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WWE No Mercy

No Mercy
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Promotion(s) WWE
Brand(s) Raw
SmackDown
ECW
First event No Mercy (UK)
Last event No Mercy (2008)

No Mercy was an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). The first No Mercy was held on May 16, 1999 in Manchester, England. No Mercy was held every year in October and from 2003 to 2006 the event was exclusive to the SmackDown! brand. Although WWE is known to pick mainstream music for their PPV theme songs, No Mercy sometimes features its own WWE-produced theme song, also named "No Mercy". This song was composed by WWE's music producer, Jim Johnston. The song debuted at No Mercy 2002 and was featured in full on that event's DVD. The song was later used again for No Mercy 2004 and then used again but remixed in 2006, also being featured on the event's DVD. The lyrics vary slightly between the two versions. In 2007 the song was remade with different sounding instruments and a different vocalist.

In 2009, the event's pay-per-view slot was replaced by Hell in a Cell.[1]

No Mercy dates and venues

Event Date City Venue Main Event
No Mercy (UK) May 16, 1999 Manchester, England M.E.N. Arena Steve Austin (c) vs. The Undertaker vs. Triple H in an Anything Goes match for the WWF Championship
No Mercy (1999) October 17, 1999 Cleveland, Ohio Gund Arena Triple H (c) vs. Steve Austin in an Anything Goes match for the WWF Championship
No Mercy (2000) October 22, 2000 Albany, New York Pepsi Arena The Rock (c) vs. Kurt Angle in a No Disqualification match for the WWF Championship
No Mercy (2001) October 21, 2001 St. Louis, Missouri Savvis Center Steve Austin (c) vs. Kurt Angle vs. Rob Van Dam in a No Disqualification for the WWF Championship
No Mercy (2002) October 20, 2002 North Little Rock, Arkansas Alltel Arena Brock Lesnar (c) vs. The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match for the WWE Championship
No Mercy (2003) October 19, 2003 Baltimore, Maryland 1st Mariner Arena Brock Lesnar (c) vs. The Undertaker in a Biker Chain match for the WWE Championship
No Mercy (2004) October 3, 2004 East Rutherford, New Jersey Continental Airlines Arena John "Bradshaw" Layfield (c) vs. The Undertaker in a Last Ride match for the WWE Championship
No Mercy (2005) October 9, 2005 Houston, Texas Toyota Center Batista (c) vs. Eddie Guerrero for the World Heavyweight Championship
No Mercy (2006) October 8, 2006 Raleigh, North Carolina RBC Center King Booker (c) vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Batista vs. Finlay for the World Heavyweight Championship
No Mercy (2007) October 7, 2007 Rosemont, Illinois Allstate Arena Triple H (c) vs. Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing match for the WWE Championship
No Mercy (2008) October 5, 2008 Portland, Oregon Rose Garden Chris Jericho (c) vs. Shawn Michaels in a Ladder match for the World Heavyweight Championship

References

  1. ^ "Preview:D-Generation X vs. The Legacy in a Hell in a Cell Match".  

External links

  • Official Website
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