The Great Khali is supposed to be on the job trying to figure out who Kaitlyn's secret admirer is, but the case has yet to be busted open.
The storyline is most likely not going to go down in history as one of the most interesting or important, so there isn't much to be missed if it's drop it in favor of adding more time to a match on the card. However, it still is a current angle, and it should be addressed simply because of that fact.
For all intents and purposes, one can assume that WWE created this storyline to build up to something that it wanted to do and that it wanted it to mean something. That is hindered if it plays no part whatsoever at Extreme Rules.
On top of this, Kaitlyn's former best friend AJ Lee has been the No. 1 contender for her Divas Championship for some time. As of right now, there is currently no title match between these two added to the pay-per-view card, which seems to be pretty stacked as it is.
Will there be a backstage segment that accomplishes keeping this storyline alive, or will it be absent from the event and expected to pick back up on the following night's episode of Raw?
For that matter, all of these storylines and all of those that will be taken care of during the pay-per-view need to be continued on Monday Night Raw. Nothing is more pointless in a business that prides itself on building stories than a storyline that goes nowhere and is dropped without some kind of a purpose to it.
In what ways would you like to see WWE address these storylines at Extreme Rules? Are there any others that you feel need to be given the light of day that WWE might be forgetting about?
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