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The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar – Hell In A Cell Match Official

20 September 2015 10:10 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

During Sunday evening’s WWE Night Of Champions event, a promo aired hyping up Brock Lesnar’s “Go To Hell Tour.” This is the slogan WWE is using for a big-time schedule for October that the company has planned on the WWE Network. Lesnar, who has largely been absent from television since his loss to Undertaker at August’s SummerSlam, will be pivotal figure for the company over the next month.

The promotional video started out by hyping up the previously announced October 3 house show that takes place at Madison Square Garden. That event, which will air live on the WWE Network, will feature Brock Lesnar taking on The Big Show.

Next, it was announced that Lesnar will be the special guest on the Stone Cold Podcast on October 19. This will prove to be one of the longest sit-down interviews that Lesnar has ever taken place in during his career, »

- Ryan Droste

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WWE Night Of Champions Results: 10 Things We Learned

20 September 2015 10:03 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

The 9th WWE Night Of Champions supercard is now in the history books. Going into the show, the main talking point was that Seth Rollins would defend both the WWE World Heavyweight and United States Titles on the same event. During the pre-ppv ‘Kickoff’ show, it was revealed that those bouts would take place back-to-back, with the Us Title match against John Cena coming first.

A lot of time was allotted to Seth’s double duty, and rightfully so. All in all, Rollins wrestled for around 35 minutes across both matches. The main event was gifted to Sting’s crack at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, even though there had been rumours before the show that Rollins vs. Cena would get the nod to go on last.

There’s a glut of big shows coming up. On October 3rd, WWE present ‘Live From Madison Square Garden’, and Hell In A Cell »

- Jamie Kennedy

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WWE Night Of Champions 2015: 8 Shocking Things That Could Happen

17 September 2015 1:58 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

WWE’s Night Of Champions 2015 looks to be one of the more intriguing editions of the Pay-Per-View series in recent memory. Last year, John Cena faced Brock Lesnar in a colossal main event. Aside from that, there really wasn’t all that much else to get excited about on the card. Thankfully, the creative team have written a far more well-rounded mix of stories for 2015.

As things stand, there are 8 matches announced for Night Of Champions. Out of those, 7 are on the main Pay-Per-View portion of the show, with the other existing as a ‘Kickoff’ exclusive to warm up the crowd. It seems unlikely at this point that WWE will add in any other matches, but the real intrigue lies with what has already been confirmed. Given the mix of bout, it seems a dead cert that there will be some shocking moments on the show.

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- Jamie Kennedy

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Updated And Final Card For WWE Night Of Champions

14 September 2015 9:23 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

With WWE Night Of Champions on the horizon this Sunday, the final edition of WWE Raw prior to the PPV aired on Monday night. Coming out of the show, we now know the final card for Sunday’s big event.

While a good majority of the card was already known prior to Monday’s go-home show, a couple of new matches were added to the lineup to round out the card.

Following a disqualification finish in the Nikki Bella vs. Charlotte Divas Championship match during Raw, it was announced that the two would have a rematch at Night Of Champions. This time, if Nikki is disqualified, the title will indeed change hands.

Ryback went out to the ring for a promo during Raw and was interrupted by Kevin Owens. After the two went back and forth in the ring on their microphones, Ryback announced he asked The Authority »

- Ryan Droste

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Seth Rollins Vs John Cena To Go On Last At WWE Night Of Champions?

11 September 2015 1:40 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

There is a rumour that Seth Rollins versus John Cena will be booked as the show closing main event at WWE Night Of Champions.

That would mean Rollins’ WWE Title match against Sting is the show opener.

The placement of Cena in the last match berth would hardly be surprising, but it will raise some eyebrows if the WWE Title and Sting are relegated to a curtain jerker capacity. Plus, surely WWE wouldn’t change the WWE Title in an opening match of a special.

Right now, nothing is a lock. Either match could be the main event, and the rumours going around are probably stemming from the internal booking conversations in WWE. They’re still making their mind up.

Cena has backstage power and shows with him in the main event do better. But from most fan perspectives, the tradition of the WWE Title as the main »

- Grahame Herbert

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