ByMichael Patterson, writer at Creators.co
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With SummerSlam in the rear-view mirror, the WWE superstars of Monday Night RAW are setting their sights on the barbaric event known as No Mercy. Broadcasting live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, the thirteenth installment of the October event will undoubtedly provide us with many awe-inspiring moments. But if you can't watch the event this year, fear not, because we will be here to provide you with live updates of all the action throughout the night.

While there are many highly-anticipated matches coming up at WWE , none are as huge as the two major contests that will serve as the dual main event. Brock Lesnar has been an unstoppable Champion, but he hasn't been able to overcome Braun Strowman. The giant has conquered Roman Reigns and Big Show and now wants the Universal Championship. And after manhandling the Beast at , it's looking like he may be destined to win gold at the upcoming PPV.

Roman Reigns has been running his mouth since he defeated the Undertaker at , and now the veteran John Cena looks to teach the Big Dog a lesson. With rumors of an upcoming Cena absence and even the possible return of the Phenom himself, the Undertaker, you can bet all eyes will be on this match.

As two monsters battle do for the first time, other epic grudges will reach their boiling points. All of these matches will undoubtedly bring different things to the table, but we should all expect them one major similarity from each of them: no mercy.


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The Miz Vs. Jason Jordan (WWE Intercontinental Championship)

The Intercontinental Championship was on the line. [Credit: WWE]
The Intercontinental Championship was on the line. [Credit: WWE]

Jordan quickly gets control of the match-up, showing an impressive amount of strength as he gives The Miz a standing Suplex. While Miz tries to fight back, Jordan follows him outside the ring but finds himself sandwhiched between the Miztourage. The distraction allows Miz to deliver a Baseball Slide before ramming him into the barricade outside.

Back in the ring, Miz locks in a Sleeper Hold but Jordan fights out. The Champion follows it up with a sick DDT. He then lets the crowd's "Whos' Your Daddy" chant distract him and Jordan resumes control, taking things outside the ring. The challenger then rams Miz into the barricade and rolls him back into the ring for a near-fall.

Miz counters a clothesline with a knee to the challenger's gut before hitting Daniel Bryan's "Yes" kicks. But Jordan counters the final kick and hits a Belly-To-Belly Suplex. He then gets another near-fall. Miz counters an attack and looks for a Skull-Crushing Finale but it's Jordan who then counters with a roll up. He then rolls through into a series of Suplexes for another near-fall.

Miz reaches for the rope. [Credit: WWE]
Miz reaches for the rope. [Credit: WWE]

Miz rolls to the outside, and an angry Jordan Belly-To-Belly Suplexes Bo Dallas into Miz and Axel. He rolls the Champ back into the ring and locks in a Crossface. But Miz survives by getting to the rope. The challenger tries to capitalize by splashing him in the corner, but Miz sidesteps and forces him into the ringpost.

The Miz looks for his patented clothesline but Jordan counters with another Suplex. The challenger takes his straps down and prepares for the big finish, but Axel and Dallas get involved, allowing The Miz to hit the Skull-Crushing Finale for the win.

Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: The Miz


Bray Wyatt Vs. Finn Balor

The human iteration of Finn Balor took on Bray Wyatt. [Credit: WWE.com]
The human iteration of Finn Balor took on Bray Wyatt. [Credit: WWE.com]

Bray ambushes Finn before he even gets his jacket off and takes him to the outside. There, he rams him into the barricade and delivers a Urinage on the announce table. The docs help him to the back, but Bray calls him a coward. Enraged, Balor sprints to the ring and the match commences quickly.

Balor counters an early Sister Abigail-attempt and launches Wyatt to the outside. There, he delivers a running Dropkick and forces him into the barricade. He tries to capitalize inside the ring by ascending the rope, but Wyatt stops him and counters with a Superplex.

Bray beats him down on the apron, focusing the attack on his shoulder as he mockingly laughs. Inside the ring, he tries to lock in a Sleeper, but Finn fights out, and the momentum begins to shift. Balor quickens the pace and takes the fight to his opponent, but Wyatt fights back with a kick and forces him outside. As the Eater of Worlds tries to leave the ring, Balor traps him in the apron and unloads with a vicious assault. He caps it off with his patented kick to the face.

