WWE Extreme Rules 2017 Results: Live Updates, Results and Reaction
Welcome to Bleacher Report's live coverage of WWE Extreme Rules 2017. This year's show has a huge main event featuring Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe, Bray Wyatt, Finn Balor and Seth Rollins competing for a shot at Brock Lesnar's universal title. We will also see The Hardy Boyz battle Cesaro and Sheamus inside a steel cage for the Raw tag team titles and Dean Ambrose defend the Intercontinental Championship against The Miz. Keep it locked right here for live updates of all the action.
- June 5, 2017
That's All, Folks
The show ends with The Destroyer celebrating a huge win. We saw new IC and tag champions crowned tonight while Bliss and Neville retained.
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- June 5, 2017
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 8
People start coming back in the ring and all hell breaks loose. Reigns hits Balor and Rollins with Superman Punches in quick succession. Roman runs right into the sling blade. Finn heads to the top rope for the Coup de Grace, but Joe grabs him in the Coquina Clutch as he makes the cover. He chokes Balor out and gets the win to become the new No. 1 contender.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 7
The only two men with enough energy to get in the ring are Reigns and Rollins. The former Shield teammates circle each other a bit while trying to do their best mean face. They start trading big shots. Roman nails the Superman Punch, but Seth kicks out. Rollins gets a close two count from a kick to the face. He climbs to the top turnbuckle and hits another frog splash, but only gets a two count.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 6
Joe and Bray go back and forth until Wyatt knocks him down with his entire body. He does his back bed in the corner before Joe counters Sister Abigail with the Coquina Clutch. Balor breaks it up with a chair to Joe's back. Finn kicks Reigns' head off with a running soccer kick and sends Wyatt and Joe into the barricade with dropkicks. He takes apart an announce table and puts Wyatt on top. Joe locks him in the Coquina Clutch and Reigns Spears both men through the barricade at the same time. Rollins sees Wyatt on the table and climbs to the top rope to deliver a frog splash, exploding the table in the process.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 5
Bray plants Wyatt on top of a table with a side slam. Rollins starts going to work on Wyatt and Joe as he hits a double blockbuster to both men. Wyatt shoves Joe into the path of a suicide dive. He turns Seth inside out with a clothesline to make himself the only man standing. Rollins shows some impressive power by getting Wyatt up for a Falcon's Arrow out of nowhere. He springboards right into a Sister Abigail, but Joe breaks up the pin and starts yelling at him for ending their alliance.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 4
Balor counters the Coquina Clutch and hits a double stomp to Joe before Wyatt comes in and levels him with a chair. The Eater of Worlds takes out Reigns as soon as he gets back in the ring. He smiles at Joe before taking another swing at Balor. Ha lays the chair on Balor so Joe can hit a senton. Wyatt takes a turn hitting his own senton with the chair. Bray wedges a chair in the corner and Joe ends up crashing into it when Balor moves. Roman hits a drive by dropkick to Wyatt before dropping Balor with a powerbomb. The Big Dog starts building a head of steam as he dishes out punishment to everyone in the match.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 2
Rollins helps Reigns take on Joe and Wyatt, but the heels get the advantage after Reigns is thrown into a ring post. Balor comes in and joins the fight as Wyatt and Joe start to form an alliance. Balor stomps a mud hole in everyone as they try to get in the ring. He leaps over the top rope to take out Rollins, Joe and Wyatt at the same time. Reigns comes out of nowhere and knocks him out with a huge right hand before driving him into the barricade. Joe counters a drive by dropkick and throws Roman into the barricade, too.
Reigns vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt vs. Balor vs. Joe (No. 1 Contender) Part 1
The bell rings and everyone sizes each other up. Reigns watches as Rollins goes after Joe and Wyatt takes on Balor. All four men spill out of the ring while Roman just stands there in the middle of the ring. Wyatt is the first to go after Reigns, but the Big Dog puts him in the corner for some rights and lefts. He hits a Samoan drop, and then Joe gets the same treatment. Balor hits a few shots to the head, but Reigns punches him right off the apron. It comes down to the former Shield partners.
All We Have Left Is the Main Event
It's time for the Fatal 5-Way to see who faces Brock Lesnar for the title next.
Neville vs. Austin Aries (Submission Match, Cruiserweight Title) Part 5
Neville hits the Red Arrow to the back before locking in the Rings of Saturn to get the win and retain his title.
Neville vs. Austin Aries (Submission Match, Cruiserweight Title) Part 4
Aries counters a superplex and hits a sunset flip powerbomb into the Last Chancery. Neville looks like he is going to tap, but he ends up pulling himself and Aries out of the ring. Aries puts the hold back on and Neville taps, but it doesn't count since they are on the floor. A Double rolls him back in the ring, but Neville hands him up on the top rope. Aries hits the Discuss Fivearm, but the champ avoids the suicide dive and Aries hits the barricade and floor hard.
