We go live into the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California and Renee Young, Booker T, Jerry Lawler, and Lita welcome us to the show. Renee brings up that AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena kicking off the show and Booker says he is excited for it and Lita says everybody is ready for the main event to start the show. She says the fans are excited and already chanting for the guys in the match. We head backstage to the Social Media Lounge, and Tom Phillips informs us that his guests later tonight will be The Usos. We then head back to the panel and then take a look at the video hype package for the feud between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt.
We go back to the panel and Lita says Orton is going to be focused and ready to go after Wyatt attacked him backstage at Backlash. Lawler says Orton can say Wyatt is scared all he wants, but we all know Orton is afraid of Wyatt. Booker says Wyatt can try all he wants to get into Orton’s head, but Orton has seen it all and it won’t happen. Booker picks Orton, Lawler picks Wyatt, and Lita goes with Orton. We see that an 8-Man Tag Team Match will happen on the preshow later tonight, which will pit American Alpha and The Hype Bros against The Ascension and The Vaudevillains.
We take a look at the video hype package for the feud Dolph Ziggler and The Miz. Booker says he worked for 26 years to get where he got in his career and he would never think about putting it on the line in a match like Ziggler had. Booker says Ziggler won’t get it done tonight and Lawler agrees with him. Lita says Ziggler will fight for his career tonight and get it done.
Curt Hawkins’ music hits and he makes his way to ring. Hawkins grabs a mic and says that he told us that he would be getting into the ring at No Mercy and he has now and ends it with “And thank you and goodnight.” His music plays and pyro goes off, but then he picks up the mic again and says he will have his very first match on Smackdown Live this Tuesday night.
We go backstage and Alexa Bliss joins Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan in their office. They inform us that Becky Lynch cannot compete tonight, and Alexa says she signed a contract for a title match, so she should be the champion. Bryan says no and she will get her title match on November 8th when Smackdown is in Glasgow, Scotland, and says Alexa will still be in action tonight. Lawler says Alexa should have demanded that they go to the ring and hand her the title. Lita says Becky is a fighting champion and Alexa should not be handed the title.
We go backstage and The Usos are in the Social Media Lounge. They are asked what has inspired the new attitude of the Usos, and they said the WWE Universe continuously booing them made them change. They are asked if their attack on American Alpha was out of jealousy and they laugh it off. They are asked if they can break the New Day’s record if they get the titles back. The Usos say they aren’t worried about it and we go back to the panel. Booker says The Usos are going to have to come out tonight and go head-to-head with Heath Slater and Rhyno and Booker says they will win by any means necessary. Lawler agrees with Booker and says the Usos have the championship aura around them, unlike Rhyno and Slater. Lita says people are discounting Slater less than they were before he and Rhyno got the titles. Lawler officially picks the Usos, Booker goes with Slater and Rhyno, as does Lita.
We take a look back at the match between Baron Corbin and Jack Swagger from this past Tuesday’s Smackdown, where the referee said Corbin tapped out. Booker says the referee made a mistake and Lita says we have never seen Corbin in that position before. Lawler says Swagger will get it done tonight and Lita agrees, but Booker goes with Corbin.
Nikki Bella now joins the panel and they talk about Total Bellas for a bit. Then the talk transitions into Nikki’s feud with Carmella. She says Carmella has had her number recently, but tonight is a different story. Lita picks Nikki to win, as does Lawler, but Booker picks Carmella.
8-Man Tag Team Match: American Alpha (Chad Gable and Jason Jordan) and The Hype Bros (Mojo Rawley and Zack Ryder) vs. The Ascension (Konnor and Viktor) and The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch)
English and Gable start the match for their teams. Gable takes English down with a waist-lock take down and then backs English into the corner. Jordan tags in and Gotch enters the ring. Gotch gets taken down with a monkey flip and then English gets taken down with a double hip-toss. Ryder and Viktor tag in and Viktor applies a side-headlock. Ryder comes back and sends Viktor off the ropes and then delivers a neck-breaker. Ryder goes for the cover, but Viktor kicks out. Rawley tags in and delivers a bell clap to Viktor in the corner. Viktor goes for a big kick, but Rawley takes him down with a running lariat. Rawley goes for the cover, but Viktor kicks out at two. Viktor gets free and tags in Konnor. Konnor and Rawley exchange right hands and then Rawley takes him down with a cross-body. Everybody gets into the ring and then Alpha and the Bros send all of their opponents out to the floor as we head to a break.
