2021 WWE Extreme Rules card, matches, date, rumors, predictions, match card, start time, location
As WWE moves into its post-SummerSlam phase, it will hold Extreme Rules on Sept. 26 in Columbus, Ohio. The event is known for featuring several gimmick matches along no holds barred lines and the 2021 edition of the event is likely to be no different.
Several matches are already confirmed for the event, including the return of Finn Balor’s demon persona as he faces Roman Reigns for the universal championship. Also, Bianca Belair will look to get even with Becky Lynch just one month after losing the SmackDown women’s championship in less than 30 seconds at SummerSlam.
The card is still very much in development, but we do know four title matches that are currently set for the card. Let’s take a look at what we know — and what we expect — at WWE Extreme Rules.
WWE Extreme Rules matches
Universal Championship — Roman Reigns (c) vs. Finn Balor (Extreme Rules Match): Reigns picked up a typically questionable win over Balor on SmackDown, a win that led Balor to become “The Demon” for the first time in years. The walls feel like they’re starting to close in on Reigns. Not only is he now faced with the tall task of defending his championship against Balor’s more difficult form, but Brock Lesnar recently returned and has had his sights set on the universal champion.
SmackDown Women’s Championship — Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair: Lynch made her long-awaited return at SummerSlam, taking less than 30 seconds to beat Belair and win the title. The situation was entirely unsatisfying and a rematch was the only thing that made sense. Fans are hoping for a real match between the two and one that brings out the best in two very talented performers.
Raw Women’s Championship — Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Alexa Bliss: Flair has finally moved past her issues with Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H., with that pair spinning off into their own tag team. Bliss won a match to become No. 1 contender, finally…
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