Extreme Rules Winners 2015 — Complete Match Results From The WWE Pay-Per-View

WWE Extreme Rules winners, losers, highlights and rumors from the 2015 PPV. Scroll down to the bottom for the complete results.

WWE Extreme Rules is tonight (Sunday, April 26, 2015) starting at 7:00 p.m. ET from the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois and live on the WWE Network. The Extreme Rules 2015 PPV is always the most unusual on the WWE calendar. With every match containing a stipulation there always the possibility for insane spots, real injury and impressive moments.

Among the biggest storylines heading into WWE Extreme Rules 2015 are the health of Daniel Bryan and if he’ll be able to defend his WWE Intercontinental Championship against Bad News Barrett and if John Cena will be one of the Extreme Rules winners in his latest battle against the monster Rusev.

And of course, the main event of Extreme Rules 2015, Seth Rollins versus Randy Orton for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. At Extreme Rules 2015, the Apex Predator won’t be able to use his infamous RKO but Rollins will be without the help of The Authority and J&J Security with Kane standing guard at the cage door. Did Seth Rollins walk out of Extreme Rules 2015 the World Heavyweight Champion.

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Here’s the official Extreme Rules 2015 card plus the Extreme Rules winners and title changes from Allstate Arena in Chicago.

WWE Extreme Rules 2015 Official Card & Match Stipulations

Kickoff Pre-show

Neville vs. Bad News Barrett

WWE Tag Team Title Match

The New Day vs. Cesaro and Tyson Kidd

Chicago Street Fight

Luke Harper vs. Dean Ambrose

Last Man Standing Match

Big Show vs. Roman Reigns

WWE Divas Title Match

Naomi vs. Nikki Bella

Kiss Me Arse Match

Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler

Russian Chain Match for the WWE United States Title

Rusev vs. John Cena

Steel Cage Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Title

Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins

Kane will act as the Guardian of the Gate and the RKO is banned.

WWE Extreme Rules Winners

Neville defeats Bad News Barrett during Extreme Rules 2015 kickoff show

Dolph Ziggler defeats Sheamus in the Kiss My Arse match

The New Day defeats Cesaro and Kidd to become the new WWE Tag Team Champions

Dean Ambrose defeats Luke Harper in the Chicago Street Fight

John Cena defeats Rusev in the Russian chain match to retain US Heavyweight Championship

Nikki Bella defeats Naomi to retain the WWE Divas Championship

Roman Reigns defeats Big Show in Last Man Standing match

Seth Rollins defeats Randy Orton via RKP to retain World Heavyweight Championship

Extreme Rules 2015 was a solid event from top to bottom but ended with a huge controversy with Seth Rollins retaining the title using a move banned in the match. This sets up quite a night on Raw and, most likely, a rematch for Randy Orton at Payback.

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