WWE No Mercy Results (9/24): Los Angeles, California
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WWE No Mercy Results (9/24): Los Angeles, California

By sonofgod210 · Sunday, September 24, 2017 · 10 Comments

WWE No Mercy (Raw)

WWE No Mercy Kickoff Show

The No Mercy Kickoff Show opens up with a shot of the crowd lined up outside the doors of the Staples Center.

We then head inside the arena where Renee Young welcomes us to the show and introduces us to the rest of the panel, comprised tonight of David Otunga, Jerry "the King" Lawler, and Sam Roberts. She then introduces Charly Caruso as the host of the social media lounge and sends us to the social media lounge where she'll be joined by Alexa Bliss for a Q&A later in the evening.

We head backstage where Braun Strowman cuts a short promo where he promises to destroy Brock Lesnar tonight and stand on his carcass holding the Universal Championship. We head back inside the arena where the panel hypes up the WWE Network for those who are watching on other platforms before tossing to a video package about the John Cena vs. Roman Reigns match for tonight.

We head back to the arena where Kurt Angle joins the panel for discussion of the match between John Cena and Roman Reigns, but eventually The Miz interrupts to tell him that he should be talking about him instead, because when the A-Lister gets in the ring, it's always WrestleMania-worthy. Angle wishes The Miz luck and The Miz scoffs, telling him his son will need a lot more than luck, he's gonna need his dad to be there for him to wipe his face and blow his nose when he's crying, embarrassed, at having lost the match.

Lawler then talks about how this reminds him of his rivalry with Bret Hart and how he got his butt whipped for getting Bret hot and bothered to impress his parents. The Miz then basically says that he is better than that and talks about how important he makes the Intercontinental Championship before dropping the mic and walking off to send us to an advertisement of No Mercy.

We then head back to the arena where the panel discusses the man vs. man match. Finn Balor joins the panel from the backstage area and he says that he has never pretended to be someone or something that he is not. He created the Demon, he controls it, and anyone who faces Bray Wyatt should be hesitant. But he has proven time and time again that he is an extraordinary man who does extraordinary things, and tonight at No Mercy he's going to do that one more time.

The panel then discusses the man vs. man match before making a segway into a recap of the tag team title picture and then the panel also discusses the feud of the tag team title picture. We head backstage where Neville is being interviewed and he says that tonight will be no classic match, it is going to be a very quick affair, because he has said it before, Enzo Amore is no fighter. He is an entertainer, perhaps even a superstar, but he's no athlete, and on 205 Live they deal fundamentally in athletics.

Neville continues by saying that Enzo may have found it hilarious when he kicked him in the crown jewels, but he'll find it hilarious to see the look on everyone's face when they realize that Amore has been horrifically disfigured and sports a misaligned jaw and a broken nose. The panel then discusses that match before sending us to another ad.

A video vignette plays for Asuka, and we go into the social media lounge with Alexa Bliss. She's excited to have Asuka around, because she's confident that she's the best in the division. First question is about preparations, and she says she that she prepared the same way, and she knows she has to keep her eyes on everybody because she can lose the title without being pinned or submitted.

The next question is actually a marriage proposal and Bliss turns the guy down flat. Final question is about whether she believes she will walk out as champion with Nia Jax in the match. She says she knows Nia's weaknesses and she's ready to fight. We head back to the Panel where they discuss the match, including the idea that Asuka is debuting at TLC.

The panel runs down the card and sends us over to the commentary booth for our kickoff show match.

Elias is in the middle of the ring to sing us his song. He says that they call this the City of Angels, but as far as he's concerned, he's in hell. He then sings his song, comparing Los Angeles to Apollo Crews in an unfavorable light. The Drifter was just about ready to rhyme "script" with "sh##" when Crews makes his entrance (with Titus O’Neil at his side).

