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Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman


Get ready for the roof to get blown off the Staples Center when Universal Champion Brock Lesnar locks horns with Braun Strowman at Raw's exclusive No Mercy pay-per-view this Sunday.

At SummerSlam, The Beast survived Strowman, Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns in a chaotic Fatal 4-Way Match. The following night, as The Conqueror and his outspoken advocate Paul Heyman were basking in the glow of victory on Monday Night Raw, The Monster Among Men suddenly emerged to make two things clear: Lesnar hadn't conquered him at all, and Strowman wasn't finished with him yet.

The massive would-be challenger made clear his intention to take the Universal Title away from Lesnar, prompting a heated altercation between the two Superstars that left the "reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Champion" laid out in the ring. Raw General Manager Kurt Angle would later make a title contest official, and we are off to the races. 

There is no denying that Strowman has truly made his mark as a Monster Among Men, fueled by an uncontrollable fury that has brought complete destruction to Team Red. However, he has never faced anything as dangerous as a one-on-one title bout with The Beast Incarnate.

Despite the all-out bedlam that took place at The Biggest Event of the Summer, all four competitors in the Fatal 4-Way Match were forced to split their focus to deal with danger on all sides. At the September pay-per-view, however, there will be nothing standing between the two great forces of pure destruction. And judging from Lesnar's victory at SummerSlam, he is just as dominant and resilient as he has even been.

What will happen when The Beast Incarnate takes on The Monster Among Men?

 

 

 

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Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose vs Cesaro & Sheamus


At WWE No Mercy, Raw Tag Team Champions Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins will go head-to-head against former titleholders Cesaro & Sheamus in a tough-as-nails SummerSlam Rematch.

Considering the volatile demise of The Shield, the reuniting of Rollins & Ambrose as tag team partners seemed unlikely to everyone – including the Superstars themselves. Nevertheless, the brothers-in-arms indeed reassembled in explosive fashion and overcame Cesaro & Sheamus at The Biggest Event of the Summer to claim the Raw Tag Team Titles.

Though their styles are quite different – Rollins' calculated dominance meeting Ambrose's unpredictable mayhem – The Kingslayer and The Lunatic Fringe have once again found a common ground and fused their approaches into sheer tag team excellence.

Speaking of tag team superiority, the hard-hitting combination of Cesaro & Sheamus have not backed down an inch since losing the titles at SummerSlam. Instead, The Alabaster Gladiator and Swiss Cyborg have continued to build themselves into a tandem that is absolute power personified. And after trading singles victories with the current titleholders, they now look to take back the championship at the Sunday, Sept. 24, pay-per-view.

 

 

 

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Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss vs Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma (Fatal 5-Way Match)


Alexa Bliss will look to retain her Raw Women's Championship against incredible odds when "The Goddess" battles Sasha Banks, Bayley, Nia Jax and Emma in a Fatal 5-Way Match at No Mercy.

A four-time Women's Champion, Sasha is poised to reclaim her title after losing it to Alexa on the Aug. 28 edition of Monday Night Raw. The Boss has proven herself a ground-breaking Superstar time and time again, going to battle in everything from WWE Iron Man Matches to the first-ever Women's Hell in a Cell Match. She is an extremely dangerous competitor with no love lost for the current titleholder, and it's safe to say she will be out to prove ignorance is Bliss at WWE No Mercy.

While the dominant Nia Jax has been a consistent threat to the Raw Women's Title, her friendship with Alexa has often clouded the issue. That all changed just moments after Little Miss Bliss regained the championship gold from Sasha. Though Nia appeared to be coming to the ring to congratulate the new champ, the celebration quickly took a destructive turn when the Samoan Superstar suddenly dropped her best friend to the canvas without warning. The message was loud and clear: Nia Jax is coming for the Raw Women's Championship at all costs.

While the WWE No Mercy showdown was originally intended to be a one-one-one clash between Alexa and Sasha, Emma and Nia overcame The Boss and the titleholder in a tag team bout to make it a Fatal 4-Way Match. Emma claims to be instrumental in bringing about the Women's Revolution, and she will surely be hungry to solidify her place at the top of the mountain Sunday night.

But wait, there's more. Less than a week before WWE No Mercy, Bayley returned in her hometown of San Jose, Calif., making the bout a Fatal 5-Way Match.

While a Fatal 5-Way certainly stacks the odds against the reigning titleholder, as she doesn't have to be pinned or submit to lose her championship, don't count out Alexa just yet. "The Goddess" stands as a two-time Raw Women's Champion, a two-time SmackDown Women's Champion and the first (and still only) Superstar to ever hold both of those titles. Whether you like her or hate here, the ruthless competitor has accumulated so much success in such a brief time because she is just that good.

Who will walk out of WWE No Mercy with the Raw Woman's Title? 

