With Orton and Triple H at the top there's not much room for D-Bry. Photo: WWE.com
Next up, the biggest thing happening in the WWE, Triple H and his new corporation, against the bearded charmer, Daniel Bryan. Bryan and H have been butting heads for a very long time and Bryan will take another run at Randy Orton's title at Night of Champions.
This feud has been solid, starting out of a controversial ending to SummerSlam, featuring some awesome promos and rekindling one of the WWE's best angles ever; a Superstar vs. The Corporation. But will it be solid at Night of Champions? No.
With Cena still on the bench with an injury for a few more months, this feud has to last. Therefore, because Night of Champions isn't exactly a marquee pay-per-view, this one won't be solved in Detroit, which is unfortunate for fans at the Joe Louis Arena and the WWE Universe.
The encounter between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan, which is really more about Triple H and D-Bry, will be extremely similar to what we've seen for the last few weeks. Bryan does good, Triple H screws him over in some way (sending in The Shield, making a stipulation, etc.) and Randy Orton emerges victorious while doing little to no work.
Bryan will eventually get the better of Triple H and his new corporation, but it most likely won't happen until Survivor Series, which means that Night of Champions won't have much to offer that's different from what we've seen so far, which isn't what fans should expect from a pay-per-view.