Elias vs. Apollo Crews: Crews throws Elias around early on with some arm drags, then he levels Elias with a dropkick. The fight spills out to the apron and Elias throws Apollo down to the floor. Elias takes Crews back in the ring and drops him with a lariat. Crews tries to mount a comeback, but Elias hits a mule kick that stuns crews. Elias tries to keep Crews grounded, but Apollo fires up and hits a series of clotheslines. Crews follows up with a kick and a knee to the face, then he drops Elias with a flying clothesline. Crews hits a standing shooting star press for a two count. Elias recovers and charges at Crews, but Crews drops him with a kick to the head. Crews misses a shot off the top and Elias capitalizes with a clothesline from behind. Elias follows up immediately with a Drift Away for the win. Winner: Elias

After the match, Elias goes to stomp down Crews, but Titus runs in and chases off Elias.

The panel hypes up The WWE Network more before sending us to a video package for The Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar match for tonight.

We head backstage where Paul Heyman does an interview where he discusses what will happen tonight. He says that Strowman is bigger, stronger, and badder than anyone Lesnar has ever faced. Heyman also says that Strowman is the monster among men, but tonight we find out if the beast can take down that monster.

We head back to the arena where the Panel discusses the match between Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman to close out the Kickoff Show.

WWE No Mercy Main Show

The No Mercy Main Show opens up with a video package on what having No Mercy is really about when goodness slips away.

The Miz (c) vs. Jason Jordan: The Intercontinental Title is on the line in this one. Jordan starts off strong and wrestles The Miz down to the mat, then he lifts The Miz up from the ground into a vertical suplex. The fight goes out to ringside and The Miz lays out Jordan on the floor. Back in the ring, The Miz starts dropping knees on Jordan then puts him in a head lock. The Miz delivers a DDT to Jordan as the crowd chants "Who's your daddy". Jordan tries to mount a comeback, but The Miz dumps him to the outside. Back in the ring, The Miz delivers a series of kicks to Jordan until Jordan blocks one and throws The Miz with a T-bone suplex. Jordan delivers some more suplexes, then rolls up The Miz for a two count. Jordan ducks a clothesline then hits two Northern Lights suplex. 

The Miztourage tries to get involved from ringside, so Jordan suplexes The Miz right into them and knocks them over like bowling pins. Back in the ring, Jordan gets The Miz in the Crippler Crossface but The Miz reaches the ropes to break the hold. The Miz goes for a clothesline but Jordan catches him and throws him with a belly to belly overhead suplex. Jordan hits a spear in the corner, then he gets distracted by Bo Dallas climbing up the turnbuckle. Curtis Axel hits a cheap shot on Jordan while the referee is distracted, and The Miz follows up with the Skull Crushing Finale on Jordan for the win. The Miz is handed his Intercontinental Title, and he's helped out of the ring by Axel and Dallas. Winner and Still The Intercontinental Champion: The Miz

After the match, Jason Jordan is being interviewed by Renee Young. He says that he is disappointed that he couldn't overcome the odds of The Miz and The Miztourage, but he still doesn't respect The Miz, and frankly he would love a rematch. He also says that it's funny when Kurt comes out, because the people lovingly chant "You suck!", but as far as The Miz is concerned, The Miz really does suck. The crowd doesn't seem to agree with Jason Jordan at all.

Before the next match, we see a video package highlighting the history between Bray Wyatt and Finn Balor.

Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor (Man vs. Man Match): Before the opening bell, Wyatt attacks Balor from behind. He takes Balor out to ringside and hits him with a uranage onto the announce table. Referees help Balor to the back, while Wyatt gets on the mic and cuts a promo. Wyatt trashes Balor for walking away, which pisses off Balor. Finn pushes the referees off and runs down to the ring. Balor charges Wyatt and the referee calls for the opening bell. Balor pummels on Wyatt until Wyatt drops him again. Wyatt hits a superplex off the top, then starts working on Balor's ribs. Wyatt and Balor fight out to the apron where Wyatt DDTs Balor onto the corner of the apron. Balor comes back with a jawbreaker and a kick, then a series of clotheslines. Balor dumps Wyatt outside then kicks him in the teeth. 

