The Night of Champions featuring Brock Lesnar and John Cena tipped to be a huge success

Brock Lesnar is back in WWE and with a bang. The hugely built superstar has improved in leaps and bounds since his first tryst with destiny in WWE. The Beast as he calls himself had been out for a few years but he did not sit idle. He went through rigorous training sessions and trained himself in martial arts. He competed in the UFC and became the world heavyweight champion. This is the title that he is aiming for in WWE as well. The present champion John Cena is being repeatedly attacked by him on his match ups. This has left a lot of scars on Cena’s confidence. The mind games that Paul Heiman has been playing with the champion have also got to him. He is very much agitated and hell bent on revenge. However the matter will be settled only at the Night of the champions.

The Night of Champions will also involve wrestlers like Chris Jericho who has also made his comeback very recently. He will be facing Randy Orton. Another huge man Mike Henry will also be in action against the Russian Rusev. This is indeed going to be a very hardly fought and physical affair. The divas will also be going up against one another for the most coveted prize. This episode will be aired on Sunday. The big attention draw will obviously come from the match involving The Beast Incarnate and John Cena. The two veterans will be trying to outdo each other on all occasions. The fight is tipped to be one of the most epic battles in the history of the WWE. The players and coaching staff are looking forward to stamp their authority on the match. The crowd will be ready for the match up and shouting their heart out for their favorite superstars in action.

Roy Nelson calls for a title shot

Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC Heavyweight veteran Roy Nelson walked away with one of the most brutal knockouts of his career with a stunning stoppage win over Mixed Martial Arts legend Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC Fight Night 39 in Abu Dhabi recently.

The big, burly brawler had twice knocked the lights out of the former PRIDE Fighting Championship legend before landing a third and final punch that saw the Brazilian put to sleep in what is being hailed as one of the best knockouts of the year and is an early contender for Knockout of the Year.

And with his seventh knockout victory under his belt for the UFC, Big Country wasted no time before taking the microphone from the ring announcer to ask for a title shot.

He said that he wants to fight for the belt adding that he should be allowed to start from there and then work backwards.

And after the fight, Roy Nelson claimed that he had an immaculate plan in place for the match against Nogueira. He said that the fight finished in a lot less time that he had expected. He went on to mention that every time he fights, he wants to give the fans something they want to cheer for and since they were in Abu Dhabi, he thought he should do some grappling.

When he reached the press room for his post fight press conference, Roy Nelson reiterated his desire to fight for the championship. He stated that the dream scenario at this time is to fight whoever has the belt. Speaking about the best knockout of his career, Nelson mentioned that each knockout is special but to do it against one of the legends of the sport makes him feel a bit more special than those against the rest.