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John Bradshaw Layfield defends the WWE World Heavyweight Title against the Undertaker in a Last Ride match. John Cena looks to score the decisive victory in his Best of 5 series with Booker T. for the WWE United States Heavyweight Title, and more. Written by JasonIK75

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This PPV drew an awful 0.48 buyrate, as John Bradshaw Layfield continued his streak of being the worst-drawing WWE World Heavyweight Champion since Diesel (Kevin Nash). See more »

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WWE No Mercy 2005
27 November 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

No Mercy looked like a disaster on paper, but it wasn't really that bad. The guys and gals worked hard. Results from the show:

  • Eddie Guerrero defeated Luther Reigns in a good match.


  • Spike Dudley pinned Nunzio in a crap match.


  • Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki pinned RVD and Rey Mysterio in a good
match, but this was due to all the participants making it good with the exception of Kenzo Suzuki who is a terrible wrestler.

  • John Cena defeated Booker T to win the US title. The action was fair
at least by Cena's standards.

  • Billy Kidman pinned Paul London in the match of the night.


  • Miss Jackie, Charlie Haas and Rico pinned The Dudley Boyz and Dawn
Marie in a funny comedy match. Look out for Rico doing his comedy in this match, he'll have you in tears of laughter.

  • JBL defeated The Undertaker in a last ride match. It was OK, but
after the beat down of JBL, Heidenreich jumped out of the hearst and put Taker inside it. He then smashed a vehicle he was driving into the hearst. WWE thought that they deserved an 'A' for excellent for this stunt, but fans begged to differ. They booed loudly giving this more like an 'F' for fail.

This is my first WWE post since Eddie Guerrero passed Away on 13th November 2005. RIP uncle Eddie. Heaven has now got some Latino Heat.

Overall Grade - B


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