|Date: September 21, 2014
|Venue: Bridgestone Arena |City: Nashville, Tennessee
|Attendance: 11,000 |Buys: 48,000
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Rematch. Resolve. Redemption. That’s the name of the game for this show where in the main event John Cena gets a rematch against the man that beat him for the WWE Championship at Summerslam, Brock Lesnar. Cena was quick to ask for his rematch and demanded that Lesnar give his response in person. Cena had to kidnap Paul Heyman and lock him in a room to see Lesnar in person and the match was made. Another big match tonight is between Randy Orton and Chris Jericho. Jericho took a few jabs at Randy on an episode of the highlight reel and then a few weeks later Orton attacked Jericho as doctors were seeing to him backstage. The match was then made between the two for Night Of Champions.
All of the championships in WWE are set to be defended tonight. At Summerslam Dolph Ziggler defeated The Miz to win the Intercontinental Championship. Miz gets his rematch tonight and will have his stunt double Damien Mizdow in his corner. Ziggler has had “R-Ziggler” in his corner but will they make the difference tonight? Cesaro defeated Rob Van Dam to become number one contender to the United States Championship held by Sheamus. These two hard-hitting athletes have clashed before and they will again tonight will the United States title at stake. The WWE Tag Team Championships will be on the line as The Usos defend against Gold and Stardust. Goldust and Stardust beat The Usos in a non-title match and then received a title match which they won by count out. The challengers weren’t happy about this and attacked The Usos after the match. The challengers have a change in attitude and get another shot tonight.
The WWE Divas Championship is also set to be defended tonight as Paige, who the title at Summerslam, defends against the former champion AJ Lee and the woman dubbed to be the number one contender by Stephanie McMahon, Nikki Bella. Nikki seems to be getting rewarded for helping out Stephanie at Summerslam. Brie Bella isn’t in the match but will she get involved tonight? Mark Henry is the latest man to step up and take on Rusev. Mark Henry is a proud American who represented USA in the 1992 olympics. He hopes to be the man to represent USA again and finally defeat Rusev. Also tonight former Shield brothers Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins go one on one.
A video package kicks us off with former World Heavyweight Champions like Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels and Steve Austin. The package then focuses on Brock Lesnar and John Cena.
Michael Cole welcomes us to the Bridgestone Arena. We’re told the WWE Tag Team Championship match is kicking things off and we get some really cool graphics of tag team champions gone by.
The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) (c) vs. Goldust & Stardust – WWE Tag Team Championship match
This is a first time PPV match between these two teams. Although they were in a triple threat match with The Shield at Hell In A Cell last year. Cody Rhodes is 3-2 at Night Of Champions events, The Usos are 0-1 and Goldust makes his debut at the event tonight. Jey Uso starts the match against Goldust and it’s Jey that gets the first few shots in. Jey forces Goldust into the champions corner and tags in Jimmy who hits a splash. Goldust hits a right hand and tags in Stardust who gets caught with a powerslam. Jimmy hits a low clothesline for a one count. Stardust hits a couple of right hands but Jimmy tags in Jey and the champions drop Stardust on the top rope. Jey applies an armbar but Goldust gets a cheap shot in and then makes the tag. Goldust hits a hard Irish whip and then tags in Stardust. Stardust hits some clubbing blows for the first near fall of the night. Stardust tags in Goldust who hits an uppercut. Jey tags in Jimmy who quickens the pace.
Jimmy Uso hits a big uppercut on Goldust and then a back body drop for a near fall. Goldust rolls out of the ring and Jimmy follows before diving off the barricade and taking out Stardust. Goldust then hits a big powerslam on Jimmy on the outside before rolling Jimmy back into the ring and pinning him for a two count. Goldust tags Stardust who lays in the stomps before tagging in Goldust who applies a chinlock. Jimmy gets out of the chinlock and tries to fight off both Goldust and Stardust in the corner but the numbers are too much and Goldust hits a spinebuster for a two count. Goldust tags in Stardust who applies a front facelock but Jimmy gets out of it and looks for a Samoan drop but Stardust counters with a neckbreaker for a two count. Stardust hits a clothesline and then cheap shots Jey Uso off the apron. Stardust tags in Goldust who hits an elbow drop. The referee has his gloves on now but I’ve not spotted who’s bleeding.
