We're only a few days away from WWE No Mercy 2017, which has been a staple WWE pay per view since 1999 (besides an eight-year period from 2008 - 2015 in which it was absent). This pay per view will take place at 8pm (ET) on 24 September. And if you're not planning to get tickets to watch it live at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, there are other options available for you to watch WWE tease us with a John Cena heel turn only for him to remain as The Rock once said, "a big fat bowl of fruity pebbles."
Tickets to the event are rather expensive, with the cheapest tickets priced at around $90 and ringside seats running upwards of $200. To many, it may not be worth spending that much money on predictable matches and storylines that have been mediocre, for the most part. However, if you'd still like to get your pro-wrestling fix, streaming the match n desktop, mobile, Smart TV or games consoles couldn't be easier.
The best option for watching the match is to sign up to the WWE Network for a mere $9.99 per month. The WWE Network is a streaming service much like Netflix, except for WWE programming. Once you've signed up for the WWE Network, you can watch it on the following devices:
- PS3 or PS4
- Xbox 360 or Xbox One
- Sony Internet-connected TVs
- Samsung Smart TVs
- Panasonic Life+Screen Smart TVs
- Kindle Fire or Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- iOS enabled devices
- Android enabled devices
If you're living in Malaysia, WWE has a licensing deal with Malaysian pay-TV operator, Astro, in which the WWE Network is a channel you can subscribe to (only applicable to Astro users).
What's the match card like?
- Cruiser-weight Title: Enzo Amore VS Neville (c)
- Intercontinental Title: Jason Jordan VS The Miz (c)
- Women's Championship: Alexa Bliss (c) VS Emma VS Bayley VS Sasha Banks VS Nia Jax
- Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) VS Braun Strowman
- Tag Team Championship: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins (c) VS Cesaro & Sheamus
- John Cena VS Roman Reigns
Besides the predictable outcome of these bouts, the matches themselves will most likely be exciting affairs. It's always great to see The Shield -- or at least 2/3 of it -- working together again. Jason Jordan VS The Miz would likely see an interference from The Hardy Boyz, while Asuka might make her long-awaited debut after the Women's Championship match. There is little doubt that Brock Lesnar will retain his title against Strowman in a slobber-knocker of a match, and John Cena will continue to tease the heel turn that will never happen.