Watch WWE Extreme Rules 2011
Extreme Rules was a PPV presented by WowWee’s Paper Jamz, which took place on May 1, 2011 at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Florida. It was the third Extreme Rules event. The main event was a Triple Threat Steel Cage match for the WWE Championship with The Miz defending the title against John Cena and John Morrison. Another main event was a Ladder match for the vacant World Heavyweight title between Christian and Alberto Del Rio. The undercard featured a Lumberjack match for the WWE tag team Championship between The Corre and Big with Kane, Mysterio fought Cody Rhodes in a Falls Count Anywhere match, Sheamus defended the US Championship in a Tables match against Kofi Kingston, and Randy Orton wrestled CM Punk in a Last Man Standing match.
Coming from the heels of WrestleMania, the WWE will get EXTREME. It is time for that Extreme Rules 2011 PPV. I would not be amazed if WWE required it just a little poor around the spots thinking about Edge’s retirement from injuries, however, you know there’s likely to be a minumum of one good hardcore factor which will happen, so that’s something to expect to. However ,, they are everywhere with this particular ppv. Each and every match continues to be altered at least one time, the stipulations happen to be altered, and also the draft is appropriate in advance. Their promotion of it’s been off and I’m not sure in the event that states something regarding their current mindset – if they are all so tired from WrestleMania they can’t focus – or maybe that’s some type of weird testing pool that they are trying (and apparently battling with).
World Heavyweight Championship [Ladder Match]: Christian versus. Alberto Del Rio
Ok, since it has been upgraded with Edge’s retirement, we have got Christian replacing Edge. I initially believed that this meant Del Rio would be a shoe-directly into win the title. Now, using the draft altering things around, I am thinking the entire opposite. Despite how I have never been in the “Christian must win a global title” side, I’m sure it might be advisable to allow them to provide him the title at this time, as this is the utmost pop he might get, thinking about the advantage situation. If he in some way does not win it here, he plain won’t.
WWE Championship [Cage Match]: The Miz (c) versus. John Cena versus. John Morrison
Man, I get fed up with getting to update this web site with new predictions. They keep altering this card. Anyway, this can be a change I am all for. I did not need to see R-Truth within this match to begin with, so getting Morrison inside it causes it to be a lot more enjoyable in my experience. JoMo still will not win the title (and honestly, despite being keen on him, I’d say he should not) however this certainly increases the possibility of this to become a good match. They have also added the stipulation that this is a cage match. I am really excited to determine what crazy stuff Morrison pulls off.
Country Whipping Match: Jerry Lawler & Jim Ross versus. Michael Cole & Jack Swagger
This will probably be a wreck, I’d assume. Initially, I figured it may be a fascinating short complement Swagger turning face (finally) however, it appears like they are just building so that it is as base as it may often be. What is a “country whipping match”? Hell basically know. It’s most likely only a strap match – or, a much better description may be “an approach to dragging this out and masking the inabilities from the participants”. I am certainly not searching toward this and that i hope they ensure that it stays as little as possible.
Last Man Standing: Randy Orton versus. CM Punk
This feud’s been pressed backward a lot which i sometimes no way even exists. It is a shame, because it really might have been great, however they just did not want allow it just as much attention since it’s potential might have drawn up. This match ought to be good, though, thinking about how Orton’s usually entertaining in this kind of match and Punk is definitely an adaptable wrestler.
Falls Count Anywhere: Rey Mysterio versus. Cody Rhodes
I do not think this feud has a lot of steam left inside it, however this match ought to be good.
Loser Leaves WWE: Michelle McCool versus. Layla
Using the recent news that Michelle is searching to take a few time off work to invest with Undertaker while he’s still from the roster, I believe it’s pretty self-explanatory who wins here. I simply hope that along the way, installed Layla over. She should legit win the match rather of just obtaining a quick pin after which jobbing out like she accustomed to. She’s improved an excessive amount of to return to that.