#ExtremeRules: Brock Lesnar Becomes Universal Champion
Seth Rollins is no longer the Universal champion after he lost his title to Brock Lesnar following a successful Money In The Bank briefcase cash-in in Philadelphia.
Shinsuke Nakamura became the new Intercontinental champion with a surprise victory over The Demon, Finn Balor.
The Undertaker teamed up with Roman Reigns to take on Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre.
It was one of the Dead Man’s best performance on the night as they won the match.
Bayley successfully defended the SmackDown women’s championship by beating both Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross in a two-against-one handicap match.
The Revival retained their Raw tag team championship after defeating The Uso brothers while the New Day became Smackdown tag team champions following win over Daniel Bryan and Luke Harper along with Heavy Machinery in a triple threat match.
AJ Styles recaptured the United States title from Ricochet thanks to an assist from Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, and a second-rope Styles Clash.
The mixed double fight between Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch against Baron Cobin and Lacey Evans in a winners take all ended in favour of Rollins and his girlfriend Lynch.
However, Lesnar emerged after the match with Paul Heyman and briefcase in tow.
But things got ugly as Corbin and Evans attacked the couples as Brock Lesnar arrived the scene and cashed-in his Money in the Bank contract, to win the Universal Championship.
Samoa Joe, however, could not take the WWE title from Kofi Kingston as he ensured The New Day finished the night drenched in championships by seeing off his challenger with a Trouble in Paradise.