WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins vs. Sting
The Vigilante, Sting, is back, and he’s coming for Seth Rollins’ WWE World Heavyweight Title. For the first time in his legendary career, The Man Called Sting will challenge for WWE’s top prize, as he gets set to face The Architect Sunday, Sept. 20 at WWE Night of Champions, live on WWE Network. WWE COO Triple H announced the blockbuster match Aug. 24 on WWE Network, moments after Sting shockingly reappeared on Raw to interrupt the unveiling of a Seth Rollins statue commissioned by The Authority. The statue was to celebrate Rollins’ United States Championship win over John Cena the night before at SummerSlam. Making his first appearance since WrestleMania — where he lost to Triple H after The Game struck him with a sledgehammer — The Icon not only dropped Rollins on Raw, but he also picked up the treasured WWE World Heavyweight Championship and stared down The Game, making his objective abundantly clear.
A six-time WCW World Champion, Sting has never before challenged for a title in WWE, let alone the WWE World Heavyweight Title, but he has been a recurring threat to The Authority. Starting with his WWE debut at last year’s Survivor Series — during which he helped oust Triple H & Stephanie from power, albeit briefly—and culminating with his ruining of Rollins’ celebration, Sting has repeatedly made his presence felt. Will The Architect be able to survive The Vigilante’s onslaught at Night of Champions? Or can The Icon add another accolade — the biggest in all of sports-entertainment — to his incredible resume, transforming the state of WWE as we know it? Watch this historic showdown when it airs live at Night of Champions Sunday, Sept. 20, only on the award-winning WWE Network.
WWE SummerSlam 2015 Match Card
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Wrestling Observer Newsletter
WWE Night of Champions is still a few weeks away, but the company only has one match announced (John Cena Vs. Brock Lesnar) and WWE will be adding more matches to the PPV leading up to the show. According to the Observer Newsletter, here is what is being discussed in WWE right now.
* Nikki Bella vs. Brie Bella
* Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
* The Usos vs. Goldust and Stardust for the WWE Tag-Team Championship
* Paige vs. AJ Lee for the WWE Divas Championship
* Bray Wyatt Vs. Chris Jericho
* Bo Dallas Vs. Jack Swagger
Those matches are expected to be made official within the coming weeks. There is speculation that Seth Rollins with team up with Kane to take on Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose at the PPV. Ambrose is out due to filming a movie for WWE Studios, but will be back before Night of Champions. There is no word on who or even if Randy Orton will be a part of the PPV. Rusev Vs. Mark Henry is being discussed, but sources say that the two Superstars are not scheduled to face off at NOC PPV as of this week.