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WWE No Mercy 2017 had a double main event, but while one major match delivered, the other headline attraction did not.
WWE No Mercy 2016 was definitely an enjoyable Pay-Per-View, but it’s probably better to watch this card in reverse.
WWE No Mercy 2008 was a two-match show, but those two matches were amongst the best of the year, making this a must-see card overall.
If you were to judge WWE No Mercy 2007 solely on the shenanigans involving the WWE Championship, then this would be considered a superb PPV.
WWE No Mercy 2006 proved to be the surprise PPV hit of the year, which included an awesome main event for the World Heavyweight Title.
WWE No Mercy 2005 has historical appeal, but as an overall wrestling show, there were far better PPVs that year.
With a fair few enjoyable matches amidst a lively crowd, WWE No Mercy 2004 acts as a good showcase of the SmackDown brand that year.
WWE No Mercy 2003 has one particularly controversial match which sadly overshadows what is otherwise a very enjoyable card.
WWE No Mercy 2002 is a very entertaining card, with its two best bouts being contenders for the best WWE match of the whole year.
WWF No Mercy 2001 is a forgotten gem of a show, with a great double main event and a very good Ladder match further down the card.
WWF No Mercy 2000 was saved by the last two matches. Triple H vs. Chris Benoit is really good, and The Rock vs. Kurt Angle is must-see.
WWF No Mercy 1999 isn’t quite a one-match show, but the best bout on the show overshadows everything else by a wide margin.
WWF No Mercy (UK) 1999 is nowhere near being a must-see show, unless you're a fan of Tiger Ali Singh, Nicole Bass or Mideon, I guess.