We’re back and Konnor and Ryder are the legal men. Konnor backs Ryder into the corner and tags in Viktor. Viktor takes Ryder down to the apron and tags in Konnor, who puts Ryder’s head under the ring apron and delivers a kick. Konnor shoves Ryder to the middle of the ring and tags in English. English applies a headlock to Ryder and begins to sing. Ryder fights back and delivers a jaw-breaker. Ryder goes for the tag, but English stops him and takes him to the corner and tags in Gotch. Gotch stomps away on Ryder in the corner and then tags in Konnor. Ryder goes to the corner and Konnor charges, but Ryder gets his boots up. Ryder and Konnor go the floor and Ryder takes him down. Ryder gets back into the ring and sends Viktor and Gotch to the floor and then Viktor and Gotch take out Gable and Rawley. Ryder makes it to Jordan and tags him in. Jordan suplexes English and goes for the cover, but Gotch makes it up. Rawley takes Gotch out and Viktor takes Rawley out. Gable and Jordan hit English with Grand Amplitude and Jordan gets the pin fall.
Winners: American Alpha and The Hype Bros.
We take a look at the video hype package for the triple threat feud between AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, and John Cena. Lawler says this match being first is going to put incredible pressure on everyone that has to follow them and picks Cena to get the win. Lita says both Ambrose and Styles are in the conversation for the face that runs the place, but Cena has proven to be just that time and time again. Booker says he told Styles five years ago that he needed to fulfill his destiny and become the WWE Champion. Booker says Styles is the guy that has dethroned Cena at the top after so many others failed. Lita picks Ambrose, Lawler picks Cena, and Booker picks Styles as the preshow comes to a close.
We see the opening video for No Mercy, which focuses on the main feuds heading into tonight. We then go live into the Golden 1 Center where Mauro Ranallo, David Otunga, and John Bradshaw Layfield welcome us to the show.
WWE World Championship Triple Threat Match: AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena
Ambrose pie-faces Cena and then decks Styles and they all exchange offensive moves and all three men are down. Ambrose and Cena get to their feet and brawl into the corner and then Styles joins in. All three men go to the floor and Ambrose slams Cena into the barricade. Ambrose then goes after Styles and slams him into the announce table and then back into the ring. Ambrose kicks Cena from the apron and then runs and dives, but Cena catches him and rams him back-first into the ring post. Styles comes over the top rope and delivers a forearm to Cena on the floor. Styles tosses Cena back into the ring and decks him with a right hand. Ambrose gets onto the apron and tries to suplex Styles to the floor, but Styles counters and brings Ambrose in the ring. Styles and Ambrose brawl and then Cena delivers a double-suplex and takes both men down. Cena grabs Ambrose and puts him on the apron, but Styles shoves Cena away and knocks Ambrose to the floor with a forearm. Styles goes after Cena, but Cena catapults Styles into the corner. Cena slams Styles to the mat and goes for the cover, but Styles kicks out at two. Cena goes for the AA, but Styles lands on his feet and delivers the Pele Kick. Ambrose sunset flips into the ring and rolls up Styles, but Styles kicks out at two. Styles grabs Ambrose and then catches Cena and delivers a DDT to Cena and a neck-breaker to Ambrose. Styles goes for the cover on Ambrose, but Ambrose kicks out. Styles then goes for the cover on Cena, but Cena kicks out as well. Styles grabs Ambrose and tosses him to the floor and Ambrose hits the steps on the way down. Styles turns his attention to Cena, but Cena slams Styles down with a gut-buster. Cena picks Styles up and goes up top, but Styles counters and power-bombs Cena down to the mat. Styles goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two.
