Heath Slater has a terrible Pay-Per-View record going into No Mercy

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SmackDown LIVE play host to their second Pay-Per-View following the brand split this Sunday as No Mercy takes centre stage.

The card is looking pretty stacked with title matches, including the triple threat WWE Championship match involving AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, and John Cena.

The Intercontinental Championship is also on the line as The Miz defends against Dolph Ziggler, who is putting his entire career on the line, and Becky Lynch is defending her SmackDown LIVE Women's Championship against Alexa Bliss.


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The final title to be put on the line is the SmackDown LIVE Tag Team Championships as Rhyno and Heath Slater defend against The Usos, who have been causing havoc on the blue brand in the last few weeks.

Slater and Rhyno won the belts following the tag team tournament, defeating The Usos in the final at WWE Backlash, but they have a bad omen going into the match at No Mercy.

Well, one-half of the tag team has a bad omen.

Slater will be competing in his 20th PPV match this Sunday, and going into the event, he was a record of four wins and 15 losses at PPV events.

WWE on ESPN tweeted a picture certain PPV records, and Slater's name was on the list, competing in 19 matches and only winning four of them, with one of them being recently at Backlash.

So if the stats and the records are anything to go by, we could be crowning new champions at No Mercy, which would make The Usos three-time champions.

Who will leave as Tag Team Champions? Have YOUR say in the comment section below!

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