Swann was accompanied by Sasha Banks, while Dar was accompanied by Alicia Fox. The biggest storyline heading into Sunday is the fatal five way match to determine the next challenger for Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship.
The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship (title can change hands on a disqualification).
There's plenty more to get to with this Extreme Rules card, so let's rank each of the matches by their intrigue, shall we?
Fox tries to distract Swann on the ring apron, but Banks attacks her to keep the match going. The intrigue for this encounter is low.More news: 'I Made a Mistake': Republican Wins Despite Assault Charges from Reporter Scuffle
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O'Neil won by countering Kalisto's roll-up attempt by holding him down and grabbing a handful of tights.
For the second time in a row, Enzo Amore was found knocked out cold backstage.
Back in the Attitude Era, Mick Foley put on a segment called "This is Your Life", taking the Rock on a trip through memory lane in one of the highest-rated segments in Raw history.
- Corey Graves speculated that it was Big Cass who took out Enzo Amore. Also this is giving Apollo Crews character depth, something he has lacked since joining the main roster which is always a positive thing for such a misused talent. Old friends and colleagues were trotted out to reveal aspects of Bayley's life and the whole segment ended with a Kendo stick to the doctor of huganomics, as she beat a hasty and confused retreat. Before that title match kicks off however, Neville got a reminder just how risky Aries was when he clashed with him and his partner Gentleman Jack Gallagher once again. Besides the feud between Neville and Austin Aries there has been little to no excitement from the rest of the cruiserweights. If he does that on Sunday he'll lose the title. Following a long back-and-forth match between the two former members of the Shield, Rollins delivered a corner-to-corner buckle bomb to Reigns, who then immediately hit Rollins with a Superman punch and collapsed.