Welcome to Ringside News’ live results for WWE Clash of Champions 2020 PPV.

Clash of Champions is the show where all the belts are on the line, and tonight’s will see the two biggest Championships in WWE defended in two tense rivalries. Drew McIntyre will face Randy Orton in an amublance match for the WWE Championship, which should bring their bitter feud to a close. Meanwhile, on the SmackDown side of things, Universal Champion Roman Reigns faces his cousin Jey Uso. After emerging as a surprise challenger, Jey has skyrocketed and cut some great promos (not to mention Roman’s stellar heel turn) to make this the most anticipated match of the night.

On the women’s side of things, Bayley battles Nikki Cross for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, but we’re certain Sasha Banks may rear her blue head. Surprisingly, over on the RAW side, the bout between Asuka and Zelina Vega has, at this time, been relegated to the Kick-Off Show. Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura defend the SmackDown Tag Team Titles against Lucha House Party in a match that seems far more suited to the Kick-Off Show.

The other matches tonight include The Riott Squad challenging Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler for the Women’s Tag Team Titles, Bobby Lashley defending the U.S Championship against Apollo Crews, The Street Profits putting the RAW Tag Team Titles on the line against Angel Garza & Andrade, and what should be the match of the night, Jeff Hardy Vs. Sami Zayn Vs. AJ Styles in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship.

It’s a stacked card for Clash of Champions 2020 and, on paper, we could be looking at one of the best PPV’s of the year. The Kick-Off Show begins at 6PM EST, and the main card an hour later. Let us know what you’re excited to see and enjoy the show!

Kick-Off Show

The Clash of Champions Kick-Off Panel consists of Charly Caruso, JBL, Booker T, and Peter Rosenberg. They joke around and Booker T says he hopes Retribution jumps Charly tonight. The panel run down the card for tonight and reveal that the opening match with be the Triple Threat Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship. Also, Shayna Baszler and Nikki Cross have both been medically disqualified for tonight, and so their respective matches have been cancelled.

We see a video package for the excellent feud between Roman Reigns and Jey Uso, and the panel discuss if this match could destroy their family. Booker says it certainly can because that’s what the ladder to success can do. Rosenberg says everyone gets into their line of work to be a star and Jey knows he has a special chance to make his mark tonight. JBL remembers that, when The Uso’s debuted, nobody cared about them, but every time they left the ring the fans were on their feet. JBL says they won’t care about family, they’re gonna beat the hell out of each other. Rosenberg says we’re gonna see magic or tragic tonight.

Kayla Braxton is backstage with Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura, who are inside their “Champion’s lounge”, and drinking champagne. Kayla asks if their celebrations are premature and Cesaro laughs, saying Lucha House Party cannot hang with them. He says he and Nakamura speak different languages but in the ring they are like Pippin and Jordan, Hobbs & Shaw, then Nakamura says Simon & Garfunkel and starts singing “The Sound of Silence”. Kayla asks about their loss to The Street Profits and the Champions ask her to leave because she’s harshing their buzz.

The panel discuss the U.S Championship match and almost all of them think Apollo is being foolish to fight The Hurt Business and his focus isn’t on Lashley or the Championship, he’s more concerned with his family at home.

MVP is interviewed in a split screen and Rosenberg asks if he’s sick of Apollo Crews. MVP says he’s sick of dumb questions. He says business is booming, so obviously Apollo isn’t much in their way, and tonight Lashley will hurt Apollo again, and hurt his kids’ feelings. Booker says Cedric Alexander is undersized, so how does he fit in The Hurt Business, to which MVP says Cedric is a college athlete and intelligent, someone he has great plans for, and he sees himself in Cedric. JBL says The Hurt Business is one of the best things in many years, and asks how things will progress: MVP says they plan on earning lots of gold by expanding across borders. He also says he hears people talking about colour but the only colour he cares about is green.

R-Truth shows up dressed as an old-timey prospector, because tonight is “the gold rush”. He puts his 24/7 Championship in a pan and flips it, looking for gold. The panel joke around with him and he says he was “scared stiffity” with the shark on RAW last week, but he’s unconcerned about losing his title tonight. Truth runs off with his title and pan, and Booker gives it the Shucky Ducky Quack Quack moment of the night.

