WWE Extreme Rules 2013: 3 Key Storylines That Will Happen

After an explosive week in the WWE, fans can now sit back and try to figure out just what is…

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After an explosive week in the WWE, fans can now sit back and try to figure out just what is happening in wrestling. Ryback turns on John Cena, Mark Henry gets a possible title shot, The Undertaker and Kane re-unite once more, The Shield have a new target, Randy Orton and Big Show is set for Extreme Rules, several stars are missing, Dolph Ziggler cashes in and wins, The Rock is injured, CM Punk is left out of the picture and Brock Lesnar and Triple H isn’t really addressed, the creative team are pushed to produce a show and it just turned out to be amazing… and that was in the space of 48 hours!!

To try and make sense of any of this is almost impossible, but with some many superstars getting a push, here are three matches that will happen at Extreme Rules:

3. The Undertaker, Kane and Daniel Bryan v The Shield

With The Undertaker now 21-0 at Wrestlemania, on this week’s Monday Night Raw, Taker was confronted by WWE’s most promising stable in years, The Shield. The team consisting of Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, were just about to take The Deadman out when the tag team champions, Team Hell No, sprinted to the rescue.

Kane and The Undertaker have been in a monumental amount of storylines together and it looks like WWE wants to put the Brothers of Destruction along with Daniel Bryan in a clash with The Shield, which will likely cumulate at the PPV Extreme Rules.

The Shield, after coming off a huge victory at Wrestlemania when they defeated Randy Orton, The Big Show and Sheamus on the ‘Grandest Stage of them all’.

After defeating CM Punk at Wrestlemania 29 to extend his streak, many believed that Taker would once again take a year’s rest to prepare for WM 30, now it looks like The Deadman is sticking around for at least another month.

It’s unclear what will happen with the WWE Tag Team Titles, but if they were to incorporate them into the feud, Rollins and Reigns would look like a strong force if they were handed the tag team gold.