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WWE: Extreme Rules 2014 (2014)

John Cena , Randy Orton , Wwe  |  Unrated |  DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: John Cena, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan
  • Directors: Wwe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: WWE Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IXPQU8U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,773 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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With the rulebook thrown out the window, things are about to get Extreme. WWE Superstars and Divas take their intensified WrestleMania rivalries to new heights as stipulations are added, dangerous elements are thrown into the mix, and the opportunity for revenge makes each showdown personal. In the first pay-per-view after WrestleMania 30, witness all the top stars such as John Cena, Randy Orton, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and more start the long trek toward WrestleMania 31 the only way they know how Extreme Rules.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Extreme Rules PPV WWE Has Ever Had! May 4, 2014
1.) Triple Threat Elimination Extreme Rules Elimination Match: RVD vs Jack Swagger vs Cesaro

At first I was a little skeptical to them adding RVD to this match but it turned out to be a great move. Swagger is eliminated first following a superplex from Cesaro and a 5 Star Frog Splash from Van Dam. That then left RVD and Cesaro to go at it and indeed they did! Both superstars are very resilient and athletic in the ring, which made it really exciting to watch. RVD brings a trash can in the ring and tries to 5 Star Frog Splash Cesaro on it but he moves out of the way. Cesaro Neutralizes RVD on the trash can for the win. I hope RVD and Cesaro have plenty more matches with each other down the line. They're 2 that mix well in the ring

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2.) Alexander Rusev w/Lana vs R-Truth and Xavier Woods

Honestly, this match should've happened on the pre-show. With Rusev recently debuting, everyone knew Truth and Xavier weren't winning. Rusev wins with his Accolade camel clutch on Truth

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3.) Intercontinental Championship Match: Bad News Barrett vs Big E Langston (c)

After Bad News Barrett won a tournament on the Raws leading up to Extreme Rules to determine the new #1 Contender for the Intercontinental Championship, his IC Title match was granted here against Big E. A decently solid match from both Barrett and Big E. Barrett has been getting pushed by the company since his in-ring return last month so it was kind of obvious he was going to win the title here. Barrett nails Big E with the Bullhammer for the win and we have a new IC Champion!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Will Bryan's Title Reign Go "Up In Smoke" May 17, 2014
Rob Van Dam vs. Jack Swagger vs. Cesaro - It was made clear in the beginning that this match was every man for himself with each man having their own issue with both of his opponents leading to various situations where the third man capitalized on a situation involved his two opponents such as one man being flipped onto the other & situations where one man executed an offense move only for the third man to deliver one right after while each man in this match was given his own moment of dominance throughout the match from either RVD starting out to deliver a 5 Star Frog Splash only to end up in the anklelock, Cesaro powering one man from the apron into a superplex, or RVD resorting to his past extreme ways with a Van Daminator using a trash can. This was a great opener with tons of great sequences & very physical to the point where one man showed the effects of the match for days afterwords.

Rusev vs. R-Truth & Xavier Woods - This was pretty much a squash match with Rusev taking out Woods on the floor before the match started before dominating Truth in the ring with his size & power.

Intercontinental Champion Big E vs. Bad News Barrett - Big E started out showcasing his power with moves like the shoulderblock takedown before Barrett was able to use Big E's momentum against him more than once to get an advantage while keeping him grounded on the mat to take away his power advantage as both men traded momentum delivering some physical offense such as a big overhead release suplex, a Cactus Jack elbow off the apron to the floor, and a spear through the ropes. A really good match here with the interesting twist of who the crowd decided to support throughout the match.

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3.0 out of 5 stars WWE Extreme Rules 2014 Review May 5, 2014
The RVD-Cesaro-Jack Swagger-3 way Elimination match was a solid yet unspectacular way to start the show. The Handicap match between Alexander Russev against the team of R-Truth & Xavier Woods was a one-sided filler and flop. The IC title match between Big E Langston & Big News Barrett was not great but pretty good. The 6 man tag team match between Evolution & The Shield was a chaotic and wild brawl in a good way. The Cage Match between John Cena & Bray Wyatt was all smoke and mirrors with overkill on visual falls to cover the fact that Cena was losing. Translation: It was awful. The Divas title match between Paige & Tamina Snuka was short but solid. The Extreme Rules match for the WWE Worlds title betweeen Daniel Bryan & Kane was a hardcore,smash-mouth,violent,personal bout with a awesome ending to boot. I give this PPV a 6 out fo 10.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Kane Didn't Start the Fire; It Was Always Burnin' July 27, 2014
Extreme Rules 2014 was the first and, basically, the last of the Daniel Bryan movement that began earlier in the year (once it became clear the WWE couldn't continue to shaft him into the mid-card). Unfortunately, Bryan was forced to the sidelines shortly after this show, leaving the WWE to rebuild their summer plans from the ground up. Nevertheless, this show gave us a glimpse of what they had planned with Bryan at the helm, and, I gotta say, it looked pretty good!

Not Worth Watching: Rusev squashed R-Truth and Xavier Woods in a handicap match, Paige defended her newly won Divas Title against Tamina in a mediocre match, and Bray Wyatt defeated John Cena in Steel Cage match. Too bad there were so many shenanigans in the match that it hardly felt like Bray won anything at all.

Worth Watching: Cesaro fought Rob Van Dam and Jack Swagger in an elimination match, Bad News Barrett and Big E has a solid fight over the Intercontinental Title, and Dani Bryan defended the WWE Title in a really good Extreme Rules match that included tables, fire and other crazy spots.

Match of the Night: the Shield and Evolution had another in a series of great, show stealing tag team matches at this show. This was a bit below the Wyatt's encounter with the Shield at Elimination Chamber, but it's still an amazingly well put together match with constant action from bell to bell.

Aside from Cena/Wyatt, nothing performed below expectations. There's some great matches on the show and the good far outweighs the bad.
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