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WWE Extreme Rules 2014 Results: Live Reaction and Review

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The Doctor Chris MuellerFeatured ColumnistMay 4, 2014

Welcome to Bleacher Report's live coverage for WWE Extreme Rules 2014. This is the first pay-per-view following WrestleMania, and WWE has a lot to live up to if it wants to keep its momentum going.

This event is packed with matches that should deliver on every level. Evolution vs. The Shield, Daniel Bryan vs. Kane and RVD vs. Jack Swagger vs. Cesaro are some of the matches with high hopes.

The match that is one of the more intriguing due to its storyline is John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt. These two have been going at each other week after week, and they will finally meet inside a steel cage to settle their feud.

We will also get matches for the Intercontinental and Divas titles as well as a handicap match with Alexander Rusev taking on R-Truth and Xavier Woods.

Who will leave Extreme Rules as the WWE champion?

Can Paige and Big E retain their titles against two worthy challengers?

How will The Shield overcome the experience of Evolution?

Will Bray Wyatt unleash the beast inside John Cena?

And lastly, will Zeb Colter and Paul Heyman finally get into a real fight?

Make sure to bookmark this page and come back Sunday at the start of WWE Extreme Rules at 8 p.m. ET. Bleacher Report will have answers to these questions and live coverage of all the action!

 

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