WWE Clash of Champions 2019 Results

Welcome to Ringside News’ results for Clash of Champions, the only WWE PPV where every Championship title is on the line.

Tonight’s show is being healdined by the storyline between Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman. The two are the Raw Tag Team Champions, and therefore will be defending their titles against Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode. The problem is, Braun and Seth will also face-off later in the night for the WWE Universal Championship. Will this air of animosity and tension lead to them losing their Tag Team Championships? Or will they will be able to put their tension aside and retain?

Kofi Kingston defends the WWE Championship against Randy Orton once again tonight. The marquee SmackDown Live feud has been sparked and fueled by a past rivalry, and Orton has used said past to get inside Kingston’s head. Tonight Orton looks to become a 14X World Champion!

As for the ladies, there are two huge bouts tonight; Becky Lynch Vs. Sasha Banks for the Raw Women’s Championship; and Charlotte Vs. Bayley for the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship. Both of these matches have the potential to be barn burners, and we could very well be looking at new Champions, or at least one. Will the scale balance in favour of the heels or the babyfaces?

The other matches tonight include Roman Reigns Vs. Erick Rowan, Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs. Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville with the Women’s Tag Team Titles on the line, Xavier Woods and Big E defending the SmackDown Live Tag Team Titles against The Revival, Shinsuke Nakamura Vs. The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship, AJ Styles facing Cedric Alexander with the U.S Championship on the line, and the Cruisweight Championship bout between Drew Gulak vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. Lince Dorado.

And that’s WWE Clash of Champions 2019. Follow along here for the live results, as well as on Twitter, Instagram, and the Ringside News app. Enjoy the show!

Kick-Off Show

Clash of Champions 2019 kicks-off with the panel of Charly Caruso, David Otunga, Jonathon Coachman, and Booker T. The panel run down the entire card for tonight’s show.

The panel discuss the Raw Women’s Championship feud between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks. Otunga says Sasha is jealous of Becky but Booker says it’s just a matter of Banks wanting to retake her crown.

Next we see a video hyping Kofi Kingston Vs. Randy Orton for the WWE Championship. Big E and Kofi Kingston are standing backstage, and Charly asks if they will walk out with all the gold. Big E says the only revival they respect is that found in the good book. Woods comes into the picture and he says he is back for revenge and The Revival has all of his attention. Kofi says that 9 years ago he put Randy Orton through a table in MSG, and earlier this week he did it again, so he feels great and he is ready to retain. Coach asks if New Day are too cocky, and Booker T says no, you have to be confident.

The panel discuss Roman Reigns Vs. Erick Rowan. They agree that they see why Rowan did what he did – in an attempt to gain some spotlight – but his means were not good.

Cruiserweight Championship

Triple Threat Match

(C) Drew Gulak Vs. Lince dorado Vs. Humberto Carrillo

The match begins and Gulak dropkicks Carrillo into the corner. Dorado and Gulak brawl until Carrillo comes back and they double-team the Champion with dropkicks. Carrillo hits a springboard from Dorado and catches Gulak with an arm-drag. The Champion rolls from the ring and pulls Carrillo out with him, but Dorado dropkicks Gulak through the ropes.

Dorado gets on the top rope and hits a splash to Gulak and Carrillo. Dorado then takes to the barricade and hits a hurricanrana to Gulak on the floor. Dorado puts Carrillo back in the ring and goes to the top rope but Gulak shoves him off and he tumbles to the floor. Carrillo catches Gulak with a springboard crossbody for a two-count. He grabs a hold of Gulak and runs up the ropes but the Champion pulls him down hard to the mat.

Gulak applies an armlock to Carrillo but the young Mexican rallies to his feet. Humberto knocks Gulak to the corner and connects with a switch kick. Dorado comes back with a high crossbody from the top rope for a two count. Dorado forearms Gulak and looks for a sunset bomb but Gulak reverses into a gutbuster for a two count. Gulak grinds Dorado down with a unique submission.

Dorado flips Gulak off, then hits a springboard kick. Carrillo comes in and dropkicks Gulak, followed by a splash in the corner, snapmare, and a basement dropkick. Carrillo rolls backwards and lands a moonsault on Gulak, followed by a rolling arm drag. Gulak rolls from the ring and puts Dorado on his shoulders, followed by Carrillo hitting a twisting senton to both of them on the floor! “This is awesome” from the fans.

Carrillo gets Dorado back in the ring and hits a dropkick from the top rope and looked for the pin but Gulak broke it up. Carrillo looked for a acai moonsault and Drew threw up a foot but Humberto grabbed the foot and applied a submisison. Dorado came in and put a black widow on Carrillo until Gulak pulled him off and tossed him into Carrillo. All three men exchange pinfall attempts, then big strikes until they’re all down.

Carrillo and Dorado exchange chops until Humberto puts him in the corner. It ends up with Dorado hitting a super frankensteiner, then he looked for a shooting star press but Carrillo moved out of the way. Carrillo hit Dorado with the Aztec Press but Gulak broke up the pin. Gulak then hit the German Suplex pin for the win!

Winner: Drew Gulak

The next match discussed is Charlotte Flair Vs. Bayley for the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship. Bayley and Sasha Banks are interviewed backstage and asks why they seem so calm. Sasha mocks Sarah, the interviewer, and says they aren’t scared. She came back to cash cheques and win her title back. Bayley says and she is here to ensure the title stays around a proper Champion’s waist.

United States Championship

(C) AJ Styles Vs. Cedric Alexander

Styles sent Gallows and Anderson to the back before the match. AJ Styles runs at Cedric right away but gets caught with a Michanoku Driver for a near-fall! Styles rolls from the ring and Alexander hits a twisting dive to him on the outside. Alexander tosses AJ back inside and hits a spirngboard handstand kick for a near-fall.

Styles kicks Cedric from the corner and puts him on the apron. Alexander looks for a springboard but AJ shoves his feet and he lands hard. Styles goes to the apron and hits Alexander with a suplex on the apron! AJ takes Cedric on the floor and hits a Styles Clash!

Styles gets Cedric back in the ring and pins him but stops the pin himself. Styles hits Alexander with Ushigoroshi. Cedric tries to fire back with some shops but Styles applies the Calf Crusher. Cedric gets to the bottom rope to force the break. Styles starts attacking the leg of Cedric.

Alexander fires back with a springboard kick for a two count, but then AJ hits him with a reverse DDT. Styles takes to the apron and hits the Phenomenal Forearm, followed by the Styles Clash for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ calls Gallows and Anderson down and the three of them pound on Alexander before leaving.

We go back to the panel for one last discussion and it’s about Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman. Coach announces that the two of them will be opening the show, in the Tag Team Champions. And that’s it for the Kick-Off Show.

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