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It's the one night of the year when the entire WWE goes extreme. All the matches have special stipulations as WWE Superstars battle for championships and pride. The 2009 edition of the event featured a Steel Cage Match, Ladder Match, Submission Match, Samoan Strap Match, a Fatal Four-Way Match, a No Holds Barred Match, and more, as the WWE Championship, World Heavyweight Championship, ECW Championship, Intercontinental Championship, and United States Championship were all contested. Who knows what lengths the Superstars of Raw and SmackDown will go to in order to top last year's event?

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: May 25, 2010
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003AWRMD8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,222 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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That being said, when these two square off, you rightfully expect a great match.
R.A. McKenzie
Triple H did a good job selling the injured arm and makes a come back towards the end but Sheamus gets the win.
While I did hate Sheamus when he first came into the WWE he has really grown on me as of late.
lex Fryling

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Williams on February 12, 2011
Extreme Rules 2010 was a bit of a mixed bag. Although it had some flaws, overall it was an above average PPV. Unfortunately, those hardcore rules fans looking for an extreme event will be sadly disappointed.

Before any matches begin, Sheamus attacks Triple H backstage with a pipe, thus "cancelling" their scheduled street fight.

Gauntlet Match
The Miz & The Big Show vs. R-Truth & John Morrison vs. MVP & Mark Henry vs. Hart Dynasty:
Wow, The Miz effectively annoys the life out of me. For some reason, we don't get a tag title match, just a number one contender type match. Yes, it's kind of confusing, but it seemlingly works here. It's a pretty good choice to open the show. There's a lot of crowd heat, and the match keeps going. If nothing else good comes from this match, at least it was the beginning of the end for Miz/Show's title reign. Good contest.

CM Punk w/ Luke Gallows & Serena vs. Rey Meysterio:
The match's stipulation is that if CM Punk loses, he has to have his head shaved. With maybe a challenge from the cage match coming up later in the event, this is easily the best match on the card. The work is very solid and has a ton of unique holds and counters. The action is non-stop, and somehow the WWE has managed to fool us into a CM Punk win. Good from top to bottom.

Strap Match
JTG vs. Shad Gaspard:
I was really glad to see that ridiculuous team come to a close, but I didn't really care to see them in a match against one another at a PPV. The Baltimore crowd would agree with me here- as the audience was almost dead as it could be. The break-up was sort of abrupt, leading to a stale storyline here.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on June 15, 2010
Gauntlet Match: Big Show & The Miz vs. John Morrison & R-Truth, M.V.P. & Mark Henry, Hart Dynasty - Just like the Royal Rumble, Miz had to insult Teddy Long resulting in him getting thrown in a match last minute but since he refused to shut up, Teddy Long made it a 3 team gauntlet match before Show had to force Miz's mouth closed. The first team was Truth & Morrison in a WrestleMania rematch & they had the advantage over Miz before Show tagged in & dominated but Morrison was able to counter Show's chokeslam with a triangle choke but unfortunally couldn't break the hold in time leaving Show & Miz to face the next team. M.V.P. & Mark Henry tried to take advantage of Show being choked out but Miz was able to tag in but left alone to fend them off as Show was on the floor recovering until Show was able to get in one last knockout punch to save Miz & get the victory. The final team was the Hart Dynasty (let by Bret Hart) who picked the bones to gain a tag team title shot the next night.

Rey Mysterio vs. C.M. Punk - With Mysterio having the condition on him at WrestleMania, Punk had it on him this month with his hair being shaved if he lost. They started the match off slow but picked up the pace over time working over each other with some loud kicks. Punk worked over Mysterio's back & ribs along with trying various submission holds only for Mysterio to keep finding ways to get out of them including one time doing a frankensteiner out of the G.T.S. Both members of the Straight Edge Society were able to get a shot in on Rey during the match but eventually got caught & sent to the back however a new one appeared here helping Punk keep his hair...for the time being.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on May 26, 2010
Unified Tag Team Champions The Big Show & The Miz Vs. The Hart Dynasty Vs. R-Truth & John Morrison Vs. MVP & Mark Henry - Originally, the Street Fight between Triple H and Sheamus was to open up the show but Sheamus attacked Triple H backstage before the match could get under way. Therefore, the Miz and Big Show came out and preached how they were the best tag team in the WWE which led to Teddy Long coming out and making this 1 on 3 Gauntlet match to give the winners a tag team title shot the next night on RAW.

The match started out with a rematch from WrestleMania between the tag champs and R-Truth and Morrison that ended in a disqualification allowing the Miz and Big Show to challenge MVP and Mark Henry next. The match went along around the 3 minute mark until MVP hits the Playmaker and immediately takes a big right knockout shot from the Big Show to give himself and Miz the win. Next up was the Hart Dynasty (who was accompanied by Bret Hart & Natalya) and right out of the gate, they take out the Big Show and then hits the Hart Attack onto the Miz to gain a tag team title shot against Show-Miz. Overall, nothing noteworthy other than the fact this match elevated the Hart Dynasty in being the top tag team in the WWE currently and to split up the team of the Big Show and the Miz. 2/5

C.M. Punk w/ The S.E.S. Vs. Rey Mysterio - The first rematch of the night from WrestleMania with the added on stipulation this time being if C.M. Punk does not win, he will be shaved bald. If you seen their previous matches in the past (at WrestleMania and Armageddon '08), you will know that Punk and Mysterio makes a good pairing inside the square circle and this match is no exception.
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