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July 14, 2019 | Posted by Scott Slimmer
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Welcome to 411’s WWE Extreme Rules Report. We are LIVE in beautiful Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Tonight’s Kickoff Show panelists are Jonathan Coachman, Chary Caruso, Beth Phoenix, and Sam Roberts. We start off with a video package for the Undertaker & Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre, which will be up first on the main card. Next up is a video package for Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley.

Kickoff Show Match
Intercontinental Championship Match
Finn Balor (Champion) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
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Balor and Nakamura lock up in the middle of the ring, and Nakamura muscles Balor to the ropes. Balor shoves Nakamura away to create distance and then mockingly calls for Nakamura to bring it. Balor levels Nakamura and follows up with a basement drop kick. Balor traps Nakamura in the corner and connects with a chop to the chest. Nakamura whips Balor to the corner, sets him up top, and hits a running corner knee shot. Balor dumps Nakamura to the outside and then dives over the top rope onto him. Balor whips Nakamura into the barricade several times before rolling Nakamura back into the ring. Balor looks for a dragon sleeper, but Nakamura reverses into an arm bar. Balor gets a foot on the ropes to break the hold, so Nakamura goes to work with knee shots to the head and neck. Nakamura connects with a knee drop to the back of the neck and gets a two count. Nakamura locks in a modified guillotine and drags Balor down to the mat. Balor fights back to his feet, breaks the hold, and levels Nakamura with an overhead kick. Nakamura charges at Balor in the corner, but Balor gets both boots up in Nakamura’s face. Balor catches Nakamura with the Sling Blade, but Nakamura fights back with a drop kick. Nakamura takes Balor up top in the corner and goes for another running corner knee shot, but Balor evades. Nakamura slams into the corner and falls to the mat. Balor heads up top and looks for the Coup de Grâce, but Nakamura knocks the ropes to make Balor lose his balance. Nakamura goes for Kinshasa, but Balor counters with a running double stomp to the chest. Balor heads up top and goes for the Coup de Grâce, but Nakamura rolls out of the way. Nakamura hits a running knee strike to the back of the head and follows up with Kinshasa for the three count.

Match Result: Shinsuke Nakamura defeats Finn Balor with Kinshasa.
Match Length: 7:37
Slimmer’s Rating: ***

We move on to a video package for Kofi Kingston vs. Samoa Joe. The New Day join the Kickoff Show panel from backstage and assure us that they’ll walk away from Extreme Rules with both the WWE Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

Kickoff Show Match
Cruiserweight Championship Match
Drew Gulak (Champion) vs. Tony Nese
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Gulak takes the fight to Nese to start, but Nese reverses and goes to work with the ground and pound offense. Both men get back to their feet with the Philadelphia crowd firmly behind Gulak. Gulak catches Nese with an arm wringer, but Nese fight back with a back elbow shot. Nese sweeps the legs and goes for the cover for a one count. Nese clotheslines Gulak to the outside and cartwheels off the apron, but Gulak hops onto the apron and connects with a diving clothesline to the floor. Gulak rolls Nese back into the ring and makes the cover for a two count. Gulak wrenches the neck and follows up with a drop kick for another two count. Gulak again wrenches the neck, but Nese fights out and counters into a pump handle power slam. Gulak kicks the back, grabs a wrist, and hits volley of kicks to the face. Nese breaks free and German suplexes Gulak into the bottom turnbuckle. Nese goes for Running Nese, but Gulak counters with a back elbow shot. Nese drapes Gulak over the middle rope and hits a springboard moonsault onto the apron. Nese heads up top and hits a 450 splash, but Gulak kicks out at two. Nese and Gulak slug it out in the middle of the ring and Gulak goes for a sunset flip, but Nese tries to counter into the sunset driver, but Gulak counters into a powerbomb for a two count. Gulak hits the Cyclone Crash, and that’s enough for the three count.

Match Result: Drew Gulak defeats Tony Nese with the Cyclone Crash.
Match Length: 7:46
Slimmer’s Rating: ***¼

The Kickoff Show finishes up with a video package for Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans.

