John Bradshaw Layfield's luck may have run out. The odds are stacked against the current WWE Champion as he takes on Undertaker in a Last Ride Match. The first to lock his opponent inside a hearse stationed outside the ring will leave with the WWE Championship. JBL has plenty to fear after all, when it comes to caskets, coffins, or a hearse. They don't call Taker the Original Deadman for nothing. Taker has to respect JBL's devious ways that have enabled him to maintain the title.
After four recent grueling matches, John Cena and Booker T will have the final - and decisive - match in their "Best of Five" series for the United States Championship. Both Superstars will be pushed to the limit, but will the title go to Cena, or will it remain with Booker T?
Big Show is back! No one is safe, especially Kurt Angle who has taken his hatred of the 7-2, 500-pound giant to new heights in the past few weeks. And after GM Theodore Long gave Big Show the option of facing Eddie Guerrero or Angle at No Mercy, his choice of opponents speaks volumes about his intentions!
Guerrero has had it with the antics of Luther Reigns. Angle's henchman has twice cost Latino Heat chances to defeat the Olympic Champ. With Angle's hands full with Big Show at No Mercy, Reigns and Guerrero will settle their differences once and for all.
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