Cena comes back and applies a side-headlock to Styles, but Styles sends Cena off the ropes and Ambrose catches Cena in a sleeper hold. Cena backs Ambrose into the corner and into Styles to break the hold and Cena takes Ambrose down with shoulder tackles and goes for the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, but Styles cuts him off with a German suplex. Styles goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Ambrose comes back and slams Styles to the mat as Cena goes to the floor. Ambrose goes for the cover, but Styles kicks out and sends Ambrose to the floor. Cena gets back into the ring and takes Styles down with shoulder tackles. Cena goes for the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, but Ambrose cuts him off with a clothesline from the top rope. Styles takes Cena to the floor and Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds on Styles, but Styles backs him into the corner. Ambrose comes back and rolls Styles up out of the corner, but Styles kicks out. Ambrose and Styles run the ropes and take each other down with flying clotheslines. Cena rolls back into the ring and delivers a double-Five Knuckle Shuffle to both men. Cena delivers the AA to Styles, but Styles rolls out of the ring. Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds on Cena, but Cena counters and delivers an AA. Cena goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Cena locks in the STF on Ambrose and Ambrose begins to fade, but Styles breaks the hold. Styles and Cena get on the apron and Styles delivers a suplex to Cena on the apron and Cena falls to the floor. Styles connects with the Springboard 450 on Ambrose and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Cena gets to his feet on the floor, but Styles kicks him away. Styles goes for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Ambrose cuts him off. Styles comes back and hits the Styles Clash on Ambrose, but Cena pulls Styles back and locks in the STF. Styles raises his hand, but Ambrose grabs it and keeps Styles from tapping out and then breaks the hold. Ambrose sends Styles in the corner and charges, and then Cena charges at Ambrose. Cena lifts both Ambrose and Styles up, but Styles escapes. Styles takes Cena down and Ambrose takes Styles down with the Lunatic Lariat and all three men are down.
Cena gets to his feet and delivers a power bomb to Ambrose and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Styles comes off the top with a cross-body, but Cena catches him and goes for the AA. Styles gets out of it and locks in the Calf Crusher. Ambrose drops an elbow on Styles to break the hold. Ambrose then locks in the Calf Crusher on Styles. Cena then locks in the STF on Styles and Styles taps with both submission holds locked in.
The bell rings, but the referee calls it off and then Ambrose and Cena brawl in the ring. Cena picks Ambrose up for the AA, but Ambrose counters and hits Dirty Deeds. Ambrose goes for the cover, but Styles pulls the referee out of the ring. Ambrose takes Styles out with a tope suicida and then tosses Styles over the announce table. Ambrose goes up top, but Cena cuts him off. Cena connects with the AA from the top rope and then Styles hits Cena with a steel chair. Styles goes for the cover and gets the pin fall on Cena.
Winner and still WWE World Champion: AJ Styles.
We see the video hype package for the next WWE PPV, Hell in a Cell, which is on Sunday, October 30th and is a Raw-only event.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt.
Nikki Bella vs. Carmella
Nikki goes right after Carmella, but Carmella gets into the ropes. Carmella slaps Nikki across the face and Nikki tosses Carmella across the ring. Carmella rolls to the apron, but Nikki grabs her by the hair and pulls her back into the ring. Nikki sends Carmella to the floor again and delivers a dropkick. Nikki comes to the outside, but Carmella takes her down and then slams her into the ring apron. Carmella tosses Nikki back into the ring and then wraps her around the ring post. Carmella goes for the cover, but Nikki kicks out at two. Carmella delivers a few elbows and then applies a headlock down on the mat. Nikki gets to her feet, but Carmella pulls her down by her hair and then taunts Nikki with a moonwalk. Carmella delivers the Bronco Buster in the corner and then goes for the cover, but Nikki kicks out at two. Carmella goes back to the headlock and then uses the ropes to her advantage. Carmella backs away and charges, but Nikki takes her down with a tackle from the corner. Nikki delivers a couple dropkicks and then a corner clothesline. Nikki connects with a springboard roundhouse kick from the corner and goes for the cover, but Carmella kicks out at two. Nikki goes for the Rack Attack, but Carmella holds onto the ropes. Nikki connect with the Bella Buster and goes for the cover, but Carmella kicks out at two. Carmella comes back with a head-scissors take down and then delivers a superkick and goes for the cover, but Nikki kicks out at two. Nikki gets a quick roll up, but Carmella kicks out at two. Carmella delivers a flatliner and then locks in the Code of Silence, but Nikki powers out and takes Carmella down with a big forearm shot. Carmella comes right back and locks in the Code of Silence again, but Nikki makes to the rope to break the hold. Carmella slaps Nikki across the face and beats her down on the mat. Nikki comes back and hits the Rack Attack 2.0 to get the pin fall.
Winner: Nikki Bella.
We go backstage and see Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan. The Miz and Maryse walks in and says this show is going awesome. The Miz says the best moment will be when he retires Dolph Ziggler. The Miz says Daniel Bryan is just as much to blame as he is tonight for Ziggler’s career coming to an end. Miz says he and Ziggler will have a lot in common tonight because they will both be retired. The Miz says after he retains again, he wants to renegotiate his contract again and then he and Maryse walk away.
WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: Heath Slater and Rhyno vs. The Usos (Jimmy and Jey)
Rhyno and Jimmy start the match and they tie up. Rhyno applies a side-headlock and then takes Jimmy down with a shoulder tackle. Rhyno delivers a chop and then takes Jimmy to the corner. Slater tags in and he and Rhyno take Jimmy down with a Slater sends Jimmy to the corner, but Jimmy counters with an uppercut. Jey tags in and chops Slater and then delivers a scoop slam. Jey delivers another slam and then a back suplex. Jey goes for the cover, but Slater kicks out at two. Jey tags in Jimmy and takes Slater to the corner. Jimmy connects with a forearm shot and goes for the cover, but Slater kicks out at two. Jimmy applies a headlock, but Slater fights out of it. Jimmy goes for a back suplex, but Slater gets free and tags in Rhyno. Rhyno drops Jimmy with a few clotheslines and then knocks Jey to the floor. Rhyno comes out of the corner and drops Jimmy with another clothesline. Rhyno takes Jimmy down with a suplex and then sets up for the Gore, but Jey distracts Rhyno and Jimmy delivers a dropkick. Jey tags in and smashes Rhyno in the corner. Jey goes for the cover, but Rhyno kicks out at two. Jey stomps away on Rhyno and then tags Jimmy back in. Jimmy stomps away on Rhyno and then applies a headlock. Rhyno fights to his feet, but Jimmy slams him down by the hair. Jimmy keeps Rhyno grounded and tags in Jey. Jey delivers a sliding dropkick to Rhyno and then delivers a big right hand. Jey goes for the cover, but Rhyno kicks out at two. Jimmy tags back in and sends Rhyno to the corner. Jimmy charges, but Rhyno catches him with a back elbow. Rhyno delivers a spine-buster to Jimmy and both men are down. Slater and Jey tag in and Slater sends Jimmy to the floor and waylays on Jey. Slater delivers a flying lariat and then a neck-breaker. Slater goes for the cover, but Jey kicks out at two. Jey goes or a Samoan Drop, but Slater counters with a roll-up but Jey kicks out at two. Jey takes Slater down with a Flatliner and goes for the cover, but Slater kicks out at two. Jimmy tags in and catches Slater with a right hand and then goes up top. Slater counters with a power slam and goes for the cover, but Jimmy kicks out at two. Jimmy catches Slater with a superkick and tags in Jey. They work on Slater’s leg, but Rhyno takes Jimmy out with the Gore on the outside. Jey locks in a half-crab submission in the ring, but Rhyno breaks it up and calls for the tag. Slater tags in Rhyno and Rhyno takes Jey down with a Gore and gets the pin fall.
Winners and still WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions: Rhyno and Heath Slater.
We see Bray Wyatt in his rocking chair backstage. He mumbles some stuff we can’t understand and then hums “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.”
We take a look back to this past Tuesday’s Smackdown where Jack Swagger defeated Baron Corbin by submission.
Baron Corbin vs. Jack Swagger
They brawl from the bell and Swagger takes Corbin down with a shoulder block. Swagger sends Corbin to the outside and slams him into the barricade and the announce table. Corbin comes back and kicks the steel steps into Swagger’s hand, which was placed between the steps and the ring post. Corbin tosses Swagger back into the ring and works over his arm in the corner. Corbin takes Swagger down to the mat and then continues the work on the arm. Corbin delivers an elbow shot and then charges in the corner, but Swagger elevates Corbin into the ring post. Swagger delivers a forearm shot, but Corbin sends Swagger into the corner. Corbin charges, but Swagger moves and delivers two corner clotheslines. Swagger slams Corbin down to the mat and delivers the Swagger Bomb. Swagger goes for the cover, but Corbin kicks out at two. Swagger goes for the Patriot Lock, but Corbin counters and connects with Deep Six. Corbin goes for the cover, but Swagger kicks out at two. Corbin nails Swagger in the back of the head, but Swagger comes back with a big clothesline. Swagger goes for the cover, but Corbin kicks out at two. Swagger grabs Corbin’s ankle and locks in the Patriot Lock, but Corbin makes it to the apron to break the hold. Corbin pokes Swagger in the eye and delivers the End of Days to get the pin fall.