Goldust tags in Stardust who applies a million dollar dream but Jimmy gets out of it. Stardust looks for a shoulder charge in the corner but Jimmy moves out of the way and Stardust hits the ringpost. Stardust tags in Goldust and Jimmy hits him with an enzeguri. Jimmy makes the hot tag to Jey and he quickens the pace! Jey hits a chop block on Stardust and Jimmy flies out and takes out Goldust. Jey smashes Stardusts knee into the ringpost and then hits a cross body for a two count. Jey hits a Samoan drop and then a splash in the corner. Jey takes out Goldust who tries to get involved but then walks into Dark Matter from Stardust! Stardust gets a near fall and then takes off his glove, ties up Jey in the ropes and slaps him with the glove a few times! Jimmy unties Jey and Jey then rolls Stardust up for a two count. Jey low-bridges Stardust and then dives out at him as Goldust takes out Jimmy. Jey rolls Stardust back in the ring and goes up top for a splash but Stardust gets his knees up. Stardust rolls up Jey and gets the three! Goldust and Stardust win the WWE Tag Team Championships tonight!
Byron Saxton is backstage with Dolph Ziggler and R-Truth. R-Truth is Zigglers stunt double, mocking The Miz and Damien Sandow. Dolph says that after Ziggler re-arranges Miz’s money maker he’ll never work in this town again.
Sheamus (c) vs. Cesaro – WWE United States Championship match
This is a second pay per view match between these two men. Sheamus beat Cesaro at Payback earlier this year. Sheamus is 1-1 at Night Of Champions events, Cesaro is 1-0. The two men try to wrestle for the advantage in the early going but it’s a stalemate. Sheamus pulls Cesaro to the mat and locks on a headlock but Cesaro forces him into the ropes to break the hold. Cesaro slaps Sheamus which fires up the Celtic Warrior. Sheamus hits a clothesline but Cesaro hits some forearms and right hands. Sheamus hits a knee and a rolling senton for a one count. Sheamus punts Cesaro in the back and then hits a kneedrop before throwing him on to the apron. Cesaro drops Sheamus on the top rope and then goes up top and hits a double axe handle. Sheamus hits a spinebuster but Cesaro hooks on a headlock. Sheamus and Cesaro go tumbling to the outside before slugging it out. Sheamus rolls Cesaro back into the ring and hits him with a battering ram. Cesaro reverses an Irish whip but runs into the boots of Sheamus who then pulls himself up the top rope.
Cesaro hits Sheamus with a running uppercut which knocks Sheamus off the top and to the outside. Back in the ring and Cesaro hits a snapmare and a knee drop before applying a chinlock. Sheamus hammers his way out of it but Cesaro locks on a sleeper. Sheamus manages to counter with a sleeper of his own but Cesaro hits a side suplex to break it up. Sheamus ducks a clothesline and hits a couple of running forearms and a shoulder charge but then runs into a clothesline. Cesaro gets a near fall and follows it up with a couple of running uppercuts. Sheamus counters an Irish whip and hits two backbreakers for a near fall. Sheamus hits ten beats of the Bodhran but Cesaro counters and hits an uppercut and a big boot. Cesaro then heads to the top but Sheamus hits him with a forearm and then slams him off the top for a two count. Sheamus sets up for white noise but Cesaro counters. Sheamus then looks for the brogue kick but Cesaro avoids it and hits an elevated uppercut for a near fall.
Cesaro looks for a double underhook powerbomb but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus hits a high running knee and a powerslam for a near fall. Sheamus motions for a brogue kick but Cesaro ducks it and rolls Sheamus up for a near fall. Cesaro then hits a double underhook powerbomb for a near fall. Cesaro sets up for the neutraliser but Sheamus hits. aback body drop. Cesaro lands on his feet but Sheamus looks for a brogue kick which Cesaro avoids. Cesaro hits a modified powerbomb for a near fall. Cesaro slaps Sheamus repeatedly and the two men then slug it out until Cesaro kicks Sheamus into the corner. Sheamus shoves Cesaro away and asks for more so Cesaro hits him with a running boot. Sheamus hits a brogue kick out of nowhere and that’s all she wrote! Sheamus retains the United States Championship tonight! Another great match tonight!
Mark Henry is backstage with his friend The Big Show. Big Show tells Mark Henry that he’s not alone tonight, he’s got the whole of America behind him. Big Show then presents Mark Henry with some new gear that has the stars and stripes on.
