There are few sport and entertainment events that have weathered the coronavirus pandemic and the WWE has been luckier than most organisations, with every main roster event having taken place in some form or another this year (albeit without crowds).


The next big event in the calendar is WWE Extreme Rules, also known as The Horror Show at Extreme Rules.

Read on for everything you need to know about the extravaganza, including how to watch, the full list of matches and where it's being held.

What time does WWE Extreme Rules start?

WWE's The Horror Show at Extreme Rules takes place on Sunday 19th July.

The main card will be streaming live on the WWE Network from midnight after a kickoff show from 11pm.

How to watch WWE Extreme Rules

The most straightforward way to watch is by tuning into the WWE Network online video streaming service.

Grab a free trial to watch WWE Extreme Rules

You can get a subscription for £9.99 a month, with the first month available for free and the app can be accessed on a range of platforms including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and most games consoles.

Alternatively, you can watch on pay per view, via BT Sport Box Office.

WWE Extreme Rules matches

The event has thrown up some intriguing looking match-ups, you can take a look at them all below:

  • Drew McIntyre (c) v Dolph Ziggler
  • Asuka (c) v Sasha Banks
  • Bayley (c) v Nikki Cross
  • Braun Strowman v Bray Wyatt
  • Rey Mysterio v Seth Rollins
  • Apollo Crews (c) v MVP

Where is WWE Extreme Rules being held?

Originally the event was set to take place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California but it has now been moved to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.


There are still restrictions on public gatherings being enforced by the Santa Clara County government.