WWE No Mercy Results

WWE No Mercy Results 9/24/17
WWE No Mercy Results
September 24, 2017
Los Angles, California
Commentary: Michael Cole, Booker T and Corey Graves
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

* Elias defeated Apollo Crews on the Kickoff Show.

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

A video hypes up the big matches that will take place on No Mercy tonight, including Braun Strowman taking on Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship, as well as John Cena taking on Roman Reigns.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
The Miz (c) w/ The Miztourage vs. Jason Jordan

Loud boos for Jason Jordan when he made his entrance. The bell rings, and they circle the ring before locking up. Jordan hooks a side headlock, but Miz whips him off. Jordan shoulder blocks him down for a one count. Jordan reapplies the side headlock, and Miz whips him off again before going for a hip toss, but Jordan blocks it and takes him down for a one count. Miz rolls to the apron and goes for a roll-up, but Jordan powers him up for a delayed vertical suplex for a two count. Miz kicks him back and connects with a straight right hand. Miz whips him to the corner, but Jordan slingshots over him and catches him with a northern lights suplex for a two count. Miz rolls out of the ring to recover, but Jordan follows him out and attacks before putting him in the ring. The Miztourage distracts Jordan, and Miz hits him with a baseball slide. Miz drives him into the barricade and the LED apron. Miz gets him in the ring and picks up a two count. Miz digs his knee into the spine before applying a neck vice. A “Let’s go Miz” chant fires up. Jordan starts to fight up, so Miz gives him a big DDT for a near fall. A “Who’s your daddy” chant picks up. Jordan punches him down, but Miz pulls him out of the ring by the tights. Jordan reverses a whip into the barricade. Jordan gets him in the ring and goes to the top rope for a diving clothesline for a near fall. Jordan punches him around the ring and goes for a whip, but Miz reverses it and turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Miz starts doing the “It Kicks,” but Jordan blocks the big roundhouse and connects with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. The crowd loudly booed Jordan when he made the counter. Miz gets to his feet, but Jordan connects with two clotheslines and a swinging back suplex for a near fall. Miz tries for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Jordan counters into a roll-up for a two count. Jordan connects with two northern lights suplexes for a near fall.

The Miztourage pulls Miz out of the ring. Jordan hits Bo Dallas with a baseball slide and gives him a belly-to-belly overhead suplex into Miz and Curtis Axel! Jordan gets Miz in the ring and applies the crossface, but Miz grabs the bottom rope after a few moments. Miz sidesteps a running shoulder in the corner. Miz pulls himself up in the corner and goes for his patented corner clothesline, but Jordan counters into an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Jordan shoulders him in the corner. Dallas goes to the top rope for a distraction, but Jordan pulls him off. The referee yells at Dallas and is distracted while Jordan rolls Miz up. Axel hits Jordan with a cheap shot, and Miz connects with a Skull Crushing Finale for the win.

Winner and still WWE Intercontinental Champion: The Miz

Renee Young asks Jason Jordan about his loss. Jordan says he couldn’t overcome the odds, but he still doesn’t respect The Miz and wants a rematch. The crowd is loudly booing him. When Kurt Angle comes out, the crowd lovingly chants, “You suck.” When Miz is out, he just sucks.

Video Package: Finn Bálor vs. Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Bálor

Bray Wyatt attacks Finn Bálor from behind while he was still making his entrance in the ring. Wyatt throws him out of the ring and drives him into the barricade ribs first. Wyatt then slams his face onto the commentary table and hits a one-armed slam on the table. Wyatt gets in the ring and poses while referees run down to check on Bálor. Bálor is being helped to the back. Wyatt grabs a microphone and tells the crowd to look what he just did to their hero. Wyatt calls him a coward and tells him to run away. Wyatt says he’s no man at all; he’s a god. As for Bálor, he’s not a man. He’s a coward. Bálor gets angry and takes his jacket off. Bálor then walks down to the ring clutching his ribs.

Bálor attacks, and the referee calls for the bell. The match is officially underway. Wyatt goes for a Sister Abigail, but Bálor pushes him out of the ring and baseball slides him. Bálor then hits a running dropkick into the barricade. Bálor gets him into the ring and goes to the top rope, but Wyatt crotches him up there. Wyatt punches and head-butts him on the top rope and connects with a superplex. Bálor grabs his ribs in pain again. Wyatt picks up a two count. Bálor hits the ropes, but Wyatt head-butts him in the ribs. Bálor rolls to the apron, so Wyatt follows and kicks him. Wyatt then knees him in the face. They start fighting on the apron, but Wyatt quickly drops him with a DDT off the apron. Wyatt puts him back in the ring and applies a neck vice. Bálor fights up and gets out with a jawbreaker. Bálor boots him back and hits a pair of running forearms. Bálor then hits a low dropkick and clutches his ribs again. Bálor chops the chest, but he has a whip reversed. Bálor slingshots over him, but Wyatt quickly kicks him in the ribs and throws him out of the ring. Wyatt goes to leave the ring, but Bálor traps him in the ring skirt and beats on him. Bálor then gets on the apron and hits a running kick to the face. Bálor gets him in the ring and goes to the top rope, but Wyatt pops up with a crabwalk. Bálor looks shocked. Bálor jumps over him and hits a Sling Blade. Wyatt quickly comes back with a one-armed slam and a senton splash for a near fall. Wyatt is bleeding from the mouth. Wyatt slaps Bálor in the face before sending him to the ropes. Bálor forearms him, but Wyatt slaps him again. Bálor hits an overhead kick. Bálor takes him down and hits a double stomp for a near fall. Bálor hits a running dropkick in the corner and goes to the top rope. Wyatt cuts him off and clubs the back. Wyatt goes for another superplex, but Bálor fights him off. Wyatt crashes on the mat. Bálor then hits a Coup de Grace to the back of the neck, but Wyatt kicks out. Bálor goes for the 1916, but Wyatt counters with a vicious clothesline. Wyatt hits a pair of release suplexes. Wyatt goes to the second rope and smirks, but Bálor gets up and kicks him. Bálor climbs to the second rope and punches, but Wyatt fights him off. Bálor hits a quick dropkick to the corner, waits for him to get up, and hits another dropkick to the corner. Bálor hits the Coup de Grace for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Finn Bálor

Asuka will debut at WWE TLC on October 22.

Charly Caruso asks Cesaro and Sheamus what adjustments they’ve made to their game. Sheamus says the world has to adjust to them. Cesaro says Dean and Seth need adjustments. Sheamus says when the going gets tough and the match turns ugly, Ambrose and Rollins will fall to pieces because they’re facing a real team. They don’t just set the bar – they are The Bar!

WWE RAW Tag Team Championships
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose (c’s) vs. Sheamus and Cesaro

Sheamus knocks Seth Rollins off the apron. Dean Ambrose starts off against him and takes him down, so Sheamus gets out of the ring. Sheamus grabs Rollins and drives him into the barricade. Ambrose quickly tackles him and quickly charges Cesaro. Sheamus attacks Ambrose and puts him in the ring before tagging in Cesaro. Cesaro sends him out of the ring and drives him into the barricade. Cesaro then hits a nasty Cesaro Swing into the steel steps. Cesaro puts him in the ring for a near fall. Sheamus tags in and distracts the referee so Cesaro can attack Ambrose. Cesaro tags back in and attacks Ambrose’s shoulder. The referee backs Cesaro up and checks on Ambrose to see if he can continue. Ambrose says he’s fine. Cesaro big boots him for a near fall. Cesaro applies an arm bar, but Ambrose fights up. Sheamus tags in, and they hit a double-team clothesline on Ambrose. Sheamus boots him in the chest and stomps him. Sheamus wrenches the arm and connects with an arm breaker for a near fall. Sheamus quickly applies a hammerlock. Ambrose fights up and has Sheamus on his back. Sheamus quickly knees him and tags in Cesaro. Cesaro head-butts him down for a two count. Cesaro then goes back to the arm bar. Ambrose fights up, so Cesaro goes for a Neutralizer. Ambrose counters into a catapult into the corner.