Balor slams Wyatt's head off the announce table before taking him back in the ring. Wyatt mounts a comeback in the ring until Balor comes back with some elbows to the face. Balor follows up with a kick, then he dodges a Sister Abigail and punches down Wyatt. Balor follows up with a double foot stomp for a two count. Balor follows up with a running dropkick in the corner, then he starts climbing to the top. Wyatt follows Balor up top but Balor fights him off with punches and elbows. Balor hits the Coup De Grace to the back of Wyatt's head for a two count. Wyatt comes back with a lariat for a two count of his own. Wyatt suplexes Balor down then goes up to the middle rope, but Balor stops him with a flying kick. Balor hits a running dropkick on Wyatt in the corner, then hits a second one. Balor goes up top and hits the Coup De Grace for the win. Winner: Finn Balor

Michael Cole introduces us to another video vignette announcing that Asuka will make her WWE debut at TLC on October 22.

We head backstage where Sheamus and Cesaro are being interviewed. Sheamus answers the question with a question, asking if they look like a couple of lost souls trying to fit in? Sheamus then says of course not, they are dominant alpha males, and they don't adjust to the world, the world adjusts to them. Cesaro then says that Dean and Seth are the kind of guys that need adjustment, and the Celtic Warrior agrees, saying that when the going gets tough, when the match gets ugly, Rollins and Ambrose won't be able to adjust, they will fall to pieces.

Cesaro continues by saying it is because they are a real team, and they don't just set the bar, they are the Bar.

Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Sheamus & Cesaro: The Raw Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. Sheamus knocks Rollins off the apron early on then Ambrose drops Sheamus in the ring. The action spills out to ringside and the two teams brawl over to the announce tables. Cesaro grabs Ambrose by the feet and swings him into the ring post. Back in the ring, Sheamus and Cesaro continue to beat down Ambrose. Cesaro attempts to pin, but the referee pulls Cesaro away and appears to check on Ambrose for an arm injury. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but Ambrose gets out and slingshots Cesaro into the corner. Cesaro hits face-first on the ring post and has his two front teeth get knocked out, Cesaro is bleeding heavily. Rollins gets the tag and drops Cesaro then dumps Sheamus to the outside. Rollins hits a suicide dive on Sheamus, then back in the ring Rollins hits a sling blade on Cesaro. Rollins hits a superkick on Cesaro, then Sheamus comes in. Sheamus hits a series of three Irish Curse backbreakers on Rollins, then Cesaro boots Ambrose off the apron. 

Sheamus and Cesaro double team Rollins in the ring, then they argue with the referee. Rollins dumps both Sheamus and Cesaro out of the ring, and Cesaro is still bleeding heavily. Ambrose tags in and clotheslines Sheamus, then he throws Sheamus outside. Ambrose hits a suicide dive onto Sheamus and Cesaro, then back in the ring he hits a flying elbow off the top on Sheamus. Cesaro runs in and stomps on Ambrose, then he knocks Rollins off the apron. Cesaro and Sheamus double team Rollins, then Cesaro locks Ambrose in the Sharp Shooter. Cesaro switches and locks Ambrose in the Crossface until Ambrose reaches the ropes to break it. Sheamus and Cesaro hit a double crucifix powerbomb on Ambrose for a two count. Cesaro and Ambrose trade punches in the ring, then Sheamus drops Ambrose. Sheamus hits the White Noise on Ambrose, then Cesaro powerbombs Rollins off the middle rope onto Ambrose's body. Cesaro pins and Ambrose kicks out at two. Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick on Ambrose, but Ambrose ducks and Sheamus accidentally kicks Cesaro. Rollins knees Sheamus to the face, then Ambrose immediately follows up with the Dirty Deeds on Sheamus for the win. Winners and Still The Raw Tag Team Champions: Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose 

After the match, Rollins and Ambrose celebrate with their Raw Tag Team Titles, and Cesaro is shown covered in blood with broken teeth at ringside.

