WWE Extreme Rules 2014: Most Controversial Moments in PPV's History

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WWE Extreme Rules 2014: Most Controversial Moments in PPV's History
Credit: WWE.com
John Cena on the verge of victory against Brock Lesnar.

This year's WWE Extreme Rules card is already shaping up to be a good one, as John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt in a Steel Cage match, The Shield vs. Evolution and Paige vs. Tamina Snuka for the Divas Championship are already set in stone for the event. The annual pay-per-view almost always delivers, so the 2014 installment should be no exception.

Extreme Rules has played host to several monumental moments since its inception in 2009, but it has also been known for its controversial decisions in the past. Whether you loved them or hated them, Extreme Rules has always been one of the most talked-about shows each year.

This list will break down several moments from past installments of Extreme Rules that stirred up controversy within the WWE Universe after the show concluded. Not that all of them can be considered bad booking decisions, but there is no doubting that each of these occurrences created some sort of buzz.

Also, please keep in mind while reading that the following moments are listed in no particular order. Feel free to sound off with your thoughts down below at the end.

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