Extreme Rules 2013 is shaping up to be a can't-miss pay-per-view for WWE fans. The annual card has developed a reputation for being a quality one and this year's event should continue that trend.
The Extreme Rules theme allows for some fun stipulation matches without feeling too gimmicky, and there's plenty of star power to make this card worth watching.
Headlined by a WWE title match between John Cena and Ryback and an epic steel cage match between Triple H and Brock Lesnar, this is a card that will be full of memorable matches.
This should be the card that really kick-starts the WWE into its summer programming so you really don't want to miss the action. Here's all the information you need to ensure you don't miss the action if you have to catch it online.
Where: Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO.
When: Sunday, May 19 at 8 p.m. ET
Live Stream: WWE.com has PPV for $44.99
John Cena (c) vs. Ryback – Last Man Standing WWE Championship match
Which match are you most looking forward to?
Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar – Steel Cage match
Jack Swagger vs. Alberto Del Rio – I Quit match (No. 1 contender for World Heavyweight title)
Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dean Ambrose – United States Championship match
Team Hell No (c) vs. The Shield (Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) – Tornado Tag Team match for Tag Team Championships
Sheamus vs. Mark Henry – Strap match
Randy Orton vs. Big Show – Extreme Rules match
Fandango vs. Chris Jericho – Singles match
The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes – Pre-show Singles match
Must-See Match: Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar in a Steel Cage Match
John Cena and Ryback's last man standing match may headline the show, but it's the steel cage match between Lesnar and Triple H that you don't want to miss.
These are two proud legends of the business going at it in a rubber match. After Lesnar beat Triple H at SummerSlam and Triple H exacted his revenge at WrestleMania, this is sure to be an awesome match with both men's pride on the line.
The steel cage should add an extra element of brutality, as well as an added element of intrigue.
Neither man would really want to end this rivalry by losing cleanly so we can expect this to be pretty even throughout. However, it makes more sense for Lesnar to pull out the win as he's the one that has more time left in the ring.
Superstar to Watch: Dean Ambrose
This could be a huge night for The Shield. All three members are going for a title.
While Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins are likely to continue their momentum as tag team partners, Ambrose will have his chance to establish himself as a singles threat in a United States Championship match against Kofi Kingston.
Since The Shield can't stay intact forever, this could be a huge night for Ambrose's future with the company. Kingston is a great athlete and is capable of putting on great matches. If Ambrose rises to the occasion and wins the title, it could be a launching point for his singles career.
Ambrose could emerge as the biggest winner of the night.