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CHICAGO -- Don't expect Triple H to complain about the unmerciful night he had at No Mercy. That's just not The Game's style.

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CHICAGO - The wait is over for Beth Phoenix. The overwhelming size and strength of the Glamazon could be denied no longer. In front of a capacity crowd at No Mercy, Phoenix defeated Candice Michelle, obliterating any doubts about her dominance and emerging victorious in her drive to capture the Women's Championship.

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CHICAGO -- Going into No Mercy, Triple H's showdown with Umaga was only about two irresistible forces and whether or not The Game would be able survive the onslaught of a bloodthirsty, vengeance-minded beast. By night's end, The Game had not only survived the Samoan Bulldozer, but he made his first successful defense of his newly-won WWE Championship -- but just barely.

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CHICAGO -- If ever a specialty contest seemed dreadfully well-suited for a WWE pay-per-view called No Mercy, it's the Punjabi Prison Match. And clearly, there was no bigger favorite to win inside this chamber of horrors Sunday night than the 7-foot-3, 420-pound Punjabi colossus, The Great Khali. Nevertheless, even with the odds stacked way too high against him, World Heavyweight Champion Batista literally launched himself to victory, and proved why you should never lock an Animal inside a cage.

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CHICAGO -- Randy Orton thought he would have the time to bask in his victory celebration. He was on top of the world -- he had eliminated John Cena and had been awarded the prize he cherished more than anything in the world, the WWE Championship. But a longtime nemesis -- a certain King of Kings -- shocked the world and knocked the Legend Killer off his throne.

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CHICAGO - The wait is over for Beth Phoenix. The overwhelming size and strength of the Glamazon could be denied no longer. In front of a capacity crowd at the Allstate Arena, Phoenix defeated Candice Michelle, obliterating any doubts about her dominance and emerging victorious in her drive to capture the Women's Championship.

Read the Article»

CHICAGO -- Being a wily veteran, Finlay knows just about every trick in the book. But while his match with Rey Mysterio at No Mercy was No Contest, the irate Irishman may have added a new chapter to that already lengthy tome.

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ECW Champion CM Punk addressed his "big problem" at No Mercy, and while the resolution was a win, things didn't exactly go the way he wanted them to.

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CHICAGO -- A team of WWE crew members spent three days (and three tiresome nights) of their lives constructing what some of them have labeled the "the most diabolical and destructive" apparatus in sports-entertainment, the Punjabi Prison.

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CHICAGO -- In a special bonus contest at No Mercy, The World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch and Mr. Kennedy defeated Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy and London & Kendrick in a Six Man Tag Team Match.

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CHICAGO -- History was truly made at No Mercy -- over and over again. The WWE Title changed hands twice, and when the smoke cleared, Randy Orton was WWE Champion.

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CHICAGO -- History was made immediately at the start of No Mercy Sunday night as Randy Orton was awarded the WWE Championship. But the Legend Killer didn't have time to celebrate his victory -- Triple H immediately challenged him for the title tonight.

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Youngblooded ECW Champion CM Punk can vividly recall watching the heroes of yesterday -- the legends of today -- from a very ripe age in the city of Chicago. This Sunday at No Mercy, he returns to his hometown, to his city and finds himself the hero. Ever since he captured the ECW Title from John Morrison in September, the Superstar proponent of the straightedge movement has been living the dream he first envisioned as a rebellious youth in Chicago.

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One memory -- the image of a blood-stained sledgehammer -- may stir both familiar and unfamiliar feelings in Umaga when he faces Triple H at No Mercy: rage and perhaps, fear.

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No matter what Batista says or does, there's one question everyone wants the answer to: Is The Animal intimidated by the Punjabi Prison?

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At Unforgiven, Jerry "The King" Lawler said that Beth Phoenix had "an appetite for the WWE Women's Championship." For the Glamazon, that night in Memphis still gives her heartburn.

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With a new WWE Champion set to be crowned, No Mercy is, in the words of Mr. McMahon, "guaran-damn-teed" to be a history-making event. However, there's one way to make No Mercy even more historic: Award the WWE Championship to Randy Orton outright.

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Thanks to Randy Orton, John Cena is no longer The Champ, and history is guaranteed to be made in a WWE Championship Match for the vacant title at No Mercy this Sunday. But let's not reward Orton -- the Legend Killer shouldn't be allowed to be part of history.

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Practically barging his 500-pound physique into the Elimination Chase to No Mercy, Big Daddy V snatched No. 1 contendership from the hopeful hands of Tommy Dreamer on Tuesday night. Adding the ECW Original's dreams to a list of crushed Superstars, Big Daddy V now has an ECW Championship Match against CM Punk live on pay-per-view this Sunday.