Rolling tags in and hits a springboard clothesline before knocking Sheamus off the apron. Rollins hits Cesaro with a blockbuster and wipes Sheamus out with a dive to the outside. Rollins gets in the ring and superkicks Cesaro for a near fall. Cesaro quickly elbows him, and they bump heads. Cesaro is bleeding profusely from the mouth. Sheamus tags in and hits a trio of Irish Curse Backbreakers for a near fall. Cesaro may have lost a tooth. Cesaro lose maybe three of his front teeth on that catapult into the turnbuckle post. Wow. Cesaro tags in and attacks Rollins. Sheamus and Cesaro uppercut Rollins for a near fall. The referee kicks Cesaro out of the ring. The mat is stained with Cesaro’s blood in spots. Rollins fights back on Sheamus. Sheamus goes for a powerslam, but Rollins slides off and sidesteps a shoulder. Sheamus hits the ring post shoulder-first. Cesaro tags in, but Rollins gets the better of him.

Ambrose and Sheamus tag in, and Ambrose takes him down with a pair of running forearms. Ambrose stomps him down and elbows Cesaro off the apron. Ambrose ducks a clothesline and clotheslines him out of the ring. Ambrose then hits Sheamus with a suicide dive. Ambrose puts Sheamus in the ring and goes to the top rope. Sheamus cuts him off and goes for White Noise off the second rope, but Ambrose elbows him in the face. Ambrose then hits a flying elbow, but Cesaro breaks it up. Cesaro then knocks Rollins off the apron. Sheamus and Cesaro go for a double-team Irish Cross, but Rollins pulls him off. They kick Rollins out of the ring, and Cesaro applies a Sharpshooter before transitioning into a crossface, but Ambrose gets to the bottom rope. They hit Ambrose with a double-team Irish Cross. Rollins tries to break it up, but Cesaro uppercut him. Ambrose still kicks out. Cesaro tags in, and Ambrose comes back with his Lunatic Lariat. Sheamus tags in and knees him in the face. They go for a double-team White Noise. Rollins tries for a top rope hurricanrana like what happened at SummerSlam, but Cesaro stops it. Sheamus hits Ambrose with White Noise, and Cesaro powerbombs Rollins off the top rope onto Ambrose, but Ambrose somehow kicks out! Sheamus goes for a Brogue Kick while Cesaro makes Rollins watch, but Ambrose just drops. Ambrose tries for a Possum Pin, but Sheamus kicks out. Ambrose ducks a Brogue Kick, and Sheamus accidentally hits Cesaro! Rollins knees Sheamus in the face, and Ambrose hits Dirty Deeds for the win.

Winners and still RAW Tag Team Champions: Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose

Video Package: RAW Women’s Championship Fatal 5-Way

WWE RAW Women’s Championship
Fatal 5-Way Match
Bayley vs. Emma vs. Nia Jax vs. Sasha Banks vs. Alexa Bliss (c)

The bell rings, and a big brawl breaks out. Jax splashes Bliss, and they knock Jax out of the ring. Emma, Bayley, and Banks go for a test of strength, but they knock Emma out quickly. Banks and Bayley start fighting until Banks kicks her down. Jax pulls Banks out of the ring and sends her into the barricade. Bayley attacks Jax, but Jax quickly attacks the recently healed shoulder. Jax avalanches her down. Emma gets in the ring and jumps on Jax’s back, but she pulls her off. Emma elbows her off and hits the ropes, but Jax slams her down. Jax goes for a cover, but Bliss clubs her. They yell at each other. Bliss goes for a DDT, but Jax holds her up and slams her. Jax throws her across the ring and avalanches her before giving Emma an avalanche. Bliss fights back at Jax and slaps her, but Jax picks her up. She uses Bliss to hit Banks on the top rope. Jax then hits Bliss and Banks with a double Samoan Drop, but Bayley breaks it up. Bayley counters a suplex and applies a guillotine on Jax. Jax lifts her and puts her on the apron. All four women team up to knock Jax out of the ring. Emma and Bliss then send Banks into Bayley to knock her out of the ring. Emma hits Banks with a suplex, and Bliss covers. Emma breaks it up and they argue. Emma slaps her and takes her down for a two count. Emma punches Banks down and attacks Jax on the apron. Jax head-butts her back and goes for a suplex out of the ring, but Emma stops it and kicks her. Emma goes for a sunset flip powerbomb onto the floor, but Jax holds on. Bayley tries to help to no avail. Jax is then kicked by Banks, and they powerbomb her on the floor! Jax hits the floor at a bad angle!

