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WWE Night Of Champions 2013 Results (9/15/13) Detroit, Michigan

Posted By: Elio C. on Sep 15, 2013

Tag Team Turmoil Match:

3MB vs Tons Of Funk

Slater unloads on Clay, Clay with a front slam and back splash. Tensai chases Slater out of the ring. McIntyre with a flip over the top rope onto Tensai. Sunset flip by Tensai. McIntyre with forearms to the back, putting the boots to Tensai. Tensai with a roll up for the three count

Tons Of Funk vs The Real Americans

Cesaro unloads on Tensai. Suplex by Cesaro reverse by Tensai. Clay with a series of clotheslines to Cesaro. T-bone suplex and a big splash in the corner. Clay on the second rope hits the big splash. Swagger knocks Tensai off the apron and Clay takes him out. Clay with a slam to Cesaro and Swagger traps Clay in the Patriot Lock for the tap out

Usos vs Real Americans

The Real Americans sent over the top ropes by The Usos and the Usos with a double suicide dive to the outside. Jimmy with the big splash off the top rope. Swagger with the Patriot Lock for the tap out

Tag Team Turmoil Match: 3MB vs Tons Of Funk

Slater unloads on Clay, Clay with a front slam and back splash. Tensai chases Slater out of the ring. McIntyre with a flip over the top rope onto Tensai. Sunset flip by Tensai. McIntyre with forearms to the back, putting the boots to Tensai. Tensai with a roll up for the three count

Tons Of Funk vs The Real Americans

Cesaro unloads on Tensai. Suplex by Cesaro reverse by Tensai. Clay with a series of clotheslines to Cesaro. T-bone suplex and a big splash in the corner. Clay on the second rope hits the big splash. Swagger knocks Tensai off the apron and Clay takes him out. Clay with a slam to Cesaro and Swagger traps Clay in the Patriot Lock for the tap out

Usos vs Real Americans

The Real Americans sent over the top ropes by The Usos and the Usos with a double suicide dive to the outside. Jimmy with the big splash off the top rope. Swagger with the Patriot Lock for the tap out

Prime Time Players vs The Real Americans

O’Neil with a fallaway slam. Kneelift to Swagger. Swagger with the Patriot Lock and Young with a boot to the face. Swagger sent over the ropes.  Swagger with the Patriot Lock on Young and Young rolls through hits the Gut Check and covers Swagger for the three count

The winners of the tag team turmoil match and #1 Contenders: The Prime Time Players

NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS

We are live from Detroit,, Michigan inside the Joe Louis Arena and this is Night Of Champions and we kick things off with the COO making his way to the ring

Triple H says he’s proud to put his stamp of approval on the matches and Night Of Champions will be a night of history. And to show he’s not the villain and monster everyone thinks he is and that he listens to the WWE Universe, in the WWE Championship match. There will be no interference. Paul Heyman comes out and says he’s left messages with Triple H, Stephanie and his assistants but he has a desperate need to speak with Triple H. Heyman says he has a serious problem with what Hunter feels is best for business. Triple H says Heyman looks terrible and asks when the last time he slept or shower was and says he looks a wreck. Heyman pleas with Triple H to call off his match against CM Punk. Hunter says the match stays and Curtis Axel says this is personal and has to do with Axel defeating Triple H on his first night as a Paul Heyman guy. Triple H says everyone makes mistakes and there’s one mistake that can be fixed now. Since it’s Night Of Champions, Axel will defend his Intercontinental Championship against the first person he comes across backstage

Kofi Kingston vs Curtis Axel.

