WWE Extreme Rules Match Card: Four matches have been announced so far for WWE Extreme Rules PPV, scheduled on September 26. With less than two weeks left for the PPV event, a handful of matches are expected to get added. Here, we have come up with four big matches that might get added to the Extreme Rules 2021 match card. So, without any further ado, let us plunge in.
WWE Extreme Rules Match Card: Intercontinental Championship
The Intercontinental Championship has not been defended on the last three PPV events on the trot. However, it seems like now is the right time for the Intercontinental Championship to get into the thick of things.
“King” Shinsuke Nakamura might put his title on the line in an interesting triple-threat match against Sami Zayn & the ex-champion Apollo Crews. If this match takes place at the PPV event, it would be the first title defense for Shinsuke Nakamura in his current reign.
WWE Extreme Rules Match Card: Women’s Tag-Team Championship
Nikki A.S.H & Rhea Ripley have made their case strong to challenge Natalya & Tamina for the Women’s Tag-Team Championship. Rhea defeated Natalya, and Nikki defeated Tamina last week on WWE Raw in a singles contest, which has elevated them at the top to challenge the Women’s Tag-Team Champions. We all wish to see this match taking place.
WWE Extreme Rules Match Card: John Morrison vs. The Miz
The Miz and John Morrison are due to collide in a singles contest ever since Miz turned his back on his former friend three weeks back on Monday Night Raw. The two men were scheduled to have a showdown on the August 30 edition of Raw, but the match never took place.
The Miz has been missing from WWE TV for three weeks in a row as he is contesting as one of the celeb participants in “Dancing with the Stars Season 30.” If he returns to WWE TV before Extreme Rules, expect this match to happen at the PPV event.
WWE Extreme Rules: WWE Championship
The WWE Champion Big E could be having his first title defense under two weeks of winning the gold. The man, who he beat to win the title i.e., Bobby Lashley, could well be the one challenging him for a rematch at Extreme Rules 2021.
Will Big E return successful in his first-ever WWE Championship defense of the All-Mighty WWE Champion regain possession of the Championship to become a 2-time WWE Champion? We will have to wait and see if this match gets the green flag for Extreme Rules PPV.