What's likely to be the highlight match of the Night of Champions on May 27 has finally been decided.
On the same day Roman Reigns made his first post-WWE Draft appearance and confirmed he's teaming up with Solo Siko to take on Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens for the Unified Tag Team Championship, AJ Styles booked his ticket for Night of Champions.
Styles first bested Edge and Rey Mysterio before defeating Bobby Lashley to end the night as SmackDown's representative for the World Heavyweight Championship.
As the leader of the O.C, seeing Styles win in Jedda would seriously affect the balance of power on RAW as he'll likely have to defend the new title belt against other wrestlers from the same brand.
Having said that, the upcoming battle of champions will be a classic showcase of technical prowess and raw power, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats.
Rollins, the overwhelming favorite to claim the World Heavyweight Championship, had secured his spot earlier this week on RAW.
The upcoming title match is actually a redo of Rollins' title defense at WWE Money in the Bank in 2019 following his win at WrestleMania 35 over Brock Lesnar. At the time, Rollins was in the midst of his run as the WWE Universal Champion.
Fans can expect the match between Styles and Rollins to be nothing short of spectacular. Both figures have their own unique styles, making for an exciting and unpredictable bout. The Jeddah crowd is in for a captivating treat filled with back-and-fort action as both wrestlers are expected to pull out all the stops to claim the victory and become the first wrestler to hold the World Heavyweight Championship.
A win here for either Rollins or Styles will cement their legacies as one of WWE's finest. Both are workhorses who are well-deserving of a title run after performing admirably despite the relative lack of spotlight in recent years. But, it's clear that it's Rollins who's coming in as the more "over" wrestler. At WWE Backlash, fans couldn't stop singing along Rollins' theme song even though the match against Omos was supposed to have begun already.
Aside from Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa vs Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, Cody Rhodes is also squaring off against Brock Lesnar at Night of Champions for the second PPV in a row.
It'll be interesting to see how the event is going to go with Rhodes, Reigns, and Rollins, all of which have a known history of animosity against each other, sharing the same building on May 27.