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PPV Result: Seth Rollins def. John Cena to become the first man to hold the U.S. Title & The WWE Title at the same time.
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Seth Rollins vs. John Cena (For the US Title)
Though his quest for a 16th World Championship has been put on hold, John Cena’s waist is no longer undecorated. The Cenation leader dethroned Seth Rollins with an Attitude Adjustment to reclaim the United States Championship at WWE Night of Champions.
Though Rollins had a WWE World Heavyweight Championship battle with Sting still ahead, he did not hold back in bringing the fight right to Cena, stunning the 15-time World Champion with a flipping neckbreaker in the early moments of the match. The confident Architect trash-talked his challenger before catching a big right hand to the jaw. Rollins stopped Cena’s attempted offense in its tracks with a sleeper hold, then attempted to cave Cena’s chest in with a devastating double stomp off the top turnbuckle.
Perhaps seeking to save his energy for his showdown with The Vigilante, Rollins turned his attention to the sold-out crowd in Houston, taunting the WWE Universe. That nearly cost the United States Champion his title, as Cena nearly pinned him with a surprise roll-up.
Rollins looked to be a step ahead of Cena as the bout wore on, cutting Cena off before he could hit the Five Knuckle Shuffle on several occasions. The Cenation leader fought back, preventing Rollins from hitting the Pedigree, while surprising the WWE Universe with several moves outside of his trademark arsenal, including a flipping powerbomb and a hurricanrana.

Cena looked to have Rollins in position for an Attitude Adjustment, but the United States Champion flipped , landed on his feet and staggered Cena with a series of superkicks. The Architect brought the fight to Cena on the floor, connecting with a dive over the ropes, but ate canvas on an attempted frog splash.
The resilient Cena refused to give in, catching Rollins with a tornado DDT off the ropes before rolling to the apron to collect himself. A desperate Rollins trapped Cena as he scaled the ropes, suplexing his challenger to the mat, then holding on and lifting the heavier Cena up for a second consecutive suplex. Rollins may have thought he had the 15-time World Champion on the ropes, but the wily veteran soon trapped the champion in the STF.

The Architect escaped and tussled with Cena on the mat, muscling Cena up for a powerbomb into the corner. Rollins attempted to hit the Pedigree, and then Cena’s own finishing maneuver. However, Cena wriggled free from Rollins’ grasp and hit a reverse suplex. Cena followed up with a leg drop off the top rope and the Attitude Adjustment to win his fifth United States Championship.
After the bell, Rollins tried to escape his awaiting bout with Sting, clutching his WWE World Heavyweight Championship closely. But Cena blocked Rollins’ path and ensured the WWE Universe would get to see the highly anticipated showdown by planting Rollins with another Attitude Adjustment on the floor and depositing him back in the ring.

Seth Rollins vs. Sting (For the WHC)

Moments after losing his United States Championship to John Cena, Rollins attempted to flee — earning another Attitude Adjustment from Cena — before his WWE World Heavyweight Title main event against Sting could begin. Already a six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, The Vigilante hoped to add WWE’s top prize to his Hall of Fame–worthy legacy. The brash Rollins, meanwhile, sought to prove that he warranted the bronze statue of himself that Sting had destroyed two weeks prior.
Sting kicked off the action with a patented Stinger Splash and Scorpion Deathlock, sending a quick message to Rollins. The WCW icon punished Rollins in the early goings, hurling the champion into the steel steps and the barricade.
The champion attempted to sneak into the crowd, but Sting dragged him onto the announcer’s desk before he could get away. Rollins shoved Sting in an act of desperation, though, pushing him through the adjacent Spanish announce table.
Rollins briefly considered heading to the locker room while Sting laid among the remnants of the table, but he couldn’t pass up the opportunity to sadistically punish a legend and prove his place among the greats.

With Sting reeling from the pain in his back, Seth Rollins continued a frenzied attack with his own Stinger Splash, suplex and powerbomb into the turnbuckle. But Sting would not stay down.
The Vigilante met Rollins’ attempt at a Pedigree by flipping him onto the apron and sending him crashing into the ringside barricade.
The rivals jostled for control, but Sting swung momentum in his favor again with a pair of Stinger Splashes and a clothesline that sent Rollins to the floor. Sting then showed the athleticism that helped turn him into “The Franchise of WCW,” leaping from the top rope. A subsequent Scorpion Death Drop seemingly secured the one title Sting was missing from his collection, but Rollins narrowly got his foot on the ropes to save his reign.
Momentum seemed to be firmly in Sting’s hands, but then the champion exploited Sting’s weakened back with a second powerbomb into the turnbuckles.A WWE Certified Athletic Trainer rushed into the ring while Sting writhed in pain, and the status of the match went up in air.

Sting insisted on continuing the match, so Seth Rollins tried to strike quickly with the Pedigree. Sting countered and cinched in the Scorpion Deathlock, but The Architect managed to reach the ropes to escape. When Sting attempted to lock it in again, Rollins countered the submission hold with a decisive roll-up.
While Rollins cradled his WWE World Heavyweight Title, Sheamus’ music hit and he rushed to the ring with his Money in the Bank contract. Hoping to stop the cash-in, Rollins tried to hit Sheamus with the championship, but Sheamus ducked and connected with a Brogue Kick.
Before the bell could ring for the impromptu match, however, an explosion of fire came at the entrance ramp, signaling Demon Kane’s return. Back in his signature mask, Kane stomped to the ring and chokeslammed his former Authority ally Rollins … and Sheamus, before hitting Rollins with a Tombstone to end Night of Champions.
Rollins entered Houston’s Toyota Center with two titles, but he left with two warnings: Sheamus is quickly becoming impatient with his Money in the Bank contract, and perhaps more terrifying, Kane’s inner monster is more awake than ever.

Published by Ash on September 21st, 2015
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