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Archive for September, 2016

Sunday night, Raw presented Clash of Champions, its first brand-exclusive event. Headlined by Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins and featuring five championship battles, it was a show that piqued the interest of fans, if only because it would have an impact on the future of WWE's most storied brand. Which path would Roman Reigns find himself on in the wake of the show? Would Triple H appear? Was Owens vs. Rollins as awesome as everyone expected? Twitter was abuzz for all of the top matches, stars and moments that unfolded in Indianapolis.   Women's Championship Match Breeds Polarity Sunday night, Charlotte successfully defended her Women's ...
In his first title defense since controversially winning the WWE Universal Championship, Kevin Owens successfully retained against Seth Rollins at Clash of Champions on Sunday night with an assist from Chris Jericho. After the in-ring official suffered an injury, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon had to find a new referee for the end of the match, which Owens then won in short order. WrestlingINC.com broke down the sequence of events that led to Owens' victory: WWE shared footage of Owens and Jericho celebrating after the win:  At one point, Jericho, who was wearing an Owens shirt, entered the ring to distract Rollins long enough for ...

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Winners: Biggest Stars of the Night

Posted by Kevin Wong On September - 25 - 2016
Clash of Champions had a lot to live up to on Sunday night. Raw has been losing the weekly wars to SmackDown, and the buildup to this pay-per-view had been, shall we say, less than spectacular. There was that embarrassing Old Day comedy skit that made the entire WWE Universe cringe. And then last week, WWE Creative completely botched the debut of the cruiserweight division. But as we've seen from recent history, a bad buildup does not always affect the culminating show. On Sunday, the Raw roster went out at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis and gave the fans the best of ...

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Review: Top Highlights and Low Points

Posted by Anthony Mango On September - 25 - 2016
Just as Backlash was the first opportunity for SmackDown to show what its special events can be going forward, Clash of Champions 2016 was Raw's chance to prove the red brand's value for the future. At face value, the card had quite a bit going for it: every title on the line, the conclusion of the Best of Seven Series, intrigue about Triple H and more. However, even the best pay-per-views have flaws, which meant there was bound to be both positives and negatives on the show. Which matches didn't quite live up to the hype? What segments far exceeded their potential? Were ...
Roman Reigns defeated Rusev Sunday at Clash of Champions in a heated grudge match and became the WWE United States champion for the first time in the process.  WWE captured Reigns' reaction to receiving the belt: Rusev's wife Lana was forced to watch the finish of the match from the locker room as she interfered when Reigns was about to land the pinfall: Vaughn Johnson of Philly.com thought this was the right result:  Regardless of what you think of Reigns, it's hard to deny his skills in the ring, as both Kevin Berge of Bleacher Report and Mike Killam of WrestleZone.com noted: The Bulgarian Brute ...
Charlotte defeated Sasha Banks and Bayley in a Triple Threat match Sunday at WWE Clash of Champions to retain the Raw Women's Championship. The match saw a series of near-falls, with one wrestler coming in to break up the pin. Charlotte solved the problem by taking Sasha out of the equation and pinning Bayley. The champion delivered a big boot to Bayley, and Bayley's momentum knocked Sasha off the apron. As Bayley rebounded off the ropes, Charlotte connected with a second big boot to earn the win. WWE Universe noted she's now 12-0 in pay-per-view matches in WWE. Charlotte celebrated with Dana Brooke in ...
In a battle between Kevin Owens' current and former best friends, Chris Jericho came out on top against Sami Zayn on Sunday at WWE Clash of Champions. Zayn nearly picked up the victory after hitting a Blue Thunder Bomb. However, after kicking out, Jericho took advantage of a momentary lapse in concentration by Zayn and hit a Codebreaker for the win. WWE shared a clip of the victorious Jericho raising his hand: Bleacher Report's Graham Matthews enjoyed the match: WrestlingInc.com, on the other hand, felt underwhelmed: Since teaming up with KO to defeat Enzo Amore and Big Cass at SummerSlam on Aug. 21, Y2J and Owens ...
After the best-of-seven series between the two was pushed to a seventh and decisive match, Sheamus and Cesaro wrestled to a no-contest due to referee stoppage Sunday night at Clash of Champions. Cesaro clotheslined Sheamus over the barricade outside the ring. As both men were lying on the floor, WWE medical personnel evaluated the wrestlers and determined they could no longer continue, courtesy of WWE: Both wrestlers clearly wanted the match to continue, but doctors and officials would not allow it, via WWE: Referee John Cone would later explain why he would not let the match continue:  The match included a scary bump just ...
The WWE Cruiserweight Championship re-debuted at Clash of Champions in impressive fashion Sunday night, when T.J. Perkins defeated Brian Kendrick to retain the title. WWE shared a video of Perkins in the moments after he hit Kendrick with a Kneebar:  After the match, Kendrick shook Perkins' hand, only to headbutt him, as WWE showed: WrestlingINC.com noted the move solidified Kendrick's status with WWE: Perkins overcame 31 of the best cruiserweights in the world to win the inaugural Cruiserweight Classic on Sept. 14, after which Triple H named him the new cruiserweight champion. TJP scored victories over several big names, including Johnny Gargano, Kota Ibushi and ...
The New Day continued the longest Raw Tag Team Championship reign in WWE history Sunday night at Clash of Champions by beating Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson in a pivotal title match. Xavier Woods hit Anderson with Francesca, the trombone he carries to ringside. That allowed Big E and Kofi Kingston to deliver Midnight Hour and secure the pinfall. WWE shared a replay of the match's final sequence: ESPN 980's Aaron Oster was disappointed to see Gallows and Anderson come out on the losing end: Brandon Stroud of Uproxx's With Spandex thought the duo looked better than it had since making the jump to ...

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