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A match for the WWE Championship will be held this Sunday at No Mercy, and history will be made. That much is certain. What's less apparent is just who that history maker will be.

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Rey Mysterio and Finlay go one-on-one in the squared circle at No Mercy this Sunday, and they have two people to thank for that: The first is Vickie Guerrero, who made a huge impact in her first weekend as SmackDown's Acting General Manager by declaring what should be a great battle of contrasting ring styles. The second is none other than former WWE Champion and current SmackDown commentator, John Bradshaw Layfield, who just about all of our fans would claim is responsible for escalating this rivalry.

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Tonight on ECW, Mr. McMahon announced John Cena is no longer WWE Champion, and the title is now vacant. Cena underwent surgery for a complete tear of his right pectoral tendon today, and he'll be out of action for six months to one year.

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Randy Orton may be more desperate -- and dangerous -- than ever in the final days leading up to his Last Man Standing Match with WWE Champion John Cena at No Mercy.

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"Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage"? Seventeenth-century Cavalier poet Richard Lovelace may have something there…though clearly, he never spent any time inside what may be the most feared, most barbaric structure in all of sports-entertainment: The Punjabi Prison.

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Attention WWE fans. No Mercy is sold out, but tickets will be released on the day of the show on Sunday, Oct. 7. Check with the box office at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, on show day for any last minute ticket releases. Plus, you still have time to order No Mercy on Pay-Per-View. Call your pay-per-view provider today.

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CHICAGO -- Don't expect Triple H to complain about the unmerciful night he had at No Mercy. That's just not The Game's style.

Read Full Story»

Phoenix Rises

CHICAGO - The wait is over for Beth Phoenix. The overwhelming size and strength of the Glamazon could be denied no longer. In front of a capacity crowd at No Mercy, Phoenix defeated Candice Michelle, obliterating any doubts about her dominance and emerging victorious in her drive to capture the Women's Championship.

Read Full Story»

WWE Champion Triple H def. Umaga

CHICAGO -- Going into No Mercy, Triple H's showdown with Umaga was only about two irresistible forces and whether or not The Game would be able survive the onslaught of a bloodthirsty, vengeance-minded beast. By night's end, The Game had not only survived the Samoan Bulldozer, but he made his first successful defense of his newly-won WWE Championship -- but just barely.

Read Full Story»

World Heavyweight Champion Batista def. The Great Khali (Punjabi Prison Match)

CHICAGO -- If ever a specialty contest seemed dreadfully well-suited for a WWE pay-per-view called No Mercy, it's the Punjabi Prison Match. And clearly, there was no bigger favorite to win inside this chamber of horrors Sunday night than the 7-foot-3, 420-pound Punjabi colossus, The Great Khali. Nevertheless, even with the odds stacked way too high against him, World Heavyweight Champion Batista literally launched himself to victory, and proved why you should never lock an Animal inside a cage.

Read Full Story»

Triple H def. Randy Orton (Triple H wins WWE Championship)

CHICAGO -- Randy Orton thought he would have the time to bask in his victory celebration. He was on top of the world -- he had eliminated John Cena and had been awarded the prize he cherished more than anything in the world, the WWE Championship. But a longtime nemesis -- a certain King of Kings -- shocked the world and knocked the Legend Killer off his throne.

Read Full Story»

Beth Phoenix def. Candice Michelle (Beth wins Women's Championship)

CHICAGO - The wait is over for Beth Phoenix. The overwhelming size and strength of the Glamazon could be denied no longer. In front of a capacity crowd at the Allstate Arena, Phoenix defeated Candice Michelle, obliterating any doubts about her dominance and emerging victorious in her drive to capture the Women's Championship.

Read Full Story»

Finlay vs. Rey Mysterio (No Contest)

CHICAGO -- Being a wily veteran, Finlay knows just about every trick in the book. But while his match with Rey Mysterio at No Mercy was No Contest, the irate Irishman may have added a new chapter to that already lengthy tome.

Read Full Story»

ECW Champion CM Punk def. Big Daddy V (DQ)

ECW Champion CM Punk addressed his "big problem" at No Mercy, and while the resolution was a win, things didn't exactly go the way he wanted them to.

Read Full Story»

Constructing a prison

CHICAGO -- A team of WWE crew members spent three days (and three tiresome nights) of their lives constructing what some of them have labeled the "the most diabolical and destructive" apparatus in sports-entertainment, the Punjabi Prison.

