WWE Clash Of Champions Main Event Could Be Influenced By Backstage Politics

WWE Clash of Champions is this Sunday and we will have full coverage of the pay-per-view right here at Ringside News. We’re ready for the big night, but how is WWE coming along?

Ringside News has learned that WWE hasn’t started stacking the card for Clash of Champions yet. This is a process they will begin talking about today. There is reason to believe that the Tribal Chief won’t main event the entire night against his cousin.

A tenured member of the creative team told us that Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton is an incredibly strong contender to go last. It is going to be “a gimmick match with ambulances, stunts, etc.”

That being said, Paul Heyman has a way of making people see his point when it comes to how his clients are booked. Brock Lesnar notoriously opened WrestleMania 35 because he wasn’t in the main event and didn’t want to wait if he wasn’t closing the show.

If Roman Reigns and Jey Uso end up in the final match of the night, then there was likely some smooth operating behind-the-scenes. We are told that Heyman has yet to “address positioning” at this time as WWE hasn’t cooked up a line-up yet.

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