Winner: Baron Corbin.
We see the video hype package for the feud between The Miz and Dolph Ziggler.
WWE Intercontinental Championship Title vs. Career Match: The Miz (c) (w/Maryse) vs. Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler grabs Miz’s leg for a take down, but Miz makes it to the ropes. Miz goes for a clothesline, but Ziggler rolls him up and Miz kicks out at two. Ziggler takes Miz down with a leaping lariat and goes for the cover again, but Miz kicks out at two. Ziggler delivers a dropkick and clotheslines Miz over the top rope and out to the floor. Ziggler slams Miz into the barricade and then tosses him back into the ring. Miz catches Ziggler with a kick to the chest, but Ziggler comes back with a big dropkick. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Miz goes for the cover. Miz comes back and slams Ziggler into the turnbuckles and goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two. Miz delivers a series of left hands down on the mat and then chokes Ziggler over the middle rope. Miz kicks Ziggler in the face and applies a submission, but Ziggler gets to his feet and breaks the hold. Ziggler shoves Miz away, but Miz takes him down with a clothesline. Miz stomps away on Ziggler on the apron and then catapults him into the bottom rope. Miz stomps down onto Ziggler’s knees and then applies a submission down on the mat again. Ziggler gets to his feet and gets free and goes for a superkick, but Miz counters and delivers a back-breaker and then a neck-breaker. Miz goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two. Miz delivers a series of running dropkicks in the corner and goes for one too many as Ziggler counters with his own dropkick. Ziggler delivers a series of clotheslines and then a Stinger Splash in the corner. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Miz comes back and dives at Ziggler, but Ziggler catches him and rolls him up and Miz kicks out at two. Miz comes back with his won roll up and puts his feet on the ropes, but the referee sees him and doesn’t count. Ziggler sends Miz into the ring post shoulder-first and goes for the cover, but Miz counters into a roll-up and Ziggler kicks out. Miz comes back and drops Ziggler with a DDT and goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two.
Miz drives his knee into the back of Ziggler’s knee and then goes for the Figure-Four, but Ziggler counters it. Miz charges at Ziggler and kicks him in the knee and then deliver a running dropkick to Ziggler’s knee. Miz goes for the Figure-Four again, but Ziggler rolls him up and gets a two count. Miz comes right back with a clothesline and then goes up top. Ziggler hits the ropes and Miz crotches himself on the top rope. Ziggler gets on the top rope and goes for a superplex, but Miz holds on. Miz goes for the power bomb, but Ziggler counters. Miz rolls through the counter and locks in the Figure-Four. Ziggler gets close to the ropes, but Miz pulls him back to the center of the ring. Ziggler’s shoulders hit the mat and the referee counts, but Ziggler sits up at two and gets to the ropes. Maryse gets on the apron and Miz takes the top turnbuckle pad off. Ziggler takes Miz down with a modified Fameasser and goes for the cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Miz sends Ziggler into the exposed turnbuckle and then takes him down with the slingshot power bomb. Miz goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two. Miz delivers a series of kicks to Ziggler’s chest and then goes for a big kick, but Ziggler ducks under and then connects with the Zigzag. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Ziggler gets to his feet and locks in the Sleeper Hold, but Miz gets to the ropes to break the hold. Maryse sprays Ziggler in the face and Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale. Miz goes for the cover, but Ziggler gets his foot on the bottom rope to stop the count. Miz continues to work on Ziggler’s leg and removes Ziggler’s boot. Ziggler connects with the superkick anyway and goes for the cover and Maryse calls for someone. Kenny and Mikey from the Spirit Squad rush the ring and get on the apron. Ziggler superkicks Mikey and goes after Kenny, but Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale and goes for the cover and Ziggler kicks out again. Kenny gets on the apron, but the referee catches him and ejects Kenny, Mikey, and Maryse. Ziggler hits the superkick and gets the pin fall.
Winner and new WWE Intercontinental Champion: Dolph Ziggler.
We see Randy Orton backstage. He looks into a mirror and his face becomes distorted. He shakes his head and it returns to normal and he looks perplexed.
We join the preshow panel and Booker says he called it earlier when he said AJ Styles would retain the title. Lita says she is proud of Dolph Ziggler and Lawler says one victory for a Clevelander is another defeat for Cleveland’s favorite son in The Miz. We take a look back at Curt Hawkins’ debut on the preshow earlier tonight, where he said he will have his first match this coming Tuesday on Smackdown Live. We then take a look back at the 8-Man Tag Team Match form the preshow, which saw American Alpha and The Hype Bros defeat The Vaudevillains and The Ascension.
