I've been informed that I do not have to write both Smackdowns, so instead I'll just write a summary of what was supposed to happen on the past two shows.
The Undertaker and the Rock's fued continues to build up. The Undertaker gets the upper hand on the Rock on one show, while the Rock gets the upper hand on the other.
Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty continue to get the upper hand against Grandmaster Sexay and TAKA Michinoku. GMS says he wants Rikishi at No Mercy. Shane McMahon schedules a match between Rikishi and GMS where whoever wins gets both the tag team titles and can give the other one to their partner.
Madusa says that Chyna win wasn't legit, since she didn't make it in time for the match, as Madusa had already won the title before she came. Shane schedules a match between the two at No Mercy.
JBL gives another dosage of "Learning English with John Bradshaw Layfield". This time he directs it to the LWO, who he says have joined together to get their American citizenship papers together and teaching them counting by singing the "One, two, three four five, once I caught a fish alive..." song. LWO attack him again. JBL then gets his own faction up, called "The American Dream" which consists of JBL, Orlando Jordan and Shawn O'Haire. The two factions get into a physical confrontation and Shane McMahon arranges a lumberjack match between Eddie Guerrero and JBL for the United States title, with the two factions on the outside.
Kurt Angle and Ric Flair continue to feud, and they decide to settle it at No Mercy, in a submission match.
Harlem Heat and The Dudley Boyz get a match at No Mercy, as well as A.J Styles and Dean Malenko for the Cruiserweight title.
BTW, No Mercy should be up on the scheduled day, as long as education doesn't get in the way. A preview of the final Smackdown before No Mercy should be up by Saturday night (GMT)
WWE Championship - Buried Alive Match
The Undertaker © vs. The Rock
WWE United States Championship - Lumberjack Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. JBL ©
WWE Tag Team Campionship
Rikishi © vs. Grandmaster Sexay
WWE Women's World Championship
Chyna © vs. Madusa
WWE Cruiserweight Title
A.J Styles © vs. Dean Malenko
Kurt Angle vs. Ric Flair
Harlem Heat vs. The Dudley Boyz