Bliss and Emma fight in the ring. Bayley comes in suplexes Bliss into the corner. Emma then knocks Bayley into Bliss in the corner and hits a low running cross-body in the corner. Banks gets in the ring and hits Emma with a bulldog followed by a shining wizard, but Bliss breaks it up. Banks applies the Bank Statement to Bliss, but Bayley breaks it up. Bayley hits Bliss with Bayley-To-Belly, but Banks breaks it up. Jax gets in the ring and attacks Bayley before dropping a leg on Banks, but Emma breaks it up. Jax goes for a running shoulder on Bliss, but she sidesteps it and Jax hits the ring post with a thud. Bliss gets Banks out of the ring and hits Bayley with a DDT for the win.

Winner and still RAW Women’s Champion: Alexa Bliss

Renee Young interviews Alexa Bliss. She says there’s a lot of stars in Hollywood, but she’s a goddess.

A WWE No Mercy flashback is shown from 2005 when Batista defeated Eddie Guerrero to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. This was about a month before Guerrero unfortunately passed away.

Video Package: John Cena vs. Roman Reigns

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns

Massive boos for Roman Reigns when he made his entrance. Crowd is about 75/25 cheering Cena. They circle the ring and lock up. Reigns hooks a side headlock, but Cena whips him off. Reigns shoulder blocks him down, and Cena gets up smiling. The crowd chants for them both to go away, so Cena pretends like he’s going to leave the ring. Cena starts walking up the ramp, so Reigns attacks him from behind and punches him back to ringside. Reigns gets him in the ring and punches him down a few times. Cena tries to fight back, but Reigns hits a back suplex bomb for a two count. A loud “Roman sucks” chant picks up. Reigns stomps away at Cena in the corner. Reigns throws Cena out of the ring and taunts the crowd. Reigns follows him out of the ring and grabs him, but Cena reverses a whip into the steel steps. Cena gets him to his feet, but Reigns reverses a whip into the other set of steel steps. Cena pulls himself up, and Reigns hits him with a Drive By Dropkick. Reigns puts him in the ring for a two count. Reigns keeps punching Cena down. Cena tries to fight back, but Reigns takes him down and applies a chin lock. Cena fights up, but Reigns takes him down. Reigns kicks him down after Cena tries for a brief comeback and goes for a Superman Punch, but Cena counters into an STF. Reigns tries to get to the bottom rope, but Cena pulls him out to the center of the ring. Reigns fights out and hits a one-armed powerbomb for a near fall. They trade punches, but Cena counters a Superman Punch into an Attitude Adjustment for a near fall. Cena comes off the top rope for his diving leg drop to the neck, but Reigns counters into a powerbomb. Reigns then goes to the corner and hits a Superman Punch for a near fall. Reigns sets up for a Spear, but Cena sidesteps him. Reigns hits the ring post shoulder-first. Cena pulls him to the top rope and goes for a Super AA. Cena connects with it, but Reigns kicks out! Cena cannot believe he kicked out of that move.

Cena takes a few moments to recover before going outside the ring and taking the tops off the two commentary tables at ringside. Cena pulls Reigns over to the table and goes for an AA off the one table through the other, but Reigns slides off and spears him off the table and through the other! They take a few moments to recover before Reigns rolls him into the ring for a near fall. Reigns sets up for a spear, but Cena counters into an AA. Cena immediately picks him up and hits a second AA for a near fall! Reigns slowly gets to his feet and hits a Superman Punch before flattening him with a Spear for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Roman Reigns

Reigns holds his arms up before seeing Cena on his feet. The crowd starts booing because they see what’s coming. Cena then raises Reigns’ arm up to massive boos. Reigns goes to the back.

