WWE Extreme Rules 2022

Extreme Rules didn't have a world title match, but it may have had something better: The return of Bray Wyatt. After weeks of teasing the polarizing characters return, 

WWE on Saturday presented us Bray Wyatt to end Extreme Rules. Note that what we saw was Bray Wyatt, not The Fiend. Let's hope it stays that way.

It capped off a strong pay-per-view, which was main evented by Matt Riddle submitting Seth Rollins in the Fight Pit. It's arguably Riddle's biggest win in WWE yet.

 Ronda Rousey won the SmackDown Women's Championship earlier in the show, and Bianca Belair retained her gold by beating Bayley.

The best match of the night was the "I Quit" Match between Edge and Finn Balor, which the latter won. It cemented the Judgement Day as a top-tier faction, at least for the time being,

 exemplified by the nuclear heat they received after the match. Another highlight was the 6-man Street Fight that opened the show between the Brawling Brutes and Imperium.