WWE Extreme Rules Results: All The Winners At A Glance
The WWE winners and losers from last night's event at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois...
Seth Rollins retained his WWE World Heavyweight championship against Randy Orton at Extreme Rules last night after blasting The Viper with his own banned move.
Orton was denied another win against his Wrestlemania foe after the cage gatekeeper, Kane, involved himself in the main event and went on the rampage, chokeslamming every one in sight.
J&J Security were the first to take the ride up and swiftly down to the canvas before The Authority's Director of Operations unloaded on Orton and Rollins, too.
With Orton kicking out of a pin attempt after Kane had rolled Rollins on top of his opponent, Kane then ate Randy's prohibited finisher before Rollins snuck in to take out Orton with his own move and crawl out of the cage.
Elsewhere, Roman Reigns had an uncomfortable landing through two tables after being chokeslammed over the top rope and out of the ring before coming back to topple Big Show in the Last Man Standing match. Show was eventually toppled with a spear through the Spanish announce table and found himself pinned down by another commentary table, hauled onto him by Reigns.
Despite the US champion's Russian chain match victory, John Cena's feud with Rusev will continue. An 'I Quit' match has already been announced for next month's Payback event.
And the New Day are the new tag champs following a lively encounter with Cesaro and Tyson Kidd. New Day picked up the title win with a rollup on the Swiss Superstar from Kofi Kingston.
It was announced in the hours running up to the show that Intercontinental champion Daniel Bryan had not passed his medical tests and would not be performing. His opponent, Bad News Barrett, was quickly reshuffled into a contest with fellow Brit Neville on the pre-show.
WWE Extreme Rules 2015 results from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois:
Neville pinned Bad News Barrett with the Red Arrow during the kickoff show
Dean Ambrose finished off Luke Harper with Dirty Deeds in a Chicago Street Fight
Dolph Ziggler snatched one from Sheamus in a Kiss Me A*** Match, but Dolph ended up having his face rubbed into Sheamus’ cheeks after a sneaky low blow
The New Day beat Tyson Kidd and Cesaro for the WWE tag belts
John Cena retained his US championship in a Russian Chain Match with Rusev
Nikki Bella successfully defended her Divas championship against Naomi with a Rack Attack
Roman Reigns beat Big Show in a Last Man Standing Match after Show was speared through the Spanish announce table and had another dumped on top of him
Ryback slapped about Bo Dallas
Seth Rollins kept his WWE World Heavyweight championship in a cage match against Randy Orton after Rollins blasted The Viper with the RKO, his own banned move, to make his escape