Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Samoa Joe has a message for Brock Lesnar

There was a great table break spot when Rollins did a frog splash on Wyatt. Samoa Joe and Bray Wyatt formed an alliance early on, and the powerful duo dominated much of the match.

In a Fatal Fiveway match at Extreme Rules that included huge names such as Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, and over acts such as Finn Balor and Bray Wyatt, it was Samoa Joe who emerged victorious and earned a shot at Brock Lesnar and the Universal Title.

But it was California where Samoa Joe first began his wrestling career, as he learned the art of grappling alongside John Cena at Rick Bassman's UPW training camp. Hopefully he can have a great match with Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire.

The Boss and Alicia Fox battle it out during their Mixed Tag Team Match at WWE Extreme Rules 2017: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network. Perhaps the crowd was losing steam or perhaps they were just waiting for Mickie James or Dana Brooke to get involved somehow.

The Miz defeated Dean Ambrose to be crowned the new Intercontinental Champion whereas Cesar and Sheamus beat The Hardy Boyz in a Steel Cage Match to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions. The Hardy Boyz have a rematch, but I fully expect that to take place on Raw in the next few weeks. Neville finally granted TJP a title match on 205 Live afterwards, beating him up on the ramp. I'm sure we'll get plenty by the time the event arrives.

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With the paranoia of Dean Ambrose running The Miz's Intercontinental comeback tour celebration, Miz took out a guy in a bear suit and destroyed his wife Maryse's Grandfather clock gift before being jumped by Ambrose who disguised himself as the camera person and hit the dirt deeds on the Intercontinental Championship. The styles should mesh with each other perfectly, particularly if they let Brock get away from the Suplex City match. It may not have been an "extreme" style match, but it had a lot of drama.

O'Neil tries to pull the tights of Kalisto, which helped him win their match last week.

The real gem, though, was back when Kurt first made the main event, where he went face-to-face with the Samoan Submission Machine, bringing back memories of their brilliant TNA feud, and, to this day, the biggest money match in Impact's history.

Alexa Bliss picked up a decisive and dominant victory against Bayley last night, leaving little room for judgement or questions about whether she is the number one women's wrestler on the red brand, but the real question tonight is what is next for her?

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