WWE The Horror Show at Extreme Rules Results – July 19, 2020

WWE The Horror Show at Extreme Rules Results - July 19, 2020

Scott Stanford and Peter Rosenberg welcome us to the pre-show. Stanford said that tonight is going to be especially horrific.

Someone is going to leave without some vision, we are told. Hopefully they don’t mean the creative team!

They ran down the lineup for the PPV.

They aired a video feature on The Swamp Fight.

Renee Young, JBL and Booker T, via Zoom, discussed The Swamp Fight. This would be Young’s first appearance since announcing she was stricken with COVID-19. Booker picked Bray. JBL said Braun would win.

The New Day cut a promo. They have been working at becoming “one” with Tables and brought in D-Von Dudley as their mentor who has been teaching them the way of the Table. Dudley was in full Dudley regalia. They said he was the brains of the Dudleys and broke 10 million tables. They asked him the secret of success for the Table Match. He said it was simple – put your opponents through a table. It was a nice cameo for D-Von, who works as a Producer.

They aired a video feature on Sasha Banks and Bayley.

Charly Caruso interviewed MVP and Bobby Lashley. Even if Apollo Crews is 100%, he has to deal with MVP, the greatest United States Champion. He spent a mint having the new U.S. title made. All he wanted to do was mentor him, but Crews didn’t want to have it. After he’s done with Crews, he and Lashley will be going to an after-party while Crews ponders his lack of wisdom. It’s not smart to disrespect them. Good promo.

They aired a video feature on the Eye for an Eye match between Rey Mysterio and Seth Rollins.

Kevin Owens vs. Murphy

The bell rings and Murphy quickly charges but Owens avoids it and unloads with offense into the corner. Murphy kicks Owens and stuns him to one knee. Owens comes back with a big right hand and more. They trade punches and kicks in the middle of the ring now. Murphy blocks a second Stunner attempt and drops Owens with a flying knee for a 2 count.

More back and forth between the two. Murphy applies a Sleeper to slow Owens down as the crowd rallies. Owens rams Murphy back into the corner and breaks free. Murphy comes off the second rope but Owens kicks him and drops him with a DDT but they’re both down and Owens is slow to recover, failing to make the cover. They both get up and Owens ducks a clothesline. Owens with an inverted Atomic Drop and a huge clothesline to turn Murphy inside out. Owens goes for the senton but Murphy gets his knees up.

Murphy misses a splash in the corner. Owens slams him face-first into the top turnbuckle. Owens with the corner cannonball for a pop and a close 2 count. Owens with a big chop in the corner, and another. Owens takes Murphy back to the top and chops him. Owens climbs up for a superplex but it’s blocked. Murphy rocks Owens and sends him to the mat. Murphy follows up with a flying Meteora for a close 2 count. Murphy is slow to capitalize and Owens rocks him with a right hand. Owens catches a kick and kicks Murphy on the thigh. Murphy blocks a Pop-Up Powerbomb and a superkick. Owens keeps fighting but Murphy drops him with big knees. Murphy with a Brainbuster for a close 2 count in the middle of the ring.

Murphy ends up beating Owens down in the corner. Murphy takes Owens to the top for a superplex but Owens resists. Owens headbutts Murphy to the mat. Murphy comes back with a kick to the face. Murphy climbs back up for a superplex but Owens continues to resist. Owens sends Murphy to the mat on his face. Owens hits a huge springboard moonsault for a close 2 count. Murphy rolls to the apron. Owens comes for him but gets dropped over the top rope neck-first. Murphy goes to the top but has to roll through. Owens comes right back with a superkick and then the Stunner for the pin to win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

Renee Young, Booker T and JBL returned to discuss Asuka vs. Sasha Banks tonight. Booker said Sasha is an extraordinary talent and her tandem with Bayley is a lethal combination. Booker and JBL both predict Asuka will be victorious tonight.

