WWE No Mercy 2017 Full Match Card Preview And Predictions

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WWE No Mercy 2017 is looking like it could be a huge event.

The PPV has two of the biggest matches WWE has scheduled all year long. Arguably, these two matches are bigger than the ones booked for both WrestleMania 33 and SummerSlam 2017.

The two matches I'm talking about are Roman Reigns vs. John Cena and Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar. Before we talk about those two explosive matches, the rest of the card looks decent as well. Let's predict the winners!

Preshow - Apollo Crews (with Titus O'Neil) vs. Elias: There's not much to say about this random pre-show match.

Honestly, I didn't even know that this was even on the card.

It seems as if WWE is pushing Elias to be a mid-card heel. He might win since poor Apollo Crews has been booked badly ever since he debuted on the main roster.

WWE Intercontinental Championship - The Miz (c) vs. Jason Jordan: The Miz has been killing it lately as the WWE Intercontinental champion.

His promos have been really good and he carries himself as more than just a transitional champion.

Jason Jordan has had a mini push with him being revealed as the storyline "son" of Kurt Angle. I feel it's too early for Jordan to win here so The Miz is taking this match possibly by interference or cheating.

WWE Raw Women's Championship - Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Nia Jax vs.

Emma: The Raw women's roster is getting an improvement now that more than two of them are fighting for a title. It's hard for me to predict a winner here as all of them have the potential to win.

I'm hoping Bayley might win and this causes Sasha Banks to get jealous. That way, Banks can become a heel again.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship - Neville (c) vs. Enzo Amore: Enzo Amore is a great talker, but a really bad in-ring wrestler.

Neville is sure to get the win easily here. I don't see WWE wanting to give Amore any type of big push anytime soon.

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt: Both of these guys are talented, but they both have no direction fighting each other.

Whoever wins or loses is not going to affect their place on the roster.

I feel Finn Balor gets the win as Triple H favors him over Bray Wyatt. Hopefully this fued ends after No Mercy 2017 so both of them can move on to better things.

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship - Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins (c) vs. Cesaro and Sheamus: The tag team division has had a resurgence thanks to the charasmatic team of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.

The Shield team members are likeable and I don't see WWE halting their momentum so early. I expect them to get the win easily here over Cesaro and Sheamus.

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns: This is the match I'm most looking forward to watching at No Mercy 2017.

The two most pushed guys on the roster are battling it out. The audience is sure to be loud and I cannot wait to hear what they chant. The audience doesn't like both of them.

I'm a bit sad this match wasn't saved for WrestleMania 34, but I am hoping it has a great atmosphere. Since John Cena is expected to take time off to film the Bumblebee movie, I think Roman Reigns is going to take the victory.

I feel the finish might not be clean so they can have a rematch later down the road. That said, I won't be shocked to see Reigns winning cleanly and decisively here too.

WWE Universal Championship - Brock Lesnar (c) (with Paul Heyman) vs. Braun Strowman: Two of the biggest and meanest guys on the Raw roster are duking it out for the WWE Universal Title.

Much like Cena vs. Reigns, this is another match that is sure to get the crowd pumped up. However, these two are both cheered so the building could be super loud.

I really want Strowman to win to solidify himself as one of the best wrestlers in WWE today.

Strowman is one of the best big guys to have wrestled in the WWE for many years. He's far better than other tall guys like The Great Khali and Big Cass.

Despite me wanting Strowman to win, I feel WWE is sticking to its plans for Lesnar to win.

Lesnar is expected to hold the Universal Title until WrestleMania 34 to face Roman Reigns. I think Lesnar is winning, although it could be a dirty finish to protect Strowman from looking vulnerable and weak.

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