock.
Big E got to the ropes but there are no DQ’s, so Bryan doesn’t let go. E crawls under the ropes, forcing Bryan to break. Bryan then unloads the Yes Kicks to Big E but the big man stops selling them and stands up. Bryan slaps him in the face, then again and E smiles at him. Bryan swings for a third slap but Big E grabs his hands and clotheslines him. Big E whips Bryan to the corner and he flips off the turnbuckles but Big E catches him in mid-air and Woods returns to hit The Midnight Hour for the win!
The New Day are now six-time WWE Tag Team Champions, though I wonder how many times without Kofi? Speaking of whom, Kingston defends the WWE Championship later tonight.
We see New Day in the Guerrilla Position and Kayla Braxton starts to ask them a question but Paul Heyman walks past and grabs her microphone and walks to the ring.
Heyman comes to the stage and introduces himself. He says he is Philadelphia and he is extreme. And he’ll be damned is he doesn’t take part in a historic show, so he promises that Brock Lesnar will cash-in the Money In The Bank briefcase tonight. He says he’s proud to be leaving here tonight with the WWE Champion or the Universal Champion but of course, him telling everyone this would either make him stupid, or a liar, and he walks off.
Before the match begins, as Ricochet is posing, Anderson and Gallows storm the ring and beat the Champion down. AJ makes them leave the ring, then the referee checks on Ricochet before officially starting the match.
AJ runs and slams Ricochet into the corner, and delivers shoulder tackles. Ricochet fights back with right hands and chops. Ricochet dodges Styles to connect with a handstand hurricanrana and a dropkick. Styles plays possum, then slams Ricochet into the turnbuckles. Ricochet fights back and dropkicks AJ out of the ring. Ricochet looks for a dive out of the ring but AJ moves, so Ricochet flips over the ropes and lands on the apron. Ricochet then leaps off and onto AJ with a shooting star press.
Gallows distracts Ricochet, allowing Styles to slam him into the LED apron, which stopped working. Back inside the ring, AJ whips Ricochet into the turnbuckles hard before hitting a backbreaker. Styles slows the pace down and applies a sleeper to Ricochet in the middle of the ring. Ricochet flips off of AJ’s chest and hits an enziguiri to create some separation. Ricochet hits a springboard to AJ, then runs and dives off the top rope onto Gallows and Anderson at ringside.
Ricochet takes to the apron but Styles catches him on his shoulders and hits a Ushigoroshi. Ricochet looks for a tornado DDT but Styles reverses into a suplex into the turnbuckles. After a few reversals, Styles connects with a reverse DDT for a two count. AJ hits a springboard but nobody’s home, then Style’s grabs Ricochet and hits a wheelbarrow facebuster into a pin for a two count. Ricochet rolled through the Styles Clash to a pin attempt to no avail.
Styles and Ricochet exchange shots, resulting in an enziguiri from Ricochet and a pele kick from Styles. A brainbuster from Ricochet, then he looks for a second but AJ lands one of his own and earns a near-fall. Styles puts Ricochet on the top rope but gets punched off. Ricochet hits a shooting star press from the ropes but Anderson jumps onto the apron to tell the referee AJ’s foot was under the bottom rope.
Ricochet signals for the end and climbs to the top rope. Anderson gets on the apron, so Ricochet jumps over him and hits an enziguiri, knocking him into the ring. The referee is distracted with Anderson, so Gallows jumps up and shoves Ricochet. Styles comes to and hits a Styles Clash from the middle rope and you have a new Champ!
We see a video package of Ziggler and Kevin Owens brawling in the parking lot last week on SmackDown. Both men make their way to the ring.
The bell rings and both men come face to face in the ring. Ziggler slaps Owens, so KO responds with a Stunner and that’s it!
After the match, Owens gets on the horn and says that, on Smackdown, he said that every time Shane calls himself the best in the world, it makes everyone sick. And he stands by what he said. He fully expected to get here tonight and get suspended or even fired. The truth is that if Shane hadn’t been in the ring with the Undertaker, that may have happened. But he lives to see another day because after that tombstone piledriver, he speaks for himself, everyone in the locker room, arena and at home, Shane McMahon can kiss his ass and go straight to hell. Exact same promo as last Tuesday.
Charly Caruso interviews Samoa Joe backstage and he says the weight of this situation is not lost on him. He knows the New Day won the tag titles earlier tonight but he plans on ruining the party. He knows winning this title was a dream for Kofi but he’s here to end his unremarkable reign. He wants Kofi to be lying awake tonight, having a nightmare and still picturing the new WWE Champion: Samoa Joe.
Kofi flies out the gates with a dropkick to Joe but the Samoan bulldozer fires back with sharp right hands that force Kofi to the corner. Kofi starts fighting back but Joe sweeps the legs before suffocating him against the ropes. Again Kofi tries to make a comeback but Joe drops him with a back elbow.
Joe applies a neck crank in the middle of the ring. Kingston fires back but Joe whips him into the corner and follows-up with a tackle and leaping kick. Kofi looked for a crossbody but Joe moved out of the way. Kofi knocks Joe from the ring but the challenger hits the Champion as he attempted a dive to the outside.
