WWE Night of Champions: Brock Lesnar and John Cena to fight in massive main event
WWE World Heavyweight Title up for grabs in Nashville
Last Updated: 15/09/14 4:59pm
John Cena will get a rematch with Brock Lesnar at WWE Night of Champions, but Lesnar is adamant that September 21st will be Cena's last night in the Univer
John Cena will try to tame The Beast once again when WWE’s finest pitch up in Nashville.
The Cenation Leader lost to Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam to surrender the WWE World Heavyweight Title, but will get the chance to pinch the gold back at Night of Champions.
That, though, will be easier said than done.
Lesnar made mincemeat of Cena in Los Angeles, dishing out a bevy of suplexes and two F5s before recording a one-side victory, just a matter of months after he stunned the WWE Universe by shattering The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania.
But Cena never backs down from a fight – the likes of Randy Orton, The Rock, Edge, Batista and Triple H will attest to that - and he will fight tooth and nail to overcome Lesnar in Music City and become a 16-time champion of the world.
See if the West Newbury native can do just that by watching WWE Night of Champions at 1am, Sunday, September 21 on Sky Sports 3, or by catching the repeat showing the following evening.
Elsewhere, if hard-hitting brawls are your thing, then you won't want to miss Sheamus versus Cesaro.
Swiss Superman Cesaro earned the right to fight for Sheamus' United States Title by vanquishing Rob Van Dam on a recent episode of Raw and will get his championship match at Night of Champions.
Plus, Dolph Ziggler will defend the Intercontinental Title against The Miz; Paige will put her Divas gong on the line in a Triple Threat Match against AJ Lee and Nikki Bella; and Gold and Stardust will battle The Usos for the WWE Tag Team Championships.
There will also be three non-title grudge bouts in Tennessee, with Randy Orton meeting Chris Jericho, ex-Shield cohorts Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins squaring off, and Rusev tackling Mark Henry.
Watch WWE Night of Champions, live on Sky Sports 3.