Alexa Bliss’ music hits and she comes to the ring and grabs a microphone. She says Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon are protecting Becky Lynch. She brings up Becky’s “non-ring action related injury” and makes fun of Lynch. She says the real reason that Becky is not here is because she is scared of Alexa. Naomi’s music hits to interrupt Alexa.
Alexa Bliss vs. Naomi
Alexa takes Naomi down quickly, but Naomi comes back with quick kicks and then a big kick to the head. Naomi drags Alexa to the corner and connects with a split-leg moonsault and goes for the cover but Alexa kicks out at two. Naomi takes Alexa down with a jaw-breaker and charges across the ring, but Alexa sends her to the apron. Alexa kicks Naomi’s knee and slams her down on the apron. Alexa drags Naomi back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Naomi kicks out at two. Alexa works over Naomi’s arm and slams her down to the mat. Alexa goes for the cover, but Naomi kicks out at two. Alexa stomps away on Naomi in the corner and then backs away and charges, but Naomi puts her face-first into the turnbuckle. Naomi delivers a face-buster and then a dropkick. Alexa comes back, but Naomi connects with the Rear View. Noami goes for the cover, but Alexa kicks out at two. Alexa takes Naomi down and locks in the cross arm-breaker, but Naomi counters with a roll up and gets the pin fall.
We see a video hype package for the next WWE PPV, Hell in a Cell, which is a Raw-exclusive event. Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte and Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins are also announced for the show, in addition to the already-announced Roman Reigns vs. Rusev match.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton.
Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton
They tie up and Orton goes for a quick RKO, but Wyatt gets free and ducks to the outside. Wyatt gets back into the ring and takes Orton to the corner and delivers a series of forearm shots. Wyatt delivers a throat chop, but Orton comes right back and slams Wyatt down to the mat. Orton stomps down on Wyatt and then drops a knee. Orton takes Wyatt to the corner and delivers a few uppercuts and then climbs the ropes and delivers a series of right hands. Orton comes off the ropes, but Wyatt catches him and goes for Sister Abigail. Orton shoves him off and Wyatt goes to the floor. Orton goes after Wyatt, but Wyatt drapes Orton over the top rope and then brings him to the outside. Wyatt slams Orton into the barricade and then the announce table. Orton comes back and goes for an RKO, but Wyatt shoves him over the announce table. Wyatt takes apart the steel steps, but Orton comes back and knocks Wyatt down and out of the way. Orton looks over the steps, but Wyatt comes back and sends Orton into the barricade. Wyatt gets into the ring and mocks Orton with his pose. Orton rolls back into the ring, but Wyatt stomps away on him and connects with a senton. Wyatt takes Orton to the corner and charges, but Orton comes back with some right hands. Wyatt delivers a knee to the midsection and then splashes Orton in the corner. Wyatt takes Orton down and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Wyatt applies a headlock down on the mat, but Orton quickly fights out and both men fight to the apron. Wyatt gains the advantage and drops Orton with a DDT. Wyatt goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Wyatt delivers a scoop slam to Orton and goes to the ropes. Wyatt goes for the senton, but Orton moves out of the way. Orton and Wyatt exchange punches and Orton delivers a few uppercuts. Orton drops Wyatt with a big clothesline and then goes for the power slam. Wyatt holds onto the ropes and goes for Sister Abigail, but Orton shoves Wyatt off and delivers the power slam. Orton goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Wyatt comes back and plants Orton with a DDT and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Orton and Wyatt reverse finishers again and Orton goes for a quick roll-up, but Wyatt kicks out and then slams Orton to the mat again. Wyatt goes for the cover this time, but Orton kicks out.
Both men go to the outside and Wyatt slams Orton onto the steel steps. Wyatt goes for the senton, but Orton moves and Wyatt lands on the steps. Orton comes back and slams Wyatt into the announce table and then into the barricade. Orton places Wyatt on the ropes and delivers the draping DDT and then sets up for the RKO. Wyatt’s music hits and Luke Harper is in the ring when the lights come back on. Wyatt hits Sister Abigail and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Bray Wyatt.
No Mercy comes to a close with Wyatt kneeling on the entrance ramp with Harper standing behind him as Orton is lying in the ring.