No Holds Barred Tag Team Match
The Undertaker & Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre
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Reigns and McIntyre start the match and slug it out in the middle of the ring. McIntyre whips Reigns to the corner, but Reigns fights back with a stiff punch. Reigns goes for a Samoan Drop, but McIntyre floats over and makes the tag to McMahon. McMahon traps Reigns in the corner and peppers him with a volley of jabs. Reigns fights out, corners McMahon, and goes to work with mounted corner punches. Reigns makes the tag to Taker and Taker goes for Old School, but McMahon pulls Taker back to the mat and works him over in the corner. Taker reverses positions and pounds on McMahon in the corner. Taker levels McMahon with a clothesline and then successfully hits Old School. McMahon finally makes the tag to McIntyre, and McIntyre fearlessly starts punching Taker right in the face. McIntyre clotheslines Taker to the outside, but Taker lands on his feet. Taker pulls McIntyre out of the ring and rams his lower back into the apron. Taker puts McIntyre on the apron and hits the apron leg drop. Reigns gets the tag and connects with a volley of clotheslines in the corner. Reigns levels McIntyre with a big boot and sets up for the Superman Punch, but McMahon distracts Reigns from the apron. McIntyre dumps Reigns to the outside, so Take grabs a chair and chases McMahon up the ramp. McIntyre rolls Reigns back into the ring and hits a suplex for a two count. McMahon returns to ringside and gets the tag from McIntyre. McMahon goes back to the ground and pound offense and makes the cover for a two count of his own. McIntyre gets the tag and tosses Reigns across the ring for another two count. McIntyre locks in an arm bar and then transitions to an overhead wrist lock. Reigns fights back to his feet, but McIntyre whips him to the corner and lands a stiff punch. Reigns fights out of the corner and his a Samoan Drop. McIntyre charges at Reigns in the corner, but Reigns evades, and McIntyre posts himself in the corner. Taker and McMahon get the tags, and Taker hits Snake Eyes followed by a big boot. Taker knocks McIntyre off the apron and then clotheslines McMahon to the outside. Taker heads to the outside and preps an announce table for mayhem. Taker goes for the Last Ride through the announce table, but Elias shows up out of nowhere and levels Taker with a guitar shot to the back. Reigns goes after Elias, but McIntyre levels Reigns with the Claymore Kick. Taker tries to choke slam Elias, but McIntyre makes the save with a Claymore Kick to Taker. McIntyre and Elias put Taker on the announce table as McMahon heads up top. MCMAHON HITS A DIVING ELBOW DROP FROM THE TOP THROUGH THE ANNOUNCE TABLE!!! McIntyre and Elias drags Taker back into the ring, position him in the corner, and wedge a garbage can in front of him. MCMAHON HITS COAST TO COAST INTO THE GARBAGE CAN AND TAKER!!! Reigns takes out McIntyre and Elias on the outside as McMahon drags Taker to the middle of the ring. TAKER SITS UP!!! Choke slam to McMahon followed by a choke slam to Elias. Taker calls for the Tombstone, but McIntyre tries to catch him with a Claymore Kick from behind, but Reigns makes the save with a Superman Punch. Reigns tosses McMahon to Taker, and Taker hits McMahon with the Tombstone for the three count.

Match Result: The Undertaker defeats Shane McMahon with the Tombstone.
Match Length: 16:58
Slimmer’s Rating: ***¾

Raw Tag Team Championship Match
The Revival (Champions) vs. The Usos
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Dawson and Jey start the match, and Jey catches Dawson with a backslide pin for a two count. Dawson catches Jey with an arm wringer, but Jimmy makes the blind tag. Wilder gets the tag, but Jimmy levels both of his opponents with punches. Jey gets the tag, but Wilder ducks a double super kick and rolls out of the ring. The Usos go for stereo suicide dives, but the Revival catch them with mid-air punches between the ropes. The Usos regroup and successfully hit stereo dives over the top rope. Jey rolls Wilder back into the ring and goes for a suplex, but Dawson makes the blind tag. Wilder lures Jey out of the ring where Dawson levels him with a clothesline. Dawson whips Jey into the barricade and then heads into the ring so that the referee can begin his count. Jey beats the count back into the ring, but Dawson goes right to work with a series of standing elbow drops. Wilder gets the tag and levels Jey with a single punch. Wilder catapults Jey into the bottom rope and gets a two count. Wilder locks in a rear waist lock, but Jey fights back to his feet and breaks the hold. Dawson gets the tag and prevents Jey from making the tag to Jimmy. Jey catches Dawson with a back suplex and a back body drop before making the tag to Jimmy. Wilder had the referee distracted, so he didn’t see the tag to Jimmy, so Jey is still technically the legal man. Wilder gets the tag and heads up top for a diving elbow drop over Dawson’s knee. Dawson gets the knee and takes Jey up top. Dawson goes for a superplex, but Dawson and Jey brawl before they both tumble to the outside. Wilder gets the tag, but Jey dives across the ring to FINALLY make the hot tag to Jimmy. Jimmy hits a Samoan Drop to Wilder and then delivers one to Dawson as well. Jimmy hits Dawson with Back It On Up, but Wilder catches Jimmy with a sit-out powerbomb for a two count. Dawson and Jey get the tags, and Jey hits Dawson with an assisted Samoan Drop for a two count. Dawson blocks a super kick and follows up with a brain buster for a two count of his own. Dawson takes Jey up top and hits a superplex as Wilder makes the blind tag. Wilder heads up top for a diving splash, but Jimmy breaks up the pin with a diving splash of his own. All four men slug it out in the middle of the ring, and Jey levels both Dawson and Wilder with super kicks. Jimmy gets the tag and blocks a tornado DDT from Wilder. Wilder makes the tag to Dawson, and the Revival hit Jimmy with the Shatter Machine for the three count.

