Viewership is at its lowest point in years, the PPV market has dried up and a 56-year-old man is wrestling for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Yup, things are certainly looking up for WWE these days. OK, thats a bit harsh. But when Triple H and Stephanie McMahon tried on Raw Monday night to talk about all the great successes the company has had during the past year, they ignored a lot of the very real issues WWE has faced in the six months since WrestleMania XXXI. And thats really the main concern: Were at the midpoint between WrestleManias, and WWE has some serious challenges as it starts rolling toward its signature show of the year. Its not all doom and gloom far from it. There are plenty of bright spots, but its just not really clicking. And its against that backdrop that WWE heads into Night of Champions Sunday night, with every title on the line and a few other marquee bouts on the card. WWE has the opportunity to move things in the right direction in a couple areas, and the pieces could start falling into place. This is a golden opportunity for WWE to turn the page toward the future or it could be a continuation of the same old, same old. With that in mind, lets take a look at some of the burning questions that need to be answered at WWE Night of Champions.