We get a video package of WWE fighting pediatric cancer.

Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma: The Raw Women's Title is on the line in this one. Emma charges at the Champion early on while Bayley and Sasha team up against Nia. Nia ends up hitting a splash on Alexa in the corner, then the remaining three women fight in the ring. Nia gets back up and starts laying her opponents out left and right. Nia hits a spine-buster on Emma, then Alexa attempts a Tornado DDT on Nia but Nia reverses it into a slam. Nia hits splashes on everyone in the corners, then she picks up both Sasha and Alexa on her shoulders and she Samoan Drops both of them at once. Bayley comes in and breaks up the pin, then she locks Nia in a front face lock. The other women help to dump Nia to the outside, then they start fighting each other. 

Michael Cole points out on commentary that this is a No DQ match. Bayley and Emma try to double-powerbomb Nia off the apron onto the ringside floor, and they successfully hit it after Bliss hits a running kick on Nia from inside the ring. Bayley hits a T-bone suplex on Alexa, then Emma hits a butterfly suplex on Bayley. Emma follows up with a splash for a two count. The four competitors in the ring fight back and forth until Nia resurfaces and drops Bayley. Nia hits a running leg drop on Bayley and pins but Bliss breaks it up. Nia misses a spear in the corner and hits the ring post, then Bliss DDTs Bayley for the win. Winner and Still Raw Women's Champion: Alexa Bliss

After the match, Alexa Bliss is being interviewed and she says that there is a lot of stars in Hollywood, but there is only one Raw Women's Champion, the only true Goddess. Herself.

Bliss then celebrates her title win in the ring with her belt and she taunts Bayley before leaving.

Before the next match, we see a video package comparing the careers of both Roman Reigns and John Cena.

Roman Reigns vs. John Cena: The crowd chants "you both suck" early on. Cena leaves the ring and starts walking up the ramp but Reigns chases him down and hits him with a right hand. Back in the ring, another right hand from Reigns stuns Cena. Cena comes back with some punches, but Reigns stops him and hits a back suplex. The fight spills out to ringside where Cena whips Reigns into the steel ring steps. Reigns returns the favor and then whips Cena into the other ring steps. Reigns hits the Drive By, then takes Cena back in the ring for more punishment. Cena drops Reigns but misses the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Reigns comes back with a Samoan Drop and hits a series of clothesline in the corner. Cena comes back with a back suplex and this time successfully hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle. 

Reigns comes back with a big boot and goes for the Superman punch, but Cena dodges it and locks Reigns in the STF. Reigns fights out and powerbombs Cena down to the mat hard. Reigns charges at Cena, but Cena hits an AA for a near-fall. Both men slowly get to their feet and fight up to the turnbuckle. Cena hits the super AA off the middle rope for another near-fall on Reigns. Cena takes Reigns out to ringside and they fight on top of the announce tables. Cena goes to AA Reigns from one table through the other table next to it, but Reigns escapes and spears Cena through the table. Back in the ring, Reigns goes for a spear but Cena stops him and hits an AA. Cena rolls though and hits a second AA and Reigns kicks out again. Both men are slow to get to their feet, and Reigns hits the Superman Punch then a Spear for the win. Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, Cena raises Reigns' hand then hugs him. Cena then sits in the corner while Reigns heads to the back. Cena bows to the crowd as the crowd chants "Thank You Cena!" and then Cena gives his armband to a kid before leaving.

An ad for WWE 2K18 plays and we get a Hispanic Heritage Month video package about Julio Cesar Chavez.