Waistlock by Kingston, Axel turns it into a side headlock. Axel misses with a clothesline and slides to the outside to take a breather. Axel with a kick to Kingston and unloads on Kingston in the corner. Kingston turns it around. Kingston with a kick to the face sends Axel goes back to the outside. Suplex countered by Axel, Kingston with a kick to the jaw. Kingston with kicks to the legs. Axel with a boot to the face off the irish whip, Kingston sent to the outside. Kingston whipped into the steps and he leaps to the top rope hitting a crossbody onto Axel. Kingston in the tree of woe and Axel delivers punches. Running shoulder  tackle by Axel. Back suplex by Axel. Axel working over the neck. Axel with a clothesline to Kingston. Neck snap by Axel and Axel with a chinlock on Kingston. Axel misses with a clothesline and Kingston drills him with a DDT. Series of dropkicks by Kingston. Kingston to the top rope and a crossbody onto Axel. Kingston hits the boom drop on Axel. Kingston setting it up. Kingston misses with Trouble In Paradise and Axel driving his shoulder into the midsection. Straight kick to the head, Kingston from the top rope and Axel hits him in the midsection. Duck under by Kingston and a roll up. Axel plows over Kingston. SOS blocked by Axel. Trouble In Paradise misses its mark. Kingston hits the SOS second time around. Kingston on Axel’s shoulders punching away gets hung out on the top rope. Axel hits Kingston with a front headlock driver for the three count

The winner of the match and still Intercontinental Champion: Curtis Axel

We see a poll from WWE.com asking the WWE Universe who the greatest Intercontinental Champion of all time is and Chris Jericho winning with %63

Backstage: Ricardo Rodriguez is teaching RVD how to speak Spanish and asks how to say Rolling Thunder, Mr. Monday Night and Next World Heavyweight Champion

Backstage: AJ tells Aksana, Layla and Alicia Fox that tonight she’s going to go out and she’s going to retain the Diva’s Championship and Alicia Fox and Aksana say this is over and walk away. AJ yells for them to come back and that they’re nothing without her. She IS the diva’s division

We see another poll asking who the greatest diva's champion of all time was with Trish Stratus walking away with %56 of the votes

AJ vs Natalya vs Naomi vs Brie Bella

AJ tries to escape but Natalya, Brie and Naomi all bring her back into the ring and it’s 3 on 1 as AJ gets thrown around the ringside area. Brie with a knee to AJ sending her out of the ring. Backbreaker by Brie on Natalya and a running knee to Natalya and Naomi. Dropkick sends Natalya to the outside. Naomi with a dropkick. Slam and clothesline countered by Brie. Headscissors by Naomi. Crossbody out of the corner by Naomin. AJ and Natalya trade forearms and slaps. Naomi with the rear view. Brie sits Naomi on the top rope. Natalya has Brie on her shoulder. Naomi kicks Brie away into a roll up by Natalya. Brie sends AJ into Naomi. Naomi with a kick to Brie. AJ pulls Naomi off the apron. Suplex by Natalya, slam to Brie. Natalya going for the sharpshooter stopped by Brie. Brie slammed onto Naomi. Natalya with a double sharpshooter on Naomi and Brie. AJ with a clothesline from behind. AJ with the Black Widow on Natalya for the tap out

The winner of the match and still Diva’s Champion: AJ

World Heavyweight Championship Match: RVD vs Alberto Del Rio

Shoulderblock by Del Rio, dropkick by RVD. Irish whip in the corner and a kick to Del Rio. Del Rio whipped across the ring and monkey flip out of the corner. Van Dam moonsault on Del Rio. Del Rio with a dropkick to RVD. Dropkick sends Del Rio to the outside. Moonsault onto Del Rio from the apron. Del Rio hung out over the barricade. RVD from the apron and spinning legdrop across the back of the head. Suplex by Van Dam blocked by Del Rio. Del Rio sends RVD back to the outside and flying headbutt by Del Rio to the outside. RVD sent into the barricade. Del Rio with a chinlock. RVD gets out of it and sunset flip on Del Rio. Del Rio with a suplex. Del Rio with a series of headbutts and another suplex. Enziguri sends RVD from the apron crashing to the floor. Suicide dive to the outside and Del Rio misses. RVD with a series of clotheslines. Headbutt by Del Rio. Del Rio runs into an elbow. RVD with a thrust kick. RVD to the top rope lands another thrust kick. RVD misses with the Rolling Thunder. Del Rio hits the backstabber. Del Rio with an inverted superplex but RVD blocks it knocking Del Rio off the rope. Van Dam with a dropkick from the top rope. Del Rio and RVD exchanging punches. Tilt o whirl backbreaker by Del Rio and the double stomp on the back. Del Rio goes for the cross armbreaker but RVD counters. Slam by RVD, split leg moonsault onto Del Rio. Del Rio with a DDT on RVD’s arm follows it with a kick to the head. Del Rio to the top gets caught with a heel kick and a spinning leg drop by RVD. RVD to the top rope, misses with the Five Star Frog Splash. Del Rio locks in the cross armbreaker. The crowd launches into an “RVD” chant. RVD makes it to the rope but Del Rio refuses to break the hold after the 5 count