Cena is teary eyed as he gets to his feet. Cena bows for the crowd, goes to ringside, and hugs a young fan. The crowd chants, “Thank you, Cena.” Cena looks around the arena and seems to be taking it in. Cena then goes up the ramp.

Kurt Angle is in his office when The Miz walks in. The Miz rubs in Angle’s face that he beat his son. Miz then says he wants to be the first to interview Roman Reigns on Miz TV. Miz says Reigns beating John Cena is the equivalent of Reigns beating and retiring The Undertaker. Angle agrees to it and says he will kick off the show.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
Neville (c) vs. Enzo Amore

Enzo Amore comes out dressed like Beetlejuice. Enzo says Neville looks like Gollum and Frodo had a baby. Neville claims to be a king, so what is a king without a queen? Tonight, he’s taking his girl (the Cruiserweight Championship) and showing her a better time. Enzo says he will be left playing with dough because he’s a Keebler Elf. There’s only one word to describe Neville: S-A-W-F-T.

The bell rings, and they circle the ring. Neville shoves him off and powers him into the ropes. Neville slams him down and applies a chin lock. Neville toys around with him a bit, and Enzo desperately gets to the rope. Neville just lets him go because he’s not sweating him. Neville keeps rolling him around and wrenches the arm. Enzo flips through it using the ropes. Neville then kicks his legs, and Enzo lands on his head. Neville slams him into the corner and stomps away at him. Neville hits a running dropkick and kicks him out of the ring. Enzo gets back in before being counted out. Neville grounds him with a chin lock, but Enzo fights up. Neville throws him over the top rope, but Enzo skins the cat. Neville immediately superkicks him for a two count. Neville gets him to his feet, unleashes some vicious kicks, and hits a running kick to the head. Neville goes to the top rope for the Red Arrow, but he reconsiders and doesn’t think the crowd deserves it. Neville goes for a Phoenix Splash, but Enzo moves. Enzo comes off the top rope for a diving DDT, but Neville kicks out. Neville sidesteps Enzo’s attack and throws him into the timekeeper’s area. Enzo grabs the Cruiserweight Title and threatens to hit Neville with it. The referee takes it away. Enzo uses the distraction to kick Neville in the groin and pin him for the win.

Winner and new WWE Cruiserweight Champion: Enzo Amore

Video Package: Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman

WWE Universal Championship Match
Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar (c) w/ Paul Heyman

Paul Heyman takes the microphone from JoJo and handles the introduction for Brock Lesnar. The crowd is really buzzing for this match.

The bell rings, and Strowman immediately grabs Lesnar and throws him down. Lesnar gets to his feet and smiles. Lesnar goes for a double leg takedown, but Strowman just lifts him up and throws him. Lesnar looks surprised now. Lesnar gets around him and gives him a German Suplex, but Strowman pops right up and hits a Chokeslam. Strowman follows up with a Running Powerslam for a near fall. Strowman avalanches him in the corner and sends him to the opposite corner. Strowman elbows him and drops him with a head-butt. Lesnar lifts him up out of nowhere and goes for an F5, but he can’t support the weight! Strowman then avalanches him out of the ring. Strowman goes outside and slams him into the ring post. Strowman gets him in the ring and slams him hard into the corner. Lesnar sidesteps a running shoulder in the corner. Lesnar hooks the Kimura Lock on, but Strowman slams him into the corner to break the hold. Lesnar still won’t release the hold. Strowman goes down to the knee and eventually grabs the rope to break the hold. Lesnar charges him, but Strowman gives him a massive spinebuster for a near fall. Lesnar takes a few moments to get up and surprises Strowman with five German Suplexes. Each one seems to take something out of Lesnar. Lesnar looks exhausted. Lesnar lifts him up and goes for an F5, but Strowman slides off and hits a Running Powerslam, but he can’t follow up because his shoulder is too hurt. Strowman slowly gets to his feet and hits another Running Powerslam. Strowman takes a moment to grab his arm before covering for a near fall. Lesnar then pops up and hits an F5 for the win.

