Match 1) Eddie Guerrero vs. Luther Reigns. An alright match that was cheapened due to a few glaring mistakes. Eddie wins via cheating. 3/10. And thus begins No Mercy 2004 live from the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Back to the PPV, Clips from the Smackdown preceding this event. Dawn Marie is interviewed about her feud with Miss Jackie (who best thing she contributed to the WWE in her career there was her nip slip on an episode of Monday Night Raw). BORING. Match 2) Spike Dudley vs. Nunzio. Spike wins in a match that was a bit better than the first. 5/10. a clip from the beginning of Undertaker's reign with his Survivor Series '91 match with Hogan is shown. Clips from the Kidman/London feud is then aired. Match 3) Billy Kidman vs. Paul London. In all likelihood the best match of this PPV hands down. Kidman wins a great match. 8/10. Billy berates the audience and does a third frog splash. NICE! Continueing remembrance of Undertaker's reign we see a slip from his bout with Phyco Sid at Wrestlemania 13. JBL is interviewed about his upcoming match. Match 4) Kenzo Suzuki & Rene Dupree vs Rey Mysterio & Rob Van Dam. Kenzo and Rey would have made a WAY better tag team match as I can't stand either Van Dam or Dupree, but I digress, this was on par with the first match and a huge drop in quality of the previous one. Suzuki gets a cheap win for his tag-team. 4/10. An ad for Taboo Tuesday is shown. Footage for the Show/Angle feud is shown. Match 5) Kurt Angle vs Big Show. I enjoy both wrestlers and that made a good match better in my eyes. Big show won 7/10. A Carlito promo is played. The Cena/ Booker T feud is recapped Match 6) John Cena Vs. Booker T. A pretty lackluster match, I grew bored with it. By the way, the blacker man won (and by that I mean Cena of course) 3/10. A promo for Eugine. Showing an Undertaker match again, this time Over the Edge 1999 with Stone Cold. Match 7) Dudleyz and Dawn Marie vs. Charlie Haas, Rico and Miss Jackie. what a lame excuse for a match. Simply pathetic. I could tell you who won this but you probably don't care. Worst match of the night hands down 1/10. The last Undertaker clip is of him and Hogan again, this time at Judgement Day 2002. Match 8) Bradshaw Vs. Undertaker. By hyping this up as much as they did AND showing great Undertaker match clips throughout the PPV, it had to suck in comparison and expectations and suck it did. JBL won, but What a lame main event 3/10.
My Overall Grade: D+
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