WWE Night of Champions 2013: Smart Swerves That Would Stun Fans

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WWE Night of Champions 2013: Smart Swerves That Would Stun Fans

If you are like me, you are still giddy about the turn of events from SummerSlam Sunday night. And if you are like me, you are bracing yourself for more that just may happen at the Night of Champions pay-per-view in a little over three weeks from now.

The WWE will be rocking in Detroit and more exciting than a new episode of Pawn Stars (by the way, Les would make a great heel manager).

The WWE cannot and will not stop at the the coronation of Randy Orton as the new WWE champion and the reformation of The Corporation by the McMahon family. It is only a matter of time before the clan adds members and takes victories away from WWE Superstars in the most cruel and unusual ways.

You can thank the “Hounds of Justice,” The Shield for that. As the new henchmen and muscle of the long-awaited new stable in the WWE, they will inject their own kind of brutality on WWE Superstars who want to test their machismo.

It looks like Daniel Bryan will have a can of whoop ass opened on him every week until he either pulls a “Sting-like” move and climbs to the rafters and watches as others are pummeled or another part of the program has the former WWE champion fighting back with other members of the company at his side.

That is unlikely to happen for awhile.

As we inch closer to Night of Champions, what new feuds will take place? Who will challenge for both the WWE and World titles? Will there be other members of The Corporation added to the roster? Can Paul Heyman find another one of his “guys” to take the fight to CM Punk? And finally, what kind of impact will this revelation have on the company moving forward?

There will be some swerves that come out of Night of Champions—there has to be. The WWE cannot stun us all like it did at SummerSlam and leave us hanging off a cliff. The swerve was one of the best ever and ranks up there with CM Punk’s shoot interview, him walking out of Chicago with the WWE title and Mark Henry faking his own retirement to attempt to beat John Cena.

Here are some swerves that would leave us with our jaws hitting the floor.

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