WWE is often known to plan things very late, and reports of the creative changing plans at the eleventh hour often make their way to the dirtsheets.
WWE’s several plans have been sent up in the air due to the COVID-19 situation, forcing the company to come up with new ideas and please their network subscribers.
According to Ringside News, WWE has still not managed to find a proper script for Sunday’s big PPV. The card for the PPV looks promising with several unique battles and fresh rivalries, but WWE hasn’t figured out a way to go about the show.
The PPV features several gimmick matches, which might be filmed in cinematic style. It was reported earlier today by WrestleVotes that the company has already filmed the Swamp Match between Universal Champion Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt.
The matchup, which didn’t have Strowman’s title on the line, was filmed in Florida. The filming was delayed for some reason, but it was completed on Thursday night.
Extreme Rules will also feature an interesting never-seen-before stipulation matchup between Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler. However, Ringside News reports that the company is yet to figure out the stipulation.
There are no updates on the Eye for an Eye matchup between Rey Mysterio and Seth Rollins, which is rumored to have CGI effects to ensure someone ‘extracts’ an eye. The match will only end when an eye is extracted, which is quite a bold announcement.