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WWE Extreme Rules 2018 will be the last stop on the road to SummerSlam and wrestling fans that prefer non-traditional matches where anything can happen are in for quite the show. Not only will there be cage matches but chairs, sticks and other non-conventional weapons will also be allowed as Sunday’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view event is the spiritual successor to the now defunct ECW. 

There are eleven matches on Sunday’s card and the three-and-a-half hour show will feature a Steel Cage match, a tables match and James Ellsworth will even be suspended above the ring in a shark cage when Alexa Bliss takes on Nia Jax for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Unfortunately due to a 30-day suspension, Ronda Rousey will not be in the ring but she will be in the crowd. Brock Lesnar is also sitting this one out but he will return with Rousey for SummerSlam.

Jeff Hardy will go up against Shinsuke Nakamura in a singles match for the WWE United States Championship and Extreme Rules 2018 will conclude with the Bulgarian Brute Rusev trying to take the WWE Championship from AJ Styles. Rusev earned the opportunity by outlasting Big E, The Miz, Samoa Joe and Daniel Bryan in SmackDown LIVE’s first-ever Gauntlet Match.

If you’re a fan of wrestling then WWE Extreme Rules 2018 is an event you won’t want to miss and we’ll show you how to live stream it from anywhere in the world for free.

Live stream WWE Extreme Rules from anywhere in the world

Live stream on the WWE Network

How to watch Extreme Rules 2018: USA stream

Stick to the WWE network

If you’re watching from the United States, then subscribing to the WWE network is your best bet as it is the most cost effective way to watch. Other pay-per-view providers including Dish, XFINITY and Cable One are showing Extreme Rules 2018 but they cost upwards of $40 each. 

How to watch Extreme Rules 2018: Canada stream

It's the WWE Network again

As is the case in the WWE’s home country, the WWE Network is also the cheapest, most convenient place to watch Extreme Rules 2018 in Canada. However, you could choose to go with Bell, Shaw PPV or SaksTel PPV but expect to pay similar prices to PPV providers in the US. 

How to watch Extreme Rules 2018: UK stream

How to watch Extreme Rules 2018: Australia stream

How to watch Extreme Rules 2018: Japan stream

The WWE Network is available in Japan

Japanese fans eager to watch Nakamura take on Jeff Hardy for the United States Championship can catch all the action live on the WWE Network. Extreme Rules 2018 will start at 8am on Monday morning in Japan. Alternatively, DMM.com, J:Com and Sukachan are all listed as offering PPV options. 

How to watch WWE Extreme Rules 2018: India stream

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