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!
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
WWE Clash of Champions 2019 begins with a video package, before Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode make their entrances for tag team action.
Braun Strowman starts against Robert Roode but the latter is reluctant to do anything. They lock up, and Strowman powers Roode to the corner before taunting him. Roode looks nervous as he pulls himself up. Roode circles the ring and applies a side headlock but Strowman just picks him up and throws him off. Roode makes to regroup with Dolph.
The Show-Off tags in. Roode causes a distraction and Ziggler jumps on Strowman’s back with a sleeper. Strowman pulls him off and connects with a big boot. Strowman avalanches Ziggler in the corner before tagging in Seth Rollins. Strowman whips Rollins into Ziggler for an avalanche, and Rollins picks up a two count. Ziggler quickly elbows Rollins back and tags Roode in. They send Rollins into the ropes, but he kicks Roode and throws Ziggler out of the ring.
Rollins punches Roode down and knocks Ziggler off the apron. Roode then clotheslines Rollins out of the ring. Roode distracts the referee as Ziggler hits Rollins with a huge DDT on the floor! Roode attacks Rollins and gets him in the ring for a near fall. Roode punches away at Rollins’ head and tags Ziggler in. Ziggler punches Rollins in the gut and applies a chinlock. Rollins escapes via a jawbreaker, but Ziggler quickly comes back with a fameasser for a near fall.
Roode tags back in and punches Rollins in the kidneys. Roode chops the chest in the corner and hits a textbook suplex for a one count. Roode chokes Rollins for a moment before Ziggler gets a cheap shot in. Roode goes to the second rope and jumps over Rollins. Rollins knocks Ziggler off the apron and kicks Roode back, then hits him with a blockbuster. Ziggler tags in and catches Rollins with a victory roll for a near fall. Ziggler quickly applies a sleeper hold, but Rollins fights it. Rollins nearly tags Strowman, but Ziggler pulls him away. Ziggler taunts Strowman before going for a DDT on Rollins, but Rollins counters into a falcon arrow.
Strowman tags in and turns Ziggler inside out with a shoulder block. Strowman knocks Roode off the apron before hitting Ziggler with a splash. Strowman whips Ziggler to the opposite corner and avalanches him again. Strowman goes outside and runs into Roode and Ziggler with shoulder blocks. Strowman gets Ziggler in the ring and splashes him. Strowman looks for a Running Powerslam, but Ziggler rakes the eyes. Strowman runs but nobody’s home and he hits the ring post shoulder-first. Roode tags in and goes for a Glorious DDT, but Strowman throws him off.
Rollins tags in and takes Roode down. Rollins kicks him in the gut and goes for The Stomp, but Ziggler grabs his leg. Rollins gets out of a Glorious DDT and hits Roode with a Sling Blade. Rollins then hits Ziggler with a suicide dive. Roode avoids a springboard from Rollins and hits a Double-R Spinebuster for a near fall. Roode does his “Glorious” taunt, but Strowman runs into with a shoulder tackle. Roode knocks into Rollins, meaning Strowman sorta hit him. Braun runs but Ziggler pulls the top rope down to get Strowman out of the ring. Roode then hits Rollins with a Glorious DDT for the win!
Roode and Ziggler take their belts and leave. Strowman stares at Rollins angrily, before leaving the ring without his partner.
We see Braun Strowman walking backstage, annoyed. Caruso approaches and asks him how he feels. Braun says he didn’t lose, Seth did, just like he will later tonight. Strowman says Seth is on a losing streak and he’s going to make sure it continues tonight.
Becky Lynch is interviewed backstage. Becky says she couldn’t disagree with Braun Strowman more, because her and Seth will still be Champions after tonight. Kayla asks Lynch if she has met her match in Sasha Banks, and Lynch asks who this Sasha Banks is? She asks if Sasha has what it takes. She says she has had the greatest twelve month period in the history of WWE that included a litany of first-evers, while Sasha Banks….dyed her hair. She says she has earned everything she has got, just like Sasha earned the beating she gets tonight.