Read Full Story»

Mr. Kennedy, Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch def. Jeff Hardy, Paul London & Brian Kendrick

CHICAGO -- In a special bonus contest at No Mercy, The World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch and Mr. Kennedy defeated Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy and London & Kendrick in a Six Man Tag Team Match.

Read Full Story»

Randy Orton def. Triple H (Last Man Standing Match; Orton wins WWE Championship)

CHICAGO -- History was truly made at No Mercy -- over and over again. The WWE Title changed hands twice, and when the smoke cleared, Randy Orton was WWE Champion.

Read Full Story»

Orton awarded WWE Championship, but challenged by The Game

CHICAGO -- History was made immediately at the start of No Mercy Sunday night as Randy Orton was awarded the WWE Championship. But the Legend Killer didn't have time to celebrate his victory -- Triple H immediately challenged him for the title tonight.

Read Full Story»

A champion's homecoming

Youngblooded ECW Champion CM Punk can vividly recall watching the heroes of yesterday -- the legends of today -- from a very ripe age in the city of Chicago. This Sunday at No Mercy, he returns to his hometown, to his city and finds himself the hero. Ever since he captured the ECW Title from John Morrison in September, the Superstar proponent of the straightedge movement has been living the dream he first envisioned as a rebellious youth in Chicago.

Read Full Story»

Big game hunting

One memory -- the image of a blood-stained sledgehammer -- may stir both familiar and unfamiliar feelings in Umaga when he faces Triple H at No Mercy: rage and perhaps, fear.

Read Full Story»

Is The Animal intimidated?

No matter what Batista says or does, there's one question everyone wants the answer to: Is The Animal intimidated by the Punjabi Prison?

Read Full Story»

Performance pressure

At Unforgiven, Jerry "The King" Lawler said that Beth Phoenix had "an appetite for the WWE Women's Championship." For the Glamazon, that night in Memphis still gives her heartburn.

Read Full Story»

Give Randy the WWE Championship

With a new WWE Champion set to be crowned, No Mercy is, in the words of Mr. McMahon, "guaran-damn-teed" to be a history-making event. However, there's one way to make No Mercy even more historic: Award the WWE Championship to Randy Orton outright.

Read Full Story»

Bar Randy Orton from No Mercy

Thanks to Randy Orton, John Cena is no longer The Champ, and history is guaranteed to be made in a WWE Championship Match for the vacant title at No Mercy this Sunday. But let's not reward Orton -- the Legend Killer shouldn't be allowed to be part of history.

Read Full Story»

V for victory?

Practically barging his 500-pound physique into the Elimination Chase to No Mercy, Big Daddy V snatched No. 1 contendership from the hopeful hands of Tommy Dreamer on Tuesday night. Adding the ECW Original's dreams to a list of crushed Superstars, Big Daddy V now has an ECW Championship Match against CM Punk live on pay-per-view this Sunday.

Read Full Story»

History will be made!

A match for the WWE Championship will be held this Sunday at No Mercy, and history will be made. That much is certain. What's less apparent is just who that history maker will be.

Read Full Story»

JBL's 10-gallon hate for Mysterio

Rey Mysterio and Finlay go one-on-one in the squared circle at No Mercy this Sunday, and they have two people to thank for that: The first is Vickie Guerrero, who made a huge impact in her first weekend as SmackDown's Acting General Manager by declaring what should be a great battle of contrasting ring styles. The second is none other than former WWE Champion and current SmackDown commentator, John Bradshaw Layfield, who just about all of our fans would claim is responsible for escalating this rivalry.

Read Full Story»

Mr. McMahon vacates Cena's WWE Championship

Tonight on ECW, Mr. McMahon announced John Cena is no longer WWE Champion, and the title is now vacant. Cena underwent surgery for a complete tear of his right pectoral tendon today, and he'll be out of action for six months to one year.

Read Full Story»

The world's most dangerous (and desperate) man?

Randy Orton may be more desperate -- and dangerous -- than ever in the final days leading up to his Last Man Standing Match with WWE Champion John Cena at No Mercy.

Read Full Story»

No Mercy in a Punjabi Prison

"Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage"? Seventeenth-century Cavalier poet Richard Lovelace may have something there…though clearly, he never spent any time inside what may be the most feared, most barbaric structure in all of sports-entertainment: The Punjabi Prison.

Read Full Story»

No Mercy sold out, but tickets will be released

Attention WWE fans. No Mercy is sold out, but tickets will be released on the day of the show on Sunday, Oct. 7. Check with the box office at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, on show day for any last minute ticket releases. Plus, you still have time to order No Mercy on Pay-Per-View. Call your pay-per-view provider today.

Read Full Story»