A new interviewer asks Andrade and Angel Garza how they will fare without Zelina Vega. Garza says they don’t need baggage weighing them down, she was the one instigating their problems. Andrade says Vega is in the past, and now they have each other’s backs and they are the future RAW Tag Team Champions. Andrade says The Street Profits say they want the smoke, and Garza says they’ll have to extinguish their fire first.

Sami Zayn joins the panel and asks why they’re referring to Jeff Hardy as the Intercontinental Champion. Charly says Jeff has the title. Sami asks who pinned Jeff on Friday night, and reminds everyone that he won the title, beat Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania, and never lost it. AJ won a fraudulent tournament to steal his title, then Jeff took it from him but it’s not the real belt. If Jeff or AJ had any etiquette they would have tossed the title and asked him for a title shot. Booker says Sami can call himself the interim Champion if he wants but he needs to win tonight to be the real Champion. Sami says Booker just threw him off and if he loses tonight it’s Booker’s fault.

SmackDown Tag Team Championships

(C) Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura Vs Lucha House Party

The match gets underway with Cesaro and Lince Dorado, and the Swiss Superman body slams the lucha, then kicks his back a few times. Dorado counters Cesaro and hits a tilt-a-whirl headscissors, then a dropkikc. Dorado hits an enziguiri in the corner, then tags Kalisto for a double-team splash and a one-count. Cesaro whips Kalisto to the ropes but gets caught in a sleeper hold. Cesaro slams Kalisto into the buckles to break the hold but the lucha leader hits a springboard hurricanrana and tags Dorado.

Lince drops Cesaro with a dropkick, but Nakamura tags in and lands stiff shots. Dorado goes to the top rope but Nakamura kicks him off and to the floor. Nakamura gets Dorado back in the ring and tags Cesaro, who stomps him down in the corner. Nakamura chokes Dorado with his boot while the referee isn’t looking, then gets a legal tag and drills Dorado with chest kicks. Nakamura performs Good Vibrations in the corner, then knees Dorado from behind.

Cesaro tags in and applies a headlock but Dorado fights free and hits an incredible sunset bomb for a two-count. Dorado makes for the corner but eats a big boot. Cesaro knocks Kalisto off the apron and puts Dorado on the top rope so Nakamura can hit a running knee. They hit a double team knee/gutwrench suplex for a two-count. Nakamura delivers sharp knees from Nakamura on the mat before tagging Cesaro back in.

Kalisto finally gets the tag and Kalisto hits a springboard crossbody, then a tilt-a-whirl DDT for a near-fall. Dorado and Nakamura run in but Lince hits him with a backstabber, then Kalisto jumps over the ropes to Cesaro but gets caught, only for Dorado to hit them with a suicide dive which causes Kalisto to hit a DDT to Cesaro. They get Cesaro back inside and hit repeated moonsaults from the different ropes for a near-fall. Cesaro prevents a tag to Dorado and Nakamura suplexes Dorado over the barricade. Meanwhile Kalisto looks for Solida Del Sol but eats an uppercut. The Champions hit The Swing into Kinshasha for the win.

Winners: Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura

The final match up for discussion is the Ambulance Match for the WWE Championship. Booker says the adrenaline will push both guys through tonight, despite their recent injuries. Booker says Randy wants to be talked about in the same breath as John Cena or The Rock, and Rosenberg says Randy is certainly the best wrestler. JBL says we’re in for a hell of a night and he’s been blown away by McIntyre, but he’s got that broken jaw and it will have an affect. Booker says Randy will have a plan A, B, C, through Z, so he will win tonight. JBL agrees and Rosenberg reluctantly says it’s Randy’s night.

And that’s it for the Kick-Off Show. The main card starts right now and you’re not going to want to miss the opening bout. Enjoy!

Clash of Champions

Clash of Champions 2020 opens with a video package narrated by the sixteen-time WWE Champion, John Cena. Our first match of the night is the three-way ladder dream match for the Intercontinental Championship, and first out is the Phenomenal One.

