Not everyone can be CM Punk or Brock Lesnar. The performance by the two WWE superstars is still running through my head. I was worried at first about how the match between David and Goliath would fare, but both men lived up to the hype.
Now, as the WWE moves on with the Corporation angle, there is no John Cena for four to six months and Randy Orton is finally the bad boy of the company, we can focus on Night of Champions and the matches that will take place.
Not every match, however, is going to be a "CM Punk-type" of match. The thought of Punk, who will more than likely face Curtis Axel at Night of Champions, could prove to be a dud for both wrestlers when this angle has so much more to offer the fans.
And to think it is just a sideshow now that Daniel Bryan is facing the McMahon family by himself.
Because 50 percent of the titles in the WWE now reside in the stable of the Corporation, it will be hard-pressed to find winners in matches other than Orton or the Shield that mean anything. The three other titles in the company (the Intercontinental Title, the World Title and the Divas Title) are all worn by heels, which means the company must figure out how to balance the power of champions over the course of the next four months, John Cena's return or whichever comes first.
There will be some good matches at Night of Champions. There will be some great matches at Night of Champions, and there will be some bad matches at Night of Champions. Here are the wrestlers who will not have a good night in Detroit.