Match Result: Scott Dawson defeats Jimmy Uso after hitting the Shatter Machine.
Match Length: 12:37
Slimmer’s Rating: ***½

Aleister Black vs. Cesaro
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Black goes for Black Mass as soon as the bell rings, but Cesaro ducks. Black goes to work with strikes and kicks that send Cesaro to the outside. Black hits a moonsault to the outside and sits to stare at Cesaro. The action returns to the ring, and Black hits diving double knees out of the corner for a two count. Black again sets up for Black Mass, but Cesaro counters with a forearm shot. Black goes for a springboard moonsault, but Cesaro shoves him over the top rope and to the floor. Cesaro drags Black back into the ring and hits a springboard European uppercut. Cesaro lifts Black into a gut wrench suplex and gets a two count. Cesaro connects with two standing elbow drops and a double stomp for another two count. Cesaro locks in an arm bar, but Black fights back to his feet and hits a springboard moonsault. Black and Cesaro slug it out in the middle of the ring. Black again goes for diving double knees out of the corner, but Cesaro catches Black on his shoulders and counters into a pop-up European uppercut. That was beautiful. Cesaro goes for another springboard European uppercut, but Black counters with a mid-air leaping knee shot. Cesaro dumps Black to the outside, but Black charges right back into the ring. Cesaro goes for another pop-up powerbomb, but his leg gives out. Black takes down Cesaro into a knee bar, but Cesaro counters into a Sharpshooter and then transitions into a crossface. Black rolls Cesaro into a pinning predicament and gets a two count. Black and Cesaro trade uppercuts and Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but Black blocks. Black hits Black Mass, and that’s finally enough for the three count.

Match Result: Aleister Black defeats Cesaro with Black Mass.
Match Length: 9:48
Slimmer’s Rating: ****

2-on-1 Handicap Match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship
Bayley (Champion) vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross
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Bliss and Cross do have to tag in and out of the match. Cross starts the match and immediately locks up with Bayley. Bayley shoves Cross to the corner, and Bliss makes the tag. Bayley catches Bliss in a standing side head lock and follows up by wrenching the arm. Cross gets the tag but gets dumped face-first onto the top turnbuckle. Bayley hits a low clothesline and gets a two count. Bliss gets the tag as Cross heads out of the ring. Bayley follows Cross to the outside and whips her into the barricade, but Bliss is legal. Bayley tries to head back into the ring, but Bliss shoves her off the apron and onto the ring steps. Bliss rolls Bayley back into the ring and makes the cover for a one count. Cross gets the tag and stomps a mud hole in Bayley in the corner. Cross hits a neck breaker and gets a two count. Cross locks in a straight jacket, but Bayley breaks free. The action spills to the apron, but Bayley gets caught in the apron. Bliss gets the tag and drags Bayley back into the ring. Bliss slaps Bayley in the corner and tags Cross. Cross ties up Bayley in the tree of woe and makes the quick tag back to Bliss. Bliss heads up top, but Bayley slides out of the tree of woe. Bliss locks in a rear chin lock from the top and follows up with Insult to Injury for a two count. Bayley hits the ropes and charges at Bliss, but Bliss connects with a forearm shot. Bayley fights back and then hits a suicide dive to Cross on the outside. Bayley drops Bliss onto the second rope and then rolls her up for a two count. Cross makes the tag but eats a belly-to-back suplex. Bayley locks in a Death Lock on Cross on then simultaneously catches Bliss in a crossface. Bliss bails to the outside, but Bayley still has the Death Lock on Cross. Bliss dives back into the ring and breaks up the Death Lock. Bayley drives Cross into the corner but gets caught with a back elbow shot. Cross delivers a tornado DDT out of the corner and gets a two count. Bliss gets the tag and goes for Twisted Bliss, but Bayley gets her knees up. Cross gets the tag and dives at Bayley, but Bayley catches her with a mid-air knee shot. Bayley heads up top and hits the diving elbow drop for the three count.

