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Rudo Radio Episode 63: More No Mercy, less Goldberg

No Mercy was a good show even with the weird scheduling. Goldberg probably isn’t being brought back for us, though.

John Cena and Dean Ambrose both attempt to submit AJ Styles at the same time. Original photo:

No Mercy has come and gone, and despite the odd scheduling in it to counter the three-headed viewer-eating monster of the Presidential Debate, an MLB postseason game, and Sunday Night Football, it was a quality show. Well, so thinks Marc Normandin (hey, that’s me) and Nick Bond, who also have opinions on RAW’s good and bad as well as a little bit of malaise and fear for the inevitable Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg match.

Once again, SmackDown had the better week, and that was with the blue brand having just, for them, an okay show. That James Ellsworth is going to be a star, though, that much is obvious.

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