WWE Night of Champions 2014 Preview: Matchups & Predictions

Mark Henry vs. Rusev

WWE Night of Champions 2014

Predictions & Winner: Rusev put down “The All-American American” on two separate occasions and he’s been damn near unstoppable ever since his debut. His huge frame must be tested in a real way and we know that Mark Henry will be the man to give him that challenge. Now we know this one won’t be pretty. Rusev and Henry will bounce off of each other like two wrecking balls and exchange the type of stiff strikes that would make anyone cringe. So who do we think we’ll win. No one! This one’s gonna end in a DQ, trust us on that one. This match will get a little too intense and result in the ref having to throw this match out. We totally see both men heading into he next PPV with an even bigger score to settle.

Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton

WWE Night of Champions 2014

Predictions & Winner: So we hear Y2J is about to head out on tour with Fozzy. Simply put, that should tell you everything you need to know about who’g going to win this contest. Randy Orton hasn’t been terribly exciting lately, but he’s managed to put on some good matches here and there. Y2J pulled off some fun bouts against Bray Wyatt and we think he’ll be able to do the same with Orton. Orton wins clean here and continues to run rampant with The Authority. As for Jericho, we think he’s going to take his annual break and come back for revenge later this year.

Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins

WWE Night of Champions 2014

Predictions & Winner: Here’s a shocker of an announcement – Roman Reigns had to undertake a sudden emergency surgery for an incarcerated hernia. Now that we know he’s off the card, we expect Rollins to come down to the ring and gloat about his cheap win. But lo and behold, a returning member of the now deceased Shield faction will make his return – Dean Ambrose! We see him rushing out to the ring and replacing an injured Reigns without a problem. The bell will ring, Dean and Rollins will tear into each other with reckless abandon and we’ll love every second of it. We envision this match breaking down as both men get disqualified, but Dean will get the last laugh on his former ally. Rollins is going to get the worst beating of his life…