World Wrestling Entertainment has done a phenomenal job of following up a great WrestleMania XXX with stories that hook the audience, leading to an Extreme Rules pay-per-view that has far more buzz to it than last year's show.
The triple main event proves just how strong the storytelling has been, as the company has three different matches—involving 10 different Superstars—that could headline in any arena across the country.
John Cena versus Bray Wyatt is the age-old story of the lengths evil will go to in order to drag the good down to its level.
Daniel Bryan's title defense against Kane is a David vs. Goliath scenario in which the new WWE World Heavyweight champion will have to overcome a newly motivated Big Red Monster if he wishes to continue his dream of being the top wrestler in the world. His wife Brie and boss Stephanie McMahon may have something to do with it as well.
Past meets present as The Shield takes on Evolution in a six-man tag-team match that may more closely resemble a war than a wrestling match before all is said and done.
With so much content to sink its teeth into, the WWE Universe is understandably excited about Sunday's broadcast.
Which matches have done the most to elicit that excitement and which have done the least?
Take a look for yourself.