Match Result: Bayley defeats Nikki Cross with the top rope diving elbow drop.
Match Length: 10:24
Slimmer’s Rating: **¾

Last Man Standing Match
Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley
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Lashley tries to attack Strowman as Strowman climbs into the ring, but Strowman tosses Lashley over the top rope and to the outside. Strowman attacks Lashley on the outside and then tosses him back into the ring so that the match can officially begin. Strowman again tosses Lashley to the outside and levels him with a shoulder tackle. Strowman goes for another shoulder tackle, but Lashley counters with a spear. The referee counts, but Strowman gets back to his feet. Lashley grabs the ring steps and slams them into Strowman’s face. The referee again counts, but Strowman gets back to his feet. Lashley again grabs the steps and blasts Strowman in the back, sending him over the barricade and into the crowd. Lashley beats Strowman through the crowd and grabs a chair for even more damage. Strowman collapses on the arena steps but fights back to his feet. Lashley pounds on Strowman as the make their way further into the crowd. The action spills into the mezzanine, and Lashley again levels Strowman. Strowman gets back to his feet, but Lashley whips him into the arena wall. Lashley goes for a suplex, but Strowman counters and suplexes Lashley into a merch stand. Strowman beats Lashley back into the arena and down the arena steps. Strowman connects with a big boot and follows up with a big shoulder tackle. The referee counts, but Lashley gets back to his feet. Strowman lifts Lashley onto his shoulder, but Lashley floats over and spears Strowman through the barricade. The referee counts, but both men make it back to their feet. Lashley drives Strowman into the apron and then slams his head into the apron. Lashley sprints around the ring and shoulder tackles Strowman over the announce table. Lashley flips the announce table onto Strowman, but Strowman still gets back to his feet before the count of ten. Strowman stumbles into the crowd, but Lashley hurdles the barricade in pursuit. Strowman uses Lashley’s momentum to launch him over the Mandarin announce table. Strowman punts Lashley in the face and levels him with a thunderous punch. Stroman connects with a big boot to the chest and then drags Lashley up the arena steps. Strowman and Lashley brawl in front of a balcony with a thinly disguised crash pad in front of it. Strowman power slams Lashley off the balcony and into the darkness below, which draws an ECW chant from the crowd. Strowman breaks through the very thin wall in front of the area where they landed while Lashley remains buried in the rubble as the referee completes the ten count.

Match Result: Braun Strowman defeats Bobby Lashley.
Match Length: 17:26
Slimmer’s Rating: **½

Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
Daniel Bryan & Rowan (Champions) vs. Big E & Xavier Woods vs. Heavy Machinery
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Bryan and Woods start the match and run the ropes. Woods goes for a German suplex, but Bryan blocks and goes for a German of his own, but Woods blocks and levels Bryan. Bryan rolls to the corner, and Tucker makes the tag. Woods ducks a back elbow shot from Tucker and takes him down with a hurricanrana. Tucker gets tosses toward the ropes, and Rowan makes the tag. Rowan wrenches on Woods’ neck and then makes the tag to Bryan. Bryan traps the legs, fish hooks the mouth, and rakes the eyes, which is legal since there are no disqualifications in this match. Rowan gets the tag as Bryan heads to the outside and whips Big E into the steps. Rowan charges at Woods but eats a big boot. Rowan tags Bryan as Otis makes the tag on Woods. Otis spins Bryan and then launches him into the corner. Otis hits the caterpillar and tags Tucker. Otis catapults Bryan into a uranage from Tucker. Big E makes the tag on Bryan but gets caught in a suplex / diving crossbody from Heavy Machinery. Rowan charges into the ring and cleans house before leveling Woods on the outside. Rowan holds Woods so that Bryan can connect with a diving knee shot from the apron. Bryan gets back up on the ring apron, but Big E spears him to the outside. Otis teases a suicide dive but decides to simply level everyone by leaping off the apron. Tucker dives off the top and again takes out the competition. Heavy Machine squash Big E with the Compactor, but Woods breaks up the pin. Tucker pops up Woods into a power slam from Otis. Rowan goes for a double iron claw, but Heavy Machinery sandwich him in the middle of the ring. Heavy Machinery take Rowan up top and set up for a double team superplex, but Big E slides under Heavy Machinery and hits them with a double powerbomb. Bryan makes a blind tag on Rowan before Big E heads back up top and superplexes Rowan. Bryan heads up top and connects with a diving elbow drop to Big E and then locks in the LaBelle Lock. Big E tries to get to the ropes, but Bryan traps Big E’s arm and leg. Big E breaks free and fights back to his feet. Big E begs Bryan to keep hitting him and then levels Bryan with a clothesline. Bryan goes for a moonsault, but Big E catches him in mid-air. Woods makes the tag on Big E and hits the Midnight Hour for the three count.

