Bayley gets her rematch against Alexa Bliss in a Kendo Stick on a Pole Match at Extreme Rules. I've never been wild about the object on a pole matches as the entire time is spent with one wrestler trying to keep the other wrestler from getting to the object to use it. However, it is something a little different and it's cool to see the women involved in some sort of no DQ type of situation. While I haven't been blown away by her in the ring, Alexa Bliss is loaded with personality and cuts some of the best promos going. Bayley is in something of a quandary because the problem with an underdog is that you can't stay an underdog forever, which means she eventually will have to evolve into something that's more than just the hugger. At the same time, however, it's what brought her to the dance and it's a money maker for WWE. WWE, in my opinion, pushed Bayley to the title much too soon as it should've been a long build up. At any rate, I look for Little Miss Bliss to retain the title at Extreme Rules.