WWE No Mercy: Which Match Will Steal The Show?


 WWE No Mercy 2017 is stacked card, but what match will steal the show?

This Sunday is WWE’s No Mercy 2017 Pay Per View in which Brock Lesnar defends the Universal Championship in the main event against Braun Strowman. When taking a look at the card from top to bottom it’s pretty stacked with two WrestleMania worthy matches at the top of the card. Before deciding which match will steal the show, let’s take a look at the entire match card.

Universal Championship

Brock Lesnar (c) vs Braun Strowman

John Cena vs Roman Reigns

Raw Women’s Championship

Alexa Bliss (c) vs Bayley vs Emma vs Nia Jax vs Sasha Banks

Raw Tag Team Championship

Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose (c) vs Sheamus and Cesaro

WWE Intercontinental Championship

The Miz (c) vs Jason Jordan

WWE Crusierweight Championship

Neville (c) vs Enzo Amore

Finn Balor vs Bray Wyatt

That’s a pretty good card from top to bottom. Now, when we look at which will steal the show I feel like there needs to be some criteria. In this case, I don’t think Lesnar/Strowman or Cena/Reigns could be one of the candidates, because we expect a lot out of those two matches. Not that it’s impossible but they’ll have to not only meet, but exceed, our already high expectations. So which match will steal the show?

My pick for match to steal the show: The Miz vs Jason Jordan for the International Championship. Jason Jordan’s showings on Raw in recent weeks have been outstanding, in my opinion. I knew that Jordan had the in-ring work to be great, but now the character is finally starting to build as well. If there’s someone on the WWE Roster that can help bring the character out of someone, not named John Cena, it’s The Miz.

On top of that, The Miz, while being loved by many, is still overlooked at times when speaking about his wrestling ability. Jordan and Miz are somehow polar opposites, but they are both on a similar mission. One is a rookie, trying to find his way and climb up the ladder in WWE. The other is a veteran who is also trying to climb that ladder and get to the main event scene by making the “secondary title” the main title. Both are trying to take that next step, and that’s what leads me to believe that this match will steal the show.

When it comes to the match itself I don’t see Jason Jordan walking out with that Intercontinental Championship just yet. With the main event scene somewhat crowded I think it’s a smart move to keep this going just a little bit longer. I believe we are merely at the beginning of series of matches that will blow everyone’s expectations out of the water.

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This match has one of the highest ceilings, and if these two have a good night I see no reason why we can’t be talking about a potential match of the night.

What match do you think has the potential to steal the show?