After a very exciting SummerSlam came to a close, the WWE commences at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan on Sunday, September 15th with the Night of Champions pay-per-view.
And so, here's what to expect:
DANIEL BRYAN WILL CONTINUE TO GET BURIED
Let's face it: the Yes Man may very well be over, but is not yet a top money draw when it comes to being a WWE Champion. Expect Randy Orton to retain the WWE title which will set up a potential feud against John Cena heading into either the Survivor Series or TLC once Cena recuperates from his impending elbow surgery while Bryan heads back into mid-card land.
WHO WILL FACE ALBERTO DEL RIO FOR THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP?
After surviving against Christian at SummerSlam, Del Rio will look to continue his dominance heading into Night of Champions. But who's gonna face him? Christian? Dolph Ziggler? Big Show? Mark Henry? Or even Rob Van Dam?
IT'S NOT OVER FOR CODY RHODES AND DAMIEN SANDOW YET
Even though every title has to be defended at Night of Champions doesn't necessarily mean that every match has to be a championship match.
Expect this trend to continue as Rhodes and Sandow will no doubt continue their feud, only this time expect the Money in the Bank briefcase to be on the line.
NEITHER FOR KAITLYN AND A.J. LEE, EITHER
The Chickbusters feud continued at SummerSlam, where Kaitlyn and Ziggler defeated Lee and Big E Langston. Look for the match to be a lumberjill match as a way to promote E's newest hit show, Total Divas.
WHAT'S NEXT FOR CM PUNK?
Since Brock Lesnar is expected to take a sabbatical until next February, what's next for Punk? He could face Paul Heyman's other client Curtis Axel for the Intercontinental Championship, but that would be a step down for Punk since he's one of the top draws in the WWE. We shall see.