WWE will roll out their next pay-per-view this Saturday as Extreme Rules is held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There are six matches currently booked on the card, including two title fights involving current women's champions Liv Morgan and Bianca Belair. Of course, the menu calls for "extreme", so the slate also includes a "Good Old Fashioned Donnybook" and an "I Quit" match.
Also, former two-division UFC champion and UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier will serve as a special referee for a "Fight Pit" match between Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins.
Below you'll find the full fight card for Saturday's event, along with the results and history of past editions of WWE Extreme Rules.
Extreme Rules 2022 fight card
Strap match: Drew McIntyre vs. Karrion Kross (with Scarlett)
The 2021 edition of WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view took place on Sunday, Sept. 26 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. The show was headlined by three world title matches, as Roman Reigns defended the Universal championship against Finn Balor, Becky Lynch put the SmackDown women's title on the line against former champion Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair defended the Raw women's championship against Alexa Bliss.
The card was rounded out by a United States championship triple threat match between Damian Priest, Jeff Hardy and Sheamus, a SmackDown tag team title rematch between The Usos and The Street Profits, a six-man tag team match featuring The New Day, Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles and Omos, and a one-on-one match between Carmella and Liv Morgan.
Below you'll find everything you need to know about this WWE show, from results, to news, features, history and more.
Extreme Rules 2021 results | Full recap
The 2020 edition of WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view -- officially branded "The Horror Show at Extreme Rules" -- took place on Sunday, July 19 at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The stipulation-heavy card was headlined by a WWE championship match with a one-sided stipulation, a match where the winning condition was to pluck out your opponent's eye, and a confrontation in a swamp.
A pair of women's championship matches flew under the radar, but outside of some truly puzzling conclusions, featured some of the best bell-to-bell action of the night.
The 2019 edition of WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view took place on Sunday, July 14, at Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia, PA. Below you'll find everything you need to know about this WWE show, from results, to news, to features, history and more.
Money in the Bank cash-in for the Universal championship: Brock Lesnar def. Seth Rollins (c)