Night of Champions from Seth Rollins' perspective

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As a WWE fan, what's your perception of this year's edition of the 'Night of Champions' pay-per-view?

Rollins' big night

It's just one out of the 12 annual WWE PPVs. Anything more? Maybe Sting is in this time? What else? That is how someone sitting in the arena or someone watching WWE on TV looks at this.

But there is one man who looks at it in an altogether different dimension. He is none other than your WWE World Heavyweight Champion and US Champion, Seth Rollins.


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Is Night of Champions really that important for Rollins? No! It's not just important rather it's a game changer. It doesn't matter how you feel about the match card for NOC but for Rollins, it means a lot.

Two matches on the same night against two icons for two prestigious Championships. What else could anyone ask for? Many might feel that this is a little too much to engage him in two matches on the same night but this is an obvious stroke of serendipity to Seth.

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Huge chance

This event defines what Seth means to the company. You can't simply pick someone to face a WCW icon and a 15 time World Champion on the same night.

All this means that Seth Rollins has it all, and the future is surely his. WWE truly believes this chap's potential and that is the reason why all this is happening now.

Add to the situation with the presence of Sheamus, who can involve himself in the match whenever he wants, and it all boils down to a virtual three-on-one match.

This is a match that could change the landscape of the company. Rollins has everything to protect whereas Sting and Cena have nothing to lose. So, how does Seth perceive this? An opportunity to beat three big guys on the same night and make this a career defining night, or grovel to the psychological obstacles and make this a nightmare?

What's important now is Seth's perception combined with in-ring perfection. Game on. Good luck Seth!

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