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WWE Horror Show at Extreme Rules live results, match card and predictions

WWE Horror Show at Extreme Rules live results, match card and predictions

John H. Watson

WWE Extreme Rules is Tonight (Sun., July 19, 2020) Online on the WWE Network beginning at 7:00 pm ET broadcasting. This year’s edition of the annual event is being branded as “The Horror Show at Extreme Rules 2020".

A Number of 6 championships Are Going to Be on line Whilst Seth Roll-ins along with Rey Mysterio will compete at a Watch for an Eye Fixed Game in the Horror Demonstrate in EX-treme Principles. All eyes are going to be around Braun Strowman, who'll shield his common Championship contrary to Bray Wyatt.

WWE Extreme Rules 2020 View Info

Date: Sunday, July 19

Start time: 7 p.m. ET

Live stream: WWE Network

John Morrison strove to struggle, however, Braun Strowman struck on him everything in his arsenal. Strowman subsequently shipped a working power slam and won the game. Subsequent to the champ abandoned the ring, both Miz and also Lacey Evans came using the healthcare team to sign on the highflyer.

WWE The Horror Demonstrate in EX-treme Guidelines goes on Sunday Evening, together with all the Most Important card streaming reside around the WWE Network starting at 7 pm ET. The kick-off series can direct us into the celebrations start in pm.

WWE Extreme Rules 2020 line-up:

Wyatt Swamp Fight: Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt

WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler

Raw Women's Championship: Asuka (c) vs. Sasha Banks

SmackDown Women's Championship: Bayley (c) vs. Nikki Cross

Eye for an Eye Match: Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins

United States Championship: Apollo Crews (c) vs. MVP

WWE Extreme Rules The Horror Show  Predictions

Jeff Hardy vs Sheamus – Bar Fight (if it happens)

Billy: In what hopefully will be the final bout in the repetitive feud will find WWE pushing the limits with Hardy’s past by putting him in a bar fight against a bloody Irishman as well.  This could be an extremely entertaining match and Hardy will come out on top and beat his demon.

Pick: Jeff Hardy

Evan: Do we realize that Bayley is on a historic run? How many people thought that she’d flop as heel after her babyface run? So many did. Instead, Bayley Dos Straps is one of the best wrestling characters right now. That run keeps going even though Nikki Cross is excellent.

Pick: Bayley

Javier: The only woman taking the title off of Bayley is Sasha Banks. I think that Cross and Alexa Bliss might be heading towards a split soon, and that may come in this match, but that won’t be for the title.

Asuka (c) vs Sasha Banks

Billy: I hope some sort of stipulation gets added but this match will be exciting nonetheless. Although it’s very tempting to have all the gold on Banks and Bayley, WWE is already planting seeds for a matchup between the Kabuki Warriors for the championship after Extreme Rules. Asuka retains.
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Pick: Asuka

Billy: I really just want to see how they are going to pull off someone’s eye and then just act like it never happened down the road. Rollins cannot afford another loss if WWE wants to keep using him as a top heel and since Mysterio’s days could be numbered it would be no shock to see “The Messiah” go over. Big question is, does Rollins recruit Dominik?

Pick: Seth Rollins

Evan: Who would look better as a pirate? The answer is clear – Seth Rollins. There are two things that work against this though. One, Rollins is a long-term centerpiece of the company and having him lose an eye is a long-term concern. Two, forcibly removing someone’s eyeball isn’t a babyface move. Rollins will win, but the real question is how.

Pick: Seth Rollins

Javier: In the Tell Tale Heart, the eye represents the part of the narrator’s identity that he refuses to accept, this lashing out and killing the old man. Not that this is what WWE is doing, I won’t give them that much credit, but it’s a solid way of viewing this feud. Anyways, Rollins is under contract and Mysterio is on a handshake agreement, so Rollins

Drew McIntyre (c) vs Dolph Ziggler – WWE Championship, Ziggler Chooses Stipulation

Billy: Whatever kind of match this ends up being will undoubtedly see McIntyre retain his title. This is just a filler rivalry for McIntyre before Summerslam next month and don’t be shocked if The Viper hits an RKO out of nowhere following McIntyre’s victory.

Pick: Drew McIntyre

Evan: What terrible old stipulation should Ziggler bring back? Kennel From Hell? Punjabi Prison? Duchess of Queensbury Rules match (which actually was very funny)? No matter the gimmick, McIntyre will find a way to get the win. Javier has a great idea for a gimmick, and I’m sad I read his prediction before writing mine.

Pick: Drew McIntyre

Javier: I forget when it was, but Ziggler faced Edge for the World Heavyweight Title in a match where Edge couldn’t use the Spear or else he’d lose the title. I think that Ziggler will choose the stipulation that McIntyre can’t use the Claymore in the match. McIntyre finds a way to win in the end anyways, but it’ll add a cool wrinkle.

Pick: Drew McIntyre

Braun Strowman vs Bray Wyatt – Swamp Fight

Billy: As soon as this was said to be a non-title bout, Wyatt became my obvious pick. Strowman may be inches away from victory before “The Fiend” rises from the swamp and puts down the Universal Champion. Finally setting up the final encounter for the championship at summer slam; Monster vs Fiend.

Pick: Bray Wyatt

Evan: This match is going to feature the return of Tough Enough legend ZZ, if my wishes are granted. I’m looking forward to this match immensely. WWE has really been knocking it out of the park with cinematic matches, and this one doesn’t have to involve the digital removal of an eyeball. Plus we get old-school Bray, which is very intriguing. Wyatt wins since it’s a non-title bout.

Pick: Bray Wyatt