Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) vs. The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) for the Tag Team Championships - WWE No Mercy 2017 Match Results and Analysis
All four members of the two Tag Teams made separate entrances and we were introduced to the International commentary team as Sheamu's entrance music played in the background. Dean Ambrose and Sheamus started off the match for the WWE Tag Team Championships. The Bar took the action outside and Cesaro sent Dean Ambrose flying into the side of the steel steps, making a horrible sound.
The match returned to the ring and Dean Ambrose was pinned by Ceasro but the official called Cesaro out for not being the legal man and Ambrose walked away from what was a potential pinfall. Sheamus returned to the ring and The Bar displayed good psychology by tagging in and out with speed and efficiency. Rollins was tagged in and he immediately got rid of Sheamus with a Superkick after sending Cesaro face-first into the turnbuckle, and it busted the Swiss Cyborg open as it looked like he lost multiple teeth in one move.
Ambrose was tagged in and he faced Sheamus head-on while the official checked on Cesaro who was bleeding profusely from the mouth. Cesaro returned to the ring against all odds and caught Ambrose with a Sharpshooter and transitioned it into a cross-face hold. Ambrose managed to get to the ropes in time. The match picks up as Sheamus picked up Ambros and Cesaro went up the turnbuckles but was caught by Seth Rollins. Sheamus hit Ambrose with the White Noise and Cesaro followed up by powerbombing Seth Rollins into Ambrose's limp body. It looked like the new champions would be crowned then and there but Ambrose kicked out of the pin somehow.
The match commenced and Rollins and Ambrose caught Sheamus alone in the ring as The Kingslayer landed a King's Landing on the Celtic Warrior before Ambrose caught him in a Dirty Deeds. Ambrose managed to get the pinfall and him and Seth Rollins managed to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Result: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) def. The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships