Watch WWE Extreme Rules (2013) Live Stream Online Free is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced annually by WWE. The theme of the event is that most matches are contested under hardcore wrestling regulations.This will be the fifth Extreme Rules pay per view, with the event having originated in 2009.
Extreme Rules will feature professional wrestling matches that involve wrestlers from pre-existing feuds, plots, and storylines that play out on WWE television. Wrestlers will portray villains or heroes as they follow a series of events that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches.
On the episode of Raw following WrestleMania 29, Alberto Del Rio lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Dolph Ziggler after Ziggler cashed in his Money in the Bank contract to take advantage of Del Rio being injured by Jack Swagger to become the new champion. Del Rio tried to invoke his rematch clause the following week, but was again impeded by Swagger. Teddy Long then set up a match between Ziggler and Swagger, and Swagger won. Booker T, irate at Long for going above him, rearranged the match into a triple threat match for the championship between Ziggler, Del Rio, and Swagger. On the April 29 edition of Raw, Del Rio's personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez won a triple-threat match over Swagger's mentor Zeb Colter and Ziggler's bodyguard Big E Langston to pick the stipulation for the match, which would be a Ladder match selected by Del Rio. On the May 6 edition of Raw, Del Rio defeated Ziggler via disqualification when Swagger attacked both men with a ladder, resulting in Ziggler suffering a concussion. Ziggler was removed from the PPV as a result of his injury, and the next week on Raw, senior advisor Teddy Long announced that Del Rio and Swagger would instead wrestle in an "I Quit" match, for the #1 contendership to the World Title.
No. Match Stipulations
Pre-show The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes Singles match
1 Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger "I Quit" match for the #1 Contendership to the World Heavyweight Championship
2 John Cena (c) vs. Ryback Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship
3 Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H Steel Cage match
4 Sheamus vs. Mark Henry Strap match
5 Randy Orton vs. Big Show Extreme Rules match
6 Chris Jericho vs. Fandango Singles match
7 Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dean Ambrose Singles match for the United States Championship
8 Team Hell No (Daniel Bryan and Kane) (c) vs. The Shield (Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins) Tornado Tag Team match for the Tag Team Championship
At WrestleMania 29, Triple H defeated Brock Lesnar in their rematch. Lesnar's manager, Paul Heyman, then issued one final match to settle things between Triple H and Lesnar: a steel cage match at Extreme Rules. On the April 22 episode of Raw in London, England, Triple H accepted the match by assaulting Heyman with a Pedigree. Two weeks later on Raw, Lesnar would respond by coming to WWE headquarters and trashing Triple H's office and attacking nearby employees. The week after on Raw, Triple H would come face to face with Lesnar, goading him in coming into the steel cage. Triple H would gain the upper hand and throw Lesnar into Heyman, resulting in both men retreating up to the ramp.
A day after Wrestlemania 29 on Raw, John Cena, who defeated The Rock for the WWE Championship, would issue a challenge to anybody to face him for the title after news broke out that Rock would undergo surgery. Mark Henry would come forward and face him in a match for a shot at the title later in the night, but he would lose via count-out. Henry would assault Cena afterward until Ryback seemingly came to save Cena, but Ryback would attack Cena and hold the title up high. A week later, Ryback explained that he was living in Cena's shadow and Cena never helped him against The Shield. Ryback would watch The Shield attack Cena from the ramp. Prior to the April 22 edition of Raw, it was announced that Cena would defend the WWE Championship against Ryback. Later that night, Ryback would confront Mick Foley about his decision to attack Cena. Cena would come and save Foley, but The Shield would come out to attack the two men. Cena retreated up to the ramp to see Ryback get assaulted by The Shield, but he would assault all three members with a chair, forcing The Shield to retreat, and gave Ryback an Attitude Adjustment. On the May 6 edition of Raw, Ryback would make the title match a Last Man Standing Match. Later that night, both John Cena and Ryback would drive away The Shield only for Ryback to attack Cena with a chair in retaliation. A week after on Raw, Ryback would attack Cena and his injured Achilles tendon with a chair following Cena being attacked by The Shield after a six-man elimination match that ended in a disqualification win for Cena.
Mark Henry would attack Sheamus backstage twice on the April 12 edition of SmackDown and on the April 15 of Raw. Sheamus would then attack Henry backstage as a result before going on to embarrass Henry in a tug of war on the April 29 edition of Raw and an arm wrestling contest on the May 3 edition of SmackDown. A few days later on Raw, both men agreed to a match on the PPV. After Sheamus defeated Wade Barrett in a singles match, Henry would immediately attack Sheamus with a belt, ultimately making their match a strap match. A week later on Raw, Sheamus would attack Henry with two leather straps.
After Big Show speared all three members of The Shield at Wrestlemania 29, Randy Orton tagged himself and that gave The Shield the victory. Afterwards, Big Show knocked out both Orton and Sheamus. Both Orton and Sheamus would get their revenge on Show by defeating him twice in handicap matches on the April 12 edition of Smackdown and the April 15 edition of Raw, but Show would team up withMark Henry to defeat Sheamus and Orton on the April 19 edition of Smackdown. On the May 3 edition of Smackdown, he defeated Damien Sandow in a singles match only afterwards for Big Show to interfere and Sandow attacked Orton post-match. After defeating Sandow in a second straight singles match three days later on Raw, Show knocked out Orton as Orton was about to head to the locker room. Prior to the May 10 edition of Smackdown, it was announced that Orton and Show would fight in an Extreme Rules match on the PPV.
The Shield continued their reign of attacks on various superstars, particularly Team Hell No and United States Champion Kofi Kingston, who got pinned by Ambrose on the May 6th 2013 edition of Raw. As a result, Dean Ambrose was to receive a title match against Kingston for the United States Championship, while Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns were to face Team Hell No for the Tag Team Championship.
A minor rivalry continued between Chris Jericho and Fandango when Jericho made fun of Fandango's name backstage on the March 22nd, 2013 edition of Raw. Fandango would begin to interfere in Jericho's matches afterwards, setting a match (Fandango's debut match) between the two at Wrestlemania 29, in which Fandango won. On the May 6th, 2013 edition of Raw, Fandango would suffer his first loss via countout to R-Truth when the judges (Jericho and Tons of Funk) gave Truth a much better rating as a dancer. A week later on Raw, Jericho and Fandango would face off in a dance off, but Fandango's dance parter Summer Rae feigned an injury, which distracted Jericho and led to Fandango attacking him.