WWE Extreme Rules 2022 Results : Bray Wyatt is back in action. Wyatt returns to the world he once ruled over by making his first appearance in more than a year in the waning seconds of the 2022 WWE Extreme Rules premium live event on Saturday night in Philadelphia. This comes after weeks of anticipation with enigmatic teasers for the appearance of a “White Rabbit.”
WWE Extreme Rules 2022 Results
After being fired by WWE on July 31, 2021, Wyatt, a professional wrestler and two-time universal champion, joined the company again nearly 19 months later. Wyatt’s dramatic and menacing comeback, which WWE used to wrap out Extreme Rules, received a resounding cheer from those present at the Wells Fargo Center. His return occurred soon after a contentious Fight Pit contest between Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins, which prominently featured UFC fighters. Referee Daniel Cormier, a member of the UFC Hall of Fame.
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Additionally, Ronda Rousey was crowned the SmackDown women’s champion at Extreme Rules. There were also several intense matches, and Finn Balor and Edge’s “I Quit” match concluded viscerally. This should keep fans talking over the weekend and until Monday Night Raw a few days from now. Throughout Extreme Rules, CBS Sports was there to provide match results, grades, and highlights as they happened.
Winners, PSG score , reactions, and highlights from WWE Extreme Rules 2022
We also had some fantastic matches to watch this weekend, even if the “White Rabbit” teasers have been the biggest enigma in pro wrestling for the past three weeks. Due to the fact that there were just the Raw and SmackDown women’s titles being defended on the card, the women’s division received special attention. Every match had a unique need, thus there were many weapons, tonnes of mayhem, and even some blood. Let’s review what occurred throughout the performance on Saturday.
The Fighting Brutes versus the Imperium (Good Old-Fashioned Donnybrook)
Another White Rabbit teaser briefly played when the Brawling Brutes made their entrance for the opening match against Imperium, but the announcers paid no attention to it.
All six men teamed up and got into a fight as soon as the referee rang the bell. Butch concentrated on Giovanni Vinci, Sheamus pursued Gunther, while Ridge Holland assaulted Ludwig Kaiser.
Barrels, a small bar, and various other items one may see in a typical European pub ring the ring. All of that, along with a few other things, were involved in the action at the ringside.
This game was utterly chaotic in the greatest manner conceivable. Everyone gave it their all and put on a fantastic match. After everything was said and done, The Brawling Brutes were successful in defeating Imperium.
The Brawling Brutes won.
PSG Score: A-
Ronda Rousey and Liv Morgan (Extreme Rules; SmackDown Women’s Title)
For her bout against Ronda Rousey, Liv Morgan exuded a sense of urgency. For this Extreme Rules match, she came to the ring carrying a bat. Morgan was about to use the weapon when Rousey stopped her, so she was immediately in defence mode without it. They had enough shots with other weapons and techniques to make up for some of the chair and bat shots that may not have looked ideal. They performed better in this match than in their previous meetings, yet something still seemed to be preventing them from blending together properly.
Although both Superstars gave it their all, something just didn’t work out, and it’s hard to pinpoint what exactly the problem was. Rousey was able to force the champion pass out to reclaim the SmackDown Women’s Championship after a protracted battle and several close calls. Ronda Rousey wins by submission to claim the SmackDown women’s championship.
PSG Score: B-
Karrion Kross versus Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre and Karrion Kross met up for a strap match, but Kross refused to let the strap be fastened on his wrist. Before the bell, he attacked The Scottish Warrior, and they engaged in a lengthy fight as the referee watched from the ring helplessly unable to intervene. Although this fight was fairly intense, it seemed like something was preventing it from reaching the standard they probably expected. It wasn’t spectacular, but it was good. One thing that can be claimed is that both men gave it their all. Scarlett pepper-sprayed McIntyre, which gave Kross the opportunity to pin him from behind.
Karrion Kross won.
PSG Score: C+
Bayley and Bianca Belair in a ladder match for the Raw Women’s Championship
The next match was a ladder match between Bayley and Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship. Iyo Sky and Dakota Kai left the ringside, yet their presence lingered the entire time. The ladders that had been positioned around the ring were quickly used by both women. They were utilised in all the usual ways except climbing, thus there were a few memorable places when both contestants suffered greatly.
Naturally, Sky and Kai got in the way and attempted to stop Belair from getting the belt, but The EST of WWE showed off his strength by simultaneously hitting both women with a KOD. Although the setup was challenging, the result was worthwhile. As the bout progressed, the quality increased, and by the time Belair ascended the ladder and removed the belt to win, the audience was standing.
Bianca Belair won.
PSG Score: B+
Edge vs. Finn Bálor (I Quit Match)
For his match against Edge, Finn Bálor was by himself outside. He didn’t bring anyone from The Judgment Day out with him, thus he was obviously trying to convey that he could defeat his foe without assistance. Even though Edge was undoubtedly active, the Irishman dominated the first few minutes. With time, The Rated-R Superstar’s slight experience edge started to work in his favour. Edge stated “I resign” to save Ripley and give Bálor the victory as she was getting ready for the swing. Edge was still being restrained when Ripley struck The Glamazon with the chair.
Edge attempted to assist his wife with some officials as The Judgment Day went away victorious. Even though this battle was overbooked and shouldn’t have lasted this long, it was still a strong effort by two athletes who are practically unable of giving a subpar performance.
Finn Bálor won.
PSG Score: B
Seth Rollins versus Matt Riddle (Fight Pit)
The referee for Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins’ Fight Pit main-event contest was Daniel Cormier. If you’ve never seen a cage like this one before, the setup is fascinating. The contestants can stand on an additional level of the construction that is several feet above the typical ring and without the ring ropes.
People in the crowd who were dressed as the characters from the Firefly Fun House started to appear in spotlights. A clip of the kids’ show’s dilapidated set was played. A masked figure with a lantern was revealed when a door that had emerged on the stage suddenly burst open.
To the largest cheer of the evening, the figure took off the mask and revealed himself to be Bray Wyatt. As the concert came to a close, he blew out the lamp, revealing his new logo. This was a great twist and a captivating way to wrap up the show.
Laureate: Matt Riddle
PSG Score: A
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