Sony Ten 1 schedule today: WWE Extreme Rules Timing in India. Matches in the card and streaming details
WWE Extreme Rules will emanate from the Wells Fargo center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The annual pay per view, made famous for its extreme stipulations will take place this Sunday. It will feature matches that have originated from storylines presented on WWE TV; Namely Raw, SmackDown and 205 live.
Extreme Rules will air early morning on Monday in India. The fans can catch the entire event live on Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 and Sony Six Channels at 4am IST. The event is also available for viewing on the WWE Network across all streaming devices through the WWE App on mobiles, tablets, Smart TVs and consoles. A fee of $10 will be charged to avail the service per month. However, the first month will be completely free.
The pre-show will be available for free on WWE ‘s YouTube channel and the WWE will release clips from the matches on their Twitter, Facebook and YouTube handles.
The WWE have so far announced 10 matches for the event with one more match being hinted at. There will be 8 title defences in the card with the InterContinental title and Women’s tag team championships sitting out of this one.
- Seth Rollins © and Becky Lynch © Vs Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans (WWE Universal and Raw Women’s championship, winner takes all)
- Roman Reigns and The Undertaker Vs Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre(No holds barred)
- Bayley © Vs Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (SmackDown Women’s Championship Handicap match)
- Kofi Kingston © Vs Samoa Joe (WWE Championship)
- Drew Gulak © Vs Tony Nese (Cruiserweight Championship)
- Bobby Lashley Vs Braun Strowman (Last Man Standing)
- Aleister Black Vs Cesaro
- Ricochet © VS AJ Styles (United States Championship)
- Daniel Bryan © and Erick Rowan © Vs The New Day and Heavy Machinery (SmackDown Tag team Triplr threat match)
- The Revival © Vs The Usos (Raw Tag team championship)
- Kevin Owens Vs Dolph Ziggler (Hinted, but not announced yet)
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