Extreme Rules is usually a pay-per-view that provides us with plenty of excitement, drama and enjoyment.
Traditionally the first show to be held after WrestleMania, storylines from the previous event are often dragged out into the next one.
That creates excellent matches for the most part—and plenty of intrigue.
However, for all the good we've seen at Extreme Rules, there are sometimes bad matches that slip through the net and sneak onto the pay-per-view.
That could be a bad match with a horrific stipulation attached or simply a match between people who have no right to be mixing it up on such a high-profile show.
Let's take a look at the worst matches in the short history of Extreme Rules.