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WWE No Mercy 2017: Full match card, where and when to watch (Updated September 19)

With less than one week until WWE returns to pay-per-view with the Raw-exclusive event No Mercy, we've got all the details on how to watch it and what to expect.


Several weeks have passed since WWE brought us SummerSlam, but the situation on Monday Night Raw has heated up even more since then. Every championship on Raw will be defended, and we’ve got two WrestleMania-caliber matches in one night.

How to watch No Mercy

When: The event will take place on Sunday, September 24th. It will start at 8 PM Eastern Time, 5 PM Pacific Time, and 1 AM British Time (technically on Monday, September 25th). In India and Australia, it will technically start on Monday, September 25th. It will start at 5 AM India Standard Time and 10 AM Australian Eastern Standard Time. The Kickoff Show will start one hour prior to the main start time, so 7 PM Eastern Time, etc. The main show is scheduled to last approximately three hours and may be followed by an edition of Raw Talk on the WWE Network.

Where: As always, No Mercy is available on the WWE Network which can be viewed through most media devices. The WWE Network is only $10 a month and new subscribers can sign up for a free trial that will allow you to enjoy No Mercy. It is also available in the U.K. on Sky Sports Box Office for £14.95 (€21.95 in Ireland). It is available in Australia via Main Event for $24.95. It is also available in India on Ten Sports. If you’re in any other country, visit this link and select your country to see how to watch No Mercy.

Kickoff Show: While No Mercy will primarily be available on the WWE Network, the Kickoff will also have a free stream on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest.

Championship Matches

Universal Championship Match: Brock Lesnar (c) vs Braun Strowman

It’s no understatement to call this one of the most massive one on one Universal Championship matches we’ve ever seen. This also may be the first time in years that we’ve seen Brock Lesnar walk into a match as the underdog. Strowman has dominated Lesnar every time they’ve faced off, but there’s no telling how the champion will perform now that he’s been backed into a corner.

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

Five of Raw’s best female superstars will be featured in this huge championship match. Initially, it was set to simply be Alexa Bliss defending against Sasha Banks. After they picked up a tag team win, Nia and Emma were both added into the mix. Following her return on Raw, Bayley has also been added in. This match will be one fall to a finish, and Alexa does not have to be involved in the decision to lose her title. Anything can happen, and all of these women have a great chance of leaving as the Raw Women’s Champion.

Intercontinental Championship Match: The Miz (c) vs Jason Jordan

Jason Jordan’s tensions with The Miz have slowly heated up since SummerSlam, but as Miz has continued to toss insults at Kurt Angle, Jason Jordan’s father, it has led Jordan to become more and more emotional about the situation. Jordan picked up a win in a Six-Pack Challenge on Raw this week to earn this shot, but it will take more than emotion for him to overcome the ringside presence of The Miztourage and Maryse.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) vs Cesaro & Sheamus

It was Rollins and Ambrose that captured the Raw Tag Team Championship from Cesaro & Sheamus back at SummerSlam, and the team that refers to themselves as “the bar” is ready to prove that by taking back the titles they feel they deserve. Cesaro & Sheamus have the momentum after picking up a win in a three-way tag team match on Raw that also included Gallows & Anderson.

Cruiserweight Championship Match: Neville (c) vs Enzo Amore

Enzo Amore’s presence in the cruiserweight division has received mixed reviews from many fans, and Enzo’s willingness to cheat to win has not helped the situation. Regardless, Enzo has earned his way into this match. Should Neville underestimate the smack talker, we could see a huge upset. However, we will definitely see a clear clash of styles between these two.

Grudge Matches

John Cena vs Roman Reigns

It’s a “WrestleMania-caliber” match, and the second one we’ve got for the night after Strowman and Lesnar’s huge championship match. Cena and Reigns have traded barbs for weeks now, but it all comes down to who can pick up the win inside the squared circle. Both men feel they have something to prove, regardless of what they say, so this is sure to be a memorable clash.

Finn Balor vs Bray Wyatt

Just to be clear, this is Finn Balor taking on Bray Wyatt. The Demon will not be present at No Mercy. Wyatt contends that it is only The Demon that allowed Finn to win at SummerSlam, but Finn has shown no fear in taking on Wyatt without his alter ego. Both men seem confident headed towards Sunday, but only one man can walk out the victor.

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Patches Chance

Yo, Patches Chance here. I'm the Content Editor for the WWE section here at RealSport. In my past, I majored in English Literature at the University of Houston. I'm a former referee with the Doomsday Wrestling promotion. I've been an avid fan for over fifteen years and have written about wrestling for over a decade. I'm also a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and have been a featured columnist for WhatTheBuc. Edge will always be my favorite, but Shinsuke Nakamura is the best thing in wrestling today.

WWE No Mercy 2017: Full match card, where and when to watch (Updated September 19)

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