WWE Extreme Rules 2021- Three matches to miss out: The Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, will be hosting the 13th Annual WWE Extreme Rules PPV event. Six matches have been announced for the PPV event, however, the match card still looks incomplete, considering it would be a 3-hour show.
WWE Extreme Rules 2021- Three matches to miss out: Many notable championship titles are not considered a part of the Extreme Rules match card, including the most coveted one, i.e., the WWE Championship. Therefore, in this post, we have compiled a few matches that should have made it to the Extreme Rules PPV match card. So without any further ado, let’s plunge into the list.
WWE Extreme Rules: Intercontinental Championship
When did the last time the Intercontinental Championship was put on the line in a PPV event? Any guesses? Well, it happened back in April 2021 at Wrestlemania 37, and since then, the Intercontinental Championship has struggled to burst into a PPV event.
Considering only six matches listed for Extreme Rules PPV, the Intercontinental title should have been a part of the event, and the Shinsuke Nakamura could have put the title on the line against the likes of Sami Zayn or Apollo Crews.
WWE Extreme Rules: Raw Tag-Team Championship
The Raw Tag-Team titles aren’t considered for the Extreme Rules PPV event. Randy Orton & Riddle successfully defeated AJ Styles & Omos at Summerslam PPV last month to become the tag champs, but since then, they are yet to defend their titles.
AJ Styles & Omos, who are due for their rematch, should have got their shot at the titles on the Extreme Rules PPV. If this match was on the match card, the night could have been even more interesting.
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Extreme Rules: WWE Championship
It is a rarity to see the most coveted title in the history of pro-wrestling missing out on a PPV event. WWE Champion Big E should have defended his title at the Extreme Rules PPV against the former champion Bobby Lashley.
Like AJ Styles & Omos, The All-Mighty Bobby Lashley is also eluded of a rematch and should be looking for an opportunity to get his hands on the newly crowned WWE Champion Big E. Extreme Rules could have been a perfect juncture for Big E vs. Bobby Lashley, but WWE had different ideas.