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The Jeff Hardy v Shinsuke match lasted about 5 seconds. I at first thought Brock was wrestling in the match since it was only 5 seconds but alias I was wrong , Haha
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The fans at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania definitely got the attention of Seth Rollins on Sunday night.

At the WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view last night, Dolph Ziggler defeated Rollins in the 30-minute Iron Man main event for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. At one point in the match, Rollins was up three falls to zero, but ended up failing to get the job done.

During the match, the fans in Pittsburgh began a trend of counting all the way down from ten to one every time another minute would wind down on the 30-minute clock. Rollins, who noticed the trend, tweeted his own countdown from ten to one on Twitter after the match.

The tweet ended up getting re-tweeted by the official WWE Twitter page, which led to a large influx of comments from the WWE Universe apologizing for the fans behavior in Pittsburgh last night.

10..9..8..7..6..5..4..3..2..1..

— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) July 16, 2018


 
A crowd of attention seeking marks.
 
One midcard title match lasting a few seconds.
 
Randall returning to heelishly attack the babyface former champion that was already laid out.
 
The other midcard title having way too many falls and being made to go into added time for no reason.
 
A female title match that was too obvious that Ronda would jump the barrier.
 
Management trying to copy a twenty year old memory instead of trying to make new ones.
 
A card full of promise on paper and it didn't create any lasting memory.
 
I would say 5/10 for what we saw. Even for ten pound a month on the network I feel short changed.
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Yes , very poor PPV.
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Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt Vs Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas should never have ended with a title change.

Dolph Ziggler On Raw has been around just about as long as anyone and yet needs all that help from his buddy who's been fired before?

Alexa Bliss & Nia Jax Partnership need to have no more matches because they suck.

Finn Balor & Baron Corbin Storyline was solid enough for a low card time filler.

No idea what Jeff Hardy & Shinsuke Nakamura Storyline was all about or the reasoning behind it.


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