There are several matches that need to be added for WWE's Night of Champions.
In the past, the gimmick of the pay-per-view was to have all title matches. This won't and shouldn't be the case this year.
The two world titles will be defended and given the gravity of the WWE Championship storyline, it will fulfill the billing of being a night for champions to stand tall.
In addition to the WWE Championship match, there are three other matches already officially announced. Two of the three have a title on the line.
Here are three more matches that should be added to the card.
The Shield holding the tag team titles is good. They're a strong force. Who could beat them for the titles? I've heard this question asked many times by fans.
Initially, it seemed Big Show and Mark Henry were on the path to challenge for the titles. Henry has gotten injured, which seems to have altered those plans.
The Prime Time Players are popular and riding the momentum of consistent television time and wins. After several shows of singles matches against Jack Swagger or Antonio Cesaro, WWE seems to have detoured from that story as they realize PTP are the best options to challenge for the tag titles.
They got placed in a tag team match on Raw where they were given ample amount of time to look strong.
PTP battling The Shield could provide an interesting tag feud. It will also be a complement to the chaotic line that is being drawn between the alliance with Triple H that The Shield has and the rest of the WWE roster.
Ryback is a guy everyone loves to hate. Dolph Ziggler is a guy everyone loves to love. We saw Ziggler get taken advantage of by Ryback after being attacked by The Shield.
This is a conflict that must continue and is worthy of 10 minutes on the Night of Champions pay-per-view card.
Both guys are too important in the grand scheme of the roster to not be featured on this show. Ryback could be a long-term heel of the future and Ziggler is certainly a work-horse of a babyface for the company to rely on.
Stealing ring attire and a broken nose are some of the elements of the feud with The Miz and Fandango.
I would like to see another match between the two at the pay-per-view, but with a unique stipulation. Have a match where The Miz can't hit or kick Fandango in the face.
This would play off of the broken nose Fandango suffered courtesy of The Miz and protects Fandango face. SummerSlam 1992 featured this stipulation with Rick “The Model” Martel and a very young “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. The two were battling for the attention of Sensational Sherri and she requested neither man compromise their good looks by hitting each other in the face.
This feud would be good to have Fandango talk about his looks and talents. I'd like to see Fandango cause havoc on The Miz, costing him one or two matches. This prompts The Miz wanting another piece of Fandango, who refuses to be hit in the face.
There is nothing fresh about seeing the two in matches together as they've had several recently. This stipulation brings new interest to the match to see how they work around The Miz not being able to make contact to Fandango's face. It also allows something creative to be done for the finish.