They plugged Randy Orton vs. Big Show on Raw tomorrow.

They air a video feature on Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler tonight.

Extreme Rules Opener:

WWE’s 2020 “The Horror Show at Extreme Rules” pay-per-view opens up with a video package for tonight’s matches.

– We’re live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida on a slight tape delay as Michael Cole welcomes us to “The Horror Show at Extreme Rules” pay-per-view. He’s joined by Corey Graves. The WWE NXT developmental trainees cheer from the crowd.

Tables Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. The New Day

We go right to the ring and out first come SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day – Big E and Kofi Kingston. There are tables all over the arena. Cole says this match is presented by Snickers and Dollar General. Greg Hamilton does the ring introductions. Out next is Cesaro. He stops on the stage and waits for his partner – Shinsuke Nakamura. They head to the ring together.

The bell sounds and as Cole and Graves explain on commentary, there are no tags in this match unlike a regular bout, and that is evident straight out of the gate as all four men collide in the middle of the ring like an old-school XFL kick off.

The bell rings and both teams start brawling. Cesaro takes Kofi to one corner and Nakamura takes Big E to the other. They take turns on the champs but The New Day quickly turns it around high impact moves for a pop from the crowd. Kofi and Big E bring the first table into the ring but the challengers stop them at ringside. Cesaro sends Kofi into the Plexiglas barrier. Big E fights Nakamura off and sends him into the barrier. Big E whips Kofi into Nakamura, dropping him with a dropkick into the barrier. Cesaro gets a low dropkick next, into the steel steps while he’s down next to them.

Kofi sends Cesaro face-first into the barrier while Big E stands a table up on the floor. Kofi unloads on Cesaro with strikes and a headbutt. Big E rocks Cesaro next. Big E puts Cesaro on his shoulders. Kofi looks to jump from the apron to put Cesaro through the ringside table but Nakamura makes the save and levels Kofi with a big kick. Cesaro drops Big E on the floor and slams the steps on him. Kofi gets double teamed in the ring now after Nakamura stands a table up.

They take Kofi to the top and work him over with strikes. They look to double superplex Kofi through the table but Big E makes the save, knocking Cesaro to the floor. Big E is ready to powerbomb Nakamura through the table as Kofi climbs to the top but Nakamura fights free. Cesaro presses Kofi high on the apron but Kofi slides down. Big E runs the ropes and hits a big Spear, sending Cesaro from the apron to the floor for a pop. Kofi kicks Nakamura from the apron to the floor. Big E drags a table to the bottom of the ramp now. Kofi works Cesaro over, then places him on top of the table. The champs return to the ring while Cesaro is still down on the table on the outside. Kofi runs the ropes and Big E launches him out but he flies into a table that Nakamura and Cesaro are holding up. They keep control of Kofi on the outside now. They go to double suplex Kofi through the table but Big E makes the save again. Big E gets double teamed on the apron now.

Nakamura and Cesaro work over Big E in the ring. Nakamura with a sliding knee to put him back down. The crowd rallies as Nakamura stands a table up at ringside. Kofi goes to the top and flies to the floor with a crossbody, taking Nakamura back down. Big E launches Cesaro across the ring. Kofi stomps on Nakamura at ringside while Big E stomps on Cesaro in the corner.

The New Day has two tables stacked up at ringside now. Big E looks to superplex Cesaro through them but Nakamura makes the save. Kofi comes in and stops Nakamura. Cesaro rocks Big E up top. Kofi gets sent to the floor by Nakamura. Cesaro sends Big E to the mat, not through the table on the floor. Nakamura saves Cesaro from the Big Ending. Cesaro hits the Swing to Big E, into a Nakamura kick. Big E takes the challengers down. Here comes Kofi with more offense. Kofi sends Nakamura to the floor into a table but the edge, not through it. More offense by The New Day. Kofi brings Cesaro back in with lefts and rights in the corner. Kofi takes Cesaro to the top and looks down at the double tables on the floor. Cesaro counters. Nakamura assists with a kick. Nakamura helps re-position as Cesaro powers Kofi up from the top, putting him through the double tables on the floor with a huge powerbomb to win the titles.