Bray's Spider-Walk stops Finn in his tracks. [Credit: WWE]
Bray's Spider-Walk stops Finn in his tracks. [Credit: WWE]

Inside the ring, Balor ascends to the top and looks for a splash, but Wyatt rises with his Spider-Walk -- freezing Finn in his tracks. But Balor gets angry and surprises Wyatt with a Slingblade. He tries to follow up but instead, eats a Urinage. Wyatt tries to capitalize with Sister Abigail but his opponent counters.

Wyatt tries to counter a top rope attack, but Finn fights him off. As Wyatt tries to get back up, Balor delivers a Coup De Grace to the back of his neck for a very near fall. As Balor tries to finish the job, Wyatt explodes with a clothesline, and loses his smile. The angry Wyatt throws him around the ring and looks for a top rope attack. However, he takes too long and Balor takes him off the turnbuckle.

Finn hits two running dropkicks before landing a final Coup De Grace for the decisive win.

Winner: Finn Balor


Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins Vs. Sheamus and Cesaro (RAW Tag Team Championships)

Seth and Dean defend their gold. [Credit: WWE]
Seth and Dean defend their gold. [Credit: WWE]

Cesaro tries to distract Ambrose and thus, Sheamus ambushes Rollins. He tries the same with Ambrose, but that isn't so successful. The Celtic Warrior returns his attention to Rollins outside the ring and continues the attack, but he's taken down by Dean once again. However, Cesaro intervenes and the challengers gain control.

Cesaro swings Dean into the steel steps, and the ref refuses to let him continue the attack until he checks that Ambrose is okay. Ambrose waves the ref off and the match continues as he immediately eats a vicious boot. Cesaro and Sheamus tag in and out as they focus on Dean's injured shoulder.

Eventually, Ambrose counters Cesaro's attack with a whip into the buckle and is able to tag in Rollins. The Kingslayer raises hell and quickens the pace. In the midst of his attack, it's clear that Cesaro has injured himself from the earlier toss. The bloody Cesaro tags out and we soon find out that he has lost two teeth.

Meanwhile, Sheamus hits three Irish Curse Backbreakers on Rollins.; Eventually, Cesaro comes back in but his face is still bloody. Rollins manages to throw him over the top rope and tags in Ambrose. Dean unorthodox style overpowers Sheamus as the Lunatic Fringe manages to get him out of the ring and delivers his Suicide Dive.

Cesaro wears the wounds of war. [Credit: WWE]
Cesaro wears the wounds of war. [Credit: WWE]

Back in the ring, he launches himself off the rope with an elbow into Sheamus for a near-fall which Cesaro breaks up. Rollins tries to interfere but eats a Brogue Kick as Cesaro locks in a Sharpshooter-into-a-crossface on Dean. Ambrose makes it to the ropes and Rollins tries to interfere again, but is stopped in his tracks once more. But after a Double Dominator, Ambrose kicks out again -- the the challengers' disbelief.

Sheamus looks for White Noise on Ambrose as Cesaro attempts to jump off the top rope onto him. Rollins looks to make the save with a hurricanrana but Cesaro traps him and holds him there in the Powerbomb position. Sheamus hits White Noise on Dean as Cesaro flies off the top, Powerbombing Rollins onto his own partner. But somehow, Ambrose kicks out.

Everyone is exhausted during the match. [Credit: WWE]
Everyone is exhausted during the match. [Credit: WWE]

Sheamus looks for a Brogue Kick on Ambrose, but Dean collapses in the ring. However, he was only playing possum and rolls up Sheamus for a near-fall. Sheamus fires back with a Brogue Kick, but Ambrose sidesteps him and he ends up hitting Cesaro. Dean looks for Dirty Deeds, but Sheamus counters. Rollins grabs Sheamus and hits his new finisher, allowing Dean to successfully hit Dirty Deeds for the win.

Winner and STILL RAW Tag Team Champions: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins


Alexa Bliss Vs. Bayley Vs. Sasha Banks Vs. Nia Jax Vs. Emma (Fatal 5-Way for the RAW Women's Championship)

The women of 'RAW' look to battle for the Women's Championship. [Credit: WWE]
The women of 'RAW' look to battle for the Women's Championship. [Credit: WWE]

Emma goes right after Bliss while Sasha and Bayley double-team Nia. As the ring is emptied, Bayley and Sasha fins themselves as the last two standing, anf they face off before getting physical. But that doesn't last long before Nia pulls Sasha out of the ring and forces her into the barricade. She then turns her attention to Bayley and womanhandles her.

