4 feuds WWE should invest in after Extreme Rules
- Will WWE revisit some old rivalries and build some new ones after the pay-per-view?
WWE has managed to come up with a reasonably good card for the Extreme Rules pay-per-view which will take place this Sunday.
While the card is loaded with a number of tag team matches, it is odd that the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships will, once again, not be defended at the event. The disappearance of the belts and the champions have surely led to the value of the championship get affected massively.
Other than that, we are excited to see how well the match between Aleister Black and Cesaro will play out, and how much destruction Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley will cause.
Apart from that, all eyes will be on The Undertaker who will team up with Roman Reigns in an attempt to cover up his ordinary match against Goldberg in Saudi Arabia a couple of months ago.
Keeping all that in mind, we have come up with four feuds which WWE should focus on following Extreme Rules as they try to build the Superstars involved in the event and those returning to competition.
#4 Lacey Evans & Charlotte Flair
Lacey Evans has had a great time at the top of Raw’s Women’s Division so early in her career, but it seems like her fairytale run will be coming to an end very soon.
While Evans has been given her last chance to win the Raw Women’s Championship, Charlotte has been away from television for over a month and will be looking to make a comeback soon.
Keeping that in mind, there is no better competitor who could help Charlotte get back to getting title matches again that the woman who has been on the top for some months.
Even though there are many deserving women in the women’s roster who should be given the push and a shot at the championship, we know that WWE will keep Charlotte in the mix for the top titles on both the brands for the rest of the year.