Extreme Rules 2010 News Archive

WWE Champion John Cena def. Batista (Last Man Standing Match)

BALTIMORE — At The Animal's expense, it was WWE Champion John Cena who achieved the last laugh in a Last Man Standing Match at Extreme Rules. With a bound Batista riling at ringside, the sight of Cena defiantly taunting his trapped foe at the conclusion of this notoriously barbaric bout only emphasized the mantra most familiar to the WWE Universe: The Champ is here.

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CM Punk def. Rey Mysterio (Punk keeps his hair)

BALTIMORE -- Thanks to shocking interference from an unknown hooded ally of The Straight Edge Society, CM Punk reigned supreme over Rey Mysterio at Extreme Rules. His victory, allowing The Second City Saint to keep his hair, makes a strong statement for Straight Edge "superiority."

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World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger def. Randy Orton (Extreme Rules Match)

BALTIMORE -- On the night when it counted most, Jack Swagger defeated Randy Orton to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. After a brutal Extreme Rules Match, "The All-American American" secured his World Title with a Gutwrench Powerbomb to The Viper, but it was Orton who got the last laugh with a post-match RKO to Swagger.

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Sheamus def. Triple H (Street Fight)

BALTIMORE -- A Street Fight is one of the most brutal, intense forms of combat known to WWE. And yet, Triple H and Sheamus couldn't wait until their Street Fight was under way to try and destroy one another. After a ferocious and unpredictable encounter earlier in the evening, it was The Celtic Warrior who would emerge victorious in an impressive show of force as his rival, The Game, offered the WWE Universe an impressive show of heart.

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Edge def. Chris Jericho (Steel Cage Match)

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JTG def. Shad Gaspard (Strap Match)

BALTIMORE — With the brutality exhibited by JTG and Shad Gaspard in their Strap Match, it's hard to believe that these two men were once the fun loving members of Cryme Tyme. But at Extreme Rules, the former partners made it clear that their friendship is very much over. And with his victory, JTG proved that it's his time to shine.

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Beth Phoenix def. Michelle McCool in an Extreme Makeover Match (New Women's Champion)

BALTIMORE — Women's Champion Michelle McCool couldn't run forever. For weeks, the self-centered Diva has avoided Beth Phoenix at every turn, doing whatever she could to hold on to her beloved title. But at Extreme Rules there was nowhere left to run. Even with the always underhanded Layla and Vickie Guerrero watching her back, McCool fell to The Glamazon and lost the Women's Championship in a wild Extreme Makeover Match.

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The Hart Dynasty wins Tag Team Gauntlet Match (Earns Tag Title Match on Raw)

BALTIMORE - The overconfidence of Unified Tag Team Champions Show-Miz would ultimately lead to their downfall as The Hart Dynasty defeated the championship pair in an impromptu Tag Team Gauntlet Match and earned a title opportunity on Raw's three-hour Draft event.

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Droz's predictions for Extreme Rules

Well everyone, I did quite spectacular on the last pay-per-view. I was 7-2 and could have sworn that I picked Big Show and Miz, but 7-2 is a beautiful thing. Hopefully this week I will be able to improve on that. On that note, let's get right down to it:

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