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 to the Crossface in what Michael Cole and JBL called an old school, physical match-up.

Five months ago, Benoit went on sabbatical after suffering internal injuries following a match with Mark Henry. But at No Mercy, a well-rested and apparently healthy Benoit returned to a thunderous ovation in the RBC Center. Showing very little if any ring rust, Benoit made Sir Regal's night one to truly forget after locking in his signature submission move.

The trouble began for Sir Regal when he approached King Booker early in the night. The King asked him to find Finlay and make sure the Irishman would help him retain his championship later on; it seemed like a simple enough request, but it proved to be harder than it should have been.

Leaving King Booker with the promise, "My lord, I will not let you down," Sir Regal began his search and ran into Vito jumping rope. As if seeing Vito in a thong wasn't bad enough, Regal turned away too quickly and bumped into a hot dog cart. Within moments, his embarassed face was as red as the ketchup covering his suit.

When Regal went to the showers to clean up, he once again found Vito. This time, as the "toughest man in a dress" dried off, Sir Regal was forced to look at his "ghastly undercarriage." As he ran into the hallway, Sir Regal forgot to keep himself covered with his towel and his bare backside was broadcasted for the world to see. A moment later, General Manager Theodore Long told him to start warming up because he would be in a match at No Mercy.

Regal was as ready as he could be, but when Benoit's music filled the RBC Center, Sir Regal's bad night took a turn for the worse. The two Superstars know each other very well, coming into No Mercy having had many matches with each other in the past; unfortunately, this helped Benoit more, as he was victorious over the embarrassed Knight.

To top the evening off, Sir Regal came across a very upset King Booker in the locker room. After telling his King he failed to locate Finlay, the Irish brawler showed up for the first time all night and told Booker not to even bother asking him to lie down in the upcoming Fatal Four Way Match. He walked away and an enraged king slapped Sir Regal, calling him "useless." But in an act that shows he does in fact have a mind of his own, Sir Regal hit King Booker back, knocking him to the ground with a left hand.

No Mercy may have been the worst night of Sir Regal's life, but he managed to leave with a shred of pride.

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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 to the Crossface in what Michael Cole and JBL called an old school, physical match-up.

Five months ago, Benoit went on sabbatical after suffering internal injuries following a match with Mark Henry. But at No Mercy, a well-rested and apparently healthy Benoit returned to a thunderous ovation in the RBC Center. Showing very little if any ring rust, Benoit made Sir Regal's night one to truly forget after locking in his signature submission move.

The trouble began for Sir Regal when he approached King Booker early in the night. The King asked him to find Finlay and make sure the Irishman would help him retain his championship later on; it seemed like a simple enough request, but it proved to be harder than it should have been.

Leaving King Booker with the promise, "My lord, I will not let you down," Sir Regal began his search and ran into Vito jumping rope. As if seeing Vito in a thong wasn't bad enough, Regal turned away too quickly and bumped into a hot dog cart. Within moments, his embarassed face was as red as the ketchup covering his suit.

When Regal went to the showers to clean up, he once again found Vito. This time, as the "toughest man in a dress" dried off, Sir Regal was forced to look at his "ghastly undercarriage." As he ran into the hallway, Sir Regal forgot to keep himself covered with his towel and his bare backside was broadcasted for the world to see. A moment later, General Manager Theodore Long told him to start warming up because he would be in a match at No Mercy.

Regal was as ready as he could be, but when Benoit's music filled the RBC Center, Sir Regal's bad night took a turn for the worse. The two Superstars know each other very well, coming into No Mercy having had many matches with each other in the past; unfortunately, this helped Benoit more, as he was victorious over the embarrassed Knight.

To top the evening off, Sir Regal came across a very upset King Booker in the locker room. After telling his King he failed to locate Finlay, the Irish brawler showed up for the first time all night and told Booker not to even bother asking him to lie down in the upcoming Fatal Four Way Match. He walked away and an enraged king slapped Sir Regal, calling him "useless." But in an act that shows he does in fact have a mind of his own, Sir Regal hit King Booker back, knocking him to the ground with a left hand.

No Mercy may have been the worst night of Sir Regal's life, but he managed to leave with a shred of pride.