Winner and still WWE Universal Champion: Brock Lesnar


Quick Match Results

* The Miz def. Jason Jordan to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship
* Finn Bálor def. Bray Wyatt
* Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose def. Sheamus and Cesaro to retain the WWE RAW Tag Team Championships
* Alexa Bliss def. Bayley, Emma, Nia Jax, and Sasha Banks to retain the RAW Women’s Championship
* Roman Reigns def. John Cena
* Enzo Amore def. Neville to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship
* Brock Lesnar def. Braun Strowman to retain the WWE Universal Championship

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Wrestleview Live will also return on YouTube following the PPV tonight.

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  • goddessroleplay

    Was wwe to lazy to get a new theme for No Mercy this year?

  • 72mike72

    The 3-on-1 stuff is so old and diminishes the championship belt

  • Andy Grove

    Damn. I hope Cesaro has good dental coverage.

  • unknown

    Night of bloody mouths. First Wyatt and now Cesaro.

  • Andrew West

    Damn..that spot was crazy…The top rope powerbomb onto Ambrose..

  • Anonymous

    Yep, they are making Jason Jordon a heel.

  • Al79

    It’s pushing the realm of reality when Nia Jax is over 250 lbs.. and she’s still getting beat up by women who weigh less than half her weight.

  • Anonymous

    Reigns must of hurt his neck during that spear.

  • Vivek

    Not entirely sure if it’s a good thing or bad that the Crusierweights are coming on in between the two blockbusters. On the one hand, it’s good that it’s the second last match, gives the title some much needed importance. But on the flip side, for the fans at the stadium it could be the time to take a breather between what will (hopefully) be two incredible matches.

  • Vivek

    And has Bayley pissed someone off backstage? The booking is so ridiculous it makes the crusierweights seem like superstars

  • Vivek

    Hopefully they do. This is a Roman Reigns-esque situation all over again.

  • Jeremy King

    The ending of the cruiserweight match had NO logic

    Ref: oh I better stop this 10 count because the person in the ring wants to leave the ring and I must stop him for no reason whatsoever…..

  • Shayne Ritter

    Followers like me knew Enzo would do something sneaky to win the title, sure enough, low blow

  • Subham Das Gupta

    WWE has really reached the heights of stubbornness. They are truly pathetic. Too fucking stubborn to listen to the fans. Nobody wants to see Reigns vs Lesnar at WrestleMania! Why the fuck would they build up Brawn Strowman for over a year only to lose to a part timing Lesnar who’s not getting any younger? And don’t get me started on Cena vs Reigns. The one time Cena should’ve won a match instead of burying a superstar they had him lose. Absolute bs booking WWE. You’ve lost a fan in me. No words for how pathetic this company is right now. Shame.

  • Zach Steven Whitlow

    Need a pacifier and change of diapers??

  • Cameron Huff

    I don’t hate Roman Reigns,but why the hell would they wait till Wrestlemania to take the title off of Brock Lesnar? If they wanted a Roman/Brock match why not at SummerSlam?

  • Maaz Ansari

    Strowman losing tonight was a bad move thought being the dominant in the match. Apart from those 5 German suplexes Lesnar offered nothing. Coming to the Cena vs Reigns match, I don’t get why always Cena is made to loose the match to put over other foaks. A bit disappointed with the results.

  • Armadillo_KSA

    I said it before and I will say it again, all the back and forth and verbal jabs between Cena and Reigns only for Cena to lose clean and then endorses Reigns. Tomorrow he will show on Raw just to say that the better man won, blah blah blah

  • Tony

    Of course WWE puts the title on Enzo. He’s a horrible wrestler, annoying as dog shit; but little kids love him. Just their style. Gawd they are awful. Thank goodness there’s NJPW.

  • Tony

    Cena should always lose! He’s the worst wrestler singe Hogan.

