Show

Night of Champions

Results

Time and location

Sunday, Sep 18 | 8 PMET/5 PMPT

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Night of Champions : Full Details

John Cena def. Alberto Del Rio (New WWE Champion)

After toppling Alberto Del Rio at Night of Champions, John Cena can proclaim these words for the 12th time in his storied career — The Champ is here.

WWE COO Triple H def. CM Punk (No Disqualification Match)

Amid chaos and controversy at Night of Champions, WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H trounced the ambitions of would-be successors as he defeated CM Punk to remain top executive in WWE, thanks to Kevin Nash.

Divas Champion Kelly Kelly def. Beth Phoenix

Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix to retain the Divas Championship at Night of Champions, proving to the WWE Universe and the Divas division she's not just a pretty face.

WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne def. The Miz & R-Truth by Disqualification

In a controversial match featuring several questionable officiating calls, WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne won by disqualification after The Miz, along with his partner R-Truth, attacked the referee.

Mark Henry def. Randy Orton (New World Heavyweight Champion)

After 15 years in WWE, Mark Henry finally dominated his way into greatness, capturing his first World Heavyweight Championship in a clash of pure brutality with Randy Orton at Night of Champions.

U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler won the Fatal 4-Way Match

United States Champion Dolph Zigger, Jack Swagger, Alex Riley and John Morrison, four of the finest athletes in WWE, squared off in a high-octane thriller, but it was Dolph Ziggler’s quick-thinking that allowed him to retain the title.

Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes def. Ted DiBiase

At Night of Champions 2011, Ted DiBiase was able to take the protective mask from Cody Rhodes but not the Intercontinental Championship.