Round 2 of MYC Released, No Mercy Main Event, Darren Young Update

The first round of the Mae Young Classic tournament was released last Monday, and the show has since garnered praise. The WWE audience has been exposed to a ton of great new female talent such as Piper Niven, Rhea Ripley, Toni Storm, and Kairi Sane. WWE released the second round of the tournament on the WWE Network today. The tournament is now down from 32 women to just 16. Round 2 of the Mae Young Classic was taped at Full Sail University earlier this summer, and the finals of the tournament will air on the network live after Smackdown in Las Vegas on September 12th at 10pm ET. The second round of the tournament is available to watch now.
Fans have been excited for the main event of No Mercy ever since it was first announced. After months of rumors and speculation on a Braun Strowman vs. Brock Lesnar match, it will finally be taking place at the pay-per-view due to Strowman’s impressive showing in the main event of SummerSlam. However, it appears that Braun Strowman is not going to win the Universal Championship. Cageside Seats reported today that Brock Lesnar will retain the title in the match against Strowman, but the latter will be made to look strong in defeat. When combined with the fact that John Cena vs. Roman Reigns is taking place on the show as well, this all but confirms that the main event of Wrestlemania will be Roman Reigns taking on Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
As mentioned earlier in the week, Raw superstar Darren Young was cleared to return to the ring recently. Young has been out of action since January due to a devastating shoulder injury that he sustained in a match against Epico on Main Event. Despite this, Cageside Seats claims that Darren Young may not be coming back to television so soon. The company may not have any plans for him at the moment. Darren Young began a partnership with WWE Hall of Famer Bob Backlund prior to receiving the injury, but it appears as though that storyline may be over for good. Nevertheless, he is still cleared to return.

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