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WWE Extreme Rules 2019: Predicting the quality of all 10 matches

Divesh Merani
Modified 12 Jul 2019, 12:32 IST
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#7 Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre vs Roman Reigns and The Undertaker (No Holds Barred Tag Team Match)

This could go either way.
This could go either way.

This will likely main event the Extreme Rules pay-per-view and has the potential to go either way. It could be a great extreme tag match but can flop harder than a prospective Shane McMahon title victory.

Former WrestleMania rivals, Roman Reigns and The Undertaker will team up against the dastardly duo of Shane O'Mac and Drew McIntyre. Expect The Big Dog and the Scottish Psychopath to do most of the in-ring work, so at least that part would be pretty good.

Shane McMahon and The Undertaker will likely have the biggest spots of the match, the real extreme moments of the night.

And after one of the most memorable SmackDown episodes this week, a certain Kevin Owens could also have a big say in the outcome of the match?

#6 Drew Gulak vs Tony Nese (Cruiserweight Championship)

Kickoff show again?
Kickoff show again?

When Drew Gulak pinned Akira Tozawa to win the Cruiserweight Championship at Stomping Grounds, it felt like the culmination of the journey of one of the 205 Live originals. Gulak has always been around the top of the card, but never quite managed to win the title.


Now that he has it, a better 205 Live ensues. This championship rematch between Gulak and Tony Nese will be another great representation of the brand, with some good wrestling on display. However, they could be saddled by a non-responsive crowd, like many Cruiserweight title matches in the past have been.

This match could get moved to the Kickoff Show, which would prove to a blessing in disguise for Gulak and Nese, who might look to steal the show before the maincard kicks off.

Published 12 Jul 2019, 09:54 IST
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