WWE's Night of Champions pay-per-view has always been hit or miss every year, and the latest installment definitely fell into the latter category. While the event was far from terrible, it simply didn't deliver the same way that past pay-per-views have in recent months.
One may say the lifeless Detroit crowd was the reason why the event was as so lackluster, but I think the lack of storytelling and good booking are also to blame. The buildup to the event left a lot to be desired, which is why most of the matches on the card failed to excite many members of the WWE Universe.
Of the six championships defended on the show, only one of them changed hands, when Daniel Bryan defeated Randy Orton to capture the WWE title. However, even that outcome was reversed the next night on Raw after some suspicious activity by the referee in that match.
While watching the show, I noticed a handful of highlights that could be seen as interesting or intriguing to any ordinary WWE viewer. For those of you who know me well, you're aware I have an obsessive knack for fun facts regarding past WWE events.
I'll attempt to entertain and enlighten you with knowledge as I present my observed monumental, record-breaking, history-making moments from this year's Night of Champions event.