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Fans were shown entering the arena as Josh Mathews introduced the pre-show and the panel with Booker T, Alex Riley, and Santino Marella. The announcers previewed the tag team turmoil match. Riley predicted a title change. Santino told the world that the Uso's are twin brothers. Funny... Renee Young checked in from the social media room and hyped a poll for favorite tag team champions...
Backstage, Paul Heyman was seated on a crate looking concerned when Brad Maddox walked into the picture and asked if everything is okay. Heyman expressed his concern and blamed Maddox for putting a middle aged father of two in the ring against Punk. Heyman threatened to get himself disqualified and then have Punk sued for felonious assault if he touched him after the bell. Maddox responded by making it a No DQ match...
The announcers discussed the World Hvt. Championship match and the role Ricardo Rodriguez can plan in helping Rob Van Dam because he knows Alberto Del Rio so well. Yes, really.
1. The Prime Time Players vs. The Uso Brothers vs. The Real Americans (w/Zeb Colter) vs. Tons of Funk vs. Heath Slater and Drew McIntyre (w/Jinder Mahal) in a Tag Team Turmoil match for a shot at the WWE Tag Team Championship. Cameron and Naomi did not accompany The Players to ringside. McIntyre flipped over the top rope and onto Tensai at ringside. McIntyre landed awkwardly and was slow to get up, but he eventually did and seemed fine. Tensai rolled up McIntyre a short time later for the win. Tons of Funk eliminated 3MB in 1:35.
The Real Americans were out next and put the boots to Tensai. [C] Clay now has dinosaur spikes on the back of his gear. Jack Swagger forced Brodus Clay to tap to the ankle lock. The Real Americans eliminated Tons of Funk in 5:45.
The Uso Brothers were out next to face The Real Americans. [C] Swagger caught one of the Uso's coming off the top rope and applied the ankle lock for the submission win. The Real Americans eliminated The Uso Brothers in 9:20.
The Prime Time Players were the final entrants. Swagger caught Darren Young the ankle lock quickly, but Young rolled out of it and flipped Swagger into the corner. Swagger's momentum caused him to bounce out of the corner and into Young, who performed his finisher and got the win for his team.
The Prime Time Players won the Tag Team Turmoil match in 11:10.
The panel discussed the Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan main event. Santino picked Orton to win, Booker picked Bryan, and Riley selected Orton. Mathews closed out the pre-show...
WWE Night of Champions PPV Coverage
The show opened with a video package that featured cool black and white photos of past champions while the narrator spoke about what it means to be a champion...
Pyro went off on the stage and then Michael Cole checked in on commentary along with Jerry Lawler and JBL. Cole said it was a night to celebrate those who are the best. Justin Roberts introduced WWE COO Triple H, who received some boos (and maybe some groans too).
Triple H welcomed fans to Night of Champions, which drew some cheers from the fans. He said that that he believes the fans want what he wants out of the main event. He said to show that he's not as villainous as he is portrayed, there will be no interference in the main event. He specified that there would be no interference from Big Show or The Shield or anyone else.
Triple H gave the fans the "Are You Ready" line. Paul Heyman interrupted him and walked to the ring with Curtis Axel. He said he's been trying to reach Hunter all week. Heyman said he didn't want to do this in public, but he has a serious problem with what Hunter feels is best for business. Hunter told Heyman that he looks terrible and questioned when the last time he slept and showered was.
Heyman got worked up, but quickly calmed down and apologized for raising his voice to "a man in your position." Heyman continued to kiss Hunter's ass before saying he feels he made one serious error in judgement by putting him in the ring with Punk. The fans chanted Punk's name. Heyman said Punk doesn't want to wrestle him, he wants to hurt him to the point that he will never be seen in WWE again.
Heyman begged Hunter to cancel the handicap elimination match. Hunter said Heyman made some good points and then asked him if it has anything to do with the fact that his match was made a No DQ match. "Yes," Heyman replied. Hilarious. Hunter said Heyman has no reason to be afraid because he doesn't have to tag in if he doesn't want to. He said that if Heyman believes in Curtis Axel, then there shouldn't be a problem. "You do believe in Curtis Axel, don't you?"
Heyman never had to answer. Hunter said the match is staying."Is there no more honor amongst thieves," Heyman asked. Axel took the mic and asked Hunter if he thinks it's funny. "What's wrong with you?" Axel asked. He said he became a Paul Heyman guy on May 20 and beat Hunter in a match that night on Raw. "Wow, you actually even remember the date," Hunter replied.
Hunter told Axel not to poke the bear. He recalled that it's Night of Champions and all championships are supposed to be defended. Hunter said Axel is going to defend the Intercontinental Title against the first person he faces when he walks backstage. He told Axel not to go anywhere because the match was up next. As Hunter headed backstage, Heyman stated that the match would be fought under protest. Heyman questioned Axel off mic regarding what he said to Hunter...
1. Curtis Axel (w/Paul Heyman) vs. Kofi Kingston for the Intercontinental Title. Axel threw a good dropkick at Kingston, who came back a short time later with a dive off the top rope and onto Axel on the floor. Axel cut off Kofi's offensive run by tripping him up on the top rope.
