This year’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view goes down on Sunday and WWE fans may see some brand-shaking results.
Just about every title is on the line, and the possibility of surprise superstar returns is really high. Will Brock Lesnar finally cash-in the Money in the Bank briefcase? Is Sasha Banks returning to help Bayley? Will Kofi Kingston escape Extreme Rules with the WWE Championship? Will Shane McMahon’s reign of terror continue? Or will The Undertaker lay it to rest?
With plenty of questions heading into Extreme Rules the WWE will be use this show to end feuds and start new ones as the WWE universe sets its eyes on SummerSlam in August.
A lot can happen at this year’s Extreme Rules. If you don’t want to miss a thing here’s everything you need to know to watch the WWE pay-per-view online.
WHAT TIME DOES WWE EXTREME RULES START?
WWE Extreme Rules will start Sunday, July 14 with the Kickoff show at 6 p.m. EDT and the main card beginning at 7 p.m. EDT.
HOW TO WATCH EXTREME RULES KICKOFF
The Extreme Rules Kickoff Show will be free to watch on WWE’s various social media channels as well as the WWE Network when it begins at 6 p.m. EDT.
As of this writing, no matches have been confirmed for the kickoff but it will have at least one. With 10 matches on the Extreme Rules card, there’s a strong possibility that two bouts will be on the hour-long pre-show.
WWE.com will stream the one-hour pre-show along with the company’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
HOW TO WATCH EXTREME RULES ONLINE
As with other WWE pay-per-views, fans can purchase the event through their cable providers or on the WWE Network.
A free trial for one month is being offered if you sign up with a credit card. Fans can cancel their subscription at any time, but the monthly fee is $9.99. Fans who subscribe now will receive Extreme Rules and SummerSlam in August.
WWE Network can be watched on your PC or a mobile device by downloading the app on iOSand Android devices. The WWE Network is also available on PS4 and Xbox One, simply by searching “WWE Network” on the PlayStation and Microsoft stores, as well as on streaming devices like Roku and the Amazon Fire Stick.