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PostSubject: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:15



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Elias def. Apollo Crews



LOS ANGELES — Apollo Crews did not “walk with Elias” at WWE No Mercy Kickoff; Elias walked all over Apollo Crews.

In what may go down as one of Elias’ more pristine performances, Raw’s resident guitarist formed a perfect counter-attack to Crews’ crisp, textbook offense and showed up Titus Worldwide’s five-tool player by slowing him down.

Specifically, Elias muscled Crews down to the mat, nullifying his foe’s speed and attempting to stop him from going into his near-bottomless well.

Of course, Crews would not be so easily stifled.
The dynamic Superstar countered Elias’ strategy with an array of arm drags, armbars and dropkicks that could have come out of a textbook.

If it seemed like Crews was taking his win for granted, however — he gleefully chanted “World-WIIIIDE” with his benefactor Titus O’Neil at ringside — that’s because he most likely was.

As Crews slowly revved his way up to his more astounding, risky maneuvers, Elias snatched the advantage back in quick, brutal fashion by swiping Crews’ legs out from under him on the outset of a springboard.

To his credit, Crews stuck to his gameplan, roaring back to hit a standing moonsault and an enzuigiri that sent Elias tumbling from the ring.

But when Crews inevitably attempted to go big, he whiffed on the opportunity, overshooting Elias on a top-rope maneuver.

The response was swift and decisive: A full-body drive from Elias that sent Crews face-first into the opposite turnbuckle, a match-ending Drift Away and a few extra cheap shots on Crews before O’Neil came to his defense.

As talented as Crews is, and as impressive as his performance was, the rest of the locker room would be wise to note that it only takes one miscue for Elias to change the tune.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:18

Intercontinental Champion The Miz def. Jason Jordan



LOS ANGELES — Jason Jordan’s big break remained just out of reach at WWE No Mercy, as Raw General Manager Kurt Angle’s son fell short in his bid to take the Intercontinental Title from hometown hero The Miz, bringing his impressive month to a heartbreaking close.

The loss aside, however, this was far from the three-handkerchief weepie Miz promised to hand Jordan during a confrontation with Angle on the No Mercy Kickoff panel.

In fact, Jordan built nicely upon his performances against Finn Bálor, Roman Reigns and John Cena, using his scientific know-how to manhandle Miz about the ring in the opening moments while The Miztourage panicked at ringside.

Jordan’s dismantling of The Awesome One was ice-cold and efficient, and seeing their ringleader hoisted for an astounding stalling suplex was too much for The Miztourage, who surrounded Jordan and allowed Miz to get back into the fight with a boot to the face and a couple of tackles into the barricade and ring apron.

Using a combination of his veteran instinct and good old-fashioned ruthlessness, The Awesome One pushed the rules as far as possible and slowly chipped away at Jordan with his simplistic but effective offense.

Jordan got an unlikely assist as he began to claw back — “Who’s your daddy?” chants from the WWE Universe that threw Miz off — but Angle’s son began to show signs of frustration, punctuating his wrestling with wild punches and pounding the mat when his double Northern Lights suplex only notched a two-count.

When The Miztourage pulled the champion to the outside for a breather, Jordan took out all three, suplexing Bo Dallas into Curtis Axel and Miz before resuming his ruthless campaign against the Intercontinental Champion.

The young Superstar slowly began to hit all his signature markers en route to a potential victory — charge into the ropes, singlet straps down — but The Miztourage ended up swinging the match.

First, Dallas attempted to interfere, and while Jordan quickly dispatched him, the ref was too preoccupied with Bo to see Jordan’s rollup attempt.

The official also missed a cheap shot from Axel that sent Jordan stumbling into the fateful Skull-Crushing Finale for three.

Jordan seemed as disappointed in himself as anybody during an in-ring interview after the match, taking himself to task for failing to overcome the odds, and promptly requested a rematch.

Jordan’s sportsmanship faltered ever so slightly, however, when he revealed he harbored no respect for the champion and used the WWE Universe’s famous chant for his father — “You suck” — to describe his true feelings for The Awesome One.

Tough night, kid.
But that’s Hollywood for ya. Better luck next time — and there will most certainly be a next time.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:21

Finn Bálor def. Bray Wyatt



LOS ANGELES — Finn Bálor is the man.
Or make that the “Man,” as the former Universal Champion powered his way past Bray Wyatt for a second straight win over The Reaper of Souls — and, crucially, this one came without Bálor using the trappings of The Demon to boost his path to victory.