Winners and New SmackDown Tag Team Champions: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, the new champs celebrate and stand tall as the music hits. We go to replays. Cesaro and Nakamura show off the titles at the announce table, wanting their respect now.

– Backstage, Alexa Bliss was leaping an affirmation with Asuka, Kairi Sane and Nikki Cross, promising that Cross can beat Bayley tonight.

WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Nikki Cross (with Alexa Bliss)

The bell rings, and they lock up. Bayley powers her to the corner and swipes her face. They circle the ring again, and Cross applies a waistlock. Bayley quickly powers her off and poses. They lock up, and Cross powers her to the corner before punching her down. Cross quickly hits a snap swinging neckbreaker for a near fall. Bayley immediately gets out of the ring. Cross hits a wrecking ball dropkick and DDTs her on the floor! Cross gets Bayley in the ring and hits a cross-body block for a near fall. Cross goes back to the top rope for another cross-body block for another near fall. Cross heads to the top rope again, but Bayley gets out of the ring. Cross then charges off the apron and hits Bayley with a cross-body block on the floor.

Bayley quickly drives her into the apron and slams her into the plexiglass. Bayley chokes her on the ropes before dropping an elbow for a two count. Cross pushes Bayley back, but Bayley slams her into the corner. Bayley shoulders her before hitting a snapmare for a one count. Bayley then applies a chin lock.

Cross fights out, but Bayley puts her in the apron and punches away at her. Bayley talks some trash, and Cross crawls under the ring before appearing on the other side. Bayley goes for a baseball slide, but Cross gets her in the apron and attacks. Cross snaps her off the ropes and hits a Bayley back elbow. Cross takes Bayley down and applies a crossface. Bayley powers out and hits Bayley-To-Belly for a near fall.

Bayley is furious and punches away at Cross. Bayley knees her in the face and puts her on the top rope. Bayley hits a superplex for a near fall. Bayley argues with the referee, and Cross rolls her up for a near fall. Bayley quickly takes her down and kicks her out of the ring. Bayley hugs Banks before going for a sliding dropkick on Cross. Cross blocks it and drives her into the ring post. They get in the ring, and Cross hits her with a reverse DDT. They take some time to recover before Cross hits some clotheslines and a dropkick. Cross avalanches her in the corner and hits a running bulldog. Cross goes to the top rope and dives, but Bayley moves. Cross lands on her feet and hits a neckbreaker for a near fall. Cross is furious. Cross hits a pair of back suplexes for a near fall. Cross goes to the top rope, but Bayley knocks her off for a near fall. Bayley charges, but she hits the turnbuckle headfirst when Cross moves. Cross goes outside and hangs her off the apron for a twisting neckbreaker on the floor!

Cross gets her in the ring and clotheslines her down for a two count. Cross takes her down. Sasha Banks slides her Boss brass knuckles in the ring and distracts the referee. Bayley punches Cross in the midsection and gives her a facebuster for the win.

Winner: Bayley

After the match, Bayley and Banks stand tall together as the music hits. We go to replays. Banks and Bayley head to the stage and pose as we see Cross trying to recover in the ring.

– We go an episode of the Firefly Funhouse with Bray Wyatt dressed like an old horror movie host. What, they couldn’t book Svengoolie? He said he was going to show us the most disgusting, scary footage ever. They showed the Smackdown Karaoke for a moment. He then said it was going to be the footage of the Swamp Fight when his monster, Braun Strowman, comes home.

– They announced the WWE United States title bout would not take place as Apollo Crews did not pass a pre-match physical due to an injury suffered against MVP. They are saying Lashley putting him in a full nelson last month led to a bulging disc, even though he was willing to compete.

