WWE has a strong show coming up in No Mercy on Sunday night, and fans are getting a treat with what might as well be called two headliners on what many idea would be a cast off show.
Very few recognize what will truly end the show, yet the hotly debated issue on RAW in the course of the most recent couple of weeks has been the fight between John Cena and Roman Reigns. The two have exchanged unending, genuine shots on the mic throughout the last couple of scenes of RAW, and now they’ll at last find the opportunity to do fight in the ring in a match deserving of a WrestleMania headliner.
In the mean time, Brock Lesnar will hope to proceed with his rule as Universal Champion, and he’ll protect his title for the third time since winning it at WrestleMania in April in a match against Braun Strowman. Strowman has looked incredible as of late, and it’ll be fascinating to check whether he can pull off the surprise against The Beast Incarnate.
Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman
Everybody thought Brock Lesnar was en route out from WWE and a bolt to lose the Universal title back in August amid SummerSlam, however here we are one month later with The Beast Incarnate as yet clutching the belt. In the event that there was ever a period for him to lose the belt, it would’ve been back in August, and it would appear that Lesnar will clutch the title for quite a while. Indeed, even with how solid they’ve manufactured Braun Strowman to look as of late, it’s intense imagining him as the one to end Lesnar’s rule, particularly at No Mercy of all occasions.
John Cena vs. Roman Reigns
This match should feature a WrestleMania, however I figure going about as a co-headliner for No Mercy is additionally a better than average approach to book it. The two have been strong on the mic in the course of the most recent couple of weeks, and it would seem that they’re draining Cena for everything he has before a possible takeoff for some time. On the off chance that that is the situation, it would seem that Reigns will be the last man remaining in his yard when Sunday night wraps up.
Their rule just started a month back at SummerSlam, and having Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins driving the label group division for some time is the brilliant move. We’ll likely get one of the two selling out each other in the long run, however No Mercy isn’t the place to do it. This one ought to be a fun coordinate, yet the champions ought to hold here.
Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt
This match is entirely… unappealing. We’ve seen plain Finn Balor against Bray Wyatt some time recently, and we’ve seen The Demon King against The Eater of Worlds. This won’t be anything exceptional, and I figure we’ll see Balor come up on top in an uneventful match.
Neville vs. Enzo Amore
Enzo Amore simply isn’t generally doing it for me in the Cruiserweight division, yet this match is no less than a touch of fascinating to anticipate on Sunday. They don’t care for Enzo backstage, yet they may require a “star” like him to hold the belt for a bit and to convey a spotlight to the division, in spite of Neville’s incredible run. My heart says Neville, yet my mind and gut say Enzo.
Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma vs. Bayley
This match could go essentially every path conceivable, aside from Emma proving to be the best. Joy’s rule is as yet youthful, yet this current ladies’ division has transformed into a round of hot potato as of late that nobody can foresee. I see Bliss taking one, yet wouldn’t be astonished at a Banks or Bayley win, either.
The Miz vs. Jason Jordan
Jason Jordan is still exceptionally youthful in this entire scene, however he’s put on some extraordinary matches with Finn Balor, John Cena and Roman Reigns as of late. The Miz ought to be no exemption on this rundown, and I see the champion holding in his run of the mill heel mold to hold the title and kick it into high gear onto the following PPV.