- Shinsuke Nakamura gained his first WWE PPV win since Royal Rumble.

- Shinsuke Nakamura is now 4-0 against Finn Balor on TV, beating him at Extreme Rules, Smackdown, NXT TV, and the 2014 New Japan Cup.

- The Undertaker's entrance was a brisk 3:49 at Extreme Rules.

- Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre were 13 years old when Shane McMahon had his first WWE PPV match

- Shinsuke Nakamura became the second person to hold the WWE and IWGP Intercontinental Titles, following Chris Jericho.

- Drake Maverick is now the longest reigning WWE 24/7 Champion ever.

- Samoa Joe has lost eight WWE or WWE Universal Championship matches on WWE television since 2017.

- Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley was the longest singles match on Extreme Rules, going 17:29. Becky Lynch & Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans went 19:56.

- Seth Rollins was the only wrestler to get in over 20 minutes of match time at Extreme Rules.

- Braun Strowman has now beaten Bobby Lashley in Last Man Standing, Tug Of War, Arm Wrestling, and several singles matches since the beginning of June.

- Nikki Cross is now winless in all four of her WWE PPV matches, but Extreme Rules was the first time she got pinned in one.

- New Day became six-time tag team champions on Sunday, and AJ Styles became a three-time United States Champion.

- Brock Lesnar's match with Seth Rollins went just 16 seconds at Extreme Rules, while Kevin Owens' with Dolph Ziggler went 17 seconds.

- There have already been seven United States Title changes in 2019, after only six all of 2018.

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