In the Arena:

MVP and Bobby Lashley came to the ring.

We see Lashley’s recent Full Nelson to Crews. They say Crews has a bulging disc from that Full Nelson, and he is unable to compete tonight. MVP and Lashley joke about the injury to Crews. MVP mentions a win by forfeit. He goes to ringside and brings the title belt in. Lashley assists and MVP now wears the title around his waist. MVP declares himself the new champion but no announcement is made by Mike Rome. MVP’s music hits as he makes his exit with Lashley. Crews is still the champion but MVP is acting as if he won the title by forfeit. The boos continue as Lashley and MVP pose on the stage before heading to the back.

Eye For an Eye Match: Seth Rollins vs. Rey Mysterio

Seth Rollins pulled plyaers out of his ring jacket. Well, that’s one way to pluck an eyeball!

Rey snuck in and attacked Seth from behind wioth a dropkick. No Dominick with him. Rollins went right after the healthy eye of Misterio, ripping at it through the mask. Rey had the brightest yellow outfit EVER. Rey nailed a rana into the buckles and grabbed the plyers. Seth tried to escape. Rey pulled a tool box from under the ring and grabbed a piece of rebar, but Rollins nailed him with a kendo stick.

Rey went for a standing moonsault off the ropes but was caught and bounced back to the outside. Rey drilled him and set up for the 619 but Rollins kicked him off and tried to run Rey into the corner. Rey elbowed him to escape. Rey went for a rana to the floor but Rollins held onto him and nailed a Falcon Arrow on the outside of the ring apron. That was a crazy spot.

Rollins tore at Rey’s left eye. He yelled, “I’m gonna get that eye!” Rollins swung at Rey with the rebar but Mysterio ducked and he nailed the ringpost. He followed up and nailed Rey in the mid-section. He grabbed Rey and tried to force his face into the corner of the ring steps. Rey nailed a low blow to escape but was shoved backwards into the ring barricade.

Rey was tossed back in the ring. Seth tried to grind the kendo stick into Rey (think Magnum TA vs. Tully Blanchard at Starrcade ’85) but Rey fought him off. Rollins tossed him to the floor and grabbed a chair. He tried to force the leg of the chair into Rey’s face. Rey fought him back and grabbed the chair, drilling Seth in the mid-section. Rollins kicked him off and grabbed a spike out of the tool box. Who owns this box? Kevin Sullivan? Rey avoided and sent Seth into the corner of the announcers’ table.

Now it was Rey going for Seth’s eye with the chair. He dug into the tool box but that allowed Rollins to smack him across the back with the chair. Rollins grabbed tag ropes from the box and began tying Rey’s arms to the bottom rope. He trapped one arm but Rey fought back and used a head scissor with his leg to send Rollins into the ring post. Rey freed himself.

Seth cut Rey off and drilled him with the kendo stick. He placed the stick on the corner and wanted to run Rey into it but Rey saved himself and nailed a seated senton off the ropes. He ascended to the top turnbuckle and nailed the frog splash. Rey kicked at Rollins’ eye. Rey went for a Code Red but Rollins caught him and flipped him up into a flapjack variation. Mysterio came back to block a move and nailed a tornado DDT off the ropes. Rey went for the kendo stick but Seth nailed him. He grabbed Rey in an Electric Chair position but Rey throttled him in the face with the stick and nailed two sunset flip powerbombs into the barricade.

Rey broke the kendo stick over his knee and dug it into Seth’s eye. Rollins covered his face and rolled around on the mat, shoving away the referee. He nailed Seth with a 619. Seth went to the floor. Rey went for him but Rollins grabbed him and tried to force his face into the corner of the ring steps. Rey pushed back and stomped on Seth. Rey grabbed Seth and forced his eye into the corner of the ringpost. Rollins kicked him low. Rollins recovered and superkicked Rey, who was leaning against the barricade, in the face.

