WWE Extreme Rules Results (4/29/12) – New IC Champion, Layla Returns & Wins Divas Championship, Cena Beats Lesnar

Tables Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Big Show © vs. Cody Rhodes

We get footage of the wheel being spun earlier to determine the stipulation of the match. It was determined to be a tables match. Cody Rhodes blames Teddy for the match, since he spun the wheel.

The entrances:

Big Show is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and the champion doesn’t get much of a reaction from the crowd, but what he does get is positive. Cody Rhodes is out next, and he looks at some of the tables lining the entranceway on the way down.

The start:

The bell rings and Show attacks, taking Cody into the corner and beating him down. Show hits Cody with a nasty chop to the chest before back dropping him way up into the air. Cody drops out of the ring to the floor, and Show follows. Show hits Cody with another big chop to the chest.

Mid-match notes:

Show grabs a table and sets it up on the outside. Show shoulders Cody, but Rhodes fights out and hits a chop block. Show shoves Rhodes into the barricade, and hits him with another chop to the chest before picking him up and whipping him back toward the ringside area. Show rolls Rhodes into the ring and grabs a table, sliding it in and heading in afterwards. Show props the table up in the corner and turns around. Show tries to send Rhodes through the table, but Rhodes plants off of it and hits the disaster kick. Show responds by getting up and hitting a shoulder block that sends Rhodes to the outside.

Show heads out and whips Cody into the barricade before chopping his chest and sending him back into the ring. Cody bails out on the other side and grabs a table. Show follows and stops him, but Cody gets in a couple of shots, only to be laid out by Show. Show sends Rhodes back into the ring and grabs another table, bringing it into the ring before heading back in himself.

The finish:

Rhodes hits Show with a dropkick and Show drops down, putting his foot through a table. The ref calls for the bell and Show looks stunned.

Winner: and NEW WWE Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes

Show heads back into the ring and hits Rhodes with a spear while he’s celebrating. Show sets up a table in the middle of the ring and grabs Cody around the throat. Show picks him up and hits a chokeslam, sending Rhodes through the table.

Show starts to head to the back, but he stops himself. Show picks up Rhodes and presses him over his head, tossing him over the ropes, to the outside, and through yet another table. Show heads out to the back, looking furious.

Rhodes is slow to recover, but he shrugs off help, and grabs his title, heading to the back under his own power.

Matt Striker is backstage with Daniel Bryan. Bryan says that teachers like Striker are why the American education system has fallen. Bryan says he gets more chicks than Sheamus. His beard is better. His stomach isn’t weight down by corned beef. He’s better in every way imaginable. Bryan says Sheamus is like the Chicago crowd. Overrated and unimaginative. Bryan says he’ll become the two time World Heavyweight Champion tonight before heading off screaming ‘Yes!’ the whole way. As he walks off, AJ is shown looking on.

2-out-of-3 Falls Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
- Sheamus © vs. Daniel Bryan

We get a video package of the events, starting at WrestleMania, that have led up to this match.

The entrances:

Daniel Bryan is the first man out to the ring, and despite insulting the crowd just a couple of minutes ago, the crowd seems to be behind him, chanting ‘Yes!’ for him. Although there are some boos sprinkled in there. Sheamus is out next, and the Irishman gets a fair amount of boos from the crowd. Sheamus is out wearing a t-shirt that says ’18 seconds’.

The start:

The bell rings, and the first fall begins. We get a lock up, and Sheamus locks in a head lock. Bryan fights it off, but falls to a shoulder block. Another lockup, and Sheamus takes Bryan down to the mat. Sheamus goes for a bicycle kick, but Bryan bails into the ropes, forcing Sheamus to back off. Bryan works over Sheamus’ arm, taking him down to his knees, but Sheamus fights back, taking him down and burying his knee in Bryan’s shoulder.

Mid-match notes:

Bryan goes behind Sheamus, but Sheamus turns it around. Sheamus hits another shoulder block. Sheamus shoulders Bryan and connects with a rolling senton for a near fall. Bryan goes for something, but Sheamus rolls through and locks in a Texas cloverleaf. Bryan makes it into the ropes to force a break. Sheamus pulls Bryan back into the ring, but ends up in a small package for two. Sheamus connects with a clothesline before slamming Bryan head first into the corner. Sheamus chokes Bryan with his boot before whipping him across the ring. Bryan back flips over Sheamus and connects with a nice clothesline.

