WWE Extreme Rules Results (5/19/13) - Believe In The Shield, Brock Lesnar Wins

Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship
- John Cena (c) vs. Ryback

We get a video package that recaps Ryback's recent obsession with breaking down John Cena.

The entrances:

Ryback is the first man to make his way out to the ring for this match, and he doesn't really get much of a reaction from the fans in attendance.

Cena is out next, and he gets a mostly positive reaction from the fans on his way down.

The start:

The bell rings and Ryback stares a hole through Cena. We get a lock up and Ryback clamps on a headlock. Cena fights it off and eats a shoulderblock. Another lock up, and Cena clamps on a headlock, only to be pushed away and hit with another shoulderblock from Ryback. Lots and lots of 'Goldberg' chants. Ryback puts Cena in a headlock, gets pushed off and Cena comes up with a shoulderblock. Cane slams Ryback face first into the turnbuckle before hitting a bulldog. Ryback pops up and puts Cena right back down to the mat.

Mid-match notes:

Cena backs Ryback into the corner with a series of rights, then catches him with a big boot. Cena leaps off the middle rope, but Ryback catches him and drops him down to the mat with a big slam. Ryback catches Cena with a couple of big rights before hitting him with a suplex. Cena gets back to his feet and Ryback quickly grabs him and presses him over his head before simply dropping him down to the mat.

Ryback doesn't let the ref count as he grabs Cena and slams him down to the mat with a huge powerslam. The ref begins the count and gets up to 8 before Cena makes it to his feet. Ryback charges, but Cena catches him with a low bridge and Ryback falls to the outside. Cena heads under the ring and grabs a table, sliding it into the ring. Cena shoulders Ryback, but Ryback turns it around, shouldering Cena and dropping him into a backpack stunner. Ryback grabs the table and sets it up in the corner while the ref counts to 8.

Cena hits Ryback with a series of strikes, and a shoulder tackle, but a second tackle doesn't go well as Ryback catches Cena. Ryback looks toward the table, and he hits a fall away slam, putting Cena through the table in the corner. Cena makes it back to his feet at 8. Cena avoids a splash in the corner and puts Ryback down with a belly to back suplex. Cena hits the five-knuckle shuffle and shoulders Ryback, but Ryback fights out and spears Cena.

Ryback tosses pieces of table out of the ring while Cena gets to his feet at an 8 count. Ryback tries for a powerbomb, but Cena slips through and hits a powerbomb of his own. Ryback makes it to his feet by 8, but he falls back to the mat. Ryback gets back up at 6. Cena tries for something, I can't figure out what, but Ryback catches him and slams him down to the mat. Cena gets back to his feet, and Ryback immediately catches him with a huge clothesline.

Cena gets to his feet at 9 and ducks another clothesline, then locks in the STF on Ryback. Ryback doesn't tap out, but he begins to fade and Cena rolls off of the challenger. The referee begins the count and Cena rolls out of the ring to grab another table from under the ring. Cena sets up the table and Ryback stands at 9. Ryback grabs Cena around the throat and throws him down to the mat. Ryback tries for shell shock, but Cena drops out of it and hits the AA through the table.

Cena makes it to his feet at 7, and Ryback stands at 9. Cena heads up to the top rope, but he's stopped by Ryback. Ryback shoulders Cena and drops him to the mat with shell shock. Cena makes it up to his feet at 9, and Ryback immediately drops him with a punch to the back of the head. Ryback pulls Cena's leg out around the ring post and grabs a chair. Cena kicks the chair into Ryback and heads to the outside, spearing Ryback through the barricade into the timekeeper's area.

Both men get to their feet at 7. They begin fighting in the crowd, up near the production area. Ryback grabs part of the arena advertisements and uses it to smash Cena across the face. Cena gets up at 9 and locks Ryback in a sleeper hold. Ryback walks around with Cena on his back, but eventually begins fading and falls to a knee. Cena breaks the hold as soon as Ryback hits the floor. Ryback gets back to his feet at 8 and Cena hits him with a quick right hand. Ryback sprawls out on a table, and Cena heads up a level in the stands. Cena hits a cross body, putting himself and Ryback through the table.

Both men make it up to their feet, and Cena grabs a fire extinguisher, using it to blast Ryback in the face. Ryback runs from Cena, but Cena stalks him, hitting him with repeated blasts before hitting a continuous spray. Cena waits for Ryback to stand and uses the fire extinguisher to hit him in the head. Ryback stays on his feet, so Cena does it again.

Ryback still gets back to his feet, so Cena shoulders him. Ryback falls to his feet, and picks up Cena, sending him crashing through part of the set. It sparks and the ref loses sight of both men.

Both men are shown laid out backstage and refs are calling for paramedics. Neither Cena nor Ryback are moving, so it looks like this one is going to end up thrown out. The crowd sees this and beings booing immediately. Ryback gets to his feet and walks off while Cena is put into a neck brace and placed on a stretcher. Just to give this feud an excuse to continue for another month. Cena is loaded onto a backboard, then a stretcher while Teddy Long cries that they need to get Cena to a hospital. They show doctors checking out Cena before he's wheeled away.

The finish:

After a couple of replays of the event I think it's safe to call this one.

