Extreme Rules: 5 Decisions that can cause a massive backlash among fans
#3 Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans winning the titles
It's not a good thing when fans are not interested in the story of the match that is supposed to be the main event of a PPV. Same is the case with the Winner Takes all match this Sunday for the Universal and RAW Women's Championship.
Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch are arguably the biggest babyfaces, even after the fans complaining about the cheesy way their relationship is portrayed on-screen. Corbin and Lacey, while being two really good heels, aren't yet ready to become champions, especially considering SummerSlam is just around the corner.
While the chances of this happening are low, WWE should avoid putting the titles on the two heels as it won't be a good long term decision.
#2 The Revival losing their titles again
RAW's Tag Team division hasn't been the top priority of the creatives, very clearly. The way the teams are booked doesn't go well with Tag Team wrestling fans like me. At Extreme Rules, The Revival is set to face The Usos in yet another match, this time defending their RAW Tag titles.
The Revival and The Usos have had a long history, and if you observe keenly, it has been The Usos who have had the upper hand in this rivalry. But it is high time now that the top guys actually get a big win under their belt, and that should be a clean victory over The Usos.
The two teams would surely have a classic tag team fight, but The Usos again coming out victorious and taking off the titles form The Revival would not be a good idea. The Revival should go into SummerSlam as the RAW Tag Team Champions.