 

 

 

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Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Jason Jordan


At WWE No Mercy, Jason Jordan will have the opportunity to silence The Miz, who has accused Jordan of receiving favoritism from his father, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, and take The A-Lister's coveted Intercontinental Title all at the same time.

Jordan earned the right to go head-to-head against Miz by winning a hard-fought Six-Pack Challenge against Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Elias, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel this week on Raw. Angle originally set up a Fatal 4-Way Match, but when The A-Lister accused the GM of giving his son advantages that he didn't deserve, a determined Jordan requested that his father include The Miztourage in the melee as well. 

Just moments after emerging victorious from free-for-all, Jordan was the recipient of a vicious post-match assault by The Miz and his cohorts, who made it clear that he will not be so lucky this Sunday.

Though there is no denying the tremendous ability of the up-and-coming Superstar – not to mention the success embedded in his DNA - overcoming the seven-time Intercontinental Champion will not be the least bit easy. Not only will The Awesome One have his wife Maryse and The Miztourage backing him up, but the A-Lister just passed The Honky Tonk Man to become the third-longest combined reigning Intercontinental Champion in WWE history, and he is determined not to stop that number any time soon.

 

 

 

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WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Enzo Amore


The Realest Guy in the Room has the opportunity to prove he is the new face of the Cruiserweight division when he challenges Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at WWE No Mercy.

The two Superstars have been on a collision course ever since Enzo Amore made his WWE 205 Live debut, moments after The King of the Cruiserweights retained the title against Akira Tozawa in a SummerSlam rematch. Despite losing the Cruiserweight Championship to Tozawa the week before The Biggest Event of the Summer, Neville has vanquished every challenger that has stepped forward to take his throne. However, The Certified G has certainly made a splash since changing divisions, and he's poised to prove that Neville is S-A-W-F-T.

Since his debut in the Cruiserweight division, Enzo has claimed victory against Noam Dar in singles competition, and he has teamed up with Cedric Alexander and Gran Metalik on two occasions against Dar, Tony Nese and Drew Gulak. In those two Six-Man Tag Team Matches, The Certified G managed to pick up victories using rather questionable tactics. Following their second victory on Raw, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville – hungry for a challenger – informed Enzo, Alexander and Metalik they would face Nese and The Brian Kendrick in a Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match to determine who would challenge The King of the Cruiserweights at WWE No Mercy.

The Realest Guy in the Room defied the odds and earned the opportunity to challenge Neville for the coveted Cruiserweight Title, despite once again resorting to questionable tactics to stave off elimination and claim the victory. However, The Certified G now faces his greatest challenge to date: Claiming the throne from the WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

Will Enzo Amore silence all the haters and change the course of WWE 205 Live by claiming the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, or will he be the next challenger to bow down to The King of the Cruiserweights?

 

 

 

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John Cena vs. Roman Reigns


At WWE No Mercy, John Cena will battle Roman Reigns for the first time in what is sure to be a highly personal WrestleMania-worthy main event.

As the hottest free-agent in WWE, Cena made a surprise leap from SmackDown LIVE over to the Aug. 21 edition of Monday Night Raw for one reason: to stand toe-to-toe with Reigns. This was a challenge The Big Dog welcomed, as Reigns was eager to show the 16-time World Champion just how much the yard had changed since The Leader of the Cenation last competed on Team Red.

The following week, the match that may prove to be one of the greatest of 2017 was announced for the Sept. 24 pay-per-view in a WWE.com Exclusive video before being made official on Raw during an extremely personal war of words that only poured gasoline on the already-raging fire of their coming battle. 

It's a showdown that has been a long time coming, and there is no denying Cena and Reigns are two of the top competitors in the squared circle today. Not only are they extremely hard-hitting and armed with a powerful arsenal, but neither is likely to yield to even the toughest of adversaries under any circumstances. Thus, the stage is set for a truly explosive collision between two irresistible forces.

Furthermore, Cena and Reigns are arguably the two most polarizing Superstars in the history of WWE, a fact that leaves many fans intrigued to see how the WWE Universe is going to react and what kind of an atmosphere they will set for the titanic clash.

 

 

 

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Finn Bálor vs. Bray Wyatt


Though Bray Wyatt failed to defeat Finn Bálor at SummerSlam, The New Face of Fear has found a way to put The Demon to rest, as his Irish adversary will step into the darkness without the help of his alter-ego in a highly anticipated SummerSlam rematch this Sunday at WWE No Mercy.

Wyatt initially set this rivalry ablaze when he delivered an eerie warning to Bálor back in July, leading to numerous encounters between the two increasingly hostile adversaries. In the past, Wyatt has shown a distinct ability to get inside the heads of his foes, but at SummerSlam, Bálor's Demon persona proved to be the equalizer.

However, on the Aug. 28 episode of Raw, Wyatt appeared out of the darkness to throw Bálor over the top rope during a Battle Royal to determine who would challenge Miz for the Intercontinental Title, costing the Irishman a potential championship opportunity.

