World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) paperview ‘No Mercy’ on Sunday was a complete action extravaganza which ultimately brought end to a never ending ride for the WWE Universe with some unthinkable revelations. The whole event was filled with intriguing contest including a star studded RAW line-up of superstars like John Cena, Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Nia Jax, Cesaro, Sheamus and The Miz. So without further ado let’s talk about 3 big matches that took place last night.

Alexa Bliss retained her Women’s Championship 

In a match which saw five of the finest WWE divas — Alexa Blis, Bayley, Sasha Banks, Nia Jax and Emma saw Ms Alexa in some blistering performance in which she surprisingly brought the matchup to conclusion with her DDT on Bayley for a quick pin fall. The self proclaimed ‘only true goddess of Raw’ got the better of Shash Banks and Jax who received the largest cheers from the crowd.  

Roman Reigns defeated John Cena (Pinfall) 

The match which was a type of Wrestlemania main event for some and a much anticipated feud which came to the horizon in a bizarre fashion with Cena appearing in Raw from Smackdown was an absolute slobber-knocker.

The four weeks of thrash talking between Cena and Reigns saw the ‘Big Dawg’ Roman Reigns kicking out from a double AA and surprising the Cenation leader with a superman punch and wrecking spear for the pinfall.

Universal Champion: Brock Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman to retain title (Pinfall) 

Even though Strowman was after the Paul Hayman guy for long, it was Braun’s first chance at gold but standing next to him was the beast himself who started slow in the begining but slammed the big guy with not 1 but 6 German suplexes.

The championship match even witnessed a near fall when Strowman was able to hit his running powerslam. Lesnar ultimately got the last laugh with a single F5 which was enough to seal the deal at No Mercy. 

First Published | 25 September 2017 11:58 PM
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