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Changes to the Extreme Rules 2019 card

The tag team match between Roman Reigns and The Undertaker versus Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre at Extreme Rules will now be a no holds barred match.

The stipulation was announced on Smackdown yesterday during the Kevin Owens Show segment which kicked off the show where both McMahon and McIntyre were guests. The Undertaker returned to Raw last week to save Reigns from a beat down from the two and also showed up on this week’s Raw to confront both Shane and McIntyre.

Meanwhile, Heavy Machinery got a Smackdown Tag Team title shot also at Extreme Rules after they defeated Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler. The former NXT tag team have now been added in a triple threat tag team match which has The New Day and the reigning Smackdown Tag Team champions Daniel Bryan and Rowan.

So far there are six matches on the Extreme Rules card.

Colin Vassallo
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