It's time for Night of Champions! (Minus the Intercontinental and United States titles, of course.)
For the first time in months, the overall pay-per-view doesn't feel that exciting. Going from John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan to Bryan vs. Randy Orton is a bit of a drop.
Even bigger is CM Punk's drop from fighting Brock Lesnar to taking on Curtis Axel. Still, it's hard to judge how good a pay-per-view will be ahead of time; perhaps the show could surprise.
Before SmackDown, WWE only had five advertised matches. Five? That's it? There's more matches on a regular commercial-interrupted episode of Raw. Well, if you have an extra $50 laying around maybe you don't mind paying $10 per advertised match.
I went 7-1 last month to bring my all-time Bleacher Report WWE pay-per-view prediction record to 53-14-1.
Time to put that all on the line as we take one last look at Night of Champions.