While there are some sports and entertainment events that have surrounded the coronavirus epidemic and WWE has been luckier than most organizations, each major roster event has taken place this year in one form or another (albeit without crowds).
The next big event on the calendar is the WWE Extreme Rules, also known as the Horror Show in Extreme Rules.
To see how, read the full list of matches and what you need to know about the extra outset, including where it is being held.
When did the WWE Extreme Rules begin?
WWE’s The Horror Show is held in Extreme Rules Sunday 19 July.
The original card will be streamed live on the WWE network from midnight after the kick-off at 11pm.
See how the WWE Extreme Rules
The easiest way to watch is to tune in to WWE’s online video streaming service.
Take a free trial to see the WWE Extreme Rules
You can get a free subscription for the first month with ..99 and Apple can be accessed on a variety of platforms including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and most game consoles.
Alternatively, you can view pay per view through the BT Sport box office.
WWE Extreme Rules Match
The event has brought up some interesting match-ups, you can check them out below:
- Draw McIntyre (C) vs. Dolph Ziegler
- Asuk (C) vs. Sasha Banks
- Sand (C) V Nikki Cross
- Brown Strowman vs. Bryat
- Ray Mysterio v Seth Rollins
- Apollo Crew (C) vs. MVP
Where are the WWE Extreme Rules being held?
The event was originally scheduled to take place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, but has now moved to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
Public gatherings are still banned by the Santa Clara County Government.