The match begins and Charlotte levels Bayley with a big boot. The Champion rolls from the ring but Charlotte goes out and chases her back inside. Charlotte chops Bayley and looks for a scoop slam but Bayley lands on her feet and hits Flair. Charlotte kicks the knee of Bayley, then hits a bally-to-belly for a two count.
Bayley rolls to the floor again but Charlotte goes out and throws her into the barricade, then into the opposite barricade. Charlotte gets her back in the ring for a two count. Flair stomps Bayley before lifting her up and slamming her into the corner with shoulder thrusts. Flair drives a knee into Bayley’s thigh and goes to work on the leg. Flair looks for the Figure Four but Bayley gets her in a small package for a two count. Flair stomps the back of Bayley in the corner. Bayley took the bottom turnbuckle off and yanked Charlotte down to hit it face-first. And then she won.
What an odd finish. Bayley left the ring as soon as the match ended and she took her title and ran up the ramp to the back.
The Revival make their way to the ring for tag team action.
Woods starts the match against Dash Wilder. Dawson tries to cause a distraction but Woods is smart to it and attacks Wilder, forcing him to the corner. Dawson causes another distraction and this time Dash kicks the knee from Woods. Big E runs around and connects with a clothesline to Dawson on the floor.
Woods chops the chest of Dash Wilder, then Big E tags in and connects with an STO. Big E drags Wilder under the bottom rope and clubs his chest repeatedly. Dawson attacks Big E, and Dash clotheslines him off the apron and E lands hard on the floor. Dash gets Big E back in the ring for a two count. Dawson tags in and they double-team slingshot Big E into the bottom rope.
Dash grinds Big E and slows the pace to a crawl. Tags are made to Woods and Scott Dawson. Woods knocks Dash off the apron and connects with a tilt-a-whirl headscissors, followed by a flipping clothesline to Wilder. Woods catches Dawson with a rope-assisted DDT. Big E attacks Dawson on the outside, so Dash attempts a suicide dive but Big E catches him. Big E looks for a belly-to-belly but Dawson attacks Big E again and they hit him with a Shatter Machine on the floor.
Dash and Dawson surround Woods and look to beat him down. He fights valiantly but the numbers game is too much for him. They hit Woods with the Shatter Machine but don’t go for the pin. Instead they rip Woods’ tights, and Dawson applies an inverted Figure Four and Woods taps!
Dash and Dawson stand on the ramp with their new titles. Dawson sasy the fans are welcome because they have been revived. He says no longer will the titles be dipped in pancake batter and no more stupod trombone or hip swivels. The old school has shut up the new noise. Dawson says this is greta but later tonight Randy Orton extinguishes the flame of Kofi Kinston. And then it will be a new day!
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross are interviewed backstage. As Nikki starts talking, a boom mic falls into her face and it’s R-Truth and Carmella, pretending to be officials. Alexa gets mad and tells everyone that R-Truth is here. The usual suspects come running past, chasing Truth.
Nikki and Mandy start with a lock-up before Rose hits Cross with a scoop slam. Rose gets cocky and poses, allowing Cross to take her down. Nikki mock Mandy’s pose so Sonya Deville tags in. Nikki rolls her up for two before landing a headbutt to the body. Alexa tags in and they hit a double team combo. Bliss follows-up with a snap suplex for a two count.
Mandy tags back in and Bliss connects with a right hand. She does it again when Rose yells at her for hitting her in the face. R-Truth and Carmella come running down to the ring followed by a bunch of Superstars. Truth hides in the ring, with the jobbers on the apron, but Alexa rolls Truth up for a two count before he and Mella male their escape.
Back to business and Rose capitalises on the distraction. Mandy holds up Bliss for a vertical suplex for about 10 seconds before Deville tags in and connects with a running knee for a two count. Deville applies a bodyscissors but Alexa eventually fights out.
