WWE Extreme Rules 2013: What We Learned from This Year's PPV

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WWE Extreme Rules 2013: What We Learned from This Year's PPV

It truly is The Shield's WWE right now.

After all three members of the Trinity claimed gold in St. Louis, there is no reason to believe this group will get stronger and stronger.

Extreme Rules was average at best, but because of the matches involving Dean Ambrose (United States Champion) and Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins (Tag Team Champions), there is a lot of changes in store for the company in the next few weeks leading toward "Pay Back."

We have a new top contender for the World Title (Alberto Del Rio) and got to see Chris Jericho get a win over Fandango.

A year ago, I watched Extreme Rules and was left with an uneasy feeling as John Cena and Brock Lesnar tried their had at MMA-style fighting in a WWE ring. This year, I was left with an uneasy feeling again because I saw John Cena slammed through the lighting at the top of the ramp toward the ring. 

Cena was injured (which is not known if this was part of the program or another miss hit by Ryback. We shall see tomorrow on Raw.

The night ended with Triple H losing in a steel cage match to Brock Lesnar. What's next for the biggest heel in the company right now?

Randy Orton proved his hometown is the place where he does some of his best work; the punt made its return by The Viper in his hometown.

Here is what we learned from this pay-per-view.

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