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WWE No Mercy 2017: Watch Lesnar vs Strowman online – UK date & time

How to watch WWE No Mercy 2017 online

Brock Lesnar is facing off against Braun Strowman for this year’s WWE No Mercy. Here’s our guide on how to watch Lesnar vs Strowman and Cena vs Reigns online, plus times, dates and more.

If wrestling is your thing, then you won’t want to miss out on the annual WWE No Mercy 2017 event, which sees stars like Brock Lesnar take on Braun Strowman, and John Cena taking to the ring against Roman Reigns.

It’s set to be a major spectacle, so organisers have made sure it’s easy enough to watch online. UK viewers will have to stay up late to watch it live, but we’ve included a guide on how to watch it both live and on-demand below, so read on for the all the details.

WWE No Mercy 2017 time and date – when is Lesnar vs Strowman?

The event is due to take place stateside on Sunday, September 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

Proceedings will begin at 01:00 (yes, in the morning) with the pre-show starting a little earlier, at midnight. Bear in mind that this is a US event, which means the times we’re giving you are taking place on Monday, September 25 in the UK.

Watch Lesnar vs Strowman Online: How to stream WWE No Mercy this weekend

To watch WWE No Mercy 2017, you’ll have to fork out a little bit of cash.

In the UK, you can pay £14.95 (or €21.95 in the ROI) for pay-per-view access to the stream via the Sky Box Office – this gives you access to either live or repeat viewing.

Alternatively, you can watch it on the WWE Network for £9.99 per month – including a free month trial.

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