Mandy and Alexa exchange hands and knock each other down. Cross gets the hot tag and comes in like a nut job. She hits a suplex followed by a crossbody for two. Deville rips Bliss from the top turnbuckle and she lands hard. Mandy and Sonya hit their double team finisher but Cross breaks up the pin at the last second. Nikki comes in and hits a hanging neckbreaker on Mandy to get the pin and the win.
The Miz makes his entrance. Sami Zayn comes out wearing a neck brace and talks about how The Undertaker caused him a neck injury. He then introduces Shinsuke Nakamura.
The match gets underway and Miz hits an arm-drag to Nakamura. Zayn has a mic and he is talking trash while they wrestle – making fun of Miz and cheering-on Nakamura. Nakamura swings for some kicks but Miz dodges them. Nakamura forces Miz to the corner and Sami’s mic gets cut off.
Miz forces Nakamura to the corner and mocks Shinsuke’s taunt. Nakamura goes to the apron and Miz slides out between his legs and drops Shinsuke face-first on the apron. Miz grabs Zayn’s mic and tosses it. Nakamura uses a distraction from Sami to hit a running knee to Miz.
The Miz fights back, attacking Nakamura in the corner with running clotheslines and an axe handle for a two-count. Miz tried to set-up the Figure Four but Nakamura reversed into the armbar. Miz fights out and hits a snap DDT for a near-fall. Nakamura hangs Miz on the ropes and hits a sliding German suplex, followed by stomps in the corner. Miz fights back and locks-in the Figure Four but Shinsuke reaches the ropes. Zayn causes a distraction and Nakamura hits a Kinshasha to the back of the head.
Nakamura looks for Kinshasha again but Miz dodges and hits Skull Crushing Finale. Sami distracts the referee to prevent the pinfall. Miz leaves the ring and chases Sami, but Nakamura connects with a kick and puts him back in the ring. Kinshasha from Nakamura for the win!
The match begins and Lynch slaps Banks, then slams her head into the mat repeatedly. Sasha leaves the ring and starts talking trash but Becky connects with a baseball slide. She runs up the steps and delivers a fist to Sasha’s face.
Becky goes up top and Banks pulls her foot off. Banks deliver some kicks and chokes Lynch, followed by a knee to the face. Banks applies a modified camel clutch. Lynch starts to fight out so Banks kicks her off and hits a meteora for a two count. Lynch fires back with a rope-assisted kick, then looks for the Bexploder but Sasha elbows her off. Banks goes up top and applies the modified camel clutch to Lynch. Banks jumps at Lynch but gets caught with a dropkick.
Both women start exchanging but Lynch lands some clotheslines and a jumping kick. Lynch delivers some knees to Banks, then runs at her but gets caught in the Bank Statement! Lynch fights to her feet and hits a Bexploder, then goes to the middle rope and hits a leg drop. Becky puts Sasha on the top rope, but Banks kicks her back and hits a meteora for a near-fall. Banks tries to apply the Bank Statement again but Lynch reverses into the Dis-Arm-Her. Sasha fights to the ropes, forcing the break.
Banks lies on the bottom rope and Becky hits a dropkick. Lynch goes up top and hits a dropkick for a near-fall. Sasha crawls to the corner, where Becky stomps her repeatedly. Banks applies the Bank Statement again and Becky crawls for the bottom rope and gets it. Banks gets mad and gets hold of a chair. Becky tries to grab hold of Sasha but gets a chair drove into her gut – the referee didn’t see it! Sasha gets in the ring and hits a shining wizard… but Becky kicks out!