Hell-bent on putting an end to his war with Wyatt, the first-ever Universal Champion called out The Eater of Worlds the following week on Raw. The Man of 1,000 Truths was happy to oblige his foe in a fight, but he made it clear it had to be man-to-man.

Can Bálor defeat Wyatt in a man-to-man showdown? Or, was it The Demon who was the only one capable of toppling The Eater of Worlds, as Wyatt suggests?

 

 

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Apollo Crews vs. Elias (Kickoff Match)



The Walking with Elias World Tour will continue at WWE No Mercy Kickoff when Elias goes one-on-one against Titus Worldwide's Apollo Crews.

In addition to displaying impressive ring ability, Elias has been quite busy bringing his unique brand of concert to the WWE Universe, and Raw's resident guitarist will likely have some choice words for the STAPLES Center crowd. There is no doubt that O'Neil will come to Los Angeles looking to attract the Hollywood elite, but can Crews, the powerhouse of Titus Worldwide, silence the sinister songsmith?

 

Apollo Crews vs. Elias (Kickoff Match)

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Enzo Amore

Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Jason Jordan

Finn Bálor vs. Bray Wyatt

Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose vs Cesaro & Sheamus

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

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman

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The Rock, Daniel Bryan, Undertaker, Lesnar, AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, Dean... epa ja chega. Não, não vamos respeitar o Reigns. Estamos fartos dele e já só queremos que ele desapareça do nosso ecrã. Não, não é mau em ringue, mas desaparece já. Fdx aquele combate (safou-se de 3 FUs e de um super FU), o depois do combate com o Cena a levantar o braço :lol: epa po caralho.

Enzo? A sério? O ENZO?? Enzo a tirar o título a um dos 3 melhores da WWE? Po caralho x2.

Cesaro, Sheamus, Dean, Seth :y: 

:y: 

Mesmo o combate do Lesnar vs. Brauuuuuun, então o Braun foi brilhantemente construído (ok até a merda do Reigns o ter vencido antes da WM) como um monstro imparável, e perde só com um F5? :facepalm: 

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Watching Reigns vs Cena felt like I was watching Hogan vs Hogan in the 80s, at one point in the match neither guy knew who was going to over come the odds

 

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The problem is that Reigns and Lesnar winning means nothing - we're on the exact same path as we were on before the matches took place. Had Cena won, it could have meant that Reigns needs to reevaluate himself and grow as a character/competitor. He would need to outgrow his "MY YARD" bullshit and rely on more than cheap curse words like bitch. It would show the audience, even if the ultimate goal is still Reigns being the top guy, that they hear us, and they know he's not where he needs to be just yet. We want an evolution of our characters, not the status quo. And Reigns's biggest problem is he hasn't evolved as a character since Wrestlemania 31. He's still a worldbreaker, and that's about it.
Cena could wear many different hats (all of them brightly colored for merchandising purposes, of course) depending on the feud and story. Need a jingoistic blowhard? He's your man. Need someone who is a company-man through and through? You got it. Need a never-give-up fighter? It's done. I'm not trying to revise history, but it's true that Cena was able to be a lot of different characters while still, ultimately, being John Cena.
Roman Reigns as a character simply does not have that. At all. He's just a handsome Samoan badass who is a badass. Full stop. The closest he's had to a personal feud is with Braun Strowman, and that feud was fucking great. But it just paused and there was no real completion to it. And at the end of the day, what were they fighting for? Why did Reigns try to murder Braun? Competitive spirit? Gimme a fuckin' break. If Braun had threatened Reigns's family or made it personal beyond simply trying to be the better fighter, maybe that would have allowed Reigns to grow. But they don't want that. Because the company wants to preserve who he is, and what he is is just a blank template who isn't much of anything at all. Until they give him a purpose, a direction, and a clearly-defined character with values that can be telegraphed to the audience, he's not going to get beyond the level he is at right now.

:god: 

Venha de lá o Brock vs. Roman na WM :facepalm: desta vez não há maleta no Seth para "salvar".

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A wwe estava a estragar os finnishers. Cada vez mais há malta a salvar-se do último movimento. Normal que quando o Lesnar volta a ganhar assim a malta torce o nariz.

Pelo resumo que vi o tag match foi mega combate. Aquele sangue no Cesaro era real? (agora não há what just happened :( )

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Queijo queres ficar ainda mais impressionado com esse motherfucker?

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So general consensus is that Cesaro broke his two front teeth on the turnbuckle. What actually happened sounds even worse in my opinion.

“Cesaro’s teeth were pushed up into his upper jaw by about 3 to 4 mm,” WWE medical personnel Dr. Daquino explained. “The next step is for him to see a maxillofacial surgeon today, most likely removing the teeth and then having some implants made. So hopeful we will have him up and running after Tuesday or so."

Fucker had his teeth forcibly shoved back into his jaw and essentially no sold it to continue the match.

:god::god::god::god: 

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