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Sunday, Jul 14 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

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The Undertaker & Roman Reigns def. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre (No Holds Barred Match)

The Undertaker & Roman Reigns def. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre (No Holds Barred Match)

PHILADELPHIA — During his stint as “Best in the World,” Shane McMahon has made quite a few friends and one particular enemy in The Undertaker, and incurring the wrath of The Phenom was too much of a hill for Shane to climb, even in a No Holds Barred Tag Team Match that saw McMahon team officially with Drew McIntyre and benefit from some underhanded assistance from Elias.

The Undertaker, of course, teamed with Roman Reigns, the ESPY-winning champion who has been the target of McMahon and McIntyre’s ire for months now. And though The Deadman proclaimed that no particular allegiance to The Big Dog brought him into this fight — long story short, Shane simply had it coming — the two former rivals worked in perfect sync during Extreme Rules’ opening bout, with Reigns kicking things off and The Phenom providing the finishing touches. Flitting around the ring with light feet and heavy hands, The Last Outlaw rained blows down on Shane-O-Mac in the corner and went strike-for-strike with McIntyre in a big-man showdown that brought the crowd to its feet.

The Undertaker scares Shane McMahon, then chokeslams him: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Undertaker rises after a brutal Coast-to-Coast from Shane McMahon and makes him pay with a vicious chokeslam. Courtesy of WWE Network.

It was only with the arrival of Elias, the McMahon ally with a long memory, that began to put The Phenom’s performance in doubt. The Living Truth shattered a guitar over The Undertaker’s back as The Deadman was preparing to drive Shane through the announce table, and the interference put the “Graveyard Dogs” in a 3-on-2 disadvantage that had them back on their heels for some time. Not only did McIntyre dispose of Reigns with a Claymore, he helped Elias tee up “The Best in the World” for a Leap of Faith that drove The Undertaker through the announce table, and Shane followed up with a garbage-can assisted Coast-to-Coast that flattened Undertaker’s face.

Of course, The Phenom sat bolt upright after suffering these maneuvers and dished out chokeslams to both Shane and Elias. McIntyre lined up his foe for a Claymore, but Reigns intercepted the Scotsman with a bone-rattling Spear and fed Shane-O-Mac into a final Tombstone Piledriver for the win.

Whether the loss is enough to humble Shane remains to be seen, but this match certainly showcased the best of everyone involved: Team Shane talked a good game and exploited every rule to back it up. Reigns stood his ground and fought straight-up, refusing to back down. And The Undertaker, having risen as both avenging force and cosmic course-corrector, did what any reaper does when he comes upon a wayward soul: He sent them home.

PHILADELPHIA — During his stint as “Best in the World,” Shane McMahon has made quite a few friends and one particular enemy in The Undertaker, and incurring the wrath of The Phenom was too much of a hill for Shane to climb, even in a No Holds Barred Tag Team Match that saw McMahon team officially with Drew McIntyre and benefit from some underhanded assistance from Elias.

The Undertaker, of course, teamed with Roman Reigns, the ESPY-winning champion who has been the target of McMahon and McIntyre’s ire for months now. And though The Deadman proclaimed that no particular allegiance to The Big Dog brought him into this fight — long story short, Shane simply had it coming — the two former rivals worked in perfect sync during Extreme Rules’ opening bout, with Reigns kicking things off and The Phenom providing the finishing touches. Flitting around the ring with light feet and heavy hands, The Last Outlaw rained blows down on Shane-O-Mac in the corner and went strike-for-strike with McIntyre in a big-man showdown that brought the crowd to its feet.

The Undertaker scares Shane McMahon, then chokeslams him: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Undertaker rises after a brutal Coast-to-Coast from Shane McMahon and makes him pay with a vicious chokeslam. Courtesy of WWE Network.

It was only with the arrival of Elias, the McMahon ally with a long memory, that began to put The Phenom’s performance in doubt. The Living Truth shattered a guitar over The Undertaker’s back as The Deadman was preparing to drive Shane through the announce table, and the interference put the “Graveyard Dogs” in a 3-on-2 disadvantage that had them back on their heels for some time. Not only did McIntyre dispose of Reigns with a Claymore, he helped Elias tee up “The Best in the World” for a Leap of Faith that drove The Undertaker through the announce table, and Shane followed up with a garbage-can assisted Coast-to-Coast that flattened Undertaker’s face.

Of course, The Phenom sat bolt upright after suffering these maneuvers and dished out chokeslams to both Shane and Elias. McIntyre lined up his foe for a Claymore, but Reigns intercepted the Scotsman with a bone-rattling Spear and fed Shane-O-Mac into a final Tombstone Piledriver for the win.

Whether the loss is enough to humble Shane remains to be seen, but this match certainly showcased the best of everyone involved: Team Shane talked a good game and exploited every rule to back it up. Reigns stood his ground and fought straight-up, refusing to back down. And The Undertaker, having risen as both avenging force and cosmic course-corrector, did what any reaper does when he comes upon a wayward soul: He sent them home.