Don't miss WWE's Night of Champions pay-per-view (PPV), streamed live on WWE Network!
Live from Nashville, Tennessee's Bridgestone Arena, the show features the anxiously anticipated rematch between John Cena and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar. The Beast shockingly dismantled Cena last month at SummerSlam to win the title and many, including Lesnar's Advocate Paul Heyman and COO Triple H have questioning the Cenation leader's decision to request another shot at the former UFC Heavyweight champ.
As the name implies, every title honored by WWE will be on the line at this PPV. Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler will defend his belt against the man he defeated for it, The Miz. The queen of the Divas division, Paige, not only has to face the rival she has twice taken the title from in AJ Lee, but also Stephanie McMahon's chosen challenger, Nikki Bella. Long-reigning tag champs Jimmy & Jey Uso square off against another set of brothers in face paint, Star & Goldust. And the United States title will either stay with Irishman Sheamus or leave with Swiss Cesaro when those two giants clash.
Speaking of giants and the U.S. of A., Mark Henry is the latest Superstar who is tired of hearing Rusev and Lana run down the Stars & Stripes. He'll try to shut them up by inducting them into the Hall of Pain at Night of Champions. And Chris Jericho will try to shut up old foe Randy Orton as one of the last things he does during his latest WWE run.
All of that will be preceded by an hour long Kickoff featuring Captain Charisma himself, Christian, at 7:00PM ET/4:30PM PT, airing on WWE Network and YouTube (among other places - like right here at cSs!), while the main broadcast will begin at 8PM ET/5PM PT.
For all the ways to watch this annual event, sign-up at WWE.com, or consult you cable or satellite provider.