December 16 2017

WWE No Mercy Results: Cesaro Loses Front Teeth After Turnbuckle To Face

December 16 2017, 03:08 | Frederick Owens



Reigns says last night was his biggest win ever, and he's still sore and exhausted so he's not sure why he's sitting here talking to Miz. Below, you'll be able to see updates for each match as they happen.

WWE Monday Night RAW is live from Ontario, California, yes, there is an Ontario in California. The crowd's reactions at No Mercy were a flawless example of this problem.

You can listen to the entire interview at this link.

WWE No Mercy starts at 7:00 p.m. ET with the kickoff show, which has one confirmed match so far.

After the match, Cena gave fans the impression it could be the last time he'd ever be in the ring.

Bray Wyatt is a dynamic performer that connects with the audience, but if he doesn't get an angle that actually elevates his status, his effectiveness going forward will be diminished. Bobby was one of the most colorful characters in the business and will be missed.

Finn Balor and Bray Wyatt again almost stole the show with a match that had an incredibly fast pace and was fought with an intensity that showed each wanted to beat the other as badly and as quickly as possible. Felt like a momentum building win for Balor. The match was a nice end to what has been yet another pointless Bray Wyatt feud. He won his first world championship in 2005.

Mickie James, Bayley and Sasha Banks are also other possible opponents she could face, and beat, before challenging for the gold. Secondly, these two teams have some seriously excellent chemistry.

My son and I thought the tag team match was match of the night. What Culture believes that the company should take its time cooking The Shield reunion up, much like how they did bringing together Rollins and Ambrose, who are now Tag Team champions and are shaping up to be one unstoppable duo that fans would like to see more of.

At this moment, though, I'm more anxious about his teeth - what a terrible landing on the turnbuckle that was.

It's good to see Rollins and Ambrose easily getting their chemistry back.

No Mercy is here today, and the Raw brand-exclusive event pits two monsters against each other in what is sure to be a wildly unpredictable main event. "When they shine the light, I'll come running". Bayley recently made her return and was also added to the match. This was a really fun bout and a fine example of what multi-women matches can deliver. The move could only get two, however. Cena is no longer the company's number one guy. He appeared on Raw talk immediately after the broadcast, and this is what he had to say when Jerry Lawler asked if he's gone now.

After all of the events that unfolded on MizTV, we have the Intercontinental Champion taking on the Big Dog. Man, with the trends and even how people watch football or go to stadiums is changing. reports WWE is committed to its plan to have Roman Reigns defeat Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at its biggest pay-per-view next year.

What a awful decision this was.

Neville dominates much of the match.

He was beaten down by former titleholder Neville, much to the delight of the rest of the division who were watching on.

What a disappointment this was. It dazed Strowman who tried to smash Lesnar in the corner to break the hold. We kind of expected that this feud is going to go on for a couple of months and that this match wasn't going to have a decisive victor. Multiple suplexes, a brief Braun fightback and an F5 to finish things off.

Disappointing match. Lesnar kicked out of the powerslam.

The reason Roman kicked out of four finishers, and Braun wad pinned with one F-5 is simple. Angle agreed to The Miz's suggestion, calling it a great idea and promising that it would lead the show. So, in order for this to be believable, expect Enzo to get punished by the more accomplished Neville with some good trash talking sprinkled throughout.

What did you think Raw following No Mercy?

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