Justin Roberts announces Florida Georgia Line, a country band who walk down to the ring and are joining commentary.
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. The Miz – WWE Intercontinental Championship match
This is a second pay per view match between these two men. Dolph beat The Miz at Summerslam to win the title. The Miz is 3-2 at Night Of Champions events, Dolph Ziggler is 2-3. The Miz is joined by Damien Mizdow (Sandow) whilst Ziggler has R-Ziggler (Truth) in his corner. Miz starts the match with a headlock but Ziggler counters with one of his own. Miz gets out of it but Dolph hits a shoulder charge and then a Lou Thesz press. Miz hits a takedown and looks for the figure four but Dolph kicks him away and then hits a hiptoss. Ziggler hits nine elbow drops and looks for a tenth but Miz rolls out to the apron. Miz drops Dolph on the top rope and then hits a big boot in the ring for a two count. Miz hits a running boot for a two count and then applies a chinlock. The Intercontinental Championship hasn’t changed hands at Night Of Champions since 2008. Miz hits a left hand for a one count. Miz kicks away at Ziggler as Damien Sandow imitates him from the outside. Miz looks for his trademark clothesline in the corner but Ziggler hits him with a clothesline.
Damien Sandow cheers on The Miz from the outside but Ziggler hits Miz with two clotheslines, a splash and a neckbreaker. Miz counters a fame-asser, looking for a powerbomb but Dolph hits a sunset flip for a two count. Miz and Ziggler tumble to the outside but Dolph is up first and throws Miz into the barricade. Ziggler rolls Miz back into the ring but Sandow then drops Ziggler on the apron behind the referee’s back. R-Truth comes over but Sandow takes out Truth too. Sandow berates Florida Georgia Line who take off their headphones and push Sandow to the mat. R-Truth then chases Sandow to the back! Back in the ring and The Miz is distracted by the situation. He turns around into a superkick from Ziggler for a two count. Miz avoids a fame-asser and looks for the skull-crushing finale but Ziggler counters. Miz then locks on the figure four! Ziggler gets to the bottom rope to break the hold and then kicks Miz away and hits a fame-asser for a near fall. Damien Sandow then re-appears so Dolph superkicks him off the apron. The Miz rolls up Dolph and holding the tights he gets the 3! The Miz beats Dolph Ziggler to become a four time Intercontinental Champion!
We go to Scott Stamford who has some breaking news. Roman Reigns had to undergo emergency hernia surgery which has ruled Roman Reigns out of the event tonight. Reigns will be out for several months.
Seth Rollins comes out to run his mouth. Rollins says that he heard the news about Roman Reigns. Rollins says that Reigns has 10 seconds to come out or he will accept the forfeit and have his hand raised in victory. The referee counts the ten and Rollins makes him raise his hand in victory. Seth says that he is disappointed in Roman Reigns not being man enough to show up and face him. Seth says he needs to make the fans happy and issues an open challenge. Who will accept this? Rob Van Dam? Dean Ambrose? It’s got to be Ambrose. A taxi is shown pulling up in the back and it is Dean Ambrose! Ambrose goes right to work on Rollins, clothesline him out of the ring and then throws him over the barricade. Ambrose and Rollins then fight through the crowd. Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and security guards separate the two men. Dean Ambrose takes out all of the security! Ambrose then goes back to work on Rollins, chasing him through the crowd and hitting him with right hands. The fight goes back to the ring where Ambrose picks up a chair but security and agents such as Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury break it up. They tie Dean Ambrose’s hands behind his back!
Renee Young is joined by the rest of the kick-off panel Booker T, Alex Riley and The Big Show.
Mark Henry vs. Rusev
This is a first time pay per view match between these two men. Mark Henry is 2-1 at Night Of Champions events, Rusev makes his Night Of Champions debut tonight. Lilian Garcia sings the American national anthem. Mark Henry, who is stood in the ring, is in floods of tears. I’ve really enjoyed this Rusev storyline, beating every American patriot put in front if him so far. The two men exchange blows as the bell rings and Rusev then retreats to the outside. Rusev gets back into the ring but Mark Henry hits him with clubbing blows and a headbutt forcing Rusev to once again regroup on the outside. Rusev tries to get back into the ring but Mark Henry hammers him back out. Rusev gets back into the ring but Mark Henry throws him right back out! This time Henry exits the ring too but Rusev forces him into the ring steps. Both men get back into the ring where Rusev hits two splashes in the corner. Rusev hits three falling headbutts and then stomps on Henry. Rusev applies a sleeper and then lays in some knees and hits a side Russian leg-sweep. Rusev then goes back to the sleeper but Mark fights out of it.