Sheamus bails to the apron and Bryan kicks him to the outside. Bryan heads to the apron and leaps off but he’s caught by Sheamus and slammed hard into the ringside barricade. Sheamus sends Bryan back into the ring and he goes to the top, but Bryan hits the ropes and crotches Sheamus. Bryan kicks away at Sheamus, stomping at his knee.

Bryan drops his knee into Sheamus’ face a couple of times before locking in a hammerlock. Sheamus holds on to the hammerlock with his knee, and grabs Sheamus’ other arm, stretching it back hard, and standing on it with his foot, pinning Sheamus for two. Bryan continues to work over the arm, but Sheamus fights up to his feet and out of the hold. Bryan catches Sheamus with a knee to the stomach, then a low dropkick for a one count.

Bryan stands on Sheamus’ head before kicking at him. Bryan hits Sheamus with a European uppercut. Sheamus tries to come back, but he’s rolled up by Bryan. Bryan hits another uppercut before choking Sheamus in the ropes. Bryan tells the ref he has until 5!

Bryan continues the arm work, grounding Sheamus and putting on another hammerlock. Sheamus fights back up to his feet and elbows his way out of the hold again, but Bryan kicks him and hits another uppercut. Bryan runs into a clothesline, then eats a spear in the corner, and a running knee lift. Bryan rolls out to the apron. Sheamus grabs his arms and hits a series of clubbing blows to Bryan’s chest. Sheamus pulls Bryan back into the ring and hits a fall away slam for a two count.

Bryan fights out of a hold from Sheamus and catches his with a kick to the face and a roll up for two. Sheamus looks to be worn out. Bryan stomps away at Sheamus repeatedly, picking him up and sitting him on the top. Bryan tries for a hurricanrana, but Sheamus holds on and leaps out of the corner with a battering ram. Sheamus goes for the pin, but he only gets two.

Bryan rolls to the apron. Sheamus tries to suplex him back into the ring, but Bryan lands on his feet. Sheamus charges and Bryan low bridges him, sending him to the outside. Bryan goes to leap through the ropes, but he’s caught with a big forearm. Sheamus goes for the razor’s edge, but Bryan counters with a roll up for two. Bryan tries for the Yes! lock, but Sheamus fights it off. Bryan shoves Sheamus shoulder first into the ring post, and Sheamus falls to the outside. Bryan follows and slams Sheamus into the ringpost twice.

Bryan sends Sheamus back into the ring and wraps his arm around the ring post a couple of times. Bryan heads in after Sheamus and kicks at his shoulder repeatedly, screaming yes the whole time. Bryan ends up being DQ’ed by the ref.

Winner of the 1st fall: Sheamus

Bryan charges in with a big dropkick. Sheamus falls in the middle of the ring and Bryan locks in the Yes! lock. Bryan cranks back. Sheamus tries to reach the ropes, but he fades. Bryan continues to pull back hard. The referee calls for the bell as Sheamus is out.

Winner of the 2nd fall: Daniel Bryan

The ringside doctor comes in to check on Sheamus. Sheamus is unresponsive. Bryan is leading the crowd in dueling ‘Yes!’/'No!’ chants. Sheamus gets up to his knees.

Sheamus says that he wants to continue. It seems as though the doctors will allow him to continue. Bryan charges in, and Sheamus connects with the bicycle kick. Sheamus crawls over into a covers, but Bryan is able to kick out at two.

Both men are slow to get to their feet. Bryan uses the ropes to get to his feet. Bryan hits a sick kick and Sheamus returns with a blow to the gut. Bryan comes back with another kick, and a kick to the side of the head, but Sheamus wont stay down for three. Bryan heads up to the top rope, but he’s stopped by Sheamus. Sheamus hits Bryan with a couple of forearms, then follows up after him. Sheamus tries for a superplex, but Bryan fights it off with head butts. Bryan goes for a flying head butt, but Sheamus moves.

The finish:

Bryan goes for a corner dropkick, but Sheamus moves. Sheamus connects with a Polish hammer, then another. Sheamus hits a urunage backbreaker. Sheamus hypes himself up, pounding on his chest, before hitting Bryan with another bicycle kick. Sheamus pins Bryan and gets the three count.

Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Sheamus

Handicap Match
- Aaron Relic & Jay Hatton vs. Ryback

Santino is shown watching a monitor backstage and the Great Khali comes in to join. Two jobbers are introduced. One of them grabs a mic and says that on Smackdown, a couple of guys have tried to make their name, but no Superstar stands a chance against these two. The other guy grabs the mic and says something about two being greater than one. He continues chanting this mantra until he’s interrupted by Ryback’s music.

The start:

Ryback heads straight into the ring. The bell rings and one of the jobbers gets onto the apron. The crowd is chanting ‘Goldberg’.

Mid-match notes:

The jobber gets in a couple of kicks, and a forearm, but Ryback is unfazed as he kicks the kid to the mat and slams him down repeatedly. Ryback pulls the kid up to his shoulder and slams him to the mat. He drags the kid over to the corner, but his partner doesn’t want to tag in. Ryback pulls him into the ring and hits a massive clothesline before planting him with a backpack stunner.

The finish:

Ryback picks up the first jobber and hits his crazy running suplex finisher before stacking the two jobbers on top of each other and pinning them both for three.

Winner: Ryback

CM Punk is backstage with Matt Striker. Punk soaks in the cheers from the Chicago crowd. Punk says tonight’s not just any old title match, it’s a Chicago street fight. He doesn’t think Jericho knows what that means. Punk says on Raw he passed his field sobriety test with flying colors. Punk says he exorcises his genetic demons by stepping in the ring. Punk says tonight he gets to prove he’s the best in the world in front of his family and all his friends in Chicago. He says tomorrow Jericho is going to wake up with a hangover because Punk is going to put him to sleep.

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  • Daniel Limsass

    Hope Lesnar doesn't lose any momentum after this lost

  • Abe

    the two jobbers are Heath Hatton and Ace Hawkins

  • Ian P.

    How does a guy like Ziggler lose after doing 2 matches during several PPVs last year and to a gimmick like Clay? Has his stock dropped?

    • hurrigame

      I'd imagine it has. Guess he's now relegated to trying to coax a match for Zack Ryder's Internet Championship. Serves him right for ripping off Billy Gunn & Mr. Perfect (poorly).

      • Ian P.

        I don't know if you can blame his gimmick totally on him. Creative and VKM has allowed him to do it. Humph… It's just a real head scratcher.

        • Chris

          Bring in ric flair! He would shape ziggler into the next nature boy! Whooooooo

  • Jonjayha

    Was there tonight. Cena is beyond a class act.

  • jonjayharris

    Was there tonight. Cena is a class act!!!! J

  • Jashaun

    He won’t because he will go on Monday night raw and complain that the wwe officials cheated him.

  • Ralphus

    Subpar card! Best match was Punk/Jericho but the whole card was predictable. And Lesnar appeared out of shape.

  • Jashaun

    That’s what I think Is gonna happen

  • Mr.Love

    Really lesnar loses in his debut match? Wow….

    • anandvkumar

      What else do you expect? Did you really think that vince would let Monday Night RAW to be renamed Monday Night RAW starrring Brock Lesnar?

      That too on someone who is back on a temporary basis :) and doesnt intend on staying here on the long run.

      • Abe

        Well he did just let him lose to the crock

        • Mr.Love

          And you have Brock lose all momentum from debuting back?

  • H.M.

    What ever happened to the 'take him out and put him on the shelf to build your momentum' thing?

  • Chris

    I was at the show and did not realize that aired.

  • LeBron James

    You guys are hoping Brock doesn't lose momentum? I'm shocked he doesn't get extreme heat for what he did to Cena, he worked Cena WAY to stiff, He MMA elbowed Cena extremely hard 3 times causing the cut on Cena's head. Then when he was doing submissions on Cena you could see him applying actual pressure. I felt real bad for Cena. Nothing he could do but be a professional and take the beating. Brock got away with murder tonight, that match was tough to watch. Props to Cena, he has a new fan in me. I respect the hell out of him now. He is completely over in my book.

    • Abe

      wrestling is a contact sport, people get hit, stop complaining

      • Abe

        lol @ these losers down voting my comment, go back to my little pony if you don't wanna watch a physical sport

      • Rob uk

        This completely wrong. Yes it’s a contact sport but wrestlers are trained to protect one another in the ring, not injury them. Problem is Lesner had this issue first time round.

