is it me or that ecw in wwe doesnt really look that extreme
That's what sucks about ECW now. Only selected matches are under "extreme rules". I remember when the first two or three weeks of ECW on SciFi featured every single match under "extreme rules". Bottom line is ECW is still better and more tolerable to watch than SmackDown.
WWE Championship Match Edge (C) W/ Lita Vs John Cena
Last Monday, Edge went "over the Edge" by braking into John Cena's fathers home and assulting him. Cena is looking for revenge, but don't expect Cena to walk out as WWE Champion. Edge will retain untill Unforgiven.
Tag Team Match D-Generation X (Shawn Micheals and Triple H) Vs Vince and Shane McMahon
For weeks, it has been an game of one-ups manship between WWE Chairman Vince MaMahon, and his son Shane and DX. The D-generates have gotten under the McMahons skin on more then one occations. Look for DX to take the win.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship King Booker (C) W/ Queen Sharmel Vs The Animal Batista
Batista has been on the shelf since Febuary. But now, The Animal is back. Unfortunatly, I don't see The King holding on to the gold, as he is just a placeholder champion for Batista.
Legand Vs Legand Killer Hulk Hogan Vs Randy Orton
This match has been the center of contraversy with Hogan's recently injured knee. Hogan does looked primed for this match. Orton has an notorios bad attitude backstage. Look for Hogans SS unbeaten streak to remain intact.
I Quit Match Mick Foley Vs Ric Flair
This will be a bloodbath. Both men can bleed and both men can go. Even if Flair is 55 years old. He put up a hell of a fight Vs The Big Show a few weeks ago. But I Quit is Foleys match. Look for Natch to utter the two magic words.
Rey Mystirio Vs Chavo Gurrero
Would you please let Eddie rest in peace? That is all I'm saying about this match.
ECW World Championship Match The Big Show (C) Vs Sabu
From what it looks like, this match will be under WWE rules, and not Extream Rules. So look for a toned down match, that will end one of two ways, eather a Big Show squash, or Rob Van Dam getting involved.