Regardless of the booking, this has consistently been one of my favourite pay per views of the year, and I don't think this year will be any exception, as I'm sure the in-ring quality will be fine, and in some cases, tremendous.
Here are my thoughts and predictions from start to finish...
Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Naomi vs. Lana vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Ember Moon vs. Natalya vs. Sasha Banks in the women's Money in the Bank match
[WWE Network commercials air next]
Seth Rollins vs. Elias for The Intercontinental Championship
[Highlights from the tag team battle royal are shown]
[Kurt Angle is backstage with Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, who have just seen the footage on the monitor]
Axel: Those guys look familiar, don't they, Bo?
Dallas: Certainly, Curtis. A couple of good looking guys I would say.
Angle: Alright, enough. This is serious. Look, guys, for weeks you have been begging me for a shot at the Raw Tag Team Championships. I gave you that opportunity in the battle royal, and you made the most of it. Well tonight is your shot. So go out there, and prove your worth.
[Baron Corbin comes up behind Angle and awkwardly places his elbow on Angle's shoulder]
Corbin: Don't let us down!
Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy vs. The B Team for The Raw Tag Team Championships
[Ziggler gets on the microphone]
Ziggler: Last Monday on Raw, we warned every team within the sound of our voices that change is coming. Well change is here! And this was just the first casualty.
McIntyre: We've been overlooked for far too long. As of now, the tag team division starts and ends with us. And if you don't like it, come and do something about it!
[Renee Young is backstage with Big Cass]
Renee: Cass, tonight you have exactly what you wanted. You go one on one with Daniel Bryan. Any last thoughts?
Cass: What I wanted? What I wanted is for Daniel Bryan to stay retired. That little troll should have never come back, and tonight, I'm gonna show him why. I said from the start that a good little man can never beat a good big man. I'm the biggest man in this business. So what you should do is go find Daniel Bryan, and ask him if it was really worth it. But don't worry. After our match, I'm sure he'll be free for an interview. What's left of him anyway.
Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass
After the match, Cass grabs the microphone.
Cass: And so ends the great Daniel Bryan story. But you know what? I'm not finished yet.
As Cass goes to pick Bryan up, Bryan grabs him and applies the Yes! Lock, to which Cass furiously taps out. The referees then storm the ring, trying to break up the submission.
[More WWE Network commercials air]
Carmella vs. Asuka for the Smackdown! Live Women's Championship
After the match, Carmella starts taunting Asuka by holding the belt over her, but as soon as Carmella turns her back, Asuka pops back up and applies the Asuka lock again for an extended period of time. Once the referees are able to break up the hold, Becky Lynch comes out with the briefcase, and cashes it in. Becky immediately applies the disarm-her on Carmella for the quick tap out, and she wins the Smackdown! Live Women's Championship. As Becky celebrates with the belt, Asuka spins her around, and it looks like they're going to fight, but they end up shaking hands.
[The announcers show a recap of the military obstacle course segment from Raw]
Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn
[The pay per view panel provide their thoughts on the night thus far, and predictions for the remaining matches]
The Bludgeon Brothers vs. The Club for The Smackdown! Live Tag Team Championships
Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal
[Up next is a recap of the Raw segment between Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax]
Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women's Championship
After the match, Rousey starts complaining to the ref that she never submitted, and then turns to question Natalya. Nattie says she was concerned, and the distraction allows Jax to nail Rousey from behind. Jax then corners Natalya, who starts smirking, and her and Jax hug and then leave together, while Rousey stares a hole through both of them from the ring.
AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing match for The WWE World Heavyweight Championship
[The pay per view panel provide their predictions for the second Money in the Bank match]
Braun Strowman vs. Finn Balor vs. The Miz vs. Rusev vs. Bobby Roode vs. Kevin Owens vs. Big E. vs. Samoa Joe in the men's Money in the Bank match
So there you have it.
Here are my match predictions for Extreme Rules:
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles in a 30-minute Ironman match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal in a Falls Count Anywhere match
Seth Rollins vs. Elias in a Guitar on a Pole match for the Intercontinental Championship
Nia Jax and Natalya vs. Ronda Rousey in a 2-on-1 Handicap match for the Raw Women's Championship
Becky Lynch vs. Carmella vs. Asuka vs. Charlotte in a Fatal Four-way match for the Smackdown! Live Women's Championship
Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass in an I Quit match
Sami Zayn vs. Bobby Lashley in a Boot Camp match
Finn Balor vs. Kevin Owens in a Last Chance Ladder match for the Money in the Bank briefcase - If Owens wins, he gets the briefcase, but if he loses, he never gets an opportunity at the Universal Championship.
Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon's hand-picked opponent from Smackdown! Live (Rusev) in an Extreme Rules match - If Strowman wins, he gets Shane McMahon at SummerSlam. This could also be the start of Rusev's heel turn when he loses.
The Bludgeon Brothers vs. The Usos vs. The New Day vs. The Club vs. The Bar in a Tag Team Turmoil match for the Smackdown! Live Tag Team Championships