        • Abe

          no, it is 100% right, protecting one another and what happened last night is on two completely different plains

          • Rob UK

            Sorry my friend… 100% wrong.

    • Jeremy

      @LeBronJames – I completely agree with you. I watched the match and those elbows given to Cena left me in shock, and to see the blood dripping onto the mat just made things worse. I was wondering if Brock was really trying to hurt Cena and I had no idea if that was supposed to happen. Honestly I was scared that it was not supposed to start the way it did but in the end it was a great match and you have to respect Cena to the fullest for acting extremely professional about the whole thing.

  • Ricky Valdez

    This is the reason I respect John cena, because the man has gone through the wars versus the best and win or loose has shined, people who boo cena are not real fans, if you have followed his career you know cena is the real deal.

    • JMM

      People have the right to boo whoever they want. I've watched John Cena put on some good matches. I've also watched him stink up arenas. After growing up watching HBK, Bret Hart, Steve Austin and then sticking with the WWE when they're putting world title's on the likes of The Great Khali and The Big Show I'm pretty sure I'm a real fan and if I choose to dislike John Cena being the constant focus of the WWE for the past 7 yearsdespite being very average I'm pretty sure I have that right.

  • http://www.phenomforever.com Mayank S

    And its pathetic that Lesnar lost in his (sort of) debut match when even Khali didn't….

  • Whammaster

    the world title matches and cean vs. lesner were amazing to watch. People always want certian things to happen, but as a fan watching the ppv. IT WAS AMAZING. Yet another ppv from Chicago that was fun to watch =D

  • John Strunbull

    Sheamus got booed his way out? Wow. YES! YES! YES!

  • http://www.phenomforever.com Mayank S

    Why does cena have to go on a vacation on a winning note? Can't believe the WWE did this. Most wrestlers usually take time off on a losing note, WWE builds some story around the injury, and then come back to take revenge. cena had no business winning this match – the WWE just didn't want him to lose 2 PPV matches in a row. They should have definitely made Lesnar win this one so that he could be built up like an unstoppable beast as he will be the main man on the show (apart from Punk) while cena is off and then cena could've returned later to take revenge and win. Terrible, stupid decision.

  • channesson

    I wonder how scared McMahon got when lesner went over the top rope the way he did.. I thought Cena and lesner did a awesome job.. With Cena leaving who is lesner going to face? Who is next for punk? What about Bryan and Sheamus?

  • Chowder

    Don’t worry, guys! Cena might be going away, but it’s just a ploy to make Super Cena a permanent worker! I can see through your disguise!

  • Ellen Brennan

    John Cena is the ultimate professional. Every "big business" in the world wishes they had an employee that could/would represent them the way Cena does the WWE. He deserves the win and has earned this "vacation".

  • AntGilroy

    The bump that leaner took over the rope was insane! One tough SOB

  • DNP

    Will never like cena he still sucks in my opinion and I’m glad he took a Beating of a life time hope Brock comes back and gives him more

    • patrick

      yea i think little brocky has found himself a home now, WWE will put up with his unprofessional style of wrestling because of his "look", and since he cant survive in MMA and no steroids so TNA wont take him so…….i guess little "big bad brock lesnar" has a home now, i jus wished the worthless bastard would take his wimpy voice and go to smackdown where i wouldnt have to watch him on monday nights

  • Levi Aldebol

    My question is who did Dolph Ziggler piss off to be jobbing to clowns like Brodus Clay? And has The Miz fallen so far into oblivion that his match with Santino was relegated to PRE SHOW!?!?

    • David king

      Somebody call my momma!!!!

  • http://www.wwe.com U CAN’T C ME

    Is cena going to b on RAW tonite?

  • Jg

    People r crazy for getting mad at cena winning.. He just jobbed at wm to the crock!!

  • SEAN

    WOW! Whomever is/was responsible for giving us all those/these results, THANK YOU! That must have been a lot of work.
    Much appriciated!!

  • ashi

    cena is a person who loves wwe wins or loose he will be who he is for ever and ever……. he always deserves the winning spot ….. he is the only guy who plays fair ………i do respect … JOHN CENA for what he is…..

    ………………………………………………………………………………………CENA >>>ROCKS……. !!!!!!

  • Peek

    Why Would Dolph Ziggler Try to suplex brodus clay

  • Peek

    Sorry for the pic

  • Peek

    And I Wanted Brock To Win Too
    Bad