Emma tries to hit a Sleeper but eats a Spinebuster. Bliss tries her hand and looks for a spinning DDT but the displeased Jax counters with a powerslam. Nia looks for a Samoan Drop on the Bliss but Sasha looks to fly from the top rope. Nia uses Bliss to take her out and also places her on her shoulders, hitting a double Samoan Drop. Let's go Nia!

The audience gets to their feet as Nia Jax hits a double Samoan Drop. [Credit: WWE]
The audience gets to their feet as Nia Jax hits a double Samoan Drop. [Credit: WWE]

Bayley manages to locks in a guillotine on Nia, using the top rope for leverage. Bliss and Banks then shove the trapped Nia over the rope, taking her out of the equation. Emma and the Champion form a brief alliance before it breaks down.

Nia returns to the apron, but Emma grabs her legs, looking for a Powerbomb on the outside. But Nia holds on. However, Bayley assists Emma, but the two still can't get her down. Back in the ring, Sasha and Bliss dropkick Nia, allowing Emma and Bayley to successfully Powerbomb her -- and she lands hard on her head.

Alexa Bliss covers Bayley. [Credit: WWE]
Alexa Bliss covers Bayley. [Credit: WWE]

Back in the ring, Emma takes control of both Bliss and Banks, taking them both out in the corner. However, Sasha and Alexa get physical, with The Boss hitting the Backstabber into the Banks' Statement. However, Bayley returns and hits the Bayley-To-Belly. But the audiences erupts as Nia returns and singles out Bayley.

However, as she turns her attention to Bliss, Nia runs straight into the ringpost. Bliss then throws Bayley into Emma (knocking her off the apron) before connecting with a DDT for the win.

Winner and STILL RAW Women's Champion: Alexa Bliss


John Cena Vs. Roman Reigns

John Cena takes on Roman Reigns. [Credit: WWE]
John Cena takes on Roman Reigns. [Credit: WWE]

The two men feel each other out at the start, which results in Roman Reigns taking John Cean to his feet with a shoulder tackle. Cena pretends to listen to the audience and leaves. But Reigns isn't happy and follows him up the aisle, greeting him with a right hand. Cena stumbles back to the ring and eats another right hand. Roman counters an attack and gets a two-count.

Roman viciously assaults his opponent in the corner and launches him over the top rope. He follows him to the outside and trash talks, which costs him as Cena reverses the Irish Whip and launches him into the steel steps. But the Big Dog manages to recover quickly and launches Cena into the opposite set of steps. He follows it up with a drive-by. This is interesting as Cena has yet to offer any real offence.

Cena's humorous exit cost him. [Credit: WWE]
Cena's humorous exit cost him. [Credit: WWE]

Roman then struts around the ring cockily and hits a few right hands. Cena tries to fight back, but Roman kicks him in the face and locks in a Sleeper. But he doesn't let that stop him from fighting back as he outpowers The Big Dog and hits a shoulder knock down. Cean smiles and looks for the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, but Reigns counters with a Samoan Drop.

The Big Dog resumes the beatdown but eventually falls victims to two of Cena's moves of doom. But he fights back again and sizes the injured Cena up for the Superman Punch. But Cena counters into the STF. Roman reaches for the ropes, but Cena pulls him back into the center of the ring. However, Reigns manages to roll him around and lifts him up, slamming him onto the mat.

Cena locks in the STF on Reigns. [Credit: WWE]
Cena locks in the STF on Reigns. [Credit: WWE]

Both men are fatigue as they exchange blows. Reigns bounces off the ropes and jumps into Cena's arms. The veteran hits an AA on Reigns for a very near fall. Cena then climbs to the top rope and looks for the leg drop, but Reigns counters it into a Powerbomb for a near-fall. The Big Dog immediately follows it up with a Superman Punch, for another near-fall.

Reigns looks for the Spear, but John sidesteps him and forces him into the ringpost. He follows it up by grabbing the prone Reigns and placing him on the top rope, looking for a super AA. He successfully hits it, but only gets a two-count. He stares at the referee in disbelief, and it's suddenly very clear that WWE are trying to use Cena in order to get the WWE Universe to respect Reigns.

