This Week In WWE 29th September 2017
By Marcus Green
Posted On 30-09-2017 22:56 GMT
Tags: WWE, RAW, Smackdown, NXT

WWE No Mercy 2017 Results

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

A very game Jordan put his superior athletic prowess on display, and unleashed the full extent of his arsenal of suplexes. However, The Miz was ever vigilant in his ability to stay alive and with and assist from the Miztourage was able to end the young stars night in a Skull Crushing Finale.

Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor

“The Eater of Worlds” put Balor in a world of hurt before the bell, but rather go down fighting than be escorted to the back, Balor let Wyatt bait him back to the ring where his injured ribs became a glaring target. But Balor would fight through Wyatt’s well laid plan and willed himself to a win with Coup de Grace.

RAW Tag Team Championship: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) vs. The Bar(Cesaro & Sheamus)

A highly entertain contest pushed the champion to their llimits while Cesaro was left wishing he had worn a mouth guard. As the near falls mounted it was clear that the challengers were executing a perfect gameplan, but somehow the champions stayed alive and caused last minute miscommunication that led to Dirty Deeds on Sheamus for a retention.

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

It was truly every woman for herself, but a insane power display by Jax forced the other four to unite on an apron powerbomb attempt that took Jax out. With the champions odds slightly improved, Bliss was able to outlast Emma and Banks in order ot put Bayley away with a ddt.

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns

Reigns seemed to have his opponent completely figured out, not allowing Cena to mount any sort of serious momentum. However, a kick out of an AA sent Cena on a mission to put a smug Reigns in his place. Yet not only did Reigns kick out of a Super AA, but back-to-back AA’s, leaving Cena in utter disbelief. Reigns rallied for a second Superman Punch with a Spear to get the pinfall.

Cruiserweight Championship: Neville (c) vs. Enzo Amore

Neville reveled in demolishing Amore to task for running off at the mouth. Amore could barely stand much less defend himself, and yet somehow avoided a Phoenix Splash and nailed the DDG. Out of pure desperation, he distracted the referee with the title in order to   land a low blow and stacked up Neville to dethrone the king.

WWE Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Braun Strowman

It took longer than Lesnar would’ve liked but once he was able to weaken “The Monster Among Men” with Kimora Lock, a tour of Suplex City was in full effect. Not even Strowman signature Running Powerslam multiple times was not enough, but it only took one F-5 to put “The Monster Among Men” away.

WWE RAW 25th September 2017

Dean Ambrose vs. Braun Strowman

Injured shoulder and all, Ambrose answered a challenge and somehow managed to put up a fight against a vengeful Strowman coming off his loss to Brock Lesnar. But it only took one flex of power that led to a Powerslam.

The Miz w/The Miztourage vs. Roman Reigns

Despite several traps, Reigns was able to once again overcome the odds an push himself to a victory off a Spear, However, despite a valiant effort Reigns would not overcome the numbers once chair got introduced was the I.C. champ and Miztourage who had the last laugh.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Neville spoils Enzo Amore’s Championship celebration

After cheating is way to becoming the new Cruiserweight Champion, the “Certified G” rode out on his high horse and insulted the entire Cruiserweight division, specifically the former champion, Neville who ignored a no contact clause and snapped and left Amore beatup and embarrassed yet again.

Smackdown Live 26th September 2017

A Glorious interruption

Dolph Ziggler trolled the WWE universe this week by mocking known other than “The Deadman” himself, The Undertaker. Once again casting fans for being more enamored by spectacular entrances than actual wrestling ability. However, Bobby Roode returned to the blue brand and issued a challenge for Hell in a Cell to put Ziggler's talents to the test.

Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens

Ownen’s vicious attack brought his former best friend turned rival, Zayn back on his radar but Zayn’s attempt to reason fell on deaf ears. Another furious showdown ended with Owens delivering an apron powerbomb leaving Zayn unfit to compete.

No Contest

WWE NXT 27th September 2017

Adam Cole w/Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly vs. Eric Young w/SAniTY

Young vowed to make Cole’s NXT n ring debut a painful one, and with tensions high inside and outside the ring both men had to focus on the task at hand. Young used an opening to capitalize on the chaos outside, but Cole would make him pay for taking his eye off the prize.

Winner: Adam Cole

Tags: WWE, RAW, Smackdown, NXT




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