WWE Extreme Rules Results (4/25) - HHH, Punk, & More!
By Ryan Clark | April 25, 2010 |
Event: WWE Extreme Rules Pay-Per-View
Airdate: Sunday, April 25th, 2010 (Pay-Per-View)
Location: The 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Md.
Results by ProWrestlingSCOOPS.com
“Yes, sir, we promised you a great main event…”
WWE Extreme Rules Opener:
We get out usual video package hyping the main feuds leading into tonight. This package also highlights the fact that many of the matches tonight will feature hardcore stipulations.
The pyro hits and Michael Cole welcomes us to the PPV, asking if we're ready to get Extreme. Cole says tonight every match will be extreme. The bell rings and we go to Justin Robers who announces that the first match will be a street fight. Triple H's music hits but Hunter doesn't actually make it out, and the announcers look confused.
Cut to backstage where Hunter and Sheamus are fighting, and the referees are breaking it up. Hunter is getting the better of Sheamus, but when the refs pull him off, Sheamus hits Hunter with his pipe. Sheamus backs all the refs away, and blasts Hunter again. The refs call for trainers who come in and check on Hunter.
Back out to ringside where Cole explains that that was live, and wondered if it would be a harbinger of things to come. Miz and Show's music hits, and the Unified Tag Team Champions are on their way to the ring.
In the Arena:
Miz takes the mic from Justin Roberts, and he says he guesses the show didn't start off like they thought it would, so let's start it off with some excitement, and the greatest tag team in WWE history, ShowMiz. Miz says don't take his word for it, take Bret Hart's word for it. Hart made a deal with ShowMiz that if Miz beat David Hart Smith, which he did, Hart would have to state that ShowMiz is the best tag team in WWE history. Miz asks everyone to repeat that. Miz says tomorrow night on Raw, Hart will make that statement, and they have no problem proving it, they have lack of competition. Miz says give them anyone, they don't care, give them competition. Miz says Show makes Andre the Giant look like a girl.
Teddy Long's music hits and he's on his way out. He says he's got his hands full with what happened in the back. Long says since they're already out there, he has a match for them, and if Long's selected team wins, they earn a future Tag Team Title match. Miz says if he wanted incompetence, he'd go to an Oriels game. Miz says there's no team in their league. Long says since Miz wants to keep talking, Long has added another team to the mix, and if they beat the first one, they'll face the second. Miz keeps on arguing with Long, and Long adds another team, to Show's dismay. Miz asks if Teddy will make it four, and Show covers Miz's mouth. Long says if they beat all three teams, maybe they deserve their self given label, but if they lose, they'll have to defend their titles tomorrow night on Raw against the winning team. R-Truth's music hits and he's on his way to the ring with John Morrison as part of team number one.
John Morrison and R-Truth vs. ShowMiz
Truth and Morrison get a lot of love on their way to the ring, and Truth gets a lot of love for his 'What's up' schtick.
Miz and Morrison start things out for their respective teams, and Morrison goes right for the roll up, but all it does is make Miz mad. Miz beats on Morrison for a bit, but Morrison comes back with an arm drag and he tags in R-Truth. Truth and Morrison hit a double hip toss. Truth hits Miz and sends him into the ropes, but Miz tags right out to the Big Show. show comes in and hits Truth with a big belly bump, launching Truth across the ring. Show hits a big chop and tags in Miz who comes in and hits a running kick to Truth's face that's good for a near fall. Miz locks in a rear chin lock.