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WWE Extreme Rules Results – 4/06/17 (Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Universal Title No. 1 Contender’s Match)


WWE Extreme Rules Results – 4/06/17 (Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Universal Title No. 1 Contender’s Match)

On Sunday night, the 2017 WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view will take place. It’s Raw’s second exclusive show since WrestleMania 33, and will feature matches with implications toward the summer shows.

Brock Lesnar has been away from WWE programming since the night after WrestleMania 33, so he has yet to defend the WWE Universal Championship. While that won’t change on Sunday night, his next opponent will be set up, likely for July’s Great Balls of Fire PPV.

The match to determine this will see Bray Wyatt, Finn Balor, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Samoa Joe battle in a fatal five-way. This will also main event Extreme Rules. Who will walk out as the winner?

In a Vince Russo special, Alexa Bliss and Bayley will battle in a Kendo Stick-on-a-Pole match for the Raw Women’s Championship. This is Bayley’s rematch, as she lost the belt to Bliss at April’s Payback PPV.

The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus will happen again, for the Raw Tag Team Championship, except they’ll be battling in a Steel Cage match. Cesaro and Sheamus have yet to top Team Extreme in tag or singles competition, so they’ll look to have things go in their favor on Sunday night.

These three matches will join three others. The full list of them can be seen below for Extreme Rules:

No. 1 Contenders Match for the WWE Universal Championship

Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor vs. Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe

With most everyone else taken out, Finn Balor took it to Roman Reigns and dropped down onto him with the Coup de Grace. All of the sudden, Samoa Joe latched onto Finn with the Coquina Clutch. Finn passed out and Samoa Joe will be taking on Brock Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire!

Winner by Knockout: Samoa Joe

Kendo Stick-on-a-Pole Match for the Raw Women’s Championship

Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Bayley

Bliss had been saying for weeks that Bayley isn’t “extreme” enough to win a match like this,Bayley’s late attempt to reverse her fortunes via a Bailey-to-Belly suplex proved short lived as Bliss rallied by pushing Bayley into the kendo stick, which leaned up against the ropes. One more kendo shot to the back and a DDT produced an abrupt finish as Bliss looked strong in defending her title. While this incredibly brief match wasn’t great from a traditional sense, especially considering the time spent in the buildup, the story it intended to tell was communicated loud and clear.

Winner: Alexa Bliss

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match

Dean Ambrose (c) vs. The Miz

Excellent storytelling in this one as the IC title returned to prominence thanks to placement as a 20-minute spotlight match to open the card. After multiple teases surrounding the match’s stipulation,the Miz relied on his heel ways to begin his seventh reign as IC champion. Ambrose avoided a disqualification loss on multiple occasions with referee John Cone giving plenty of warnings throughout this well-booked match.
In the end, it was Maryse who played the biggest role. She came up empty in her fist attempt to produce a DQ when she jumped onto the ring apron to purposely slap Miz; instead of helping her husband, she was ejected to the locker room. While on her way up the ramp, Maryse argued with Cone long enough to create a distraction, allowing Miz to push Ambrose into Cone, knocking the referee out of the ring. As Cone walked over to the timekeeper and appeared ready to disqualify Ambrose, who was distracted from the match while arguing with the referee, Miz delivered a Skull Crushing Finale to Ambrose to get the pin.

Winner, and NEW Intercontinental Champion: The Miz

Steel Cage Match for the Raw Tag Team Championship

The Hardys (c) vs. Cesaro and Sheamus

The heel duo of Cesaro and Sheamus regained their titles in match that began as a bit of a cluster but heated up in all the right ways until the finish. The big spots one would expect from The Hardyz were there with Jeff Hardy’s Whisper in the Wind from the top of the cage drawing well-deserved “this is awesome” chants. Sheamus added his own big spot with a White Noise on Matt Hardy from the top rope with Cesaro joining him in driving home the impact.
With the stipulation being that both team members must escape the cage in order to win, Jeff deleted his early exit by rejoining the match late. As Cesaro and Sheamus furiously climbed over the cage wall, Matt was forced to drag his lifeless brother (injured from jumping off the cage) to the door in order to beat them out. In a dramatic race, the heels hit the floor first to allow the titles to change hands.It all came down to a photo finish when cesaro juuuust beat the Boyz out of the cage.

Winners, and NEW RAW Tag Team Champions: Sheamus and Cesaro

Submission Match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Neville (c) vs. Austin Aries

The King of the Cruiserweights continues his reigns. In an exciting (and likely final) chapter of a rivalry that dates back to March, Neville barely hung on to his title while putting over Aries strong in the process.Red Arrow onto the back of Aries inside the ring before applying his Rings of Saturn submission to force the tap. The heartbreaking finish for Aries caps a feud in which he twice lost matches due to cheating from the heel champion. If this is the end, the two cruiserweights just capped the best program the new division has produced to this point.

Winner, and STILL WWE Cruiserweight Champion: Neville

Sasha Banks and Rich Swann vs. Alicia Fox and Noam Dar

In a brief match to keep the chains moving after the red-hot opener, the team of Banks and Swann were the last ones standing, reprising their victory dance from Raw the previous week. The match ended with a memorable spot as Banks landed her flying knees from the top rope onto Dar, who had moved Fox out of the way on the floor. Swann immediately threw Dar into the ring and landed a Phoenix Splash for the 1-2-3.

Winners: Rich Swann and Noam Dar

Kalisto vs. Apollo Crews

Kalisto used the distraction to hit his finishing move, the Salida del Sol, with an assist from the ring ropes to simultaneously kick off O’Neil and set up the pin.

Winner: Kalisto

Quick Match Results:

* The Miz def. Dean Ambrose to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship
* Rich Swann and Sasha Banks def. Noam Dar and Alicia Fox
* Alexa Bliss def. Bayley in a Kendo Stick on a Pole Match to retain the RAW Women’s Title
* Sheamus and Cesaro def. The Hardy Boyz to win the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships
* Neville def. Austin Aries via Submission to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship
* Samoa Joe def. Bray Wyatt, Seth Rollins, Finn Bálor, and Roman Reigns via KO

We will keep updating this page as the event draws closer!

Follow along with our coverage of Extreme Rules, beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET, with the Kickoff Show. The main part of the night will kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET.

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