Sasha grabs the chair again but the referee grabs it and throws it down. Banks argues with the referee, meanwhile Becky grabs the chair and swings it…. but hits the referee! Banks and Becky look at each other, then Lynch drives the chair into Sasha’s gut, before cracking it over her back. Banks rolls from the ring and climbs over the barricade into the crowd. Banks and Becky brawl up the steps through the crowd, with Lynch even applying the Dis-Arm-Her using the guard rail. They brawl into the concession area and then back into the arena. Becky drags Sasha back down the steps and they fight down towards ringside again. Banks gets the better of Lynch and tosses her into the ring, grabs the chair and looks to hit her but Becky kicks her. Becky grabs the chair and cracks it over Banks’ back. Then again, and again. Lynch sets the chair up and slams Banks’ head into it over and over. She pulls Sasha’s arm through the chair and applies the Dis-Arm-Her, and that’s when officials come down and separate them.
The match begins and the lock-up before Orton drops Kofi with a shoulder tackle. The lock-up again and Orton takes a headlock. Kofi shoots him off and again Orton hits the shoulder tackle. Kofi puts Orton in the corner and hits a splash. Orton rolls from the ring and regroups on the ramp. He gets back inside and Kofi chops him several times. Orton tries to reverse the tables but Kofi just gets mad. Randy rakes the eyes.
Orton knocks Kofi from the ring and drops him gut-first on the barricade. Orton grabs Kofi from the apron and suplexes him on the floor. Randy back drops Kofi on the announce table, then does it again before putting him back in the ring. Kofi tries to rally but Orton stomps it out. Kofi starts to fight back again and drops Randy with a clothesline. Kofi takes to the apron and hits a springboard axe handle.
Kingston connects with a chop, then another, followed by a dropkick and a boom drop. Kofi looks for Trouble In Paradise but Orton reverses into a backbreaker for a two count. Kofi starts landing some strikes and hits the S.O.S for a near-fall. Kofi goes up top but Orton goes up after him and looks for a superplex but Kofi fights him down. Kofi knocks Orton into the top turnbuckle and runs at him but gets caught with a snap powerslam for a two count.
Orton drags Kingston to the apron and hits the draping DDT. Orton takes his time before poising for the RKO. He waits for Kingston to get up but Kofi reverses into a roll-up and Orton kicks out. Kofi connects with a kick in the corner and starts to rally but Orton hits an RKO! Kofi kicks out and Orton gets frustrated and looks for the punt but Kofi moves. Kingston ducks Orton and hits Trouble In Paradise for the win!
The Street Profits are watching backstage. They hype-up the King of the Ring final on Raw tomorrow night. They get hyped until King Booker walks into frame and says he is here, on the eve of the royal final. He says he is to give his prediction but Angelo Dawkins says he wants to take the crown for a night so that he can roll-up into the club and call himself the Dark Knight, Sir Angelo Dawkins. Booker looks bewildered and says “tell me you did not just say that?” He chews them out and walks off, then comes back a second later and says “now can you dig that, suckaa?!?”
Before Rowan can even get to the ring, Reigns runs out and attacks him. They brawl at ringside before spilling into the ring, where the bell rings. Reigns attempts a Spear early on but Rowan elbows him. Rowan takes Roman out of the ring and slams his face into the announce table. Rowan runs at Reigns but The Big Dog dodges and The Redwood hits the steel steps. The Big Dog grabs a kendo stick from under the ring, and swings it but Rowan grabs it and breaks the stick on Reigns’ back!
The fight spills into the crowd. The brawl through the crowd for a minute and Roman gets the upper hand, before knocking Rowan back over the barricade to the ringside area. Rowan retaliates by running into Reigns with a clothesline and brings him back into the ring. He hits a running splash, then takes to the middle ropes and lands a flying elbow for a two count. Roman tries to fight back but gets caught with a sidewalk slam from Erick.
Rowan exposes the top of the LED board on the apron and drops Reigns on it. He drags the steel steps into the ring but Reigns hits a Samoan drop out of nowhere for a two count. Roman catches Rowan with a Superman Punch for a two count. The action spills out of the ring and Rowan ends up powerbombing Reigns through a table!
Rowan rolls Roman back into the ring for a near fall. He pulls Reigns back out of the ring and clocks him with the ring bell! They ight into the timekeeper’s area and through the crowd again. Reigns starts to fight back but Rowan quickly grabs him and puts him through another table with the Iron Claw!