  • Carl Withers

    You’ll till watch. You need to remember who the writers are. You are not one of them. You don’t know what they are planning down the line with anyone. Including strowman. As for reigns they have done the same thing with him for years and it has not stopped people people buying his merchandise or loving his matches. He sells tickets just like all the other stars there. And no matter how much complaining you have done in the past or will do you’ll still watch it just like everyone ele

  • TheCyberZon

    I’m confused here Mike. You panned most of the matches, Wrestleview says in another thread that Lesnar vs. Strowman was a disappointment, but overall you say the PPV was really well done. /:/

  • Subham Das Gupta

    Honestly I won’t. I’m absolutely sick of the product. I’m entitled to my opinion and I sure as hell know I won’t be ardently following the programme anymore. It’s because of fans like you who are okay with what they put out they don’t change the product. Anyway, if you’re a Reigns fan and you’re happy, then it’s your opinion and I respect that. I personally can’t stand reigns and Lesnar had no reason to win whatsoever. So don’t tell me what you think I’ll do cause you have no clue about what I will.

  • TheCyberZon

    But lots of fans AREN’T watching anymore. WWE’s ratings are now lower than WCW’s was before they went under, live attendance is down on all shows, & even Network subscriptions have dipped. Whatever outside market forces they’re taking advantage of is keeping them profitable somehow but their on-screen product has gone to sh*t along with much of their mainstream visibility and it’s turning off many longtime fans like Subham. Hell, I was a WWF/E fan since 1984 and I stopped watching in Summer of 2014 during the summer of Bella and when all this Reigns nonsense was really taking off. It’s the height of arrogance that WWE & its apologists think they can put out any ol’ crap and the dumb marks will still watch.
    As for Reigns himself, I don’t know how his merchandise is selling but from what I’m reading on various websites, much of the viewers & live audiences alike are not liking his matches. And if what the “creative writers” are planning for Strowman down the line is anything like what they were planning for Cody or Damien Sandow or Rusev or Bray Wyatt or Zack Ryder or Alex Riley or Ted DiBiase Jr. or Wade Barrett or Jack Swagger or Dolph Ziggler or……

  • SteelCity1981

    nope, that’s typical wwe burying good talent….

  • Masked Brazilian

    Sure the product has a lot of problems in terms of the booking, but it was a good ppv with lots of great matches. So fuck all the internet geeks who are crying about it.

  • Derek Hird

    It’s clear you just don’t know what you are talking about. Being a professional wrestler is far more than just in ring move set. Stay behind your keyboard or go take some wrestling training… and not from your backyard or what you think you saw a guy do. Idiot

  • Christopher Shawn Lee

    I really think Reigns would have FINALLY gone over if he would have laid Cena out after that hug in the ring. Leave him laying in a heap and the game would have went nuts.

  • Christopher Shawn Lee

    Fans. Not game

  • Mike Tedesco

    I didn’t like aspects of matches (like the one spot in the tag match), but for the most part I thought it was a solid effort. The two heavily promoted matches produced what I expected. My friends covering the event on Wrestleview Radio has a different opinion, which is where that headline came from. It’s hard for me to convey exactly how I feel in 150 characters as well.

  • Cameron Huff

    He stopped it because Neville (inadvertently) interrupted the count trying to go after Enzo.

  • Maaz Ansari

    A true wrestling fan knows what Cena is capable of. I agree to the point that he has been a part timer of late but still 4 AA’s still losing clean with just a spear that very ridiculous by the creative team.

  • Finn Balor is WWE

    I hope he loses it soon.

  • Finn Balor is WWE

    Both Samoa Joe and Braun lost to one F5. That’s how invincible WWE is trying to make Brock these days, so that Boreman Lames once again plays the role of Superman and beats him at Wrestlemania. Smh.

  • Sulieman Ellari

    I stopped watching this garbage about ten years ago, only news and som highlights, i wish i didn’t last night, oh my God, roman kicked out of two aa’s thin won with a punch and a wea spear over the biggest star in this company, and the monster stroman couldn’t kick out of the f5 once, and ambrose kicked out of hat move wich is stronger than all the stupid finishes combined then took the win by a nee and a ddt!!!!!!!!
    i can’t believe people still watching this especially the ones who lived the attitude era

  • Glenn Wolf

    end of the main event was very anticlimactic.
    not having Sheamus and Ceasro win off that awesome powerbomb was a huge fk-up, IMO, that was an outstanding spot and deserved to be a match-decider.
    full props to Cesaro for carrying on like a trooper.