The winner of the match by DQ: Rob Van Dam

Post Match: Alberto Del Rio attacks RVD. Del Rio brings the chair in but Ricardo makes the save. RVD unloads on Del Rio in the corner. Goes up to the top rope and hits the Van Daminator

Backstage: Paul Heyman tells Axel if he's left alone in the ring tonight he won't be around anymore and Axel won't have Heyman's strategy. And tonight, Axel made an enemy of Triple H but Heyman can fix it. Axel tells Heyman to believe in him and Heyman says he's believed in Axel from day one and tonight he needs Axel to believe in himself

Miz vs. Fandango.

They went back and forth early.  Summer got on the apron to distract Miz on the top.  Fandango tried to wear him out on the mat.  He went for a back suplex but Miz landed on his feet and sent Fandango to the floor.  Miz came of the apron with a double axehandle, but was kicked hard inthe mid-section as he came off. Fandango tossed him back into the ring and scored a two count, then cinched in a rear waistlock to attempt a submission.  Miz made a comeback and caught Fandango in the corner.  He draped his leg across the rope and nailed a dropkick,wearing him down for a figure four leglock.  The crowd started chanting, "We want tables" because they were bored, or something, I guess Fandango sent Miz, who was on the apron, into the ringpost.  He clotheslined Miz down and went to the top for the flying legdrop.  Miz rolled out of the way and covered him for a two count. Miz locked in the figure four leglock and Fandango tapped.

The winner of the match: The Miz

CM Punk vs Curtis Axel & Paul Heyman

Axel and Punk trade keno stick shots with Punk getting the better of Axel. Punk using the kendo stick to choke out Axel and Punk with a dive to the outside onto Heyman. Punk brings Heyman into the ring and goes to deliver a kendo shot but Axel with a low blow to Punk. Axel unloads on Punk. Axel drives a steel chair into Punk. Axel with a dropkick. Axel wedges the steel chair in the corner. Punk with a comeback but Axel hits a clothesline to the back of the head. Axel pulls a table out from under the ring. Suplex by Axel blocked by Punk, Axel blocks a suplex attempt and manages to hit it the third time. Elbow drop from the second rope by Axel. Axel sent into the steel chair shoulder first. Punk with a swinging neckbreaker. High running knee, clothesline, Punk to the top rope but Axel rolls out of the ring. Couple of more kendo shots. Punk with a GTS. Punk locks the Anaconda Vise in for the tap out. Heyman runs up the ramp through the crowd with Punk in pursuit. Heyman back in the ring and Punk picks Heyman up. Heyman hugs Punk and Punk smiles then unloads with the kendo stick. Punk pulls a pair of handcuffs out and handcuffs Heyman. Punk once more unloads with the kendo stick. Punk goes to hit Heyman in the face but Ryback from behind spears him through the table and then drags Heyman over Punk for the three count

The winner of the match: Curtis Axel & Paul Heyman

US Championship: Dean Ambrose vs Dolph Ziggler

Ambrose taunted Ziggler early on, so Ziggler responded with his crowd-pleasing ten elbow drops. During the elbow drops, JBL brought up Jerry Lawler's heart attack, which Lawler said on the PWTorch Livecast a few months ago that he believes was partially caused by Ziggler's elbow drops during a match that occurred an hour or so before the heart attack. Ambrose and Ziggler battled up-top, where Ambrose executed a top-rope suplex for a nearfall. Ambrose then cockily climbed to the top turnbuckle, giving Ziggler enough time to spring to his feet and deliver a super X-Factor from the top rope for a nearfall. Ziggler followed up with ten punches in the corner before clotheslining Ambrose for a two count. Ambrose rolled to the floor, so Ziggler dragged him back into the ring. But, Ambrose caught Ziggler on the way into the ring to deliver a facebuster aided by a handful of hair. Ambrose rolled over a KO'ed Ziggler and pinned him to retain the U.S. Title

The winner of the match and still United States Champion: Dean Ambrose

WWE Tag Team champions The Shield vs. The Prime Time Players.