Back inside the ring, Joe grabs Kofi’s finger (the one he flipped him off with) and twists it, then pulls him out of the ring and slams him into the steps. Joe puts Kofi’s hand between the steps and stomps on them. Joe tosses Kofi back in the ring and slaps him. Kofi gets fired-up and knocks Joe down a few times, followed by a crossbody from the top for a two count.
Kofi headbutts Joe, then hits the ropes but gets caught with a snap powerslam for a two count. Joe hits a powerbomb then transitions into an STF. Kofi escapes and connects with and S.O.S. He looks for Trouble In Paradise but Joe gets him in the Coquida Clutch. Kofi climbs the ropes with his feet but Joe slams him down, then hits a senton for a near-fall. Kofi kicks Joe in the face, then ducks a clotheslines and hits Trouble In Paradise for the win.
For the first time, all members of The New Day are Champions!
We start proceedings with Becky and Lacey. Evans has “Seth” embroidered across her tights, and bends over to show Becky, who promptly shoves her out of the ring. Lynch beats Evans as she gets back in the ring, so she makes a tag to Corbin.
Seth takes no time in attacking Baron, hitting him with a blockbuster. Corbin leaves the ring and grabs a Kendo stick. He brings it into the ring but Seth dodges it and attacks him, hitting a slingblade. Lacey comes in with a Kendo and goes to hit Seth but Seth catches it. Evans then gets close to Seth and rubs his chest, prompting Becky to crack her from behind with a Kendo stick of her own.
Both Seth and Becky beat Corbin and Evans with Kendo sticks until the heels roll to the outside. Stereo baseball slide and suicide dive by Lynch and Rollins. Back in the ring and a chop to the chest of Corbin by Seth. A forearm by Seth as Corbin goes to the outside. Seth with a suicide dive but Corbin hits him with a chair to the face for a two count. Corbin delivers elbows to the face, then grabs a chair and hits Seth on the back with it. Corbin goes for the cover but Seth kicks out.
Evans throws another chair into the ring and Corbin sets the two chairs up in the centre of the ring and looks to Chokeslam Seth onto them but the Beastslayer reverses him. Rollins grabs a chair but Corbin hits him with a DDT. Corbin drives the chair into the back of Seth, then wedges it between the top and middle rope. Corbin slams Seth’s head off the chair still sitting in the middle of the ring.
Corbin looks for the out-and-in clothesline but Seth kicks him, then tosses him into the steel chair wedged between the ropes. Seth makes the tag to Becky, meaning Evans is now legal. Both women grab steel chairs and run at each other and swing at each other, with the chair hitting Becky in the face. However Lynch wins the initial altercation, then slams the chair into her back repeatedly.
Lynch gets her back in the ring and hits a bulldog onto a chair. Becky sets a few chairs on top of each other, then hits Evans with a Bexploder onto them. She drags Evans to the corner and sets a chair on top of her, the delivers a leg drop from the middle rope for a two count. Becky goes to the top rope but Corbin comes in with a chair, so Becky hits him with a missile dropkick. Rollins then dives out of the ring onto Corbin, meanwhile Evans sweeps the legs of Becky and hits her with a beautiful moonsault for a near-fall.
Evans looks for the Women’s Right but Becky ducks it and tries to apply the Dis-Arm-Her but Evans rolls her up for a two count. Becky makes a tag to Seth, who grabs a table from under the ring and gets Becky to help him get another. They set both tables up at ringside, but Evans and Corbin throw them both into the barricade.
Lacey and Baron get the duo into the ring and slow things down. They beat them with Kendo sticks, then isolate Rollins and beat him down. Lynch returns but Evans grabs her by the throat and they hit stereo Chokeslams for a near-fall. Evans and Corbin take the Champions outside the ring and look to put them on the tables but Lynch and Rollins reverse into suplexes on the ramp. They put the challengers on the tables at ringside and Becky dives onto Evans with a leg drop, then Seth leaps over them with a frog splash to Corbin!
Rollins gets Corbin back in the ring and looks for The Stomp but Corbin lifts him up and hits a powerbomb, followed by Deep Six for a near-fall but Lynch breaks it up. Evans gets on the apron but Lynch knocks her off. Corbin then grabs Lynch and hits her with End of Days! Rollins is looking on from the corner and he is incensed. He grabs a Kendo stick and beats Corbin with it until it shatters, then beats him with a chair before hitting him with three Stomps in a row for the win!
As soon as the match ends, Lesnar’s music hits and out comes The Beast with Paul Heyman and a referee. Lesnar slides into the ring and hits Rollins with two German suplexes in a row. Heyman then gives the briefcase to the referee and he instructs Mike Rome to cash it in.
The match begins and Lesnar lifts Rollins and hits an F5 for the win.
After the match Lesnar gets his title from Paul Heyman and puts it around his waist. We see replays of the end of the first title match, then the second. Lesnar leaves with his title and his advocate, leaving Seth in the ring and Lynch still laid-out at ringside.
And that’s it for WWE Extreme Rules 2019. Let us know what you thought of the show and be sure to come back tomorrow for the Monday Night Raw results. Until then, safe travels.