Kingston went on his offensive flurry as they topped the 10:00 mark. He went for his Trouble in Paradise kick, but Axel ducked it and threw a series of shoulder blocks into Kingston. Kofi went for a springboard move, but Axel caught him on the way down with a good dropkick for a good near fall. Heyman cringed and the announcers noted that the longer the match goes the worse it is for Heyman.
Kofi went for the SOS, but Axel shoved him away. Kofi went for the Thunder in Paradise, but Axel avoided it. Kofi caught him with SOS and covered him. The production team blew another one by missing it as Axel kicked out of what seemed like a good near fall. At 13:30, Kingston ended up on Axel's shoulders. Axel dropped him on the top rope and finished him off with his apparently unnamed inverted neckbreaker finisher...
Curtis Axel defeated Kofi Kingston to retain the Intercontinental Title in 13:55.
Chris Jericho won the poll for the the greatest Intercontinental Chapion with 63 percent of the vote over Honky Tonk Man, Pat Patterson, Curt Hennig, and Rick Rude...
Backstage, Rob Van Dam spoke with Ricardo Rodriguez, who had his arm in a sling. RVD had Ricardo translate things in Spanish for him. He concluded with World Hvt. Champion and Ricardo told him it's simply RVD...
In another part of the backstage area, A.J. Lee skipped up to Alicia Fox, Aksana, and Layla. Alicia and Aksana told her that they are done being in her army and walked away. Layla said she was going to talk to the other two and ran off, leaving Lee hanging as she tried to tell her the match was next...
The announcers spoke at ringside and mentioned The Sheik since they were in Detroit. They set up a poll for best Divas Champion that featured Moolah, Wendi Richter, Trish Stratus, Lita, and Michelle McCool. Trish won with 56 percent, while Lita brought in 29 percent...
The announcers recapped the recent Divas events from Raw...
2. A.J. Lee vs. Natalya vs. Naomi vs. Brie Bella in a Fatal Four Way for the Divas Championship. Brie wore a rainbow themed outfit that apparently the fans voted for. Lee tried to flee, but the other three caught up to her and took turns running her into the guardrail. They took her back inside the ring only to have Brie toss her to the floor and then clothesline the other two.
Naomi went for a cross body block off the top rope onto Natalya and overshot. It was hard to tell whether it was intentional or not. After a bunch of chaos, Natalya managed to put the Sharpshooter on Naomi and Brie simultaneously, but A.J. broke it up with a kick to the back of the head. A.J. applied the Black Widow on Natalya, who tapped out.
A.J. Lee defeated Natalya in 5:35.
A O'Reilly auto parts ad aired... The broadcast team threw it up to the panel for more discussion on the World Hvt. Championship match. Back at ringside, Lawler mocked the panel...
3. Alberto Del Rio vs. Rob Van Dam (w/Ricardo Rodriguez) for the World Heavyweight Championship. RVD's music played for his intro and they skipped the awful personal ring announcement routine. Good call. They saved the introduction for in the ring, which was quicker and fine.
RVD went for Rolling Thunder, but Del Rio rolled out of the way before the splash. Del Rio caught him with the Backstabber for a two count. At 8:40, Del Rio went for the reverse superplex, but RVD elbowed out of it and followed up with a summersault off the top. Del Rio came right back with a backbreaker.
At 10:35, RVD caught Del Rio with a split-legged moonsault for a two count. The crowd was pretty flat, but Ricardo was able to get a minor RVD chant started. Del Rio silenced the fans with an armbreaker and a superkick onto a kneeling RVD, which led to a two count.
RVD came back and went for a Five Star Frogsplash, but Del Rio put his knees up. Del Rio immediately applied the Cross Arm Breaker. A loud RVD chant started as Van Dam tried to reach for the ropes and eventually got there, which drew a nice reaction from the crowd.
Del Rio didn't release the hold before the referee's five count, so he was disqualified. After the match, Del Rio worked over RVD and wound up for a chair shot, but Ricardo snuck in and stopped him. RVD roughed up Del Rio and then performed the Van Terminator with Ricardo holding the chair for him...
Rob Van Dam defeated Alberto Del Rio by DQ in 13:25.
Backstage, Paul Heyman told Curtis Axel that he won't be around to help him if he's left in the ring with Punk. Heyman said Axel made an enemy in Triple H, but he can fix that if he's around. "I won't be here if I'm left alone with C.M. Punk," Heyman stressed. Axel asked Heyman if he believes in him. Heyman said he's believed in him since day one. "And tonight I need you to believe in yourself," Heyman concluded...
The broadcast team set up the results of the best World Hvt. Champion poll. Booker T beat out Ric Flair, Undertaker, Edge, and Batista...
Backstage, Triple H explained to Randy Orton why he opted for no interference during his match. Hunter said he wants to make sure he made the right choice when he picked him to be the face of WWE. "You did," Orton replied...
Miz Vs. Fandango
Back & Forth action then at the end Fandango landed a Leg Drop to the back of the head of Miz. Fandango goes to the top rope but misses the 2nd leg drop & the miz covers him for 2. Fandango rolls him up for 2 but Miz locks in the Figure Four Leg Lock for the win.
