WWE will trot out a brand-new pay-per-view on Sunday night in Buffalo, N.Y. in the form of Battleground, and thanks to a strong card, it could potentially gave some staying power moving forward.
Although Battleground can be described as an extension of Night of Champions in many ways, that doesn't mean that it can't be a great event. With Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton going head-to-head for the vacant WWE Championship as well as a host of other intriguing bouts, Battleground should be a highly-entertaining show.
WWE is clearly building toward Survivor Series, which will the act as a bridge to WrestleMania build, so Battleground will play a key role in setting things up. It may not have the name recognition of some of WWE's bigger pay-per-views, but it is definitely worth watching.
Here is a complete breakdown of how you can catch the event on regular pay-per-view, or through a number of platforms that offer online streaming.
Where: First Niagara Center in Buffalo, N.Y.
When: Sunday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. ET