Reigns Spears Cena through the announce table. [Credit: WWE]
Reigns Spears Cena through the announce table. [Credit: WWE]

The veteran winks at the WWE Universe and begins stripping both announce tables outside the ring. He attempts an AA on the tables, but Reigns slides out and hits a Spear, sending them both through the announce table.

Roman drags Cena back into the ring and crawls into the cover. But Cena kicks out, leaving Reigns in disbelief. But a determined Reigns then sets Cena up for the Spear, only to get caught by an AA. Cena rolls through and hits a second AA. But predictably, Reigns kicks out. Reigns then hits a sudden Superman Punch and Spears Cena for the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns


Neville Vs. Enzo Amore (WWE Cruiserweight Championship)

Neville vs Enzo for the gold. [Credit: WWE]
Neville vs Enzo for the gold. [Credit: WWE]

Neville takes control in the early-going, wrenching the arm of Enzo Amore. They lock up again, and Neville once again gets the better of the situation. Amore gets to the rope and spins himself around, relieving the pressure of the arm wrench. But before he can capitalize, Neville takes him out at the legs.

Enzo fights out from the corner and hits Neville with a killer boot. But he's unable to continue the offense as Nevile resumes control, slamming him into the turnbuckles. Turning Enzo upside down, Neville rams his foot into his face. He then takes him to the outside and rams him into the barricade.

Enzo manages to beat the count but immediately finds himself on the wrong end of another beatdown. Neville locks in a Sleeper before fighting off an Enzo comeback. As Enzo hangs onto the ropes and makes another surprise comeback, he eats a sick superkick for his troubles.

The King of the Cruiserweights talsk trash and continues the beatdown. Neville climbs to the top and looks for the Falcon Arrow. But he changes his mind and looks for the Phoenix Splash instead, and it costs him as Enzo rolls out of the way. Amore then climbs to the top and lands a super DDT for a near-fall.

But he can't maintain the control as Neville tosses him outside and throws him over the barricade. However, before the ref concludes the count, Enzo grabs the Cruiserwight belt and poses with it. As Neville gives chase, Enzo returns to the ring and attempts to hit him with the belt.

After a warning from the referee, Enzo gives the belt back. But behind the ref's back, he hits Neville with a vicious low blow and rolls him up for the shocking win.

Winner and NEW WWE Cruiserweight Champion: Enzo Amore


Brock Lesnar Vs. Braun Strowman (WWE Universal Championship)

Lesnar defends his gold against Strowman. [Credit: WWE]
Lesnar defends his gold against Strowman. [Credit: WWE]

Lesnar looks for a right hand, but Strowman grabs him by the throat and forces him back. The Champion tries again but Strowman tosses him across the ring. Lesnar hits a German Suplex, but the Monster Among Men pops right back up and hits him with a thunderous Chokeslam. He immediately follows it up with a Running Powerslam for a two-count.

Strowman splashes Lesnar in the corner and begins to beat him down. The Champion tries to fight out, looking for another suplex, but Strowman fight out. The Beast then looks for an F-5, but his back gives out and the giant forces him outside. Strowman follows him out and picks him up, ramming him into the ringpost.

Brock Lensar hoists Braun up for the F-5. [credit: WWE]
Brock Lensar hoists Braun up for the F-5. [credit: WWE]

Strowman forces Lesnar into the corner, but he misses a splash. This allows Lesnar to capitalize as he locks in the Kimura lock. The monster tries to fight him off, but Lesnar maintains the hold, taking him down to the mat. Eventually, Strowman gets to the rope, forcing a break.

The giant counters Lesnar's attack with a Spinebuster for another two-count. But Strowman ends up on the wrong end of a German Suplex. The Beast manages to follow it up with another one, and we're well on our way to Suplex City, He hits another three and looks for the F-5, but again, he can't hold him up. Strowman reverses it into another running Powerslam but can't make the cover. He then hits another Powerslam for a near-fall. Strowman looks to continue the assault, but ends up eating a surprising F-5 for the quick (And rather underwhelming) win.

Winner and STILL WWE Universal Champion: Brock Lesnar

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