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1. Falls Count Anywhere Match - Kane vs. Randy Orton Despite the stipulation, I didn't enjoy this match as much as their Wrestlemania encounter. But the match was pretty entertaining with the action going backstage. It also had a pretty good finish. Not a bad opener. 6/10
2. Dolph Ziggler vs. Brodus Clay I never really enjoyed Clay's matches, but Ziggler put up a good fight and made this almost watchable. I would still skip this one. 4/10
3. Tables Match for the Intercontinental Championship - The Big Show vs. Cody Rhodes The action was pretty decent, but the match was ruined by an abrupt and pretty lame ending. The match is short enough to be worth a watch though. 5/10
4. 2 out of 3 Falls Match for the World Heavyweight Championship - Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan These two were finally given a decent amount of time to have a great match-up. So much better than their 18 second Wrestlemania match in every way possible. These two showed that they are main event worthy superstars. Bryan deserves another title run and this match shows why. 9/10
5. Ryback vs. Two Jobbers Squash match in between two great title matches. Skip. 1/10
6. Chicago Street Fight for the WWE Championship - CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho The third Wrestlemania rematch on the card, and in my opinion the best one. Very different style match than their previous encounter, but it was hard hitting and dramatic. Either man could have won this match, as the worked well together and put on an awesome match. 9/10
7. Divas Champinship - Nikki vs. Layla Nothing special here. Skip. 1/10
8. Extreme Rules Match - Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena Wow! Lesnar absolutely destroyed Cena, busting him open with nasty elbows early on. This was a very different main event than I'm used to seeing. It was very violent and somewhat slow paced, but everything worked. I was disappointed by the ending, as it was the typical Cena win out of no where. But good main event. 8/10
Extreme Rules was a good pay per view overall, with a couple of duds but the two championship matches and the main event make the DVD worth the money.
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