WWE Night of Champions 2011: An Analysis of the Main Event
The main event was one for the record books.
There was so much that happened and can be analyzed from the PPV that I myself am not too sure if I can tackle them all. Many people made many appearances and did a heck of a lot of things.
With all of that said and much to talk about, let the analysis of the Night of Champions main event begin...
Triple H Dominated
That much was made clear in this match.
Cm Punk did not defend himself well in this match and did not know what to do against the game. Triple H presented himself as very over powering despite CM Punk's best efforts to put him down. At the beginning of the match CM Punk got the upper hand but not for very long.
Triple H beat CM Punk in the crowd, on the stage, in the ring and was everywhere he went with him. He worked on CM Punk's legs and was able to make them weak with chair shots to them as well as bashing them into the metal poles of the ring.
Overall when it was said and done, no matter what happened, Triple H had CM Punk's number.
Triple H came through with his job on the line and that speaks for itself.
CM Punk Looked Weak
If one man is dominating that means one man is being taken care of. In this case it was CM Punk.
Watching this match I could not see a point where CM Punk was able to amount a big offensive against Triple H besides for the beginning. The rest of the match saw CM Punk getting beaten up, man-handled and just getting the floor wiped with him being the mop.
Perhaps this was suppose to be a message WWE is trying to send to fans that CM Punk is not invincible and he is human. If that was the case they certainly proved that in this match. CM Punk had to lose sometime and was on quite a good streak going into Night of Champions.
With that being said this storyline is not over by a long shot and that has been shown with what will be discussed next.
Awesome Truth Is Not Sure What to Do Anymore
The point of Awesome Truth getting involved was.....?
I could not tell you myself.
Awesome Truth does not know what its purpose anymore outside of causing mayhem and chaos. They expressed that they wanted Triple H to lose and they hoped CM Punk would win. With that being stated fans expected that Awesome Truth would beat up on Triple H in an attempt to screw him over.
They did that but also attacked CM Punk. When they were done they pulled CM Punk on top of Triple H and forced him to count. Triple H was able to kick out and from there took out the Ref. I take that back; they beat the crap out of him and threw him out of the ring.
Triple H and CM Punk were able to get up and take both The Miz and R-Truth out of the ring before Triple H hitting his pedigree. The ref was down and could not be counted and than CM Punk hit his finisher and looked like he would win.
R-Truth pulls him off of Triple H.
Was it not their goal to take out Triple H and remove him as COO? Why would they say that and than take CM Punk off a beaten Triple H?
Maybe it was just improvised and did not realize what was going on but with the way it played out it did not look like it was. One thing that is a fact and that is Awesome Truth actually cost CM Punk.
Something interesting going into RAW.
John Laurinaitis Is Involved as Ever Before
John Laurinaitis was the reason why the match did not end when it could have the first time Triple H hit the pedigree.
He signaled for another Ref to come to the ring and finish the match. When he got there he than told the Ref to try and wake up the other Ref and see if he is okey. It was not until CM Punk hit his GTS did he finally get in the ring and try to count down Triple H before R-Truth interpreted that.
After that John was seen texting on his phone and slowly leaving the site. Shortly after Kevin Nash appeared from the crowd and took care of business.
To me it is too much of one. Johnny Ace has always been involved somehow it seems and only on Raw will the fans get any answers to this possible speculation.
Kevin Nash Is Not Done Yet
Kevin Nash is not done with these two by a long shot.
Fans and people might have known that Kevin Nash was going to interfere in the match but thought maybe he would get only one person. Instead he decided to beat the hell out of both Triple H and CM Punk.
After he disposed of CM Punk he hammered away on Triple H and looked like he was going to jackknife powerbomb him but CM Punk stopped him. I am not too sure why this happened considering this would benefit him.
Kevin Nash than took CM Punk out with a jackknife and continued to take out Triple H. He was clearing the announce table for Triple H and looked like he was going to finish there. Triple H came out of no where with his sledge hammer and knocked Kevin Nash out with it.
After that the match concluded with Triple H hitting his pedigree for the win.
Kevin Nash is not going to take this laying down and he will return. WWE has made that much clear. What he is will do after this is another big mystery and one fans are going to have to wait and see, It might not be on the next Raw but Kevin Nash will appear again.
What Will Happen Next Is Unclear
After the dust as settled and everything has concluded no one knows what is going to happen next.
Too much happened in one match and it involved many people. To pick out who is going to do what to who and for what reason is something fans will have a hard time determining until Raw airs. This is not a bad thing as WWE wants to keep the fans intact that are in love with the storyline.
Normally this is the part where I offer what is going to happen on Raw and where it can go from here. This time around my brain is still trying to compute everything that happened and for what reason. Too many people got involved and Triple H is going to have a lot on his plate when Raw airs.
People are not going to be sure what he is going to say, CM Punk will say, if John Laurinaitis will be implicated, what Awesome Truth is going to do or what will be done to them and if Kevin Nash will show up.
There is so much heading into Raw off of this one match and what WWE will do with it is beyond me. Fans, including myself, can only hope that it continues to get more interesting as the weeks go bye.
Night of Champions itself was a pretty good PPV and the main event was both fun, unpredictable and confusing to say the least.
It was not a bad match, and I will not treat it as one. It helps hype Raw and what will happen there, so I personally cannot wait to see what occurs.
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