Tonight’s card for WWE Night Of Champions 2012, the annual event celebrating the one night a year WWE remembers it has more than two champions:
– Pre-show Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender to the United States Championship (participants unannounced)
– Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship: The Miz (c) vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Rey Mysterio
– Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler
– United States Championship Match: Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. pre-show battle royal winner
– Tag Team Championship Match: R-Truth and Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Daniel Bryan and Kane
– Divas Championship Match: Layla (c) vs. Kaitlyn
– WWE Championship Match: CM Punk (c) vs. John Cena
– World Heavyweight Championship Match: Sheamus (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio
The best part of our discussion tonight is special guest Peter Rosenberg. If you’re wondering why the hell he’d want to sit and talk to a bunch of wrestling nerds about Night Of Champions, 1) we’re lucky, and 2) his Hot 97 bio is brave enough to actually feature the words “pro wrestling”.
In the nearly 2 years that he has been on New York’s Hot 97, Peter Rosenberg has made an indelible mark on New York radio and the global hip hop landscape. His voice can be heard every weekday morning on Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg, a morning show that is revolutionizing urban radio, and every Sunday night on Real Late with Peter Rosenberg. His persona on both of these shows, characterized by his quirky and unique spin on hip hop culture and New York life has made him a fixture on the hip hop scene. But what has endeared him to people most has been his undying passion for everything he covers, whether it’s hip hop, sports, professional wrestling, comedy, politics or entertainment.
Peter’s going to be stopping by for a pre-show pre-show Q+A at 6 PM tonight, so if you’ve got any questions about him, his career, what he thinks about Night Of Champions or how terrible Nicki Minaj is, make sure to drop a comment below and preface it with @Peter so he’ll have an easier time answer it. This is an awesome opportunity for us, so let’s make him feel welcome.
You want this. So let’s have fun hanging out with Peter Rosenberg, then slightly less fun watching Alberto Del Rio lose again.