With six pay-per-views set to take place over the next three months, WWE are keeping a relentless schedule in 2017, and their latest major event has just been unveiled.
According to PWInsider, No Mercy 2017 will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on September 24th.
Last year's show was the first time No Mercy had featured on WWE's PPV calendar since 2008. A SmackDown-branded event, it opened with WWE Champion AJ Styles defending his title against Dean Ambrose and John Cena, and also featured Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton, and Dolph Ziggler overcoming The Miz in a career vs. Intercontinental Championship match.
This year's show will be a Raw exclusive, however. This represents a break from tradition, as No Mercy was always associated with SD throughout the original brand split's first four years, before Raw/SmackDown-specific pay-per-views were scrapped in 2007.
WWE's updated PPV schedule currently looks as follows:-
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