DanGogh’s Views: No Mercy 2017
With No Mercy behind us, I’m gonna give you the reasons why the fatal five way women’s match for the RAW Women’s Championship proved to be the best match of the night!
- Big moves
- The chemistry was there between all the competitors
- Nia Jax was powerbombed from the apron to the outside floor
- Nia Jax squatted two women before giving them a double Samoan drop
Usually fatal five way matches can be pretty awkward to watch, especially with an odd number of competitors. As the women’s match started I was expecting to see Nia go down pretty early in the match and stay down for a majority of the time. And for the most part Nia did go down but here’s the difference. When a woman competitor goes down and stays down it’s usually because of a DDT or some regular in-ring move where they should not be down for as long as they do. In this case, we had Nia Jax powerbombed out of the ring and when she finally rose so up so did the universe!
We also had two best friends FINALLY end (hopefully). Bayley and Sasha both stopping each other from possibly being victorious was huge and added more fire to the match. It would be a great time to pull the trigger on a heel turn and start a feud heading into the fall between these two.
And of course the winner. Alexa Bliss came out of the fatal five way retaining her RAW Women’s Championship.
Her reign at the top will continue until further notice. But a certain someone is debuting at the next RAW PPV and she’ll certainly have her sights set on the championship…
What was your match of the night? And how do you feel about the RAW Women’s division going forward? Sound off on social media or in the comment section below!
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