Dolph Ziggler crashes Drew McIntyre through a table: The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Showoff uses steel chairs and tables to try and pry the WWE Championship from Drew McIntyre. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

The deck was stacked against Drew McIntyre in his WWE Title defense against Dolph Ziggler. But even in a match where Extreme Rules applied only for Ziggler — and one where Ziggler could also become the new WWE Champion by pinfall, submission, disqualification or count-out — McIntyre still found a way to prevail. 

McIntyre quickly grew frustrated, understandably, as he was handcuffed by the unique but clever rules selected by his former tag team partner. Instead, The King of Claymore Country had to get creative to ratchet up the brutality without risking disqualification — resorting to things like slingshotting Ziggler face-first into the ringside plexiglass. 

Ziggler did all he could to exploit his chosen stipulation, blasting McIntyre in the leg before he could attempt a Claymore, then following with a Zig Zag for a near-fall. Moments later, The Showoff ascended to the top rope, leaping to drive McIntyre through a table below on the outside. 

As frustrated as McIntyre was, Ziggler was driven mad by his inability to put away McIntyre. McIntyre caught Ziggler spending too long prepping for a potential superkick, blasting him with a massive Claymore for the victory.  

Dolph Ziggler crashes Drew McIntyre through a table: The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Showoff uses steel chairs and tables to try and pry the WWE Championship from Drew McIntyre. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

The deck was stacked against Drew McIntyre in his WWE Title defense against Dolph Ziggler. But even in a match where Extreme Rules applied only for Ziggler — and one where Ziggler could also become the new WWE Champion by pinfall, submission, disqualification or count-out — McIntyre still found a way to prevail. 

McIntyre quickly grew frustrated, understandably, as he was handcuffed by the unique but clever rules selected by his former tag team partner. Instead, The King of Claymore Country had to get creative to ratchet up the brutality without risking disqualification — resorting to things like slingshotting Ziggler face-first into the ringside plexiglass. 

Ziggler did all he could to exploit his chosen stipulation, blasting McIntyre in the leg before he could attempt a Claymore, then following with a Zig Zag for a near-fall. Moments later, The Showoff ascended to the top rope, leaping to drive McIntyre through a table below on the outside. 

As frustrated as McIntyre was, Ziggler was driven mad by his inability to put away McIntyre. McIntyre caught Ziggler spending too long prepping for a potential superkick, blasting him with a massive Claymore for the victory.