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WWE RAW Results, September 18th 2017, Live Updates and Commentary; big match confirmed for No Mercy

What will happen in the go-home episode of RAW heading into No Mercy?
Updated: 19 September 2017 08:50 IST - Published: 19 September 2017 08:44 IST
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Well, folks, that's a wrap for our coverage of Monday Night Raw. Please join us tomorrow for what promises to be an incredible edition of SmackDown Live. 
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Here are the results from the show:
Nia Jax def. Alexa Bliss
Sheamus & Cesaro def. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins
Apollo Crews def. Curt Hawkins
Bray Wyatt def. Dustin Rhodes (Goldust)
Neville def. Gran Metalik
Jason Jordan def. Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Curtis Axel, Bo Dallas and Elias Samson to become the number one contender for the Intercontinental Championship
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After the match, The Miz and his cronies leave Jason Jordan laying. The Cleveland native then picks up the microphone and promises to leave No Mercy as the Intercontinental Champion. He also says that Kurt Angle will remain a bad father after No Mercy. 
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All chaos breaks loose and The Hardys go after each other. Matt hits Jeff with the Side Effect, but the brothers are assaulted by The Miztourage. Jordan then pulls down his straps and begins to suplex every man in the match, but Dallas manages to foil him. Matt Hardy connects with a Twist of Fate, but Samson stops him from making the pin.

Jeff Hardy clears house and has the match won after a Swanton Bomb on Curtis Axel, but The Miz interferes and breaks up the pin. Jeff Hardy throws The Miz outside the ring, but Axel attacks him. This leaves an opening for Jason Jordan who hits a belly-to-belly suplex and a pop-up neckbreaker for the win.

Result: Jason Jordan def. Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Curtis Axel, Bo Dallas and Elias Samson to become the number one contender for the Intercontinental Championship 
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When we return from commercial Matt hits Dallas with a neckbreaker for two while Samson nails Jordan with a huge backbreaker. Samson then positions Jordan on the top turnbuckle for a suplex, but The Miztourage fling him outside the ring. The other four men in the match then nail a giant superplex on Jordan. Samson tries to cover the former NCAA standout, but Matt Hardy breaks up the pin. 
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Elias Samson vs. Jason Jordan vs. Bo Dallas vs. Curtis Axel vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy — Six-pack Challenge to determine the number one contender for the Intercontinental Championship
Before the match, Elias Samson starts to play the guitar and sing, but he is interrupted by The Hardy Boyz. Jason Jordan then makes his entrance followed by Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel. 

The Hardy Boyz go after The Miztourage while Jason Jordan squares off with Elias Samson. However, just before we cut to commercial, Jeff Hardy rolls up Matt and the two brothers have a mini-confrontation.
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Neville vs. Gran Metalik
Metalik comes flying out of the blocks and connects with a missile dropkick, forcing Neville to roll out of the ring. Neville then gains control and throws Metalik outside the ring, attempting to unmask the Luchador. However, Metalik resists Neville and retaliates.

Metalik then connects with an impressive aerial manoeuvre. He then attempts a moonsault in the middle of the ring, but Neville gets his knees up and locks in the Rings of Saturn to put an end to proceedings

Result: Neville def. Gran Metalik
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Charly Caruso tries to interview Enzo backstage, but the New Jersey native doesn't have much to say. He just promises to win the Cruiserweight Championship at No Mercy. 
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Neville comes out to the ring as Strowman makes his exit. The King of the Cruiserweights takes advantage of a supine Enzo and nails him with a red arrow.
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We could've dedicated an hour to Bobby Heenan, but Enzo Amore comes out instead. He promises to defeat the gargoyle that is Neville at No Mercy when Strowman's music hits!!! The Monster Among Men knocks Enzo to the ground and drags him to the ring. He hits a massive powerslam on Enzo Amore and leaves. 
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We then get a graphic paying tribute to Bobby Heenan. The commentary team join in and pay their respects to The Brain — one of the greatest personas in wrestling history. We also get a touching video package in memory of The Weasel. Thank you, Bobby Heenan. 
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Finn Balor appears on the titantron and talks about the origin of his demonic alter-ego. He then poses Wyatt with a interesting question heading into No Mercy. 
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Rhodes continues to work on Wyatt in the corner, but he is intercepted by a Sister Abigail which seals his fate.

Result: Bray Wyatt def. Dustin Rhodes (Goldust)
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Dustin Rhodes (Goldust) vs. Bray Wyatt
Rhodes is out for his match without the face paint. He puts Wyatt in the corner and connects with a flurry of punches. A thunderous clothesline sends the Eater of Worlds crashing outside the ring. A "Let's go Dustin" chant slowly breaks out. 
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Reigns then pulls up a video of Cena criticising The Rock for being a part-timer. The Big Dog then chides John Cena, who is in China on WWE business, for not appearing on Raw. That's not exactly the same thing as leaving to film a movie. Reigns just isn't the brightest bulb in the chandelier, is he? 
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Roman Reigns grabs the microphone and dismisses the claims that he is a John Cena rip-off. He then takes a dig at Alex Riley, who curiously claimed to have backstage heat with John Cena. 
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San Jose collectively groans as Roman Reigns then makes his way to the ring. The Bay Area was spared a Roman Reigns coronation at WrestleMania 31, but New Orleans will unfortunately not receive that same mercy in 2018. 
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Michael Cole attempts to draw parallels between Strowman and a young Lesnar, but Heyman isn't happy with the narrative Cole is attempting to spin. Lesnar then interrupts Heyman's rant and thanks Strowman for backing him into a corner. He then looks into the camera and promises to defeat the Monster Among Men, finishing with the words: "Suplex City, b****." 

Ladies and Gentlemen, this is why we sit through Curt Hawkins vs Apollo Crews.