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Stipulation added for SmackDown Women’s Title match at Extreme Rules

SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and Nikki Cross both competed in their own Beat the Clock matches on tonight’s RAW.

If Cross could beat her opponent in less time then it took Bayley to defeat hers then Alexa Bliss would have an advantage. She would be able to name the stipulation for her championship match at Extreme Rules. Bliss was not present on tonights show.

Bayley went first where she defeated Sarah Logan at 4:32. Cross had to follow suit and defeat Dana Brooke in less time. She did just that finishing her match with a neckbreaker to put Brooke away with 1:50 to spare.

After the match, Cross and Bayley met in the ring for the announcement of the stipulation. Cross spoke on behalf of her good friend Bliss and named the match at Extreme Rules a 2-On-1 Handicap match. Bayley will have the odds stacked against her on Sunday.

Cross lets Bayley know that she may need to find a “friend.”

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