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A great Extreme Rules pay-per-view is more than 24 hours old and fans are still sorting out their thoughts on what they saw. It was a lot to take in for one Sunday night in Chicago, but WWE delivered on their first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 28.

Nine matches saw five titles up for grabs and two change hands. However, it was some of the non-title matchups that take the best and worst spots of the night.

WWE made it difficult on themselves by having four rematches from the previous pay-per-view, which can often lead to a letdown with little left in the tank following a WrestleMania encounter.

Instead, each match was completely different as the match stipulations proved to be a nice touch in separating one match from ...

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