WWE No Mercy (2002)

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Triple H vs Kane for the World Title and Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker for the WWE Championship in a Hell in a Cell match.

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Credited cast:
Chris Benoit ...
Eric Bischoff ...
Jonathan Coachman
Michael Coulthard ...
Herself (as Tracy)
Sho Funaki ...
Jamie Gibson ...
Himself (as Jamie Noble)
Nidia Guenard ...
Herself (as Nidia)
Himself (as Chavo Guerrero)
Oscar Gutiérrez ...
Shane Helms ...


WWE Title (Hell in a Cell): Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker, World Heavyweight Title: Triple H vs. Kane, WWE Tag Team Titles (Tournament Final): Chris Benoit & Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio & Edge, World Tag Team Titles: Chris Jericho & Christian vs. Goldust & Booker T, WWE Women's Title: Trish Stratus vs. Victoria, WWE Cruiserweight Title: Jamie Noble vs. Tajiri, Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker, Torrie Wilson vs. Dawn Marie Written by Anonymous

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20 October 2002 (USA)  »

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This was the first night to feature Tag Team Championship matches from both RAW and SmackDown! See more »


Sho Funaki: So now Funaki has a big question: Why were you wearing your clothes in the shower?
Al Wilson: I'm gonna say this once only: I did not have sexual relations with that woman!
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Followed by WWE No Mercy (2004) See more »

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Great PPV, Terrible Storylines
16 November 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

The problem with the WWE is that of three things: 1) Vince McMahon's persistant approval of terrible storylines created by... 2)the writers, mainly the highly criticized head writer Brian Gewirtz, and... 3)the backstage politics mainly instituted by Triple H and the Undertaker.

These are reasons for falling ratings and sup-par Pay per views. This was a pay-per view that was pretty good considering the horrible necrophilia angle and the Brock Lesnar's mind games with Sara (which I believed bombed the first time with DDP back in June 2001). Triple H also not wanting to even lose a match let alone a title results into a predictable outcome of a possible classic matchup. The highlight of the night was, without a doubt, the Hell in the Cell. It was great but it became more serious and realistic after Undertaker began bleeding profusely. It became evident that he was hurt and cut severely. It was unfortunate that he was actually hurt but this match should make the top 10 list of best matches in 2002.

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