The 2015 edition of WWE Night of Champions was an incredibly important event. With three title changes (IC, U.S and Divas) and a great main event, it will be a PPV that is looked back upon with reverence when assessing 2015’s best supershows.
From top to bottom, the card flowed well, and the matches and booking made sense in most cases. We saw an ageing legend turn back the clock, in what could be his last hurrah in a championship situation, other legends return to do battle with the stars of today, and a revolution get some much-needed momentum.
Furthermore, there were numerous surprises that occurred throughout the night. We learned Brock Lesnar will be returning sooner than expected, and that a certain mask-wearing demon is back for revenge (whether we like it or not).
On the wrestling side, Seth Rollins shined from the moment he entered the ring until the broadcast finished, and at last was provided an opportunity to showcase his individual excellence as a World Champion.
Several storylines were pushed forward, albeit cheaply in the case of the Tag Team Titles, and a few young stars were validated with the first championship gold of their WWE careers. So what were the most important conclusions drawn from this year’s Night Of Champions?
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