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Who will be the first Superstar to challenge The Beast? This is a question that will be answered in historically chaotic fashion.

At Extreme Rules, for the first time ever, in a battle that could change the course of the New Era, an Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Match between Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Finn Bálor, Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe to determine who will compete with Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle announced the historic showdown on the May 15 edition of Monday Night Raw, and speculation is already running rampant as to who will emerge victorious and get the chance to tangle with The Beast for Raw’s top prize.

Though Reigns’ unbreakable determination helped him overcome The Undertaker at WrestleMania and put Braun Strowman on the shelf for six months, it remains to be seen whether The Big Dog will be able to simultaneously conquer four of the best Superstars in the business under such extreme circumstances.

In addition to the absolute bedlam that such a showdown promises, Rollins and Samoa Joe will both need to get past the enormous animosity that they have for one another in order to concentrate on the entire field of battle in this epic free-for-all.

Lest we forget that the first Universal Champion, Bálor, was never beaten for his title, but was instead forced to surrender it due to injury and is now hungry for an opportunity to challenge The Beast Incarnate.

And one must never count out Wyatt, arguably one of the most cunning competitors in the contest, who continues to show time and time again why he is The New Face of Fear by thriving in the very mayhem that the Fatal 5-Way Match will unleash.

Who will triumph in the Fatal 5-Way Match and become the first Superstar to attempt to conquer The Conqueror? Find out on June 4 at 8 ET/5 PT, steaming live on WWE Network.

At WWE Payback, Seth Rollins was ready for Samoa Joe to target his banged-up knee and surprised his foe with a sound game plan to counter it. And while he won the rematch on Raw, The Kingslayer did not escape unscathed.

The bout stemmed from a five-alarm backstage brawl between Joe and Rollins earlier in the show, and the two picked up right where they left off once the bell rang, though Joe claimed the advantage when he trapped The Architect’s leg in the ropes and booted him right in the bum knee.

Joe maintained his advantage to the point that Rollins accidentally exposed the turnbuckle while grasping for the pad, and The Samoan Submission Machine capitalized by whipping The Kingslayer into the steel. When the ref paused the action to replace the cover, Joe decided he’d rather brutalize Rollins further than defeat him outright: Despite the ref’s warning, Joe rammed his opponent into the buckle again to the tune of a disqualification, then locked The Architect in the Coquina Clutch to remind Rollins that the punishment ends when he, and only he, decides.

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With Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor both impressing last night at WWE Payback, the field for the Universal Championship has suddenly gotten very crowded.

Both Superstars made it very apparent that their long-term goal is to challenge Brock Lesnar for Raw’s resident heavyweight title, as The Architect has never won it and Bálor was forced to relinquish it due to injury just 24 hours after becoming the first-ever Universal Champion.

Dean Ambrose was quick to break up the confab, claiming that he, as Intercontinental Champion, held the No. 1 prize on Raw and would be happy to defend it against either Seth or Finn. That brought out The Miz, who once again ran Ambrose down for The Lunatic Fringe’s perceived slights against what became Miz’s signature championship over the last year. So, Ambrose devised a simple solution: He called Raw General Manager Kurt Angle from the ring and got him to sanction a Triple Threat Match between Rollins, Bálor and Miz, with the winner to be named his No. 1 contender.

One night after denying The Miz entry into The Bálor Club, Finn Bálor has joined the ranks of The A-Lister’s own club of vanquished foes. Granted, the Irishman’s unwitting entry into that ignominious group was helped along by a third party that paid his membership fee, but the upshot of Raw’s thrilling Triple Threat main event was that The Miz became the first man to pin Bálor in WWE, becoming next man up for the Intercontinental Championship in the process.

In fact, it was technically two interferences that paved Miz’s road to victory: Seth Rollins was the third man in the Triple Threat and was on a roll among rolls when Samoa Joe crashed the match and flattened him with a Uranage on the outside. Rollins’ exit teed Bálor up for a run of offense that had him within spitting distance of the win, at least until Bray Wyatt showed up and blasted Bálor with Sister Abigail, allowing Miz to pin Bálor and claim the victory.

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Samoa Joe nearly caused Seth Rollins to miss his second straight WrestleMania by tearing the MCL his right knee weeks before The Show of Shows. At WWE Payback, though, Rollins battled to earn his redemption, defeating Joe with a quick roll-up.

It was just weeks ago when Rollins fought to recover before prevailing against Triple H at WrestleMania. After slaying The King of Kings, The Architect turned his attention to the man who nearly cost him everything: Samoa Joe.

The Kingslayer started the match with a fast-and-furious attack, taking every risk to knock down Joe. But his formidable opponent only needed one shot at Rollins’ knee to turn the showdown 180-degrees. From there, the bout became an exercise in punishment, as Joe twisted and smashed Rollins’ ailing knee just like a lion would toy with a gazelle.

The damage lingered with Rollins for the rest of the match, as every move of offense or defense resulted in him writhing in pain. The Kingslayer fought through the agony, though, flying halfway across the ring for a crushing Frog Splash.

The hard-hitting Samoan tried to suck the life out of Rollins with a sleeper hold and looked for one more maneuver to finish him off, but The Kingslayer suddenly countered with a roll-up for the three-count.

Rollins had to feel vindicated with the victory, but as he hobbled to the back, it was clear he’d be feeling the effects of this battle for a while.

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We’ll admit it: Taking out Enzo Amore before a planned Six-Man Tag Team Match was a good strategy for Samoa Joe, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson. Alas, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle wasn’t exactly going to leave Seth Rollins and Big Cass hanging, so he was quick to sub in a third man for the beleaguered fan-favorites: Finn Bálor.

Joe, Gallows & Anderson wisely formulated their strategy on separating Finn from his tag team partners, leading to the surreal sight of Bálor battling his own good brothers for minutes on end. After Gallows superkicked Cass off the apron, things looked even more dire. But Finn managed to reach Rollins anyway and he singlehandedly took out the opposition, teeing himself up for the Pedigree on Karl Anderson before seemingly reconsidering and instead pulling the former Tag Team Champion face-first into a flying knee. Neat.

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