We head backstage where we see Kurt Angle talking on his phone about how great the show has been when The Miz and The Miztourage enters the room and interrupts him with a slow clap. The Miz says that he came to congratulate him on No Mercy, but clearly Angle's in a mood. The Miz continues by saying that he would also be mad if his offspring didn't live up to his expectations, but he knows that his unborn child would be better than that.

The Miz continues by saying that he is not there to gloat, he wants to make tomorrow's Raw as big as possible, and he wants to get an exclusive Miz TV interview with Roman Reigns. Because beating Cena tonight has created a buzz, and besides The Miz has heard rumors about Roman and some of his old buddies. The Miz says that he wants to get answers and make Raw must-see TV. Kurt hates to admit it, but that's a great idea, and he's gonna kick the show off.

The Miz tells him he's welcome and he takes his leave.

The Cruiserweight Championship Match is up next, Enzo Amore makes his way down to the ring, he does his usual promo. He says that Neville calls himself the most formidable cruiserweight on the planet, and maybe that's true, but he knows for a fact that of all the cruiserweights in the division, Neville is the ugliest one. He looks like if Gollum and Frodo had a baby and that is a real ugly baby.

Amore continues by saying that Neville claims to be a king, but what is a king without a queen? Tonight he's taking his girl, the Cruiserweight Championship, and he's gonna support her better than he ever could. Then he call Neville SAWFT and the match starts next.

Neville (c) vs. Enzo Amore : We have a commentary team change for this match, and The Cruiserweight Title is on the line in this one. This one starts off with arm locks and kicks from both men. Enzo drops Neville's throat over the top rope and hits a kick, but Neville slams Enzo right back in the corner and stomps on him. Neville kicks Enzo to the outside, then back in the ring he hits a superkick for a two count. Neville goes for the Phoenix Splash, but Enzo rolls out of the way. Enzo goes up top and comes flying down and hits a DDT on Neville. Enzo pins for a two count. Neville comes back with a kick to Enzo's head, then he takes him outside and throws him into the timekeeper's area. Enzo grabs the Cruiserweight Title and runs around the ring with it. The referee takes it from Enzo, and behind the referee's back Enzo hits a low-blow on Neville. Enzo rolls up Neville for the win. Winner and New Cruiserweight Champion: Enzo Amore 

After the match, Neville sells the low-blow while Enzo runs up the ramp with his Cruiserweight Title.

We get a bit of hype for tonight's edition of Raw Talk immediately following No Mercy, featuring Alexa Bliss, Enzo Amore, and John Cena.

Before the match, Paul Heyman takes the mic from the announcer and he does his own ring introduction for The Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.

Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Braun Strowman: The WWE Universal Title is on the line in this one. Strowman throws Lesnar down to the mat right after the opening bell. Lesnar charges at Strowman for a takedown but Strowman throws him down. Lesnar comes back with a German suplex, but Strowman answers right back with a chokeslam. Strowman hits a running powerslam for a two count. Strowman beats down Lesnar in the corner and hits some elbows to the head. Lesnar comes back with an F-5 attempt, but Strowman escapes and throws Lesnar outside. Strowman throws Lesnar into the ring post, then takes him back in the ring and slams him into the turnbuckle. 

Lesnar puts Strowman in an arm lock, and despite Strowman holding the ropes the referee doesn't break the hold. Strowman grabs the rope again and this time the referee breaks it. Strowman slams Lesnar down, but Lesnar comes back with a series of German suplexes. Lesnar hits a fifth German suplex, then he goes for the F-5. Strowman gets out and hits the running powerslam on Lesnar, and both men are down. Strowman hits another running powerslam and covers for a two. Lesnar comes back with an F-5 out of nowhere and pins Strowman for the three count. Winner and Still The WWE Universal Champion: The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar

After the match, Paul Heyman checks on Lesnar as the referee hands Brock Lesnar his Universal Title. Heyman and Lesnar head back up the ramp as Strowman sits at ringside and No Mercy goes off the air.

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