Final PPV Card, Carlito Returning To WWE? Punk and AJ In Movie, Foley Praises Crews

Carlito returning to WWE

Night of Champions Card

It’s that time again, tonight is WWE Night of Champions on the Network (and that old fashioned way). Here’s the final card, but it’s worth noting that Randy Orton is also being advertised locally. Could he be Reigns and Ambrose’s partner?:

WWE World Heavyweight Title Match
Sting vs. Seth Rollins

WWE United States Title Match
John Cena vs. Seth Rollins

WWE Divas Title Match
Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella
Nikki can lose her title by pinfall, submission, count out or DQ.

WWE Tag Team Title Match
The Dudley Boyz vs. The New Day

WWE Intercontinental Title Match
Kevin Owens vs. Ryback

Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev

Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and a mystery partner

Kickoff Pre-show Match
Stardust and The Ascension vs. The Lucha Dragons and Neville

Carlito To Get Second Chance?

According to former WWE creative writer Court Bauer and Konnan on their MLW Radio show, Carlito could be on his way back to WWE as they are in desperate need of a Hispanic star.

The former US and IC champ was released in 2010 after months of having a bad attitude and “phoning it in.” The final straw was breaking the Wellness Policy and refusing to go to rehab.

The 36 year old is still in good ring shape and is said to have made a good impression when he inducted his father Carlos Colon in to the 2014 Hall of Fame. So perhaps WWE will give him a second chance.

CM Punk and AJ Lee In Movie

CM Punk and AJ Lee have bagged roles in upcoming action movie Hellstorm:

After the collapse of the world’s financial system and a devastating world war, a group of mismatched survivors are forced to band together and battle a variety of unexplainable and horrific beasts that descend on their tiny makeshift community.

Foley Sees Big Things For Apollo Crews

Mick Foley predicted big things for NXT’s Apollo Crews in a new Facebook blog:

DID I JUST SEE THAT? That’s what I kept asking myself while catching up on NXT last night, and seeing Apollo Crews in action. While the road to stardom to WWE can be paved with roadblocks – both physical and psychological – I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see this man playing a major role on WWE Raw, Smackdown and PPV for years to come.

I think the major consensus is this guy is a rising star, and if a few breaks fall in his favor, the sky seems to be the limit for him in WWE. As is usually the case, finding the right opponents, and creating memorable programs – as opposed to having a good series of random matches – is the key to really breaking through in sports entertainment.