Mark Henry hits a couple of clotheslines and a splash in the corner. Henry looks to scoop up Rusev but can’t do it. Rusev hits a spinning heel kick and then tries to lock on the accolade but Mark Henry gets up to his feet. Rusev fights back with a kick but Henry hits the world’s strongest slam out of nowhere! Henry sells the lower back and is slow to make the cover so Rusev rolls out of the ring. Rusev hits a superkick to Henry from the outside and then gets back in the ring and hits another big kick. Rusev locks on the accolade and Mark Henry has to tap out. Rusev beats Mark Henry tonight!
We’re shown a clip from a Brock Lesnar interview.
Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton
This is a second pay per view match between these two men. Chris Jericho beat Randy Orton by disqualification back at Armageddon 2007. Randy Orton has a 3-3 record at Night Of Champions events, Chris Jericho is 1-2. Jericho gets the first few shots in and then forces Orton into the corner and hits him with shoulder charges. Orton fires back and hits a couple of uppercuts and headbutts. Jericho hits some chops but Orton hits a shoulder charge. Jericho hits a dropkick and then clotheslines Orton out of the ring. Jericho hits a baseball slide and then bounces Randy off the Spanish announce table. Jericho rolls Orton back into the ring but Orton kicks Jericho as he gets back into the ring and then lays in some stomps. Orton hits an Irish whip and a clothesline but then runs into Jericho’s boot. Jericho hits some chops and then heads to the top but Randy crotches him up there. Randy hits a big superplex for a near fall and then applies a chinlock. Jericho gets out of it and attempts an Irish whip but Orton reverses and sends Jericho all the way to the outside.
Randy Orton exits the ring, throws Jericho into the barricade and then drops Chris on the barricade. Orton rolls Jericho back into the ring and pins him for a near fall. Orton then throws Jericho back out of the ring and drops him on the announce desk. Orton rolls Jericho back into the ring pins him for a two count before re-applying a chinlock. Jericho gets out of it and kicks Orton, hits a flying forearm, a shoulder tackle and a slingblade for a two count. Orton hits a big powerslam for a two count Jericho avoids a kneedrop and hits a low dropkick. Orton back body drops Jericho on to the apron but Jericho hits a right hand and then goes up top and hits a double axe handle. Jericho hits a bulldog and then looks for a lionsault but Orton avoids it and hits a backbreaker. Orton attempts the RKO but Jericho avoids it and then hits a lionsault for a two count. Jericho kicks Orton in the ribs but then jumps out to the apron where Orton looks to hit a hangman’s DDT but Jericho counters and attempts to lock on the walls of Jericho but Orton flips him away.
Randy Orton throws Jericho into the ringpost and then looks for a punt but Jericho avoids it and rolls up Orton for a two count. Jericho then locks on the Walls Of Jericho! Randy tries to crawl to the ropes but Jericho drags him back to the middle of the ring! Orton manages to break the hold and kick Jericho out of the ring. Jericho tries to get back into the ring but Orton hits the hangmans DDT. Orton motions for an RKO but Jericho hits a codebreaker! He hooks the leg but Orton kicks out. Jericho heads to the top. I think he’s going to get hit with an RKO here. He screams at Orton to get up. Jericho dives off but predictably Orton hits an RKO. He hooks the leg and gets the three. Randy Orton beats Chris Jericho tonight.
There’s a video package next showing the build to the WWE Divas Championship match
Byron Saxton is backstage with Brie Bella. Brie says she has to bite her tongue regarding her sister. But Nikki should not become the Divas Champion tonight. Brie says that Nikki is a lot like kharma, they’re both a bitch.