No Contest

After a brief update to let us know that Cena and Ryback are being checked out by officials, the cage begins to lower for the final match of the evening. We get a video package of the events between these two men since WrestleMania that led into this match.

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  • Jericho-1 Fandango-1. Rubber Match at Payback

  • The Ignored Monster

    Ambrose vs Kingston= Brilliant

  • Orion

    Thats a load of crap. Mark Henry impeded the progress of Sheamus when he caught him and moved away from the corner.

    • Wwes logic different rules in every strap match

  • Orion

    So far Extreme Rules has been a good PPV. The only things I dont like is the fact that the US Title match did not have any extreme rule (it was still a great match), and the finish to the Sheamus v Mark Henry match.

  • Ambrose vs Kingston should have been a bit longer. It was a good match. I enjoyed the crossface chickenwing. Ambrose won thats the most important thing, Great Match

  • Scott

    Del Rio vs Swagger was a snorefest! Ziggler being out really hurt that match! Daniel Bryan and Dean Ambrose are definitely making up for it though!

  • Nice to see they had The Shield go over clean on both matches.

  • Was that kayfabe between John cena and ryback? I’m not sure at this point.

  • Chris

    So since Ryback walked away and Cena had to be carted off, technically speaking doesn’t that make Ryback champ?

    • BlazeKing

      They both didn’t get up after the designated time. Whoever gets up first after that doesn’t mean squat.

      • Xavier


      • Hannibal Lector

        Wrong. No one was counted.

    • Youd think so since cena still hadnt stood up so it would be like 180 count at least bet itll be rybacks argument on monday though

      • JJ

        Good god you r so annoying.every post is some random jibberish by you

        • Xavier


        • How so? Also if you dont like what i say ignore it simple not my problem

      • Xavier

        Extreme Rules has been booked better then WrestleMania these past couple of years.

        • Smart Mark

          LOL Cena mark strikes again

          • Xavier

            And the dumbass strikes again as well ^^

    • Xavier

      Nope, the rules are you gotta make it up by 10. Those have been the rules forever.

  • Danny_Boy

    Really solid PPV. Cena/Ryback was match of the night. Only match that was bad was Swagger/ADR. RIP Jack “OVERRATED” Swagger

  • So happy ryback isnt champion.

  • Smart Mark

    Signs of a Orton heel turn maybe? The punt was mainly his heel maneuver

    • he’ll never ever turn heel again….

  • Xavier

    Terrible PPV

    • Cubed56

      You said that ER was booked better then WM before, now your saying it was a terrible PPV? So I guess I’m curios if this was better then WM, yet terrible to you, what was WM?

      • Xavier

        WM was easily below average, borderline ridiculous even. If it wasn’t for Cena/Rock II it wouldnt have been as big a draw as it was.

      • Xavier

        I did say it was great PPV. Look at the color of the font bro. I think that “Smart Mark” dude is using my name & posting random stupid crap.

        • Smart Mark

          Why would u bring my name into this out of all people? If i have a problem with your comments then i reply to them and address you first hand. I don’t need to use your name to post “random stupid crap”. You do a pretty good job of that by yourself.

          • Xavier

            Because I know it’s you that’s how, you’ve been trolling me for the past couple months. So cut the bullshit.

          • Smart Mark

            lol and how exactly do u know its me? Theres alot of people on here that think your a troll so it could be anyone kiddo.

          • Smart Mark

            Just to clarify it was me signing in under your name, im a sad silly man and have nothing better to do with my time, im not a smart mark…..im a stupid mark 🙁

        • Cubed56

          Well for one the font color is the same on both posts, but no worries bro, I just wanted you to clarify cause it was a contradictory statement. Personally we’ve had some good back and forths on here, so I figured you mistyped or something fishy was going on, like I said no worries bro.

          • Xavier

            Yeah it was something “fishy”. I’m not sure if anyone else has had that problem with people signing in under their username and posting random stuff. But I’m pretty sure it’s that smart mark guy. he’s been trolling me for the past couple of the months, don’t know what his problem is with me too be honest

          • Snap

            I’ve noticed at least one post under my name a while back which I know I didn’t write. Unfortunately, it seems Disqus can only protect the email address but not the name.

  • Craig

    Perfect way to right cena off tv for a while so he can fix he’s Achilles and just some r&r and also did anyone else notice that cena didnt headline that’s a first in a while!!!

    • Billy Lyons

      Cena’s achilles is fine. Cena isn’t going anywhere. And when you say that Cena hasn’t headlined a PPV in a while you mean a while as in this past February at Extreme Rules or this past January at the Rumble? He didn’t headline neither of those PPVs

      • Craig

        Sorry my bad I forgot about that but he prob gonna have a rest for a while but pretty solid ppv good way for them to keep vena champ and make ryback still a beast! Wwe maybe getting better?

      • Eric

        You mean Elimination Chamber?

      • Stoney

        He headlined nearly every PPV last year.
        2 were wwe title matches and the others were just Cenas feud of the month

  • 1molly23

    Thank goodnessth Thwagger didn’t win.

  • HHH….. 🙁

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  • Stoney

    Love how the shield are being booked strong.
    If only did this with the nexus

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