They wind up on the stage and Rowan tries to use the hard camera as a weapon, like on Monday, but Reigns hits him in the gut with a piece of equipment, then slams the camera into him. He drills Rowan with a Superman Punch to send him rolling down the ramp. He lines up for a huge Spear but runs into a boot from none other than Luke Harper!
The crowd goes wild when it realises who it is. Harper and Rowan exchange a greeting, then get Reigns back in the ring. Rowan splashes Roman in the corner and throws him into a discus clothesline from Harper. Rowan hits another Iron Claw and wins.
Seth Rollins is shown warming-up backstage and he’s interviewed by Charly Caruso, who reminds Seth that Braun blamed him for earlier. Seth says he doesn’t give a damn. They lost the titles together but he can’t focus on that, he has to think about the main event. He says he respects Braun, and he’s even consider him a friend. But tonight is not his night. He slayed a beast at SummerSlam and tonight he adds a monster to the collection.
The bell rings and Braun hits Seth with a huge shoulder tackle right out the gate. Seth backs into the corner and Braun hits an avalanche, then a second. Strowman looks for the Running Powerslam but Seth climbed off and attacked the back of Strowman’s leg. Seth kicks him a few times but then Braun catches his foot and flips him head over heels but Seth landed on his feet.
Seth kicks Braun in the gut a few times and heads to the top rope for a huge frog splash but Braun kicked out before the referee even got to his knees. Rollins looked for The Stomp but Braun grabbed him with both arms and slammed him into the mat. A big biel from Braun, followed by another, and Seth starts holding his ribs.
Braun connects with a headbutt, followed by an uppercut. He yells “c’mon Seth, you’re tougher than this!” Braun runs at Seth in the corner but nobody’s home and he hits the ring post. Seth takes to the apron and hits a springboard knee to the face, then hits a second and Braun falls to one knee. Seth goes up top and jumps again but this time Braun caught him and clubbed him down by the chest!
Rollins rolled to the outside and Braun ran around the ring to hit a huge shoulder tackle, before throwing Seth back inside. Rollins rolls the entire way back out of the ring and Braun runs around again for a shoulder tackle. Strowman tosses Seth into the barricade, then back into the ring but again Seth rolls out. Braun runs at him again but this time Seth sidesteps it and Strowman flies over the announce table.
Strowman starts to get to his feet, so Seth hits a suicide dive, then a second and this time the announce table collapses under Braun’s weight. Seth looked for a third but this time Strowman caught him. Strowman looked for the Running Powerslam but Seth climbed off and shoved him onto the Spanish announce table. Rollins climbed to the top rope, looking for the frog splash, but Braun gets up, climbs up top and and shoves him off. Strowman hits a splash to Seth, yes a splash, but Rollins kicks out!
Braun seems to have hurt his knee. Strowman grabs Seth for the Running Powerslam but this time Rollins reverses into a sleeper. Strowman shoves him off and Seth immediately hits The Stomp but Strowman kicks out at 1! Rollins can’t believe it. Rollins hits a second Stomp and again Braun kicks out. Seth hits The Stomp a third time and again Braun kicks out – the fans are booing. Rollins doesn’t know what to do, so he looks for a fourth Stomp but Braun gets him up for a Running Powerslam…but his knee gives out. Seth grabs Braun and hits a Pedigree, then a fourth Stomp for the win!
We see replays as Seth struggles to his feet and gets his Universal Championship. Rollins leaves up the ramp with the belt and that’s it….except it’s not. The lights go out in the arena and when they come back, The Fiend has Rollins on the stage! He hits Sister Abigail and the lights go back out. They come back up and we see The Fiend holding Seth by the hair, then he delivers the Mandible Claw to choke Seth out.
And that’s it for Clash of Champion’s. Seth retained the Universal Championship but The Fiend has stamped his marked as the next challenger. Tomorrow night on Raw the story continues. And we’ll see you then. Safe travels!