It’s hard to remember a non-WrestleMania or SummerSlam pay-per-view that had two bigger matches than the ones headlining WWE No Mercy 2017 Sunday night. The card features Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman and John Cena vs. Roman Reigns, both of which are WrestleMania-worthy matches.

Below are predictions for every match on the WWE No Mercy card, which features wrestlers from “Monday Night Raw.”

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman

It’s time to put the strap on Strowman. Sure, he’s gotten a big push by WWE, but his rise to the top of the card has also been an organic one. During a year in which every three-hour “Monday Night Raw” hasn’t exactly been worth watching, Strowman has consistently been the best part of the show, going from a monster heel into maybe the most popular wrestler on the roster.

Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean Lesnar is dropping the belt. After getting beaten up by Strowman for the past month, Lesnar is probably leaving No Mercy with the WWE Universal Championship. Let’s just hope Strowman doesn’t lose clean and it sets up a rematch, possibly at WrestleMania 34.

Prediction: Brock Lesnar

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns

Reigns is eventually going to beat Cena. In the end, the current/future face of the company always beats the wrestler that previously held that position. Just look at The Ultimate Warrior vs. Hulk Hogan, Hogan vs. The Rock and The Rock vs. Cena. Cena needed two matches to pin Hollywood’s biggest star, and that could be Reigns’ fate, as well.

There’s much more money to be made from a Cena-Reigns feud than simply a one-off at a September PPV. The superstars seem destined to headline at least one future PPV, which means Cena should find a way to win Sunday.

Prediction: John Cena

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John Cena, pictured at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Aug. 23, 2015 in New York City, will face Roman Reigns at WWE No Mercy 2017 in a match that could headline WrestleMania 34. Getty Images

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma (Fatal 5-Way Match)

Nothing can ever be too surprising in a Raw Women’s Championship match since there have been 10 title changes in the last 14 months. With that being said, Alexa pinning Emma to retain the belt is the most logical outcome. It protects Bayley, who still needs to be rebuilt before holding the championship again, and it wouldn’t make much sense to put the belt back on Sasha less than a month after she lost it. Jax will continue to look strong without winning the belt.

Prediction: Alexa Bliss

Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose vs Cesaro & Sheamus

Rollins and Ambrose aren’t dropping the titles anytime soon. They are headed for a full-blown Shield reunion with Reigns, an Ambrose heel turn that leads to a WrestleMania match, or possibly both. Either way, the champs will find a way to defeat Cesaro and Sheamus.

Prediction: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

Finn Bálor vs. Bray Wyatt

This should be the end of their feud, and if Wyatt’s history in WWE means anything, he won’t come out on top. It makes sense, considering Bray is the heel and WWE has high hopes for Bálor as a babyface. Don’t be surprised if the winner finds himself contending for the Universal Championship at some point in the next few months.

Prediction: Finn Bálor

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Enzo Amore

It’s possible that Enzo will cheat and win, which he’s been doing since joining the Cruiserweight Division. The likelihood is Neville will keep the belt. He's held it for all but six days since the Royal Rumble.

Prediction: Neville

Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Jason Jordan

It isn’t time for Jordan to win a singles title just yet. Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel should find a way to get involved in the match and allow The Miz to retain the championship. It’s unclear exactly where WWE is going with the storyline between Kurt Angle and Jordan, though it could end with a heel turn for the former member of American Alpha.

Prediction: The Miz