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WWE Extreme Rules 2020 Full Show ((EXCLUSIVE))

It opened with Ziggler revealing a surprise stipulation for the match: It's extreme rules, but for Ziggler only. If McIntyre uses a weapon, gets counted out or disqualified, Ziggler is the new champ. The stipulation kind of screams "McIntyre will win this match," but it ended up being fun.

WWE Extreme Rules 2020 Full Show

Seven matches were contested at the event, including one on the Kickoff pre-show. Four of the main card's matches were contested under a hardcore/horror stipulation. In the main event, which was the main match for SmackDown, Bray Wyatt, who briefly returned to his cult leader persona for this match, defeated Braun Strowman in a Wyatt Swamp Fight, which was produced as a cinematic match. In the final match from the Performance Center, which was a main match for Raw, Drew McIntyre defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE Championship in an Extreme Rules match in which the stipulation only applied to Ziggler; McIntyre had to wrestle under regular singles match rules. In other prominent matches, Seth Rollins defeated Rey Mysterio in an Eye for an Eye match, and in the opening bout, Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura defeated The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) in a tables match to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

Extreme Rules is an annual gimmick pay-per-view (PPV) and WWE Network event produced by WWE since 2009. The concept of the show is that the event features various matches that are contested under hardcore rules and generally features one Extreme Rules match.[1] The defunct Extreme Championship Wrestling promotion, which WWE acquired in 2003, originally used the "extreme rules" term to describe the regulations for all of its matches; WWE adopted the term and has since used it in place of "hardcore match" or "hardcore rules". The 2020 event was the 12th event under the Extreme Rules chronology and featured wrestlers from the Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It was also the only event in the Extreme Rules chronology to have an altered title; while originally announced under its normal title, the event was renamed to "Extreme Rules: The Horror Show" in late June, before it was later changed to "The Horror Show at Extreme Rules" early the following month.[2]

On the June 22 episode of Raw, after successfully retaining the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, co-champion Sasha Banks issued a challenge to Asuka for the Raw Women's Championship, which Asuka accepted for Extreme Rules. Though Banks is a SmackDown wrestler, she and partner Bayley could appear on any show as the Women's Tag Team Championship is shared between Raw, SmackDown, and NXT.[27]

WWE Extreme Rules is a professional wrestling event produced annually by WWE, a Connecticut-based promotion. It is broadcast live and available only through pay-per-view (PPV) and the livestreaming services Peacock and the WWE Network. The name of the event stems from various matches on the card being contested under hardcore wrestling regulations with generally one match being an Extreme Rules match, introduced at the 2010 event. The defunct Extreme Championship Wrestling promotion, which WWE acquired in 2003, originally used the "extreme rules" term to describe the regulations for all of its matches.

From 2005 to 2008, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ran a pay-per-view (PPV) entitled One Night Stand. While originally a reunion show for the defunct Extreme Championship Wrestling promotion, the assets of which WWE acquired in 2003, the concept of One Night Stand was that the event featured various matches that were contested under hardcore rules.[1] In 2009, Extreme Rules was established to replace One Night Stand and was initially noted by WWE to be a direct continuation of the One Night Stand chronology, with Extreme Rules continuing the concept of featuring hardcore-based matches. However, the 2010 event was later promoted as only the second event under a new chronology, one that is no longer a direct continuation of the One Night Stand events. The term "extreme rules" was originally used by Extreme Championship Wrestling to describe the regulations for all of its matches; WWE adopted the term and has since used it in place of "hardcore match" or "hardcore rules".[2][3] In the mid-to-late 2010s, the amount of hardcore-based matches began decreasing, with only one included at the 2021 event,[4] but the 2022 event returned to form with all six of its matches contested under a hardcore stipulation.[5]

In April 2011, WWE ceased using its full name with the "WWE" abbreviation becoming an orphaned initialism,[9] and in August, the first brand extension was dissolved.[10] The 2013 event then replaced Over the Limit for that year's May PPV.[11][12] Beginning with the 2014 event, in addition to traditional PPV, Extreme Rules began broadcasting on WWE's online streaming service, the WWE Network, which launched earlier that year in February.[13] After the 2016 event,[14] WWE reintroduced the brand extension in July.[15] Along with this second brand split came brand-exclusive PPVs, thus the 2017 event featured wrestlers exclusively from the Raw brand.[16] It would in turn be the only Extreme Rules event during the second brand split to be a brand-exclusive show, as following WrestleMania 34 the following year, brand-exclusive pay-per-views were discontinued.[17][18] The 2017 event also moved Extreme Rules back to the June slot,[16] however, the 2018 event moved Extreme Rules to July.[19] The 2019 event was held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the city that was the home of Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1993 to 2001.[20]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which began affecting the industry in mid-March 2020, WWE had to relocate its programming to a behind closed doors set. Raw and SmackDown's shows were moved to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida with no fans in attendance,[21] although in late May, the promotion began using Performance Center trainees to serve as the live audience,[22] which was further expanded to friends and family members of the wrestlers in mid-June.[23] With the change in location and format, WWE titled the 2020 event as The Horror Show at Extreme Rules.[24] It featured horror-themed matches, including the main event, which was a cinematically produced match, a Wyatt Swamp Fight between Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman, a hardcore match held at a swamp.[25] 041b061a72


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