No Mercy 2006 News Archive

Rey Mysterio def. Chavo Guerrero (Falls Count Anywhere Match)

After months and months of frustration, Rey Mysterio was finally able to put the tumultuous events in his personal life aside to capture a dramatic victory over Chavo Guerrero. But as an incensed Vickie Guerrero hovered over the defeated body of her business associate and screamed at Mysterio, one must question whether or not this feud has yet been resolved -- even after this vile, intense encounter at No Mercy.

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United States Champion Mr. Kennedy def. Undertaker (DQ; Non-Title Match)

Mr. Kennedy had promised to put an end to Undertaker's decade and a half of destruction at No Mercy. While Kennedy will go down in the record books as the winner of the non-title match by disqualification, Undertaker made it clear his reign of pain was far from over.

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WWE Tag Team Champions London & Kendrick def. KC James & Idol Stevens

On a fateful evening in North Carolina, Brian Kendrick and Paul London overcame the formidable pairing of Idol Stevens and K.C. James to retain their WWE Tag Team Championship at No Mercy.

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Montel Vontavious Porter def. Marty Garner

Montel Vontavious Porter was victorious in his first match as a SmackDown Superstar at No Mercy. But, the self proclaimed "greatest athlete on the planet" may not have lived up to the hype he created for himself by taking on Marty Garner as his first opponent. Who is Marty Garner? Exactly.

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Matt Hardy def. Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms (Non-Title Match)

In what was perhaps the most intensely contested and hardest-fought brawl of their lengthy rivalry, Matt Hardy was victorious over Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms in a no-title match at No Mercy.

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Putting it in perspective

There is an undeniable excitement in the air both in and around the RBC Centre. No Mercy is live from North Carolina State University, one of America's true wrestling hotbeds. The arena will be jam-packed tonight, as No Mercy has become the hottest ticket in all of Tobacco Road. WWE.com is on the scene as always, recording the sights and sounds of tonight's huge pay-per-view.

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Chris Benoit def. William Regal

No Mercy was one of the worst nights of Sir William Regal's career. A night filled with embarrassments culminated when a returning Chris Benoit made Sir Regal tap out in what Michael Cole and JBL called an old school, physical match-up.

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World Heavyweight Champion King Booker def. Bobby Lashley, Batista and Finlay (Fatal Four Way Match)

"The king's name is a tower of strength." So says King Richard III in act five of Shakespeare's play by the same name as he attempts to rally his troops before the final climatic battle scene. The modern adaptation of this statement might very well be "All hail King Booker...

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No Mercy press conference

SmackDown Superstars to host No Mercy Press Conference Watch the No Mercy press conference right here on WWE.com at 12:00 Noon on October 2. Below are details on the event: WHO: WWE Friday Night SmackDown Superstars: World Heavyweight Champion King...

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Main Event Changed

No Mercy main event changed to Fatal Four-WayOct. 3, 2006 For the first time in SmackDown history, a pay-per-view main event has been changed with less than a week to go before the event. General Manager Theodore Long has ordered Sunday's World Heavyweight Championship...

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