Winner: The Miz
2 on 1 No DQ Handicap Match: CM Punk Vs. Curtis Axel & Paul Heyman
They both start out with kendo sticks & Punk gets the advantage early on. Punk chokes him with the stick then uses it as a neck breaker then nails a suicide dive to the outside. He sends him into the ring & toys with him. A thumbs down & is about to hit him with the stick but Axel low blows him to save Heyman. Axel continues to beat him down then brings a table into the mix. Axel sets a table up in the corner & goes for a suplex but Punk blocks & reverse it & goes for one but Axel reverse & just suplex him on the mat for a count of 2. Axel tries to spear punk into the chair in the corner but misses. Punk catches him with a heel kick then a neck breaker to get momentum, He hits the knee in the corner followed by a clothesline. He goes up top for the elbow but Axel rolls out of the ring. Punk goes for a suicide dive to the outside but Axel hits him in the head with a chair. Back in the ring after some action Punk hits him in the ribs with the stick followed with the GTS then locks in the anaconda Devise to eliminate Axel. Heyman takes off running through the crowd & back in the ring where Punk finally gets his hands on him. Punk hits him several times with the stick. Punk hand cuffs his hands behind him, then goes on to hit him several times with the stick. Ryback gets in the ring & spears Punk through a table! Ryback has Heyman cover Punk for the win.
Winner: Paul Heyman
U.S Title Match: Dean Ambrose (c) Vs. Dolp Ziggler
Some mat wrestling to kick things off, Ziggler with several Elbows then some chops in the corner. Ambrose with Right hands & a Alabama slam. Ambrose puts him in a head lock but Ziggie fights out & rolls him up for 2 but Ambrose does one of his own then goes for suplex but blocked. Ziggie goes up top but Ambrose lands some right hands. They fight on the top rope & Ambrose hits a suplex off the top for a count of 2. Ambrose goes back up but Ziggie hits a face smasher for a count of 2. Ziggie misses a right hand & gets rolled up for 2. Ambrose misses in the corner & Ziggie lands several punches in the corner & connects with a clothesline for 2. Dolp locks in the sleeper hold but Ambrose reverse it into a side walk slam for 2. Ambrose with right hands but misses a drop kick & Dolp goes for fameaser & Ambrose rolls him up for 2. Right back up where Ziggler connects with Fameaser for a count of 2. coming back in the ring Ambrose catches him with a kick but Ziggie rolls him up for 2. Dolp misses the splash in the corner then Ambrose hits his finisher for the win.
Winner & Still Champion: Ambrose
Tag Team Title Match: The Shield (c) Vs. Prime Time Players
O'Neil & Rollins start things off where O'neal press slams him then a leg drop for a count of 2. The challengers control most of the match until They attack Young & the shield get control. A lot of quick tags in & out. They send Young to the outside & more beat down. Young hits a belly to belly on Rollins but Reigns breaks it up but misses a splash in the corner. O'Neil gets the hot tag & he clears house. O'Neil goes for a suplex but Rollins catches him with a kick but O'Neil nails a powerbomb. Reigns takes out Young then O'Neil is busy with Rollins & out of nowhere O'Neil is speared by Reigns for the Shield to retain.
Winner & Still Champions: The Shield
WWE Title Match: Randy Orton (c) Vs. Daniel Bryan
lock up, Orton with a head lock take over then a shoulder block with some taunting. Bryan with a knee to the ribs then some kicks in the corner. Bryan works the left arm but Orton lands some right hands. A back breaker from Orton, he clotheslines him in the corner twice. Orton in full control until Orton takes him down & lands right hands but Orton with a heavy clothesline. Ten punches in the corner but when he irish whips him in the corner Bryan nails a clothesline. Bryan with a drop kick in the corner then several kicks in the corner. Bryan with a hurricanronna off the top rope then Orton rolls to the outside & Bryan nails a suicide dive to the outside. Back in the ring where Bryan comes off the top rope with a drop kick but Orton roll out of the ring where Bryan nails another suicide dive. Orton goes out again & Bryan goes for a third but Orton lands a forearm shot. Orton hits a DDT off the apron onto the floor. Back in the ring Orton calls for the end but when he goes for RKO its blocked & Bryan drop kicks him into the Referee. Bryan goes for the yes lock as another Referee comes into the ring & Orton lands a snap suplex for a count of 2. Out of nowhere Bryan locks in the Yes lock but Orton gets to the ropes. Bryan with several kicks in the corner but misses the drop kick in the corner. Orton places him on the top rope & goes for a suplex but Bryan drop him balls first. Bryan puts him head first upside down & lands a drop kick followed by him going for a back suplex but Orton fights him off. Bryan like a bunny goes back up top & hits a suplex but Bryan held on to the top rope & lands the head butt for a count of 2. Original Referee is back in the ring, Bryan kicks him several times but on the head kick Orton reverses it into a German suplex. Orton goes for RKO but Blocked & Bryan nails a big head kick. Bryan with a knee to the face to win the title.
Winner & New WWE Champion: Daniel Bryan
Bryan celebrated with the fans as the PPV goes off the air.
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