Neville vs. Austin Aries (Submission Match, Cruiserweight Title) Part 3
Neville is in firm control as he taunts the crowd while taking kicks at Aries' leg. Aries catches him coming off the top rope and locks in a Figure Four. Neville escapes, but Austin hits a neckbreaker on the apron. Neville avoids a missile dropkick and locks him in the Rings of Saturn. A Double somehow slides his body to the ropes and forces a break. Aries ends up putting Neville on his own hold. Aries lets go when he sees Neville trying to get himself DQ's again.
Neville vs. Austin Aries (Submission Match, Cruiserweight Title) Part 2
Aries almost gets the Last Chancery locked in, but Neville escapes the ring. Austin follows and runs him into the barricade on two different sides of the ring. He picks up the champ and drops him across the apron. Neville kicks his leg to take control. He slows things down as he starts to punish the knee he has worked over so many times before. Aries start to make a comeback after he boxes Neville's ears. He hits three shinbreakers and a suplex to the champion. The King of the Cruiserweights kicks him off the apron to get himself time to recover.
Neville vs. Austin Aries (Submission Match, Cruiserweight Title) Part 1
Neville kicks Aries injured leg, so Aries responds with a few kicks of his own. Neville wrenches the arm and starts doing damage to set up for his submission. Aries rolls him into a unique hold, but Neville gets his foot on the ropes. They talk a little trash before resetting. Neville lets the crowd get in his head for a moment, and then they go for a test of strength. Aries jumps on him for a guillotine, but Neville gets to the ropes again.
The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus (Tag Titles) Part 4
Cesaro and Sheamus start climbing the wall while Matt tries to drag Jeff through the door. They all seem to drop at the same time, but Sheamus and Cesaro are declared the winners and new champions.
The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus (Tag Titles) Part 4
Cesaro and Sheamus hit a double Celtic Cross to Matt. Jeff tries to get back in through the door, but Sheamus kicks it into his face. Matt stops Sheamus from escaping by pulling on his leg. He hits the Twist of Fate while Cesaro climbs the wall. Matt pulls him down and throws him across the ring. He climbs up and Cesaro barely manages to catch him with an uppercut while he is on top of the cage. Sheamus and Cesaro grab him and hit a double White Noise from the top rope. Jeff climbs up the cage from the outside and hits Whisper in the Wind all the way down to the mat on both opponents.
The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus (Tag Titles) Part 3
Sheamus tries to go through the door, but Matt grabs his foot. He keeps the challengers from escaping, so they put him into the cage wall by his head again. Jeff almost makes it out of the cage, but the Swiss Superman catches him. Jeff avoids a Brogue Kick and Matt hits Sheamus with a tornado DDT. All four men are down at this point. The Hardys start to climb, but Cesaro and Sheamus climb up with them. Jeff is the first man to escape the cage, but Matt is forced back in. He hits Cesaro with a Side Effect, and does the same to Sheamus. Matt climbs the wall and we see Jeff and Sheamus fight to see who can pull him to their side.
The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus (Tag Titles) Part 2
Matt and Jeff get the upper hand back and slam their opponents into the cage while the crowd chants Delete over and over. They trade opponents and hit dropkicks at the same time. Jeff hits Poetry in Motion to both men on different sides of the ring before they try to escape. They get caught and all four men end up on the same rope. Sheamus powerbombs Jeff off the rope, but Jeff holds onto Cesaro and takes him down. Matt runs Sheamus into the cage to make himself the last man standing. He climbs to the top of the cage, but Cesaro manages to catch him.
The Hardys vs. Cesaro and Sheamus (Tag Titles) Part 1
Sheamus and Cesaro try to escape when the bell rings, but they get pulled back in. Matt takes on Cesaro while Jeff goes after Sheamus. The Hardys control the pace early once they make sure their opponents won't escape. Cesaro throws Matt into the cage, and Jeff gets leveled with the Irish Curse backbreaker. They run Matt into the cage like a dart before trying to go over the top again. Matt and Jeff stop them, but the powerhouses maintain the upper hand.
Time to Fight Inside the Cage
Sheamus and Cesaro are out first for the tag title cage match. This should be fun.
Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss (Kendo Stick on a Pole, Women's Title Match) Part 2
Bayley drives Bliss into the barricade and hits a belly to back suplex on the floor. She sees the kendo stick and picks it up. Bayley chases her around the ring until they end up back inside. Bliss tackles Bayley before she can use it, and then Alexa picks it up and starts teeing off on Bayley. She gets in several hard shots to the back while yelling at the former champion to get up. Bayley pops up and hits the Bayley to Belly, but she is too hurt to capitalize. Bliss sets up the stick in the corner and shoves Bayley into it in a creative bit of offense. She drops Bayley with her DDT to get the win and retain her title.
Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss (Kendo Stick on a Pole, Women's Title Match) Part 1
The bell rings and Bliss talks a little trash, pretending she is going to let Bayley get the kendo stick. Bayley makes a run for it and gets dragged down by her hair. Bayley grabs Bliss and slams her head into the turnbuckle before hitting a body slam for a quick one count. She goes for the stick again, but Alexa pulls her down and punches her right in the face to knock her out of the ring. Mizz Bliss climbs up for the kendo stick, but Bayley meets her on the top turnbuckle. Bayley pulls t down, but both women fall to the floor.
Samson literally just played a song and that was it. Nobody came out to punch him in the face or anything.
