WWE presented Night of Champions on Sunday, September 20th, a Pay Per View where every title in the company was defended. In addition, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose needed to find a mystery partner to even the odds in their war with The Wyatt Family. But most important of all, Seth Rollins wrestled in back-to-back matches against two legends of the sport in an attempt to defend both the United States and WWE World Heavyweight titles. In the end, matches took place, championships changed hands, and we all learned a thing or ten, as evidenced by this list.
10. Kevin Owens Is Going To Be Okay
There was a great deal of worry after Kevin Owens came up short in his feud with John Cena and quest to win the United States title. With Owens absolutely shining on the ring and in promos, it was clear that WWE had found a main event heel, and it seemed like they might be missing an opportunity. Well, after beating Ryback at Night of Champions, Owens once again has a prize to fight for, and it seems like his future as a big deal in WWE is fairly secure. More importantly, after months of being trapped in a boring and plodding feud involving Ryback and The Big Show, the Intercontinental title is back on someone who can actually put on excellent matches. Hopefully, the title is once again on the way to a level of respectability that we were promised back at WrestleMania when Daniel Bryan won the belt.http://www.cagesideseats.com/2015/9/20/9362397/kevin-owens-vs-ryback-who-won-intercontinental-title-wwe-night-of-champions-2015 Source: cagesideseats.com