Strangely enough, Night of the Champions, set for Sunday, Sept. 15, only has five confirmed matches. A sixth match, as well as a seventh involving members of the Shield, is expected as well. The pay-per-view is billed as the show that puts each of the WWE's titles on the line, so it would seem that more will be added on SmackDown or the night of the pay-per-view.
As of now, the only title that doesn't have an angle is Dean Ambrose's U.S. championship. Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins will likely take on the winners of the Tag Team Turmoil match.
That match couldn't be simulated because WWE '13 doesn't allow for the stipulations. Thus, I could only do four of the confirmed matches.
For the sake of predictions, I'm betting the Prime Time Players come out on top. It is clear that they are getting the most significant push of the four teams involved. We all know 3MB is there to be doormats; the Usos' push vanished for no apparent reason, Tons of Funk are a comedy act and the Real Americans bore most people to death.
With all that established, here's a look at the four simulated matches.