Bálor and Wyatt's WWE No Mercy grudge match essentially hinged on the idea that the two Superstars, tied at a win apiece, would shed their more ghoulish tendencies and duke it out “Man-to-Man.”

For Wyatt, that meant delivering a cheap shot to his opponent before the bell even rang and a beating on the outside of the ring that brought out a small cadre of WWE officials to escort the injured Bálor to the back.

However, Bálor the man turned out to be as gritty as Bálor The Demon is magnificent.
After Wyatt called him a “coward,” the Irishman willed himself back into the ring and threw hands as fast and furiously as he possibly could, forcing the bell to ring as the match began in earnest.

But, being a man, and a banged-up man at that, he remained firmly in The Reaper of Souls’ control; the former WWE Champion took a few kicks from Bálor, though never quite appeared to be in any real danger.

It took a bit of old-school chicanery from Bálor to finally turn the tide, trapping Wyatt in the ring apron a la Fit Finlay before delivering a swinging, Charlie Brown-style football kick to Wyatt’s dome.

Slowly but surely, Bálor battled his way back into the fight, and Wyatt began to get desperate when The Reaper of Souls’ usual array of physical attacks (a clothesline that turned his foe end over end) and mind games (his signature spider-walk) failed to slow Bálor down.

A pair of suplex-esque throws did seem like they might be enough, but it was Wyatt’s own confidence that spelled his doom.

With Finn seemingly down for the count, Wyatt waited just a few moments too long perched on the top rope, and Bálor used that hesitation to unleash his final burst.

The former Universal Champion kicked Wyatt off the top and blasted him into the turnbuckles with two double-barreled running dropkicks.

The second was enough to set up the final Coup de Grâce and hand Bálor the hard-earned win.
So, in a way, Bray Wyatt was right: Finn Bálor may be a man, but he is an extraordinary man.
More to the point, tonight, he was the better one.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:24

Raw Tag Team Champions Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Cesaro & Sheamus



LOS ANGELES — Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins didn’t just set the bar.
They cleared “The Bar.”

The reigning Raw Tag Team Champions extended their once-unfathomable union a little longer by fending off Cesaro & Sheamus, who had been claiming for weeks that the former Shield-mates would only work together up to a certain point.

Some shenanigans on Monday proved the champs weren’t beyond losing a match, and they certainly weren’t without their hiccups at WWE No Mercy either, but they didn’t compete like a team whose chemistry had an expiration date.

If anything did put the champions at a disadvantage, it was the rabid opening spurt from Ambrose, who literally came out swinging and was repaid in kind by Cesaro, who Cesaro Swung him straight into the steel steps.

The ensuing shoulder injury nearly doomed The Lunatic Fringe before the match began; The Swiss Cyborg brutalized him to such a degree that it seemed as though referee John Cone was about to throw hands against the challenger himself.

To Cone’s relief, Cesaro quickly tagged out, but the appearance of Sheamus provided no such respite for The Lunatic Fringe.

The challengers quickly alternated between Cesaro’s joint manipulation and Sheamus’ blunt-force clubberin’, but Ambrose found daylight by sling-shotting Cesaro into the turnbuckle with such pinpoint accuracy that the collision drove both of The King of Swing’s front teeth into his gums.

The Celtic Warrior made sure the change of fortune was short-lived, delivering three consecutive Irish Curses to Rollins while Cesaro recuperated outside the ring.

The challengers teed off on Rollins in increasingly ruthless fashion — Cone had to calm them down once again — until Ambrose tagged in against Sheamus and proceeded to withstand one of the most hellacious beatings ever laid on a Superstar, including a particularly gruesome sequence in which Cesaro powerbombed Rollins onto The Lunatic Fringe from off the top rope.

With The Kingslayer reduced to a writhing mess on the apron, Cesaro tagged in Sheamus and held Rollins in the ropes to witness what would be the final Brogue Kick — and then Ambrose collapsed before Sheamus could make landfall.

Of course, Ambrose turned out to be playing possum, and while his small-package attempt on Sheamus didn’t quite get the job done, Rollins managed to throw off an attempted interference by Cesaro long enough to feed him into another Brogue Kick meant for The Lunatic Fringe.