Match Result: Xavier Woods defeats Daniel Bryan after hitting the Midnight Hour.
Match Length: 13:41
Slimmer’s Rating: ***¾

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ricochet (Champion) vs. AJ Styles w/ Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows
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Anderson and Gallows attack Ricochet before the bell rings, giving Styles an advantage right from the start. The match officially begins, and Styles dumps Ricochet face-first into the middle turnbuckle. Ricochet fights back with a running chop in the corner followed by a running clothesline in the opposite corner. Ricochet connects with a drop kick that sends Styles to the outside, but Anderson and Gallows protect Styles from further harm. Styles whips Ricochet shoulder-first into the ring post and then rolls him back into the ring. Styles whips Ricochet into the corner and follows up with a backbreaker for a two count. Styles locks in a rear chin lock and drags Ricochet down to the mat. Ricochet shifts his position and breaks the hold with a jaw breaker. Ricochet connects with a running forearm shot and follows up with a head scissors takedown. Ricochet hits a springboard clothesline to Styles, a springboard crossbody to Anderson on the outside, and then a springboard moonsault to Styles for a two count. Styles goes for a moonsault DDT, but Ricochet blocks. Ricochet springboards toward Styles, but Styles catches him in mid-air and hits the ushigoroshi. Styles lifts Ricochet into a torture rack, but Ricochet slides out the back and rolls up Styles for a two count. Ricochet charges at Styles in the corner, but Styles gets his boots up. Styles goes for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Ricochet ducks to avoid contact. Styles goes for the Styles Clash, but Ricochet counters into a hurricanrana for a two count. Ricochet and Styles slug it out in the middle of the ring, but Styles catches Ricochet with a Pelé Kick. Styles hits a brain buster, but Ricochet kicks out at two. Styles takes Ricochet up top, but Ricochet drops him neck-first onto the top rope. Ricochet hits a springboard shooting star press, but Styles gets his foot under the ropes. Ricochet heads up top but gets distracted by Anderson. The referee turns his attention to Anderson, which allows Gallows to crotch Ricochet up top. Styles heads up top with Ricochet and hits a super Styles Clash for the three count.

Match Result: AJ Styles defeats Ricochet with a super Styles Clash.
Match Length: 16:25
Slimmer’s Rating: ****

Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler
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Ziggler gets in Owens’ face to start, so Owens hits a stunner and gets the three count.

Match Result: Kevin Owens defeats Dolph Ziggler with a stunner.
Match Length: 0:14
Slimmer’s Rating: N/R

WWE Championship Match
Kofi Kingston (Champion) vs. Samoa Joe
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Kingston takes the fight to Joe to start, but Joe levels Kingston with a clothesline. Joe backs Kingston into the corner and beats him down to the mat. Kingston tries to fight back, but Joe sweeps the leg to break Kingston’s momentum. Joe chokes Kingston across the middle rope and then drops him with a running back elbow shot. Joe wrenches on Kingston’s neck and then whips Kingston to the corner. Joe lands a leaping kick to the neck and covers Kingston for a two count. Joe tries to slam Kingston’s head into the top turnbuckle, but Kingston gets his boot up to block. Kingston knocks Joe out of the ring with a drop kick and goes for a suicide dive, but Joe counters with a forearm shot between the ropes. Joe rolls back into the ring and covers Kingston for a two count. Joe goes full Pete Dunne and wrenches on Kingston’s fingers. Joe drags Kingston out of the ring, traps his fingers under the ring steps, and stomps on the steps to crush Kingston’s fingers. Joe rolls Kingston back into the ring, but Kingston levels Joe with a leaping clothesline. Kingston heads up top and hits a diving crossbody for a two count. Kingston charges at Joe, but Joe catches him with a power slam for a two count of his own. Joe hits a powerbomb for another two count, transitions into an STF, and then transitions into a crossface. Kingston hits the S.O.S. but only gets a two count. Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch and then turns it into a uranage for a two count. Kingston fights back to his feet and catches Joe with the Trouble in Paradise for the three count.

