WWE World Heavyweight title match not ending Night of Champions?

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We are just over a week away from Night of Champions and the much awaited WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Seth Rollins and Sting.

The WCW legend will challenge for the title that he has never captured for the first time in his career and opinions are divided about his chances.

Big message sent?

The night will feature a double main event with Rollins defending one of his titles against Sting and also defending his United States Championship against John Cena.


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The opinion amongst most fans is that Rollins is destined to lose at least one of his titles at Night of Champions but the question is, which one?

Well rumours are that one match is going to be the final match of the night and it could prove to give us a bit of an insight into which title that may be.

It is almost an unwritten rule that when there is a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match, it is the main event and ends the show.

The only instances when this rule changes is when there is another heavyweight clash on the match card like The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar was at Summer Slam.

The latest rumour however claims that once again the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match will not be closing out the show.

John Cena vs Seth Rollins is expected to end the show and sends the message that it could be the match to pay attention to.

If Cena vs Rollins is going to end the show, that seems to suggest that any controversial endings will occur in this match as oppose to the Sting vs Rollins match.

Possible cash in?

We have been teased for several weeks now about a possible cash in from Mr Money in the Bank Sheamus and some feel we could see it at Night of Champions.

A cash in would give the WWE a chance to give Sting the title he has never held but also not keep the title on a part time superstar like they did with Brock Lesnar last year.

However if Sting does win, will they really want his title reign to last just minutes and have it end at the hands of a Money in the Bank cash in?

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