One combo of Rollins’ ripcord knee and Ambrose’s Dirty Deeds later, Sheamus suffered the pinfall.
Give credit where it is due: Cesaro & Sheamus can and should hold their heads high in defeat.

But the night belongs to Ambrose & Rollins. Not only did they prove their reconciliation is for real, they showed their status as champions isn’t going away anytime soon.
It’s the elusive run that has both legs and teeth — so to speak.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:26

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Sasha Banks, Bayley, Nia Jax and Emma (Fatal 5-Way Match)



LOS ANGELES — One huggable home-state hero, one legit boss, one self-proclaimed Women’s Revolutionary, one powerhouse, no problem.

Alexa Bliss is still Raw Women’s Champion, defying every odd imaginable to withstand a wild Fatal 5-Way that put her in the path of Sasha Banks, Emma, Nia Jax and Bayley, who was making her in-ring return after suffering a shoulder injury last month.

The match, unsurprisingly, turned into a game of cat-and-mice, with everyone not named Nia Jax uniting against the mighty Superstar in their attempt to take the most impactful player out of the game.

At one point, Emma attempted to do so by herself — just one of many audacious undertakings she took in order to finally prove to the WWE Universe that she should be recognized as the originator of the Women’s Revolution.

But no amount of boldness could distract from the Nia Jax show; she pulverized everyone and everything in sight, most spectacularly with a double Samoan Drop to both Bliss and Banks.

It took two group efforts by all four opponents to take her out — first, a simple dump out of the ring, and later, a savage combo of a double dropkick/powerbomb off the ring apron to the floor.

That second attempt, for a while at least, did the job, and what ensued was a chaotic free-for-all.
Sasha and Bayley even came as close to blows as they have since their time together in NXT, breaking up each other’s respective finishers and trading pinfall attempts on a beleaguered Bliss.

The resurgence of Jax stopped the action cold, though Emma proved herself an unlikely hero by saving Banks from a pinfall after Nia dropped a leg on her sternum.

Bliss quickly got involved by ejecting Emma from the ring, and an intended charge into the corner finally took Nia out of the action when she missed her target and collided with the turnbuckle.

Bliss threw Bayley into Emma as she attempted to interfere and planted The Huggable One with a devastating DDT for the victory.

If you thought Alexa would be humbled by the odds she had to overcome, however, you’d be mistaken.

In a post-match interview with Renee Young, Bliss claimed she stood above the stars of Hollywood as Raw’s one and only Women’s Champion and the only true “Goddess” in WWE.

In fairness, this is true.
There aren’t many people who have been able to stand toe-to-toe with the “Goddess” … so far.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:30

Roman Reigns def. John Cena



LOS ANGELES — If you were scoring the John Cena-Roman Reigns rivalry on how the two talked against each other, you’d be hard-pressed to argue that Cena didn’t get the win.

But talk only gets you so far, and it was Reigns who walked out of WWE No Mercy as the victor of a WrestleMania-caliber match between WWE’s two most commanding and divisive Superstars.

Cena had said earlier that he thought No Mercy would be a “cakewalk,” and he appeared all too happy to play to the WWE Universe rather than take Reigns seriously, even offering to leave the match entirely when they voiced their displeasure for both Superstars.

That earned him a less-than-favorable response from Reigns, who tossed Cena into the steel steps, stalked him around the ring and delivered a pinpoint Drive-By when Cena attempted to stagger to his feet.

The 16-time World Champion didn’t just get stuck in the blocks; he seemed completely unprepared for Reigns’ answers to his maneuvers — that trip into the steps brought him to his knees, and Reigns wiped the ear-to-ear grin off Cena's face with a jaw-shattering right hand as he attempted to hit his notorious “Five Moves of Doom.”

Yet, as he always does, Cena did eventually rally to hit his big maneuvers, including the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, an STF and a reversal of the Superman Punch into an Attitude Adjustment.

None of those moves put Reigns down (he shook off the Shuffle, reversed the STF into a one-armed powerbomb, and kicked out of the AA at two), but both Superstars quickly learned that each of them were as advertised as they began to unload their respective match-enders.

Cena kicked out of a Superman Punch and olé’d Reigns full-speed into the turnbuckle when The Big Dog attempted a Spear, but Reigns also kicked out of the near-bulletproof second-rope AA.

It was at this point that Cena tapped into his old reserves of ruthless aggression, but Reigns’ persistence didn’t just surprise him, it nearly broke him.

