SmackDown Live will be hosting its second brand exclusive WWE pay-per-view (PPV) event at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California on Sunday (9 October). The event will see seven matches, which includes four title fights and a triple threat showdown for the WWE World Championship.
The complete match card is as follows:
John Cena vs Dean Ambrose vs AJ Styles (WWE World Championship)
The blue brand's previous event titled Backlash was one of the best show of the year, where AJ styles won the WWE World Championship. Now, at No Mercy 2016, the Phenomenal will be defending his title against John Cena and Dean Ambrose in a triple threat match.
The Miz vs Dolph Ziggler (Title vs Career)
Dolph Ziggler has decided to end his career if he does not win his fight against The Miz. Ziggler had challenged The Miz after the latter had called him a loser during the previous episode of SmackDown Live.
The Usos vs Rhyno and Heath Slater (Tag Team Championship)
The Usos have got themselves a rematch for the Tag Team Championship, which Heath Slater and Rhyno won by defeating the former via pinfall at Backlash. It remains to be seen whether The Usos can manage to dethrone the champions.
Becky Lynch vs Alexa Bliss (Women's Championship)
Alexa Bliss won the right to challenge Becky Lynch for the title after the former won a five-way fight against Bella, Natalya, Naomi and Carmella on 13 September. Lynch won the title after she submitted Carmella in the six-pack challenge for the title at Backlash.
Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt
Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt were scheduled to fight at Backlash, but that did not materialise as Wyatt assaulted The Viper backstage. The Eater of Worlds won the match via forfeit.
Nikki Bella vs Carmella
The feud between the two wrestlers kicked off because Carmella was jealous of the attention Nikki Bella was getting upon her return to WWE following a neck injury. Carmella attacked Bella at every chance she got. Nikki Bella and Carmella will square off against each other in a no disqualification match.
Jack Swagger vs Baron Corbin (Kickoff Show)
Jack Swagger and Baron Corbin have been lashing out at each other ever since the former joined the blue brand on 13 September. It would be interesting to see who comes out on top in this fight after their recent match ended in a controversial fashion when The All-American had The Lone Wolf in a Ankle Lock. The referee ended the match as he mistook Corbin's move to grab the bottom ropes for a tap out.