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WWE No Mercy 2016

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WWE No Mercy 2016 : the upcoming PPV Events in WWE Chronology in the month of October 2016.Which match are you most excited to watch at No Mercy 2016?

WWE World Champion AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. John Cena (Triple Threat Match)
Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt
Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler (If Ziggler loses, he must retire)
SmackDown Tag Team Champions Heath Slater & Rhyno vs. The Usos
SmackDown Women's Champion Becky Lynch vs. Alexa Bliss
Can Anyone Predict???

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WWE No Mercy 2016

No Mercy is an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by WWE. The first No Mercy was held on May 16, 1999 in Manchester, England. The event held every year in October and from 2003 to 2006 the event was exclusive to the SmackDown! brand. In 2016, the event will return as a SmackDown exclusive event once again following the reinstated of brand extension and will air on the WWE Network for the first time, and also marks the return of the event since 2008. The song, "No Mercy" by Jim Johnston was used as a regular theme song for the events in 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2007).

The Revival Attacks Gargano And Ciampa (Video), Fans On WWE NXT And CWC, Daniel Bryan On The Finale

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The Revival Attacks Gargano And Ciampa (Video), Fans On WWE NXT And CWC, Daniel Bryan On The Finale : As seen on last night's WWE Cruiserweight Classic finale, Johnny Gargano andTommaso Ciampa defeated Noam Dar and Cedric Alexander in tag action. This post-match interview ends with Gargano and Ciampa being attacked by WWE NXT Tag Team Champions Dash and Dawson.
- As seen below, 66% of fans on Twitter gave last night's NXT a thumbs up with over 1100 votes while 79% gave the CWC finale a thumbs up with over 5100 votes.

Did you enjoy tonight's episode of @WWENXT

Did you enjoy tonight's LIVE @WWE_CWC finale on@WWENetwork?! 

- Announcer Daniel Bryan tweeted the following after the CWC:

Also, had a blast commentating with @mauroranallo... Thanks for carrying me thru this thing! You're the best! 

Ryback Talks WWE Expecting Him To Feud With Brock Lesnar, Cody Rhodes Telling Him He Hit Rock Bottom

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Ryback Talks WWE Expecting Him To Feud With Brock Lesnar, Cody Rhodes Telling Him He Hit Rock Bottom : Recently on Conversation with the Big Guy, Ryback shared some stories of his early days in the professional wrestling business. Among other things, Reeves talked about being trained by the controversial professional wrestling trainer, Bill DeMott. Reeves stated that WWE had high hopes for him even as a prospect at Deep South Wrestling. Also, Reeves discussed his 2007 release from WWE and the importance of his run on WWE TV talking about The Secret.
According to Reeves, Bill DeMott, broke people down. While 'The Human Wrecking Ball' claimed that some of the lessons he learned from DeMott were invaluable, he did not always agree with all of them.

Ryback Talks WWE Expecting Him To Feud With Brock Lesnar

"Bill DeMott breaks human beings down and you have to be a f--king man to survive Bill DeMott and most people couldn't. So I am grateful that he put me through the things that he did because he made me more of a man than I would've been, coming through an easier system. And taught me a lot of hard lessons. Do I agree with all of them? No. But that's neither here nor there. But at the same time, I feel like it slowed my development down on different things."
Ryback added, "I was psychologically broken down very early on. And, at that point in time, I didn't know how to turn those negatives into positives and it ate away. And a lot of things, it wasn't just me. A lot of people quit. A lot of people's wrestling careers came to an end through Deep South Wrestling. It just slowed me development down. I feel like, for a while, but, eventually, I got that all back and when I hit, I hit hard. So it was just one of those things. There were some negatives to that, but I was able to eventually turn them into positives, so I'm very thankful for it."
According to Reeves, then head of WWE Talent Relations, John Laurinaitis, told him that WWE brass had high expectations for him early on.
"John Laurinaitis comes down, and I won't forget, in Deep South and said, 'we expect you to be on the roster at this point in time going against Brock Lesnar' and I was nowhere near ready at that point in time, but it put a lot of pressure on me."'The Big Guy' described being released from his developmental contract while training at Ohio Valley Wrestling as a difficult period in his life and the beginning of him becoming a man. The master of the 'Shell Shocked' muscle buster went on to say that his run in WWE promoting The Secret was very meaningful to him because of the positive feedback he has received from it.
"I was in a very bad place and this was such a pivotal point in my life. And Cody Rhodes always joked about, because we lived together briefly, and he always said, he goes, 'Ryan, you need to hit rock bottom'. And he would say it kind of jokingly, but he goes, 'you need to experience rock bottom to truly [move one]'. And I felt like all my life, I always applied myself and done well at things and I never really struggled. I came from a middle class, nice family and I had a great childhood and things like that. And wrestling was my first punch in the face. It was, 'welcome to the real f--king world and you either need to learn to man up or you're going to drown'."
Ryback continued, "when I talked about The Secret stuff on TV, and that was very important to me, because, to this day, the best feedback I get, the most meaningful messages and conversations I get are from talking about that period, and I know there [are] a lot of people out there, life is not easy. Life can f--king suck, but it's all our mindset and this was me, the beginning of me creating the mindset that has created a lot of success for me."
Listen to the show here. If you use any of the quotes that appear in this article, please credit Conversation with the Big Guy with an H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.