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WWE: Extreme Rules 2010

A professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

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  • Jun 6, 2010
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This ppv right here was just very good, this had some very nice matches and i ws very pleased to see the turn out.

Tag Team Gauntlet match for a Future Tag Team Championship match
ShoMiz vs. R-Truth & John Morrison, Mark Henry & MVP, and the Hart Dynasty
This was actually a nice opening match. This only happened because Miz kept running his mouth after what had happened with Triple H and Sheamus in the back and Teddy kept warning him to shut his yap. Well, this was pretty solid, but had nothing really special until the Hart Dynasty came in with Bret. Each of the three matches had it's short times, but had nothing. 3/5

If CM Punk loses, he gets his head shaved
CM Punk vs. Rey Mysterio
This was actually a very good match, both highflying styles clash very nicely in the ring and always put on a good match. The only bad match between each other was just their Wrestlemania 26 match. That was about eight minuets, until this match here was a very nice 15 minuet match. Each had it's hardcore moments, with Punks domination at times, and the S.E.S moments, with the masked man to cost Rey the match and let Punk keep his hair, well, for another month anyway. 4.5/5

Strap match
JTG vs. Shad
I really have nothing good to say about this match. This was another match that i thought would suck other than the Extreme makeover match. Really, i don't get the stip to this match really at all, and thought why they even put this match on the card. 2/5

Extreme Rules match for the World Heavyweight championship
Jack Swagger vs. Randy Orton
This match was actually way better than i thought the out come would be. This didn't have many weapons, like what hitman pointed out, but they had some very nice, and brutal trash can, and chair shots. This had two huge RKO moments with one on a chair, and one on the outside. These two put on, again i say, a pretty nice match for their small rivalry. Like Hitman also said that he has a little more respect for swagger, well, i agree with that. Swagger beat orton without any help from outside interference, or like that, so i gotta give him some props for beatin orton. 4/5

Street Fight
Sheamus vs. Triple H
This was just from earlier that night, Triple H getting his butt whooped backstage by Sheamus with kicks and a pipe, he was dominated by sheamus practically from the start, but he did get some nice, hard shots from a kendo stick in. But, sheamus got about four kicks on the game and finally pinned him at about 15 minuets in. This was just a totally slug fest and never lived up to expectations at all. 3/5

Extreme Makeover for the Womans championship
Michelle McCool vs. Beth Phoenix
This one wasn't even watchable. 1/5

Steel Cage
Edge vs. Chris Jericho
Wow, these two always put on very nice matches, and this one took the cake for the ppv. These two put on a very good match. Their match at Wrestlemania 26 was very good, but with the addition of the steel cage, these guys put on a match. This had it's moments like Jericho being a idiot and going back inside the cage after he already escaped and was on the steps, but other than that, all of Jericho's escape failures, and don't get me started on the codebreaker from the second rope. This was a very good match as i pointed out and had some very nice action to make up from the slow opening. 4.5/5

Last Man Standing match for the WWE championship
John Cena vs. Batista
This of course was the match of the night. These guys put on one of the best matches i had seen in a while. The match was just a weapon fest and was very hardcore and brutal. Some of the hardcore moments were the three table spots, the barricade moment, and other moments that you will have to see for yourself. But, i really liked the length and the great action in here and was very satisfied with the turn out, and the coward ending to the match, with the duct tape and a pretty big win. This was the best out of the three match series of the cena/batista ppv rivalry for the title. 5/5

Like hitman said, PICK THIS FREAKIN PPV UP!!!!!!!!!!

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June 11, 2010
Yeah man this was a good event, I don't know why but I love Sheamus
 
June 07, 2010
sounds pretty interesting tho I heard that the Cena Batista match was kinda weak. Nice work!
 
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More WWE: Extreme Rules 2010 reviews
review by . August 13, 2011
GREAT SEEING BRET HART
      WWE   EXTREME RULES 2010      Spoilers      The opening bout was supposed to be Triple H against Sheamus in the street fight but they brawl backstage so it must be postponed. So The Miz and Big Show make their way to the ring after this and The Miz goes off on how he and Show are the greatest tag team ever. He also speaks on a situation that happened with the great Bret hart, Teddy Long goes out after this and announces …
Quick Tip by . August 13, 2011
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A really good event with some good matches but I just love seeing Bret hart any time he comes back. Over all a good event I recommend buying the 2 pack with the previous year's Extreme Rules.
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i am a big wwe fan. my favorite wrestlers are undertaker, triple h, and edge. Some of my other interests are Anime(dragonball z), and basketball cards. But i am a huge wwe, tna, and ecw/wcw fan.
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Extreme Rules (2010) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), which took place on April 25, 2010 at the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. It was sponsored by KFC[5] This was the sixth show in the One Night Stand/Extreme Rules event lineage, and the second to be referred to as Extreme Rules.[2] There were eight matches scheduled on the event's card.

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