Rich Swann and Sasha Banks vs. Noam Dar and Alicia Fox Part 2
Swann and Dar get the tag and Swann hits a nice hurricanrana to take control. A flipping leg drop gets him a two count. Dar rolls him up for a quick two count before they start trading punches. Swann hits a spin kick to the face, but can't capitalize. Banks and Foxy run in and start fighting with each other while Dar and Swann take the fight outside. Banks gets on the top rope and hits a huge double knee to the floor on Dar. Swann rolls him back in for the Phoenix Splash to pick up the win.
Rich Swann and Sasha Banks vs. Noam Dar and Alicia Fox Part 1
Fox powers Banks to the mat right away and the runs to the corner and tags Dar. Swann takes him down with a running clothesline. Dar tags Foxy back in as soon as it looks like he is in trouble. She and Banks start throwing punches immediately. Banks locks in the Bank Statement out of nowhere, but Dar pulls his woman's leg to the rope to break the hold. Alicia takes control and mocks Swann with some dancing.
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The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose (IC Title) Part 4
Miz kicks Ambrose's leg several times before locking him in the Figure Four. He makes it to the ropes to break the hold. When The Miz tries again, he gets rolled up for a two count. Ambrose climbs to the top rope, but Miz trips him. Maryse is sitting at ringside because she is nervous for her husband. He begins using Bryan's Yes kicks. Ambrose counters and locks Miz in his own Figure Four. The A-Lister barely makes it to the bottom rope to force a break. Maryse almost causes an accident on the apron, and then Miz tells her to slap him. The ref sees it and knows what she is trying to do, so he boots her from ringside. Miz throws Ambrose into the ref, knocking him out of the ring. He thinks it was on purpose and while they argue, Miz hits his finisher to get the pin and become new IC champion.
The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose (IC Title) Part 3
Miz gets warned for holding Ambrose's hair to take him down. Miz starts to hit Daniel Bryan's trademark running dropkicks in the corner as he gets fired up. He puts an exclamation point on it with a corner clothesline. They each counter the other person's finisher before Ambrose knocks Miz from the top rope to the floor. Dean heads to the top rope and hits a huge elbow to the outside. He starts to build some momentum and hits a fisherman's suplex for a near fall. He gets another two count with a swinging neckbreaker.
The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose (IC Title) Part 2
Ambrose grabs a chair, but the ref tells him to put it down. The distraction allows Miz to hit a clothesline. Ambrose stops Miz from using the chair and the ref turns to see Dean holding it. The chair is tossed away and Ambrose throws Miz back in the ring. Miz DDTs Ambrose on the apron to take control. He ends up hitting another DDT, but can't keep Ambrose down for the three. The A-Lister keeps Ambrose grounded with a submission, but the Lunatic Fringe gets to his feet, only to end up being put back down with a knee to the body and kick to the face.
The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose (IC Title) Part 1
Miz wrenches the arm to start, but Ambrose counters and takes him to the mat. They counter each other back and forth with hammerlocks several times before Miz shoves Ambrose away to piss him off. He pie faces Ambrose, so the champ corners him for some strikes. He is trying to get Ambrose disqualified, and the ref warns him it could happen if he doesn't back off. Dean sends Miz over the top rope and takes him out with a suicide dive.
The IC Title Match Is Up First
The Miz and Maryse are out first for the Intercontinental Championship match with Dean Ambrose. If The Lunatic Fringe gets DQ'd, he loses the title.
It's Time to Get Extreme
We are officially on the air with Extreme Rules. The show opens with a video package hyping the dangerous nature of tonight's matches.
- June 4, 2017
The Show Is About to Begin
We go live with the main show in less than 10 minutes.
Kalisto vs. Apollo Crews Part 2
We return from a break to see Crews hit a suplex. He poses before covering Kalisto for a one count. The Lucha Dragon gets a one count off a roll up, but he ends up being turned inside out by a clothesline. Titus yells at the ref for not counting fast enough. He tells Crews to finish Kalist off. The luchador starts to build some momentum as he uses his quickness to hit a flurry of quick moves. He lines up for the Salida Del Sol, but Crews counters into a suplex. Kalisto rolls him up, but only gets two. Kalisto hits an amazing DDT, and somehow Crews kicks out again. Kalisto springboards right into Apollo's waiting arms for a Samoan drop. A standing shooting star press still can't keep Kalisto down for the count. Crews and Titus get into an argument, which allows Kalisto to hit his finisher and kick Titus off the apron at the same time for the win. WOW! That was great. Both guys looked awesome. Hopefully, someone backstage took notice.
Kalisto vs. Apollo Crews Part 1
Crews takes Kalisto down with a waistlock, but the luchador is quick to counter with an arm drag takedown. Apollo seems hesitant to really go after his former best friend. He wrenches the arm and Kalisto runs the ropes. Crews nails a dropkick for a quick two count. Kalisto hits a beautiful backflip into a headscissor takedown. He sends crews out of the ring and hits a front flip right onto him from the middle rope. He goes to the well one too many times and springs off the ropes right into a dropkick. This match is much better than expected so far.