Rollins nailed the stomp on the floor. He told Rey that he did this to himself and tried to bring him back to the ring steps. Rey desperately tried to save himself but Rollins overpowered him and ground the same bad eye into the ring step. Mysterio screamed in pain, black out, and then began screaming for help. The announcers said the eye was out but thankfully we didn’t have to see it (well, actually we saw something).

Winner: Seth Rollins

After the bell, a trainer and referee check on Rey, along with his son Dominick. We see Rollins off to the side throwing up near the ramp. The trainer, official and Dominick quickly escort Rey up the ramp and to the back, with a towel held over his eye. The crowd starts pounding on the Plexiglas at Rollins, chanting what sounds like “Shame!” at him. Rollins limps away, looking disturbed and concerned.


Kayla Braxton interviewed Bayley. She said she was a huge fan of Rey Mysterio growing up. She said that she wanted to tell him that he wasn’t seeing double vision because she’s still Bayley Dos Belts. That was funny. She introduced Sasha Banks. Bayley cut a great self-serving promo about how great they were. Banks promised she was about to become Two Belt Banks.

RAW Women’s Championship: Asuka vs. Sasha Banks

They locked up and went back and forth. Asuka drilled her with a kick to the head and nailed a series of strikes. Sasha caught him and powered her down to the mat, trying to force a pinfall via a test of strength. Asuka bridged up but Banks drilled her with a knee to the mid-section. Asuka maneuvered her into a Fujiwara armbar but Banks made it to the ropes to force the break.

Asuka nailed a hip attack and sent Banks to the floor. She went to toss Banks back into the ring but she spun around on the apron and kicked Asuka in the head. Banks went for a sunset flip powerbomb but was kicked in the face and nailed with a knee to the head. Back in the ring, Banks cut off Asuka and controlled her on the mat with an armbar while also manipulating her fingers. Sasha continued to control her while working over both arms. Sasha worked her over in the corner. Asuka fired back but was caught with a double knee strike to the ribs. Sasha nailed a double knee strike again but Asuka kicked up at the last second.

Asuka finally fought back but was caught with a head scissors and driven into the turnbuckles. They battled to the apron outside, where they teased suplexing each other down to the floor. Banks charged Asuka, drilling her into the barricades like a powerbomb. Back in the ring, Banks nailed a big frog splash from the top and locked on the Bank Statement but Asuka fought to the ropes to break it. Sasha began trash talking her but that only served to ignite her fire as Asuka wailed away on her.

They battled on the apron and Asuka muscled her backwards into a bridging suplex for a two count. She then drilled Sasha with a stiff German suplex and a running knee strike for a two count. Asuka began beating her with kicks to the chest, followed by another German suplex. Asuka went for a dropkick but missed. Banks drilled her and covered her for a near fall. They went back and forth with great near falls, beating the heck out of each other along the way. They fired back and forth with forearms.

Asuka snatched her in the Asuka Lock. Bayley got on the apron but Kairi grabbed her and pulled her down. Bayley nailed her with the Bayley to Belly. Asuka was distracted briefly but when they were done with their exchange, Asuka cinched in the Asuka Lock. Bayley tossed one of her titles in so the referee missed that Banks tapped.

Asuka breaks the hold and drops Bayley with a kick to the head, which the referee sees.

Banks grabs one of the belts to use it but the referee yells at her and grabs it. The referee and Banks have words. Asuka approaches from behind and sprays green mist as Banks turns around, but Banks ducks and the mist hits the referee in the face. Bayley comes from behind at Asuka but the referee is blinded. Bayley rips the referee’s t-shirt off and puts it on, sending him to the floor. Banks covers Asuka and Bayley covers for the 3 count. Bayley yells for the timekeeper to ring the bell. She goes to ringside and threatens him, so he rings the bell. Bayley grabs the RAW Women’s Title and takes it over to Banks on the floor. They celebrate as the boos get louder. Asuka isn’t happy. Banks’ music hits as we go to replays.

