WWE's No Mercy: 5 Superstars To Look Out For
Fans of Wrestlemania, No Mercy goes down on Monday and here is a list of five stars to watch out for.
Glory to The Conqueror, The Beast Incarnate, The Anomaly or whatever godlike title you choose to bestow upon Brock Lesnar. Surely, this creature fits each and every one of them.
Possessing the type of staggering strength and frightening intensity seen only among Superman villains, this 6-foot-3, 266-pound freak of nature from Minneapolis, Minn., has forced his way to the top of every major combat sport.
He won the NCAA Division I collegiate wrestling championship as a senior at the University of Minnesota, the WWE Championship within six months of his debut and the UFC Heavyweight Title in his fourth professional MMA fight.
He’s also The One in 22-1. Plain and simple, the man was built to destroy.
If you seek the American dream, look no further than Jinder Mahal.
The Indian Superstar is the very definition of a self-made man, having battled his way to the WWE Championship despite suffering trials and tribulations that would have sent a lesser person running for the hills.
Mahal made it his business to target the biggest dog in the yard from his first days in WWE, when he confronted the towering Great Khali.
And even when Mahal found himself set back by his own ambitions, The Maharaja continued to press for the peak, forming unusual alliances and adopting new styles to improve his game and approach the mountaintop from a different path.
First introduced to TV audiences as one of the seven strangers on “The Real World: Back to New York,” The Miz parlayed his reality TV fame into a legitimate WWE career.
And for those who think he’s a fluke, just ask him. He’ll tell you he’s not … and he’s right.
Miz’s first taste of WWE cred came alongside John Morrison, as the duo won the WWE Tag Team Championship and the attention of WWE Universe on their WWE.com web series, “The Dirt Sheet.”
The team was split up thanks to the 2009 WWE Draft, and many expected Miz to fade into obscurity. He proved everyone wrong, though, by winning the United States Championship, the Unified Tag Team Championship and several high-profile matches.
To describe AJ Styles in a word? Phenomenal … and he would be the first to tell you that, along with many, many, many other things.
Since making his long-awaited WWE debut in the 2016 Royal Rumble Match, The Phenomenal One has brawled with the likes of Chris Jericho, The Miz, Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler and has further solidified his reputation with important victories over John Cena and Shane McMahon.
This is Enzo Amore. He is a certified G and a bona fide stud and you can’t teach that. He is Smacktalker Skywalker with a mic-saber for a cuppa’ haters, the realest guy in the room, and he’s here to shake up Raw and relieve it of haters, hangers-on and above all, “sawft”-ness.
The New Jersey-bred Amore is among the most gifted talkers in WWE today, as efficient with his quips as he is with his fists — some would say more so. If the sticks and stones break your bones, Enzo’s words are what keep you down, a dizzying pitter-patter of slang and arrows that has already reduced some of the toughest Superstars in both WWE and NXT to twitching piles of mush.
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