Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns were the night's big winners, and questions are left regarding where John Cena and Braun Strowman go from here. Jordan gets Miz back in the ring and locks on a crossface.
Jordan, as I've mentioned though, is incredibly talented in the ring and he showed it here in what was a fast-paced hot opener that sets a nice pace for the matches to come.
The Miz vs. Jason Jordan for the Intercontinental Title: A minor Hit for a solid show opening match. Even though he gets boos every time he comes out, he's still one of the greatest to ever do it. Miz goes to work as the crowd chants "Who's your daddy?". Jason Jordan and The Miz kicked off the card in entertaining fashion and that was followed up by a terrific fight between Finn Balor and Bray Wyatt. Wyatt talked on the mic about what he did to the fans' "hero" and called Balor a "coward".
Finn Balor beat Bray Wyatt at SummerSlam but the Eater of Worlds has a score to settle with the Demon in LA.
There is only a 20% chance that Alexa Bliss is walking out of No Mercy still the champion, so there will probably be a new titleholder by the end of this match. At one point, Cesaro had teeth knocked loose or out, bloodying his mouth up. Cesaro and Sheamus asked for their rematch shortly after.
Who should win: Ambrose and Rollins. Nia returned just before the finish, which saw Alexa pin Bayley to retain her belt.
After their match at No Mercy, the Big Dog, Roman Reigns took to Twitter, to send out a message to his opponent John Cena. That wasn't enough to pin Cena, though. Cena threw everything he had at Reigns, including a Super AA and the rolling AAs he used to put away AJ Styles at Royal Rumble. But in a spurt of action, each man almost pinned the other, with Cena successfully landing a AA and then Reigns a Superman punch. Later in the ring, Cena found an opportunity to surprise Cena with a huge spear to collect the victory. By Cena handing over WWE to the Big Dog, then he nearly has no choice but to take leave.
On Sunday at No Mercy, Reigns might have been at it again. Was this Cena saying he's leaving for a bit? Neville - the "king of the Cruiserweights" has really stepped up his game lately and become one of the WWE's most dynamic, albeit underrated and underappreciated performers.
Enzo did what he's continued to do since joining the Cruiserweight Division-he cheated to win. With the ref's back turned, Enzo kicked Neville between the legs and then collected a pinfall to win the title.
It's been quite a while since a single challenger looked like he could take out Brock Lesnar in a one-on-one match and prove that Suplex City is nothing more than a catchphrase to put on a t-shirt. And in their fatal-four-way battle for the title - with Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns - Strowman simply destroyed Lesnar.