WWE Night Of Champions takes place this week at the iconic Jeddah Superdome in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Millions from all over the world will tune into WWE Night Of Champions to see all there favourite WWE Superstars in action on one of the biggest stages of them all.
Checkout the matches and all the details you need to know ahead of this massive night
Who is on the 2023 match card for Night of Champions?
Seth “Freakin” Rollins vs AJ Styles – Returning to the ring after months of recovery from a broken ankle, AJ Styles has made a strong comeback, and is now ready to take on Rollins. With the winner set to be crowned the World Heavyweight Champion, the stakes have never been higher for these world-class WWE Superstars
Brock Lesnar vs Cody Rhodes – The Beast will take on The American Nightmare once more, following an epic showdown at Backlash, which saw Rhodes claim victory in Puerto Rico. Lesnar has EVERYTHING to prove in this match, but Cody Rhodes will be looking to retain his bragging rights, and prove why he should be feared by all who dare to oppose him.
Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa – With the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship at stake, this isn’t a throwaway match for the Bloodline. After the Head of the Table made an appearance on Smackdown, expressing his disdain for the Uso’s in their previous loss at WrestleMania 39 to Zayn & Owens, and nominating himself to take on the pair in a fit of rage, this title fight will be truly unmissable. Whilst Zayn and Owens are the current Champions, WWE fans know that you can never write off Roman Reigns, or take his 900-day supremacy lightly.
Gunther vs Mustafa Ali – After a 25 man brawl on WWE’s Monday Night Raw with a nail-biting final battle between Mustafa Ali, Bronson Reed and Ricochet, Ali emerged victorious and qualified himself for a shot at the Intercontinental Championship. Ali has a big task at hand, as the leader of the Imperium has held the title for a record-breaking length of time, and is the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion of the 21st century.
Bianca Belair vs Asuka – Following their epic WrestleMania showdown, Asuka is once again challenging Bianca Belair for her Raw Championship title, which she’s held for over a year. Following Asuka literally raining on Bianca’s homecoming ‘parade’ and spitting poison in her face, this could be one of Asuka’s last chances to get her hands on the title after her previous attempt.
Where / how can fans watch Night of Champions?
Fans can tune in to watch Night of Champions in primetime from 6pm BST on Saturday 27th May on the WWE Network and BT Sport Box Office.