Hidden Remote’s Graham Matthews breaks down the full card for WWE Night of Champions and gives his in-depth analysis of each matchup.
On Sunday, WWE will present its ninth annual Night of Champions pay-per-view event, live from the Toyota Center in Houston, at 8 p.m. ET. As the one event of the year where every active championship must be defended, it should prove to be a newsworthy show.
The pay-per-view will be headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Sting for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Sting has had the champ’s number in recent weeks, but will he be able secure the victory over his adversary when it matters most?
In his second match of the night, Rollins will face off against John Cena in a rematch for the United States Championship. Could fatigue play a part in Rollins falling short of successfully retaining his title, or will he somehow find a way to walk out with the star-spangled prize intact?
Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns will join forces with a mystery partner to take on The Wyatt Family in six-man tag team action. Will the unnamed third man be enough of a threat to Braun Strowman and the rest of the bearded clan, or will The Wyatt Family assert their dominance over the former Shield members once again?
Here, I will provide my personal preview and prediction as well as uncover the potential for every match on the advertised card.