Titus and Rollins started off.  Titus was tagged with a few punches.   The Shield controlled early until Young dropped down and Rollins went over the top to the floor.  Titus stomped away on Reigns, blowing his whistle the entire time. The Shield took control and worked over Young with tags in and out, stomping the hell out of him.  They kept him cut off and worked him over.  They slapped Young around until he nailed Rollins.  Reigns hit the ring and kept him from making the tag but was kicked off in the corner.  Young finally made the hot tag and Titus hit the ring. Titus clobbered Rollins and scored a two count.  He unloaded with a lot of offense on Reigns and nailed a big fall away slam.  Rollins landed on his feet and nailed a spinkick.  Titus absorbed it and nailed a sit down powerbomb for a two count but it was broke up. Young tossed Reigns to the floor.  The official was tending to Young and Reigns nailed a spear on Titus, scoring the pin.

The winners of the match and still WWE Tag Team Champions: The Shield

WWE Championship: Randy Orton vs Daniel Bryan

Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan

They locked up and ended up in the corner.  They broke free and Bryan began working over Orton's left arm.   Bryan was nailed but came back with a knee to the mid-section.  He continued working on Orton's left arm, snapping it over his own body, trying to wear him down for the Yes Lock. Bryan nailed Orton with a series of punches in the corner, but Orton slipped under and nailed him with a shot to the back.  He nailed a backbreaker off the ropes.  Orton meaured Bryan and nailed a big clothesline, then another. Orton worked over Bryan on the mat, cinching in a side headlock.   He worked over Bryan with punch after punch in the corner.  Bryan was whipped into the corner but went up and over and nailed a clothesline.  The crowd came alive for this. Bryan hit a big running dropkick in the corner, then another.   He began nailing kick after kick in the corner, then set Orton up on the top.  He nailed a rana off the ropes.  Orton rolled to the outside but Bryan hit a dive to the floor.  He tossed Orton back in but Orton rolled back out.  Bryan went for another dive but was nailed as he hit the ropes. Orton went for the hanging DDT, but instead of in the ring, he hung Bryan off the apron and DDT'd him on the floor.  Bryan was almost counted out but rolled back in the ring at the last second.  Orton set up for the RKO but Bryan dropkicked him into the referee, sending him to the floor. Bryan went for the Yes Lock but Orton struggled to prevent it.  Another referee came out to officiate.  Orton caught Bryan with a powerslam for a two count. Orton went for the Hanging DDT but Bryan evaded it and locked in the Yes Lock in the center of the ring.   Orton struggled to the ropes and finally made it there. Bryan let the move go and began beating Orton with kick after kick.  He charged and went for a dropkick in the corner but Orton moved out of the way.  He worked over Bryan and placed him on the top turnbuckle.  Orton set up for a superplex but Bryan slipped underneath and Orton was crotched on the top buckle.  Bryan pulled him upside down and nailed kick after kick before nailing a big dropkick. Bryan went for a belly to back suplex but Orton tried to fight out with a series of punches.  He sent Bryan to the mat.   Orton turned himself around but Bryan attacked him and set up for a superplex of his own.  Bryan nailed it and held on with his legs.  He pulled himelf back up to the top and went for the flying bodypress.  Orton was far away but Bryan still nailed it for a two count. Bryan drilled Orton with kick after kick to the chest.  Orton caught him and nailed a head and arms Tazplex.    Bryan began grabbing at his shoulder.  Bryan drilled him in the back of the head then nailed the running knee to the face, scoring the pin

The winner of the match and new WWE Champion: Daniel Bryan

-End Show-

 

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