WWE Extreme Rules: 5 New feuds that could emerge from the show
We are just a few days away from WWE's next PPV Extreme Rules. The show will take place this Sunday and will emanate from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. WWE has completed the build-up towards the show after the go-home episodes of Raw & SmackDown Live this week, and the fans are ready to witness if the PPV will live up to its name and go extreme.
WWE will have to bring their A-Game at Extreme Rules because they will only have a few weeks to do the groundwork for one of their Big-4 PPV's - SummerSlam. WWE cannot afford to be complacent now that they're facing some severe competition from AEW. They need to step up their game to make SummerSlam a success and prove that they still got it.
WWE will need some fresh & engaging feuds for their biggest party of the summer, and Extreme Rules could provide the opportunity to plant the seeds for the same. WWE has a stacked card for Sunday's event, and the results could open the doors for some new rivalries. Let's take a look at five of those in detail.
#5 The Club & The Usos
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson are set to receive a big push thanks to AJ Styles. While all signs hinted at them leaving the WWE with both AEW & NJPW interested in the duo, WWE persuaded them to stay with a promise of a big push with AJ Styles and a “ridiculously amazing” 5-year contract.
The promised push could be coming their way after AJ Styles responded to the following tweet from Raw Tag Team Champion Scott Dawson.
Dawson tweeted that he and his partner Dash Wilder are better than the other tag teams like the Young Bucks, the New Day, Undisputed Era and the Good Brothers. Styles responded to the tweet saying "Sounds like u need to be slapped....by me. Then by the good brothers".
We cannot expect Gallows & Anderson to start a feud with the Revival since both teams are heels at the moment. However, the Club can go after the Revival’s Extreme Rules opponent the Usos if they manage to win the titles this Sunday.
The Club would need credible opponents if they are to win the tag titles in the future and the Usos could fill in that void. If the Usos can dethrone the Revival this Sunday, the chances of them crossing paths with the Club are inevitable.