WWE Extreme Rules lineup: Six matches advertised for Sunday's event

The plan is for Lesnar to have a "one and done" title match, with the feud ending at that event.

Powell's POV: Join me for live coverage of the Extreme Rules pay-per-view event on Sunday beginning with the needlessly long Kickoff Show at 6CT/7ET. A monthly subscription to the network costs $9.99 per month, though new subscribers get the first month free. Ambrose being stripped of his champion's advantage - the ability to retain the title via disqualification - gives Miz a chance to swipe the belt in an underhanded manner. The match can only be ended with a submission, and Aries forced Neville to tap out in their tag team match Monday night.

The Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy) (champions) vs. Cesaro and Sheamus: Well.!

According to wrestlezone.com, momentum is now shifting in the favor of Seth Rollins regarding betting odds. The odds for Samoa Joe to win the Extreme Rules match are 4/7. Though we don't yet know who will win, the rumor is that the victor will either be Finn Balor or Seth Rollins. Roman Reigns has 13/1 odds in the match, and it'd be pretty surprising to see him become the No.1 contender this soon.

The rest of the field includes Finn Balor at 3/1 odds, Roman Reigns at 12/1 odds, and Bray Wyatt at 14/1 odds. While that won't change on Sunday night, his next opponent will be set up, likely for July's Great Balls of Fire PPV.

It is also interesting since Brock Lesnar and Bray Wyatt are scheduled to wrestle at the WWE Monday Night Raw in Los Angeles before Great Balls of Fire, although that is expected to be a dark match and not televised.

Reigns and Rollins are the only WWE superstars in the fatal-5-way that have ever faced Lesnar.

WWE Intercontinental Championship MatchDean Ambrose (c) vs.

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