WWE Night Of Champions 2009 Prediction Competition

JSenior Analyst IJuly 23, 2009

The majority of matches have been announced for this Sunday's WWE pay-per-view, where every title will be on the line at Night Of Champions.

Therefore, it must be time again for another prediction competition.

Some interesting matches have been scheduled, many of which have no clear favorite. Picking the winners this time won't be an easy task.

If you don’t know how this works yet, follow this link for all the rules and past winners.

It’s pretty simple, though; simply leave your predictions for all the matches as a stand-alone comment in the comments section, and leave the rest to me.

The match for the Women’s Championship has not been announced yet, but through reading the results of SmackDown I can take a pretty good guess at what it will be.

If you don’t want to know what happens on SmackDown involving the women, you might not want to read on. I don’t think it’s that important, though.

On to the matches:


WWE Championship: Randy Orton (c) vs. Triple H vs. John Cena – (3)

World Heavyweight Championship: CM Punk (c) vs. Jeff Hardy – (3)

Intercontinental Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler – (2)

United States Championship: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Big Show vs. MVP vs. Carlito vs. Jack Swagger vs. The Miz – (3)

ECW Championship: Tommy Dreamer (c) vs. Christian – (2)

Unified Tag Team Championship: Chris Jericho and his mystery partner (c) vs. Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase – (2)

Divas Championship: Maryse (c) vs. Mickie James – (2)

Women’s Championship: Michelle McCool (c) vs. Melina – (1)


If I am wrong about the Women’s Championship match, I will send notes to all those who have already taken part, informing them of the change.

Please look out for this note, although I’m sure I won’t have to send one.

The Unified Tag Team Championship match has caused a big stir lately, due to Jericho’s mystery partner, and picking a winner from that match will be difficult.

The real question is who you think his partner is? Once you have someone in mind, picking the winner of the match will be easier.

As ever, if you disagree with the way I have weighted any of the matches, please say.

I base them on importance, number of competitors, and unpredictability, but ultimately they are by opinion.

If enough people feel a change is needed, then that will warrant doing so.

Nobody has yet managed a perfect score. I'm sure someone has it in them to manage a perfect 18 this time.

I implore everyone reading this to take part. It really can’t hurt to have a go, and it doesn’t take long to jot a few names down.

Have fun making your choices, and good luck with the results!