The 2015 WWE Extreme Rules match results are now official! With every championship on the line, and several matches fought with “extreme” stipulations in place, this was yet another exciting pay-per-view for professional wrestling fans. The latest event took place at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey and featured a main event of AJ Styles vs. Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in an Extreme Rules match. Also, a first-ever Asylum Match took place featuring Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose, as well as a Fatal Fourway Match for the Intercontinental Championship.
A total of eight matches took place with one of them on the “Kickoff Show” and the rest on the main pay-per-view via WWE Network. Below are the quick results for all of the big matches from the 2016 edition of the Extreme Rules PPV.
- Baron Corbin def. Dolph Ziggler via pinfall in a No DQ match (pre-show).
- Gallows & Anderson def. The Usos via pinfall in a Texas Tornado tag match.
- Rusev def. Kalisto via submission to become new WWE United States Champion.
- The Miz def. Cesaro via pinfall in a Fatal Fourway to retain the Intercontinental title.
- New Day def. The Vaudevillians via pinfall to retain the WWE Tag Team titles.
- Dean Ambrose def. Chris Jericho via pinfall in an Asylum Match.
- Charlotte def. Natalya via submission to retain the WWE Women’s Championship.
- Roman Reigns def. AJ Styles via pinfall to retain the WWE World Heavyweight title.
Of note, Ric Flair did not appear at ringside for Charlotte’s match, but Dana Brooke showed up on stage dressed as The Nature Boy at one point to distract Natalya. She came to the ring apron and got into it with Natalya, which eventually led to Nattie getting attacked from behind by Charlotte and put into the Figure Eight. The biggest surprise of the night came at the end of the main event. Just after Roman Reigns had won the Extreme Rules match to retain his championship, Seth Rollins came into the ring and delivered a Pedigree on Reigns. The pay-per-view ended with Rollins picking up the championship belt and holding it overhead.
To get more info on how the matches played out, check below: