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WWE Extreme Rules 2019 PPV Predictions & Spoilers of Results

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, July 7, 2019
The WWE Extreme Rules 2019 pay-per-view is presented by Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live and scheduled for July 14, 2019 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Follow along here for spoilers and information on the event's card, lineup of matches and news regarding the pay-per-view.

The following are my predictions for the 2019 WWE Extreme Rules PPV. Check back for Extreme Rules 2019 results and review coverage here when the time comes.

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Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live present WWE Extreme Rules 2019 Spoilers

Winners Take All Mixed Tag Team Extreme Rules Match: Universal Champion Seth Rollins and Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch (c) vs. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans

If Rollins and Lynch lose, they drop the titles to Corbin and Evans. Winners take all. There's no way this is how the belts change hands. However, there's at least a chance Brock Lesnar cashes in after the match and beats Rollins (even though I think he'll beat Kofi Kingston).

PREDICTION: Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch retain the titles.

No Holds Barred Match: Roman Reigns and The Undertaker vs. Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon

"How do we drag out this Shane McMahon thing that we love and most people seem to be rather uninterested in?" / "I don't know...make them interested?" / "Eh...that seems like a lot of work. What's an easy way to do that?" / "The Undertaker?" / "Great job, Phil! Let's break for lunch."

But still...The Undertaker. C'mon. My favorite character of all time and my #2 overall favorite wrestler ever (HBK very narrowly beats him). Of course I'm at least a little interested.

PREDICTION: The Undertaker and Roman Reigns win.

WWE Championship Match: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Samoa Joe

Didn't see this one coming. I figured it would be a Triple Threat with Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler. But hey, this is neat. I'm not complaining, that's for sure! This could be really good with Kofi being the agile/speedy guy and Joe playing up the power game, but with a surprisingly agile and quick nature, too. That's a lot for Kingston to overcome, which is exactly the type of story I want him to be in, as when he does triumph, it'll mean more.

PREDICTION: Kofi Kingston retains the title, unless Brock Lesnar cashes in.

SmackDown Women's Championship 2-on-1 Handicap Match: Bayley (c) vs. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross

I could see this going in a few directions:

1) Bliss wins the title and drops Cross, because she doesn't need her anymore. Then, either we have Bliss vs. Cross at SummerSlam, or a Triple Threat between those two and Bayley.

2) Bliss wins the title and keeps Cross as her backup to help her retain the title for however long they want to drag it out until they do the inevitable split where Bliss vs. Cross happens.

3) Bliss fails again and blames Cross. Those two feud on SmackDown going forward, while someone new challenges Bayley for the belt at SummerSlam, like Sasha Banks or Charlotte Flair or someone even from Raw via the Wild Card rule, if need be.

They teased the idea that Bayley needs a friend to "slap some sense into her", so maybe that's how they reintroduce Sasha Banks, and then she turns on Bayley afterward or something?

PREDICTION: Bayley retains the title due to help from Sasha Banks, maybe?

Cruiserweight Championship Match: Drew Gulak (c) vs. Tony Nese

With Gulak winning the title at Stomping Grounds, but pinning Akira Tozawa, it makes perfect sense for Tony Nese to get a chance to win the belt back...but he needs to fail at that. Gulak is from Philadelphia, so that might factor in here and give him the advantage, but I would think he wouldn't even need that. He's too fresh as champion and definitely deserves a much longer reign than dropping it here.

PREDICTION: Drew Gulak retains the title.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match: Daniel Bryan and Rowan (c) vs. The New Day vs. Heavy Machinery

To be honest, I could see this going either way. I'm leaning toward Bryan and Rowan retaining the titles, very slightly because I feel WWE won't want to put all their eggs in the basket of The New Day while simultaneously taking Bryan out of the mix for SummerSlam, but it's certainly a possibility (especially considering how Bryan and Rowan could just challenge for the titles at SummerSlam anyway). This is a tough call.

PREDICTION: Daniel Bryan and Rowan retain the titles.

United States Championship Match: Ricochet (c) vs. AJ Styles

This was a lock after the heel turn. The only question is whether they'll keep this going forward into SummerSlam by having Styles win the title, or if Ricochet will retain and this is just where the feud basically ends (outside of some spillover into some episodes of Raw to come). The new regime with Paul Heyman in charge could change things, or this could just be the start of something much bigger.

PREDICTION: Going on on a limb and saying Ricochet retains the title.

Last Man Standing Match: Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley

Neat. I really like how they did the stage bit to make these two look like they're WWE's equivalents of Godzilla and Rodan or something—two behemoths wrecking whatever gets in their way.

PREDICTION: Braun Strowman wins, unless they specifically want to build Bobby Lashley to be the next challenger for Seth Rollins.

Aleister Black vs. Cesaro

Curious why they went with Cesaro, but I'm not going to question it, because this should be one of the better matches of the night. I'm a fan of both in the ring and I think they have a ton of potential to kick ass as opponents.

PREDICTION: Aleister Black wins.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Revival (c) vs. The Usos

It amazes me how WWE ends up in situations where on the go-home show for an event, they have The Usos casually say "Oh yeah, we're also in a title match for Extreme Rules" and then completely disregard that information for half a day and only confirm the match like 12 hours later, despite how they have a large amount of Twitter accounts, a live television show, a YouTube channel and a dedicated website all capable of knowing this information ahead of time and having graphics prepared and such at their disposal, or at least even a tweet saying "yup, that match is happening." Crazy how Smark Out Moment can have that information up WEEKS in advance in prediction form and then, when it gets confirmed, still have it up quicker than the people who know this information ahead of time.

Anyway, yeah. The Revival aren't losing the titles unless there's a specific idea in mind that Paul Heyman has for Jimmy and Jey, rather than Dash and Dawson, but I doubt that's the case.

PREDICTION: The Revival retain the titles.

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