Night of Champions Tag

Posted On August 31, 2011By StaffIn News

Punk-Nash-Triple H Update, Jerry Lawler Backing Off Vickie & More

- To correct an earlier report, the decision for CM Punk to wrestle Triple H at Night of Champions was actually made over the weekend, not Monday. A “Team Punk vs. Team Triple H” had been discussed for Survivor Series, and that might still happen. Whatever happened during Kevin Nash’s recent medical physical that prevented him from wrestling Punk next month is expected to be resolved – and a match between Punk and Nash is still expected to happen eventually. – Jerry Lawler has been told by WWE producers toRead More

Posted On August 31, 2011By StaffIn News

Updated WWE Night Of Champions PPV Card

With Raw and Smackdown airing already this week, they announced several matches for the Night of Champions pay-per-view. We are already going to see two title matches and a huge superstar returning to the ring! (World Champion) Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry for the World Heavyweight Championship (WWE Champion) Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship Triple H vs. CM Punk Night of Champions will be coming to you live on September 18th at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York.Read More
– Former WWE talent Mark Jindrak, who now competes as Marco Corleone in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), announced on Twitter that he will be trying out for the Mexican baseball league next spring. “It’s official. I’m going to tryout in spring 2012, in the Mexican baseball league,” he wrote. “I’m going pro and I’m going to be a two sport athlete.” — Former WWE Divas Maria Kanellis and Torrie Wilson are advertised to appear at Chiller Theatre, which takes place October 28-30 at Hilton Parsippany One Hilton CourtRead More

Posted On August 30, 2011By StaffIn News

The Reason HHH Is Returning & Why Nash vs. Punk Was Scrapped

On Monday’s RAW, we saw Kevin Nash challenge CM Punk to a match at Night of Champions, only to have the match changed to Triple H vs. CM Punk at the end of the show. Company officials did plan for Nash to wrestle at Night of Champions, however those plans were scrapped after Nash’s recent visit to Pittsburgh for his physicals. While details are still sketchy, something about what the doctors observed made WWE decide against having him work a full match, even with a seasoned performer like Punk, whoRead More

Posted On August 26, 2011By StaffIn News

Possible Card For WWE Night Of Champions PPV In September

- The current plan is to do six title matches and a CM Punk vs. Kevin Nash singles match at the Night of Champions pay-per-view on September 18th from Buffalo, NY. The full match listing hasn’t been confirmed yet but here’s the likely card: World Heavyweight Title Match: Mark Henry vs. Randy Orton WWE Title Match: John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio Divas Title Match: Beth Phoenix vs. Kelly Kelly Intercontinental Title Match: Ezekiel Jackson vs. Cody Rhodes United States Title Match: John Morrison or Alex Riley vs. Dolph ZigglerRead More

Posted On August 22, 2011By StaffIn News

Vickie Managing Swagger, Sin Cara Has A Mo-Hawk?, More

- As previously reported, the original Sin Cara returned to action at last night’s WWE SmackDown! live event in Tacoma, Washington, defeating Tyson Kidd with his ‘Spanish Fly’ move. One fan in attendance noted that it looked as if Cara had a blond mo-hawk under the mask. – Mark Henry won a battle royal on Friday’s SmackDown to become the #1 contender to Randy Orton’s World Heavyweight Title. WWE has not yet announced whether the match will take place at Night of Champions or an upcoming episode of SmackDown. –Read More
iN DEMAND has released the promotional poster for Night of Champions and Randy Orton is featured. The annual pay-per-view event takes place Sunday, September 18 at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. The synopsis reads: “Every Superstar has something to prove. Every WWE Champion has something important to lose. It’s the one night of the year when every championship is on the line! Don’t miss John Cena, Randy Orton, The Miz, Rey Mysterio, and all your favorite WWE Superstars at Night of Champions, Sunday, September 18 at 8pm ET/5pmRead More
– WWE sent an e-mail to mailing list subscribers in the Buffalo, New York area that the pay-per-view event scheduled for Sunday, September 18, 2011 at the HSBC Arena will be Night of Champions. The event was previously not named. Tickets go on sale Saturday, June 25, at 10:00 a.m. via, the HSBC Arena Box Office and charge by phone (888-223-6000). Advertised Superstars include John Cena, Randy Orton, The Miz, Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Alberto Del Rio, Kane, R-Truth, Christian, Sheamus, Wade Barrett and Sin Cara. — Shares ofRead More

Posted On April 24, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

NOC Removed From Event Lineup, Austin Working On New Film

– Jim Ross stated on Twitter that Steve Austin is working on a new action/adventure movie. According to Ross, Austin said the script is “great.” — The FedExForum, the home arena of the Memphis Grizzlies, ran a video of Jerry Lawler cutting a promo prior to their NBA Playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs last night. He said the Grizzlies would pull the strap down on San Antonio, which concluded with his theme song being played. The Grizzlies went on to secure their first home playoff win in franchiseRead More

Posted On October 24, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Match Added To Bragging Rights, WWE’s Divas Title Renamed

– The WWE website has announced that Goldust will square off against Ted DiBiase at tonight’s Bragging Rights pay-per-view. Both Aksana and Maryse will be in their respective man’s corners. — WWE has ceased referencing the Divas Championship as the “Unified Divas Championship.” The championship went under the latter name after Michelle McCool won a Title Unification Match at Night of Champions to “unify” both the WWE Divas and Women’s Titles. — In a first, real-life wife and husband tandem Michelle McCool and The Undertaker are simultaneously featured as theRead More
– World Wrestling Entertainment has confirmed to Yahoo! Sports that they will not be holding their annual Tribute to the Troops event this year. While there are no plans to hold the special event this year from an overseas base, company officials have discussed the possibility of visiting a base in the United States and doing a similar-style event. — Next month on WWE Classics on Demand, WWE “gives thanks” with shows celebrating legends, announcers and matches. The synopsis reads: “All November on WWE Classics On Demand, we feature allRead More

Posted On September 29, 2010By StaffIn News

WWE Retires Another Title, Past Women’s Champions Honored, More

– The WWE World Tag Team Championship, with lineage dating back to 1971, is now considered retired by WWE’s official website. The Hart Dynasty are listed as the championship’s final holders. The active tag team championship, currently held by Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes, dates back to 2002. — WWE Studios’ smash hit Legendary is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, exclusively via Wal-Mart. The DVD version is currently out of stock online. — Last week’s Night of Champions pay-per-view saw Michelle McCool make history by unifying the Women’s andRead More