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Brock Lesnar's win over Braun Strowman highlights the results of WWE No Mercy 2017. Pictured: Lesnar walks to the octagon during UFC 200 at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas. Getty Images

It might not be included among the “Big Four,” but WWE No Mercy 2017 was no ordinary September pay-per-view. It featured two WrestleMania-worthy matches, and the results of those matches might have set up the main event for WrestleMania 34.

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. Below are WWE No Mercy videos and results for every match on the card.

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman

The match that WWE fans had been waiting for came to an anticlimactic, unsatisfying end. After dominating most of what was a short match and hitting multiple Running Powerslams, Strowman was beaten with just one F-5. Strowman was pinned clean for just the second time in his career, putting a halt to the momentum he had built over the last six months. Lesnar’s win all but ensures that he’ll still be the WWE Universal Champion at WrestleMania 34.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

Roman Reigns vs. John Cena

The torch has officially been passed. Reigns withstood four Attitude Adjustments, including two in a row, to defeat Cena clean with a spear. Having pinned both The Undertaker and Cena in 2017, it seems pretty clear that Reigns will face Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania 34. For Cena, he certainly isn’t done wrestling, which some appeared to think might be the case, but his days as the full-time No.1 babyface are long gone. Don’t be surprised if he’s off WWE TV until the build towards Royal Rumble 2018 begins.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma

After each woman had a chance for a pinfall that was broken up, Bliss managed to hit Bayley with a DDT and retain her title. The match might have planted the seeds for a future Bayley vs. Sasha feud, with both women breaking up the other’s finisher. Perhaps the most important news regarding the Raw Women’s Championship was the announcement that Asuka will have her first PPV match at TLC next month.

WInner: Alexa Bliss

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

This was the best match on the card, and one of the best tag team matches of the year. After back-and-forth action that included Cesaro losing his front teeth while being thrown into the turnbuckle, the match turned when Sheamus accidentally hit his partner with a Brogue Kick. That allowed Rollins to hit a ripcord knee, followed by an Ambrose Dirty Deeds, giving the champions the victory,

Winner: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt

It’s a different feud but the same story for Bray. He came out on the losing end of the rubber match, yet again, even though he attacked Balor before the match began. Balor got the pinfall after a second Coup de Grace, and a he might be at the top of the list of possible contenders to Lesnar’s title before WrestleMania.

Winner: Finn Balor

Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Jason Jordan

Jordan is going to get another shot at the IC Title after The Miz used interference by Curtis Axel to hit his Skull-Crushing Finale for the pinfall. It was a great performance by Jordan in the biggest match of his career, and he’s a future star in WWE, though he might be better off as a heel. The crowd was behind The Miz from his entrance until the end of Jordan’s post-match promo.

Winner: The Miz

Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Enzo Amore

Enzo did what he’s continued to do since joining the Cruiserweight Division--he cheated to win. Enzo threatened to use the belt as a weapon, though the referee quickly took it away. When the ref’s back was turned, Enzo delivered a low blow to Neville, which allowed him to roll up the champ for the victory.

Winner: Enzo Amore

Elias vs. Apollo Crews (Kickoff Match)

Elias is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining wrestlers on “Monday Night Raw.” After hitting Crews with Drift Away and winning clean, he’s well on his way to consistently having matches on the main card of PPVs. With another loss for Crews, WWE seems to have no direction for Titus Worldwide.

Winner: Elias