No Contest, maybe

After the replays, Banks and Bayley head to the back together with all the gold. There is no official announcement on the finish.

– Charly is backstage with an update on Rey Mysterio. She says he is being treated at a local facility for the eye injury, and it looks like he may be able to retain his vision.

– We get a video package for tonight’s WWE Title match.

WWE Title Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Drew McIntyre

We go to the ring for tonight’s WWE Title match as Dolph Ziggler is out. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre is out before Rome does formal ring introductions. Ziggler takes the mic and says Drew made a big mistake by letting him pick the stipulation after signing the contract for the match. Ziggler finally announces the stipulation – Extreme Rules… for Ziggler only. Also, Ziggler will win the title if McIntyre walks away or gets disqualified. Drew looks on, maybe a bit concerned or not, and then hands the title off to the referee.

The match begins and here we go. Ziggler tries to go for a weapon early on but Drew keeps control early on. Drew brings it back in and waits for a Claymore but Dolph escapes to the floor. Dolph cannot be counted out. Drew follows and Dolph goes for his eyes. Ziggler brings a steel chair in but Drew catches it. Drew has to throw it to the floor as he cannot use it. Drew blocks the superkick and overpowers Ziggler some, launching him with a huge overhead suplex. Drew works Ziggler over on the outside and then brings it back in.

Drew ends up leveling Ziggler over the top with a huge clothesline. Drew follows and Ziggler counters, sending him into the ring post and then the barrier. Ziggler sends Drew back into the post as the referee counts. Ziggler pulls a table from under the ring. Drew makes it back in at the 7 count. Drew goes back out and lifts Ziggler for a long vertical suplex. He looks to possibly put Ziggler through the table but he has to move and drop Dolph on the floor instead. They bring it back in and Drew hits a big sitdown powerbomb for a close 2 count.

Drew takes his time and talks some trash to Ziggler while he’s down. Ziggler gets up and kicks Drew with a low blow but it’s legal for Ziggler. The crowd boos him. Ziggler goes back out and brings several steel chairs in the ring.

Ziggler beat McIntyre over and over but Drew kicked up. Drew went to the floor. Ziggler dove off the apron but was caught and sent with a throw painfully into the announcer’s table, bouncing over. It was a rough bump. Drew teased a belly to belly off the table but Ziggler blocked it and nailed a Famouser off the table. McIntyre is almost counted out but makes it in at the nine count.

Drew made a comeback but missed a clothesline off the top. Ziggler jumped on his back, locking in a sleeper. Drew grabbed the ropes but it didn’t matter because of the Extreme Rules stip for Ziggler. Drew was fading but finally flipped Ziggler over. Drew charged but Ziggler moved and Drew hit the post shoulder-first. Ziggler sent him into the other post but Drew nailed a big clothesline. Both men were down and rolled to the floor. Ziggler was sent into the Plexiglass.

Back in the ring, Drew nailed the Alabama Slam. He set up for the Claymore kick but Ziggler drilled him in the leg with a chair and snapped him with the ZigZag for a close two count. They went back to the floor, where Ziggler superkicked the Champion. Drew was placed on the table. Ziggler nailed a flying elbowdrop off the top through the table on the floor. Drew staggered and fell but made it in before the ten count. Ziggler screamed in frustration that it wasn’t the end of Drew.

Ziggler was drilled with the Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew went for Futureshock but Ziggler kicked his leg out and nailed the Fameasser. Drew kicked up. Ziggler set up for Sweet Chin Music but Drew caught him with a surprise Claymore Kick for the pin.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew’s music hits as he is handed the WWE Title. Drew yells out and raises the title as we go to replays. Drew stands tall and raises the title in the air as the crowd cheers him on.

– They officially announced Summerslam for Sunday 8/23. It will be at the PC, as we’ve reported.

