WWE Night Of The Champions 2012: Watch Live Stream Online for Free; Preview
Every WWE fan in the world can't wait to watch Night of the Champions 2012. The entire event is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts and can be seen on pay-per-view depending on your local cable provider. You can also order the pay per view on WWE.com for $44.95. However, if you are unable to watch the PPV on television, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
With the lack of title changes in recent months, fans are hoping the night ends with several different champions in several different divisions. Luckily, every title in the WWE is scheduled to be on the line at Night of the Champions.
The most anticipated match of Night of the Champions 2012 is obviously CM Punk vs. John Cena. Punk's WWE championship will be on the line in this match. On the undercard, fans are looking forward to Shaemus defending his Heavyweight Championship belt against Alberto Del Rio.
Also on the undercard is R-Truth and Kofi Kingston vs. Kane and Daniel Bryan for the Tag Team Championship. Antonio Cesaro will face the Pre-show Battle Royal winner for the United States Championship. The Miz, Cody Rhodes, Rey Mysterio and Sin Car will all face off against each other for the Intercontinental Championship and Layla will defend her Divas championship against Kaitlyn.
Dolph Ziggler will also face Randy Orton on the undercard in a singles match with no titles on the line.
With all of the great fights at Night of the Champions 2012, it is no wonder why fans can hardly contain their excitement for Sunday night. Every single WWE superstar should play some sort of role in the event. The only big name fighter unaccounted for is Brock Lesnar. As far as we know, he will not make an appearance during Sunday night's event. He was last seen defeating Triple H at SummerSlam.
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