Paige (c) vs. AJ Lee vs. Nikki Bella – Triple threat match for the WWE Divas Championship
This is a first time triple threat match between these three girls. AJ Lee is the only one of these three divas to have fought at Night Of Champions before, she won a fatal four way match at last years event. If you read my stat packs then you’ll know that AJ Lee is the 9th greatest diva of all time based on PPV matches. Paige and Nikki Bella get in each others faces in the early going before turning their attention to AJ who kicks them both in their faces and then throws Paige out of the ring. AJ hits a tilt-a-whirl headscissors on Nikki and then rolls her up for a one count. Nikki locks on a standing chinlock and swings AJ round as she does. AJ breaks it up with a jawbreaker. Paige gets back in the ring but Nikki hits her with an elbow and a springboard kick. Nikki applies an armbar to Paige but Paige rolls her up to break the hold. AJ drags Paige out of the ring and throws her into the barricade before throwing Nikki into the barricade too.
Paige and AJ get back into the ring and AJ smashes Paige’s face into the mat before hitting a dropkick for a two count. Paige kicks AJ in the gut sending her out to the apron but AJ then kicks Paige in the face and heads to the top. Nikki shoves AJ off the top as Paige rolls out of the ring. Nikki pins AJ for a two count. Nikki beats AJ’s head off the mat but Paige breaks it up and throws Nikki out to the apron before kicking her off it. Paige hugs AJ but AJ pushes her away. Paige kicks AJ and then mounts her and hits her frenemy with headbutts for a two count. Paige hits AJ with knees but Nikki Bella then smashes Paige off the apron. AJ rolls Nikki up for a two count. Nikki knees AJ in the face for a two count and then hits a hammerlock powerslam for a two count. AJ kicks Nikki in the face and then goes up top for a cross body but Nikki catches her. AJ then locks on the black widow! Paige breaks it up with a kick and then kicks Nikki to the mat before pinning her for a two count.
Paige pins AJ for a two count and then pulls her up to her feet and pops her on the top rope. Paige then hits a superplex with Nikki powerbombing Paige at the same time. Nikki hits Paige with the rack attack and then pins her but AJ breaks it up. Nikki drops AJ with a forearm shot and then shoves her out of the ring. Nikki goes out to the apron but AJ pulls her down to the floor. AJ gets back in the ring and locks the black widow on Paige! Paige tries to counter but AJ locks it back on! Paige taps out! AJ Lee becomes a three times Divas Champion tonight! A good triple threat match between these girls.
We’re shown some facts from the Brock Lesnar/John Cena Summerslam match. A 16 minute match where Cena only got just over 1 minutes worth of offence in. 16 German suplexes from Brock Lesnar in that match.
Over to the kick off panel. Alex Riley thinks John Cena will have to become a beast tonight. Big Show disagrees and says that Cena needs to be himself.
There’s a video package next for Brock Lesnar and John Cena.
Brock Lesnar (c) vs. John Cena – WWE World Heavyweight Championship match
This is the fourth PPV match between these two men. Brock has won 2 of the previous 3, John Cena won the other. John Cena is 2-3-1 at Night Of Champions events, Brock Lesnar makes his Night Of Champions debut tonight. John Cena, along with Randy Orton, are the only two men to have fought on every pay per view so far in 2014. Brock forces Cena into the corner as the bell rings, hitting him with shoulder charges. Lesnar looks for a German suplex but Cena holds on to the ropes. Cena then hits two clotheslines to take Brock down. Cena sets up and hits the attitude adjustment for a one count. Brock then locks on the kimura! Cena gets to the bottom rope to break the hold. Brock hits knees and then a German suplex. Cena fires back with right hands but Lesnar locks on the kimura again bu tit’s in the ropes so it’s broken up. Lesnar locks the kimura on again but again Cena makes it to the bottom rope. Cena hits right hands but Lesnar ducks a clothesline and hits a German suplex for a two count. Brock hits a suplex and keeps the hold tied on, hitting three consecutive suplexes.
Brock hits some shoulder charges in the corner. Cena tries to fire back with right hands which rocks Lesnar but Brock reverses an Irish whip and then drops Cena with a clothesline. Brock goes back to the kimura but Cena quickly reaches the ropes. Brock hits a belly to belly suplex for a near fall. Cena hits some right hands but Lesnar hits him with a shoulder charge in the corner. Lesnar hits knees to the back and ribs but after an Irish whip he runs into an elbow. Cena then hits right hands and looks to lift Lesnar up for an attitude adjustment but Brock counters and hits a German suplex. Lesnar hits more shoulder charges in the corner and then rams Cena into the opposite corner. Brock backs off and Cena hits an attitude adjustment out of nowhere for a two count. Brock then sets up for an F5 but Cena counters and locks on the STF! Brock rolls out of it and locks on the kimura! Cena manages to get up to his feet and ram Brock into the corner to break the hold. Cena hits a third attitude adjustment and then locks the STF back on. Brock crawls to the ropes but Cena pulls him back to the middle of the ring. Cena breaks the hold to hit a fourth attitude adjustment but Seth Rollins interrupts, smashing Cena with his money in the bank briefcase!