Match Result: Kofi Kingston defeats Samoa Joe with the Trouble in Paradise.
Match Length: 9:45
Slimmer’s Rating: ***¼

Last Chance Winners Take All Mixed Tag Team Extreme Rules Match for the Universal Championship and Raw Women’s Championship
Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch (Champions) vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans
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Lynch and Evans start the match, and Lynch immediately kicks Evans to the outside. Lynch flips Evans back into the ring, but Evans makes the tag to Corbin. Rollins charges into the ring, but Corbin rolls him up for a two count. Corbin charges at Rollins, but Rollins gets a boot up. Rollins heads up top and connects with a blockbuster. Corbin grabs a kendo stick from under the ring and brings it back into the ring. Rollins knocks the kendo stick out of Corbin’s hands and hits the Sling Blade. Evans goes after Rollins with the kendo stick, so Lynch charges into the ring with a kendo stick of her own. Rollins grabs Evans’ kendo stick, and Rollins and Lynch go to work with stereo kendo stick shots to Corbin and Evans. Corbin and Evans flee to the outside, so Rollins hits a suicide dive as Lynch hits a baseball slide. Rollins drags Corbin back into the ring, but Corbin quickly heads back to the outside and retrieves a steel chair. Corbin levels Rollins with a chair shot and gets a two count. Corbin continues his chair assault on Rollins and gets another two count. Evans slides two more chairs into the ring, and Corbin sets them up back-to-back. Corbin goes for a choke slam onto the chairs, but Rollins counters into a sunset flip for a two count. Corbin wedges between the turnbuckles in the corner and then slams Rollins’ face into another chair. Rollins fights back and whips Corbin into the chair in the corner. Lynch gets the tag and beats Evans to the outside with a chair. Lynch whips Evans into the barricade and then rolls her back into the ring. Lynch slams Evans’ face into a chair and follows up with a Bexploder onto two chairs. Lynch puts a chair on top of Evans and hits a second rope leg drop onto the chair and Evans for a two count. Lynch heads up top, but Corbin pulls Evans out of range. Rollins tosses a chair at Corbin, but Corbin catches it, but that sets him up for a Van Daminator from Lynch off the top. Rollins tosses Corbin to the outside as Lynch works over Evans in the ring. Rollins gets the tag, and he helps Lynch set up two tables on the outside. Corbin and Evans regain control as Corbin whips Rollins into the timekeeper’s area and Evans whips Lynch into the barricade. Corbin drops Rollins onto the announce table and then rolls him back into the ring. Corbin brings two more kendo sticks into the ring and hands one of them to Evans. Corbin and Evans work over Rollins with stereo kendo stick shots. Lynch tries to make the save, but Corbin and Evans hit stereo choke slams for stereo two counts. Corbin and Evans drags Rollins and Lynch out of the ring and go for a double team suplex through a table, but Rollins blocks. Lynch joins Rollins, and they suplex both Corbin and Evans on the ramp. Lynch and Rollins put Evans and Corbin on the tables at ringside. LYNCH WITH A LEG DROP THROUGH EVANS’ TABLE AND ROLLINS WITH A DIVING SPLASH THROUGH CORBIN’S TABLE!!! Rollins rolls Corbin back into the ring and goes for the Stomp, but Corbin counters in the Deep Six. Corbin covers Rollins, but Lynch makes the save. Evans charges out of the ring, but Lynch immediately dumps him back to the outside. Corbin hits Lynch with End of Days, and Rollins absolutely loses it. Kendo stick shots! Chair shots! Stomp! Evans flees up the ramp as Rollins hits Corbin with a second Stomp. Rollins hits a third Stomp and easily gets the three count.

Match Result: Seth Rollins defeats Baron Corbin with the Stomp.
Match Length: 20:12
Slimmer’s Rating: **¾

Rollins starts to check on Lynch after the match, but HERE COMES BROCK LESNAR!!! GERMAN SUPLEX! GERMAN SUPLEX! Lesnar cashes in his Money in the Bank contract, and the match officially begins.

Universal Championship Match
Seth Rollins (Champions) vs. Brock Lesnar

Lesnar hits Rollins with the F-5 and gets the three count.

Match Result: Brock Lesnar defeats Seth Rollins with the F-5.
Match Length: 0:05
Slimmer’s Rating: N/R

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