As WWE enters the post-SummerSlam stage, it will hold the Limit Rules in Columbus, Ohio on September 26. The event is known for several gimmick games without restrictions, and the 2021 event may be no exception.
The tournament has confirmed several games, including the return of the demon role of Finn Balor in the face of Roman Reigns for the global championship. In addition, Bianca Belair (Bianca Belair) hopes to be on par with Becky Lynch just one month after losing the SmackDown Women’s Championship in less than 30 seconds on SummerSlam.
The card is still under development, but we do know the four championship games currently set for the card. Let’s take a look at what we know in the WWE Limits Rules-and what we expect.
WWE Extreme Rules Game
World Championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs. Finn Balor: Rains defeated Ballor on SmackDown, a victory that made Ballor a “demon” for the first time in years. The walls felt like they were starting to approach Reigns. Not only does he now face the arduous task of defending the championship in a more difficult condition for Ballor, but Brocklesner has recently returned and set his sights on the world championship.
SmackDown Women’s Championship – Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair: Lynch achieved her long-awaited return on SummerSlam, defeating Bel Air in less than 30 seconds and winning the championship. The situation is completely unsatisfactory, and the rematch is the only meaningful thing. The fans hope that a real game between the two can be played and the best performance among the two very talented performers.
Original Women’s Championship – Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Alexa Bliss: Flair finally got rid of the problem with Rhea Ripley and Nikki ASH, and the pair entered their own label team. Bliss won a competition and became the first place contender, eventually moving her high-profile role as a witch with a haunted doll to the title picture. Bliss’s game risked falling into absurdity-she recently won a game because her doll winked at Doudrop-but Flair and Bliss showed good chemistry in past wrestling matches.
U.S. Championship – Damian Priest (c) vs. Sheamus: Priest won the championship from Sheamus on SummerSlam and has been a fighting champion ever since, offering a number of open challenges. This is contrary to Simos’ use of his title to rule, and unless absolutely necessary, he refuses to defend the title. Now Simos has won a rematch after defeating Drew McIntyre in a game to determine the priest’s PPV opponent.
WWE limit rule prediction
WWE Championship – Big E (c) vs. Bobby Lashley: Big E honored the Money in the Bank contract on Raw and defeated Lashley shortly after Lashley survived Randy Orton’s challenge. Given that Lashley was injured when Big E cashed out, it is easy to see why Lashley should get a rematch in pay-per-view viewing. Lashley still has not solved his problem with Goldberg, and in the PPV where the rules are basically out of the window, it thinks Goldberg may be the last.
Women’s Doubles Championship – Natalya & Tamina (c) vs. Rhea Ripley & Nikki ASH: Since becoming champions, Natalia and Tamina have developed the habit of losing in non-championship situations. This includes multiple losses to Ripley and Nicky in team and singles matches. This is WWE’s preferred method for setting up label title matching, so please consider putting it on the card.
Drew McIntyre vs. Kinder Maha: Apart from the problems with Mahal, Vale and Shankey, there hasn’t been much happening in McIntyre in recent months. As one of the few non-championship competitions on the show, I feel that it makes sense to finally eliminate this kind of competition through some kind of gimmick competition in the extreme rules.