WWE’s Extreme Rules 2012 was a spectacular show at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, on December 15, 2012. It is considered one of the best shows of the modern era. The event featured the two-out-of-three-fall contest between Daniel Bryan and Sheamus, the Chicago Street Fight between Chris Jericho and CM Punk, and of course the John Cena vs Brock Lesnar match.
The match featured several high-profile stars, including John Cena and Brock Lesnar. The first-ever WWE World Heavyweight Champion had a lot to prove in his PPV debut. While many fans had anticipated The Rock to make his return, they were surprised when Lesnar entered the ring in the midst of the crowd. The F5 from Lesnar, a strike that left Cena bleeding in the mouth, confirmed Lesnar’s status as a legitimate pro wrestler. Both men were also verbally abusive and made over-the-top demands to the WWE.
The first match featured Brock Lesnar demonstrating what true ass kicking looks like. He speared Cena while sprinting, followed by a flurry of elbows to the face and back. Then, both men were in the ring and a large amount of blood started to trickle from Cena’s head. Both men were stunned by the slams delivered by their opponents.
The second match was the most anticipated, as it featured the heaviest bout in the history of the WWE. Both men fought at least twice during Extreme Rules, which was televised in the United States. The main event was a pay-per-view event. The event included eight professional wrestling matches, with one of the eight matches streamed on YouTube. The match was also the first time that Brock Lesnar had a WWE in-ring match since 2004.
The match was a classic, and there were some great moments from the show. The first match featured John Cena and Brock Lesnar’s heavy-stealing moves to win the title. Despite their respective styles, both men were very different and had contrasting styles in the ring. Although both men were successful in their matches, it was difficult to find their weak points.
The match was the first in the WWE’s history with Brock Lesnar. The former champion, Cena, and Lesnar were not the same person. Both had great talent and were able to defend their respective companies. The WWE was in danger of losing its legitimacy. After eight years, the fight was a big deal. This event was the biggest in the history of the sport.
In the match, John Cena and Brock Lesnar were the first WWE World Heavyweight Champions and were fighting to establish their authority in the organization. Both men were fighting for the legitimacy and face of the WWE, but they had a lot in common. Both men were extremely powerful and had a great deal of charisma. And if they did, then it would be hard for them to beat John Cena.
The show was well attended. Most of the matches had MMA-style elements. In addition to John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar was the first time he fought in the WWE in six years. It was his first in-ring match since 2004 and it was very brutal. A real-life fight between the two would have been a disaster for both men.
The match was great, and there were a lot of highlights. The Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan and CM Punk were great. Layla vs. Nikki Bella was an exciting match. During the finals, both men went to the end of the ring and both men ended up with blood on their face. The MMA-styled matches are the best to watch if you’re into the sport.
The Extreme Rules 2012 match was the final pay-per-view before the transition to the WWE Network. The main event saw three members of the Shield become champions. John Cena won the U.S. Title and the Tag Team Championship. Both fought for the first time in their careers. They also defended their titles. During the match, he pinned Kane and beat Daniel Bryan. Meanwhile, Randy Orton and Sheamus defeated Daniel Bryan and pinned him.