John Cena wins the match by disqualification because of Seth Rollins! Rollins hits Cena with the briefcase again, knocking him out of the ring. Seth then hits Lesnar with a curb stomp! Seth asks to cash in his briefcase! But before Seth can get back into the ring John Cena lays into him! Cena fights off Rollins who runs to the back! Michael Cole tells us that the bell never rang so Rollins still has his contract. Brock hits Cena with an F5! So John Cena wins by disqualification, Brock still has his title and Rollins still has his contract! Good match between these two!
And that was Night Of Champions 2014. It felt like a really solid show overall. I enjoyed pretty much all of it. The Usos kicked off the show defending the WWE Tag Team Championships and I have to say The Usos are just putting on great matches every singles time at the moment. This was another great match with Gold and Stardust. They really know how to pick up the pace. However tonight they lost the tag team championships. I like Gold and Stardust, they’re an entertaining team and they can go too. This takes the title in a new direction but I really hope we haven’t seen the end of The Usos on PPV, they’re stealing the show at the moment.
Sheamus and Cesaro put on a really hard-hitting match, another match which was really fun to watch. It was a completely different match to the opener but the two men seem to enjoy beating the crap out of one another. Sheamus won the match and retains the United States Championship. Cesaro has been on a terrible roll since winning the Andre The Giant Battle Royal at Wrestlemania. The push looks like it is over. The Miz beat Dolph Ziggler to regain the Intercontinental Championship. The title is going back and forth between these two men at the moment. Miz won with help from Damien Mizdow. I love this storyline with the stunt double. It’s so silly but it’s fun and Sandow is great in that role. Miz takes home the title tonight. The match between Rollins and Reigns didn’t happen due to Roman Reigns needing surgery. This is a real shame but I hope Roman is back before long. I thought we’d get a match between Rollins and Ambrose but it never officially gets underway.
Rusev beats Mark Henry continuing his awesome run. This is Rusev’s biggest victory yet, although Henry is just a part-timer these days. Rusev’s recent feuds with Big E and Jack Swagger have continued over a couple of pay per views so I wouldn’t be surprised to see this feud with Mark Henry carry on to Hell In A Cell. There is a huge rub at stake for whoever is the man to defeat Rusev. Not a great match though. Randy Orton beats Chris Jericho in a result I was expecting. This match was decent enough. It just feels like Chris Jericho is floating at the moment. Not involved in any major storylines, this feels like two men with nothing else to do. Randy never seems far from the main event at the moment.
AJ Lee beats Paige to become WWE Divas champion again. This title, like the Intercontinental Championship, feels like it is being passed back and forth too much. Paige beat AJ on her debut after Wrestlemania, AJ won the title back on Raw, Paige won the title back at Summerslam and now AJ is the champion again. I’m not sure all of the title changes were necessary. But AJ is champion again now and her rivalry with Paige will continue I’m sure. I fee like the Bella Twins are going to go one on one any time soon but they may keep that until Survivor Series. And in the main event John Cena actually beat Brock Lesnar but it was by disqualification when Seth Rollins got involved. That means Brock keeps the title and goes back to being part time. It’ll be weird having PPV’s where the WWE Championship isn’t defended in the main event. I’m guessing we’ll get a feud between John Cena and Seth Rollins going forward. Overall a good show, one of the better PPV’s in recent memory.
Overall Rating: 65.35/100 (ranked joint 45th out of 306)
Match Of The Night: The Usos vs. Gold & Stardust, Sheamus vs. Cesaro, John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar
Worst Match Of The Night: Mark Henry vs. Rusev
Surprise Of The Night: AJ Lee & Miz win titles back
Worst Booking Of The Night: Back and forth Intercontinental and Divas Championships
Superstar Of The Night: Seth Rollins
Night Of Champions 2014 will Be Remembered For: The Brock Lesnar/John Cena match