WWE Extreme Rules Being Advertised as ‘Horror Show’, Details on Strowman vs Wyatt


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WWE has added the tag-line “Horror Show” to the upcoming Extreme Rules PPV, which is set to take place at the WWE Performance Center on July 19th. The name is seemingly a reference to the reported cinematic match between Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman.

WrestlingInc has revealed more details about the Universal Championship match between the master and the protege, which will feature the return of Wyatt’s Eater of Worlds persona.

The match will feature several spots from the past to the present, similar to how the Firefly Fun House matchup was presented at WrestleMania. It will also have elements from the Boneyard Match but in Bray Wyatt style.

It is said to be a crossover between Terminator and a horror movie, with Wyatt’s ability to revive himself being the main focus. Wyatt is heavily involved in the production along with Jeremy Borash.

Triple H will be involved during the filming, while Michael P Hayes will stay out due to his recent surgery. Hayes was involved in some of the other cinematic matches and will have some input on this one as well.

As of now, only two matches are announced for the show, with Drew McIntyre defending his title against Dolph Ziggler and Asuka taking on Sasha Banks with the RAW Women’s Championship on the line.


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