First, Reigns reversed Cena’s attempt of an AA through the announce table by spearing Cena through the desk that had been meant for him, and then his kick-out of two consecutive AA’s unnerved Cena so much that the typically stoic Superstar went nose-to-nose with referee John Cone over the count.

Ultimately, Reigns had one more ounce in the tank left than Cena did, as the 16-time World Champion walked straight into a quick-strike Superman Punch-Spear combo out of nowhere moments later, leading to the most precious three-count of Reigns' young career.

It was what happened afterward, though, that may truly define this contest for years to come.
Cena raised Reigns’ hand in a gesture of respect and received a nod of his own from The Big Dog, yet The Cenation Leader remained in the ring while Reigns made his exit.

Once Roman had left, Cena rose to his feet and bowed to the audience to the tune of a standing ovation and a “Thank You Cena” chant.
So now, he’s got Reigns’ respect.

He may not have wanted it, but he’s got it.
The WWE Universe’s too, though it’s fair to say he may have always had that after all.


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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:32

Enzo Amore def. Neville to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion



LOS ANGELES — The King of the Cruiserweights has lost his crown — because Enzo Amore snatched it.

After being kicked in the so-called crown jewels by Enzo on 205 Live, Neville had promised a “quick affair” against Muscles Marinara in one of the most unlikely WWE Cruiserweight Title defenses in history.

But the high-flying Englishman ended up on the wrong end of said history when he attempted to expose Enzo’s supposed deficiencies as an athlete and combatant instead of putting him away as early as possible.

It didn’t matter that Enzo only got a handful of maneuvers in on offense.
The King of the Cruiserweights’ insistence on playing with his food kept The Realest Guy in the Room in the fight long enough for him to employ his own strategy of smart-not-fair when it comes to achieving the victory.

Neville's greatest mistake was not going for the Red Arrow when he had the chance, instead transitioning (slowly) into a second-rope Phoenix Splash that missed its mark.

Enzo answered with a top-rope “DDG,” and Neville suddenly had himself a match.
And when Neville gets challenged, he gets angry.

The King of the Cruiserweights threw Amore into the timekeeper’s area in hopes of another count-out, but Enzo quickly grabbed hold of Neville’s WWE Cruiserweight Championship, leading to a tense standoff between champion, challenger and referee when Enzo got back in the ring with the championship.

After being threatened with disqualification, Enzo handed the title back to the official, and while the zebra’s back was turned, Muscles Marinara administered another savage low-blow to The King of the Cruiserweights and rolled him up for three.

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PostSubject: Re: No Mercy 2017 - Full Results   Tue 3 Oct - 11:36

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar def. Braun Strowman



LOS ANGELES — Is Braun Strowman the next Brock Lesnar? Paul Heyman has praised The Monster Among Men as the second coming of his prized client thanks to the way Strowman has “monster-handled” his way through the Raw locker room.

That said, “The Beast Among Monsters” didn’t look quite ready to cede his throne at WWE No Mercy.
Yes, Lesnar is still the reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Champion, despite being tossed around like a rag doll by Strowman in their WrestleMania-caliber clash for The Beast’s title.

That Brock managed to kick out of an early Running Powerslam and bludgeon Strowman was the only success he could claim in the early goings.

Strowman again popped up from a German Suplex and answered with an immediate chokeslam, drove Lesnar into the ring post on the outside and two turnbuckles on the inside.

At one point, the only offense Lesnar had to his name was a German Suplex and a right hand.
The Beast went to his mat game in response, applying a torturous Kimura Lock that brought Strowman to his knees.

The Monster Among Men managed to reach the ropes and reply with a spinebuster, but the long stretch in the maneuver left Braun a changed man.

Now, when Lesnar opened the gates to Suplex City, his monstrous foe wasn’t quite as quick to get up.

But six suplexes later, he wasn’t ready to stay down, either.
Strowman answered Brock’s F-5 attempt with a pair of Running Powerslams, but his injured arm took too much of the impact for him to make the cover, and he paid for it.

Lesnar, with the last ounce of strength available to him, hoisted Strowman up for an F-5, nearly drove The Monster Among Men through the canvas and secured the three-count that extended his Universal Championship reign.

Braun Strowman will almost certainly be back here, and he may indeed be the next big thing.
But “next” is still a ways in the future.


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