Wyatt Swamp Fight: Bray Wyatt vs. Braun Strowman

Braun Strowman pulls up in a car. Bray is socially distancing from the world, rocking in a chair. Strowman said he was home.

Wyatt, still sitting down, just laughs. We go to black for a second and come back to just Strowman. Wyatt’s chair is moving but he’s not there. Strowman sees a sign on a tree that warns anyone who enters. Strowman smashes the rocking chair against a tree and we hear Wyatt’s laughs in the distance.

We hear some pigs squealing as Strowman apparently has flashbacks. He fights off a mystery masked attacker. Strowman yells out for Wyatt to show his damn face. A shovel hits Strowman in the back and he goes down. Strowman looks terrified as he sees himself standing above him, wearing the black sheep mask and holding the shovel. Strowman looks up from the ground as the other Strowman smashes him in the face with a shovel. Strowman comes to and he’s chained up in the house now for more wackiness. We see the swamp version of Wyatt walking outside, lantern in hand, as his music plays in the background. Wyatt walks into the room where Strowman is chained to a chair. Wyatt laughs and welcomes Strowman home, asking what he thinks about Wyatt’s changes to the house. Strowman says he hates Wyatt. Wyatt taunts Strowman while he’s chained to the chair. Wyatt plays some mind games and grabs Strowman, yelling at him that he is not Strowman’s enemy. Wyatt goes on about how people have invaded and turned against them, but they can come together and be the ones standing after everyone else falls, after governments and the rest of the world fall. Strowman says he’s sending Wyatt straight back to hell.

Wyatt goes on with the cryptic talk, saying Strowman is the weapon and he is the hand that controls it. Wyatt has to destroy the monster Strowman has become. Strowman doesn’t care what happens, he will never go back to doing Wyatt’s dirty work. A woman appears with a snake now. Wyatt tells Strowman not to be afraid. This mystery woman could be Sister Abigail? The snake attacks Strowman. He comes to and now he’s outside near a fire. He’s fighting off mystery men in black, including one very average looking guy swinging an axe. Wyatt takes it and beats the man down. The man catches fire and runs around as Strowman laughs.

We hear a woman’s voice, telling Strowman to come home. It’s Alexa Bliss in black, with a hood over her head. She’s telling Strowman that he’s always wanted to be with her, this can be their home together if he just comes home. Strowman approaches the image of Bliss but Wyatt attacks him from it. Strowman apparently gets the upperhand and knocks Wyatt into a small white boat. The boat starts riding out into a lake with Wyatt laid out in it. Strowman smiles and walks away from the lake. He stops and looks back at the boat, confused. The boat is now coming back to the dock. Strowman walks out into the water, up to his waist. He goes to the boat and it’s empty. No Wyatt.

Wyatt comes from the side and drops Strowman with a shovel to the head. They brawl in the water with Wyatt beating Strowman and holding him down, as we see flashes of alligators. Strowman eventually pulls himself up to the dock, struggling to breathe. He’s laying on the dock now as a female voice laughs. Wyatt attacks on the dock. Strowman fights back but Wyatt beats him down with some sort of stick. Wyatt screams out. Wyatt says look what you made me do. Strowman gets up as Wyatt has his back turned. Wyatt turns around and laughs at him. Wyatt tries to swing the stick but Strowman knocks him into the water.

Strowman kneels down at the water and apparently doesn’t see Wyatt. Strowman nods and says it’s over. He keeps looking around the surface of the water until Wyatt’s arm comes up from out of the water, applying the Mandible Claw to pull Strowman into the water. There’s a struggle. It looks like Wyatt comes back up out of the water for a second, struggling to breathe or get out. Wyatt is pulled back under and all is calm. The water then turns blood red and starts bubbling. The Fiend returns, coming out of the water and staring straight at the camera now. We hear Wyatt laughing in the background. WWE’s “The Horror Show at Extreme Rules” pay-per-view goes off the air as The Fiend growls, “Let me in!”


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