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If Seth Rollins wants to keep his two championships, he’ll have to win just as many bouts at Night of Champions. The Architect found out that not only will he be defending his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Sting, but he’ll have to put his United States Title on the line against former Champion John Cena.

The bad blood between Rollins and Cena goes back to July 27, when the WWE World Heavyweight Champion answered John Cena’s United States Open Challenge. Though Rollins was unsuccessful in dethroning Cena, The Architect left a lasting mark on Cena when he shattered his nose with a brutal knee to the face.

That injury threw their huge Winner Take All Match at SummerSlam into doubt, but the Cenation leader was determined to not only make it to The Biggest Party of The Summer, but to walk out with the United States Title and his 16th World Championship, tying the record set by Ric Flair. Many were unsettled by the thought of Cena reaching that pinnacle, but only one was bold enough to act out: Jon Stewart, former host of “The Daily Show.” Stewart shocked the WWE Universe when he struck Cena with a steel chair at the apex of a thrilling bout, allowing Rollins to pin Cena and add the U.S. Title to his impressive resume.

After SummerSlam, Cena seemed to be in Rollins’ rear view mirror, as The Future of WWE turned his attention toward Sting, who ruined the unveiling of a statue crafted in Rollins’ likeness on the night after his huge victory. One week later, The Architect demanded that The Vigilante return the statue, only to be met by John Cena, who announced he would be invoking his rematch clause for a United States Championship rematch at Night of Champions.

Cena and Sting stood united, staring down Rollins as Raw went off the air. Will they do the same on Sept. 20, this time with titles in their hands? Or will Seth Rollins prevent his world from crashing down around him? Find out at WWE Night of Champions, live Sunday, Sept. 20, only on the award-winning WWE Network!

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1. Night of Champions Preview: Seth Rollins vs Sting

Sting is back! For the first time ever, he will challenge for WWE’s top prize when he faces Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at WWE Night of Champions, Sunday, September 20 at 8e/5p, Live on WWE Network.

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship

The Vigilante, Sting, is back, and he’s coming for Seth Rollins’ WWE World Heavyweight Title.

For the first time in his legendary career, The Man Called Sting will challenge for WWE’s top prize, as he gets set to face The Architect Sunday, Sept. 20 at WWE Night of Champions, live on WWE Network.

WWE COO Triple H announced the blockbuster match Aug. 24 on WWE Network, moments after Sting shockingly reappeared on Raw to interrupt the unveiling of a Seth Rollins statue commissioned by The Authority. The statue was to celebrate Rollins’ United States Championship win over John Cena the night before at SummerSlam.

Making his first appearance since WrestleMania — where he lost to Triple H after The Game struck him with a sledgehammer — The Icon not only dropped Rollins on Raw, but he also picked up the treasured WWE World Heavyweight Championship and stared down The Game, making his objective abundantly clear.

A six-time WCW World Champion, Sting has never before challenged for a title in WWE, let alone the WWE World Heavyweight Title, but he has been a recurring threat to The Authority. Starting with his WWE debut at last year’s Survivor Series — during which he helped oust Triple H & Stephanie from power, albeit briefly—and culminating with his ruining of Rollins’ celebration, Sting has repeatedly made his presence felt.

Will The Architect be able to survive The Vigilante’s onslaught at Night of Champions? Or can The Icon add another accolade — the biggest in all of sports-entertainment — to his incredible resume, transforming the state of WWE as we know it?

Watch this historic showdown when it airs live at Night of Champions Sunday, Sept. 20, only on the award-winning WWE Network.

John Cena vs. Seth Rollins

The stakes have never been as great as they will be at SummerSlam when WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins faces United States Champion John Cena. The winner takes all, and for the first time in WWE history, one Superstar will control both titles.

Amid speculation that the Cenation leader would not be cleared to compete at The Biggest Party of the Summer, Cena accepted (with Daniel Bryan’s support) Rollins’ challenge during an appearance on the Aug. 11 edition of WWE Tough Enough.

The U.S. Champion severely broke his nose while competing against Rollins in a July 27 U.S. Open Challenge on Raw. With his title on the line but not Rollins’, the double-tough Cenation leader trumped the WWE World Heavyweight Champion in that match, even after The Architect drove his knee into Cena’s face, breaking his nose and leaving it angled sharply sideways. The injury forced Cena to undergo emergency surgery days later and miss the subsequent weeks’ Raws.

Retribution for a crooked nose and time on the shelf won’t be Cena’s only motivation come Sunday, Aug. 23; Rollins has also continually disparaged the Cenation leader since their match on Raw.

Moreover, a win at SummerSlam would mean Cena’s 16th World Title, tying him with WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair for the most World Championship reigns. A loss, however, would signify the end of Cena’s U.S. Championship run. Since dethroning Rusev for the stars-and-stripes title at WrestleMania 31, Cena has welcomed all challengers, and, in doing so, has elevated the already prestigious championship, bringing it almost on par with the WWE World Heavyweight Title.

Not just eager to even the score against Cena, Rollins has stated it is his goal to add hardware — the U.S. Title — to his collection. The Architect is also likely determined to prove he is not a lame-duck champion, as some of his critics suggest. Rollins has repeatedly benefited from outside interference during his title reign, allowing him to retain the championship against the likes of Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton. A win over WWE’s top thoroughbred in the venerable Cena would go a long way toward silencing the doubters.

Which Superstar will leave SummerSlam and Brooklyn as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and the United States Champion? Will Cena — arguably WWE’s most reliable big-match performer — make history with another World Title win? Or will Rollins finish what he started on Raw and finally prove himself superior to WWE’s tireless workhorse?

Don’t miss all the action when the two champions stand toe-to-toe at SummerSlam, available live, only on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Aug. 23. Don’t forget: This year’s Biggest Party of the Summer is a special four-hour event that begins at a start time of 7 ET/4 PT.

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