Intercontinental Championship

Triple Threat Ladder Match

(C) Jeff Hardy Vs. AJ Styles Vs. Sami Zayn

The bell rings and Sami berates them until AJ punches him, then Jeff attacks AJ. Hardy whips Styles to the corner, then Sami into AJ. Jeff hits a snapmare to AJ and takes a headlock, then hits a bulldog to AJ and a dropkick to Sami at the same time. Hardy goes out and gets a ladder but AJ baseball slides it into Jeff’s chest. Styles then hits a Phenomenal Forearm over the ropes to the floor and drops Jeff. Zayn kicks AJ away at ringside, then hits a springboard moonsault to wipe out Styles!

Sami lifts a ladder and drops it on the back of Jeff, then does the same to AJ. Zayn gets a ladder in the ring but Hardy attacks him and the ladder falls against the top rope, so Jeff hits a back drop to Sami onto the ladder! Jeff turns the ladder upside down and looks to suplex AJ onto the support in the middle, but AJ shoves him back. Jeff jumps at AJ but nobody’s home and Jeff lands gut-first on the support!

Styles props a ladder in the corner, then whips Sami into it and he bounces on it three times! Styles goes out and gets another ladder, which he sets up in the middle of the ring. AJ starts to climb but Sami pulls him down, only to get caught with a Pele kick – you can see lots of red welts on Sami’s back already. Again AJ climbs but this time Jeff meets him on the other side and they trade shots. AJ slings Jeff off and he lands hard on his shoulder, I think they might have botched whatever they were going for. Hardy pulls AJ down and hits an atomic drop, then a basement dropkick and all three are down.

Zayn gets back inside and kicks Jeff out, then hits AJ with an exploder suplex onto the ladder propped in the corner. Sami is alone in the ring and he starts the slow climb up the ladder but Jeff returns to stop him. The action spills outside and AJ slams Jeff into the barricade, then looks for a running forearm off the steps but nobody’s home. Jeff then hits Poetry In Motion to Styles against the barricade, but Zayn immediately follows-up with a Helluva Kick that sends Hardy over the barricade.

Zayn starts scaling the ladder but AJ gets a small ladder and throws it into the ring and knocks Sami off! Hardy and Styles slowly get inside and both start climbing. They brawl atop the ladder and Hardy intentionally tips it over so they both fall and AJ landed gut-first on the top rope. The ladder landed on the buckle above Zayn’s head, so he jumps up and erects the ladder. Hardy grabs his leg but Zayn kicks him back. Hardy tries to shove the ladder over but Zayn jumps off and the ladder hits an incoming AJ Styles in mid-air.

Zayn starts climbing again but Hardy yanks him off and hits a Twist of Fate to leave all three men laying. Hardy starts climbing a ladder in the middle of the ring but Sami tips it up, only for Jeff to crawl over the ladder and hang upside down on the other side, but Sami tips it right over and Hardy crashes and burns with the ladder out of the ring. AJ takes Sami out of the ring and hits his head against the announce desk. Zayn bridges a ladder between the apron and the announce desk but AJ gets on the announce desk and catches him with a moonsault into a reverse DDT!

AJ sets Sami on the bridged ladder but Jeff then drops him with a ladder to the head. Hardy then erects a huge ladder at ringside, climbs it, and hits a Swanton Bomb to Sami and they crash through the bridged ladder! Nasty, nasty bump for both guys right there. Styles is back on his feet but Jeff hits him with a ladder again. Jeff tries to put a ladder inside but Styles slams him with it in the ribs.

Styles gets in the ring, sets a ladder up and starts climbing but Jeff manages to tip it over and Styles crashes. Jeff rolls outside and Zayn manages to get to his feet and he angrily throws Jeff into the barricade, then again. Sami grabs his jacket and pulls out a pair of handcuffs, which he uses to cuff Hardy’s stretched ear to a ladder! Zayn gets back inside and he has a second pair of handcuffs and he tries to cuff Styles to the bottom rope, but AJ punches him and hits a suplex.

Styles stands up and realises Sami actually handcuffed himself to AJ! Zayn laughs but AJ kicks him over and over. Styles to climb the ladder while dragging Sami with him but he’s anchored. Hardy is back on his feet and he’s coming to the ring with the ladder attached to his ear! AJ puts Sami on his shoulders and starts climbing the ladder, but Jeff grabs his foot with his free hand. Sami meanwhile climbs off AJ’s back and he has a key for the handcuffs! Sami frees himself and slides between the ladder to handcuff Styles to the support rung, then Sami climbs up the other side and grabs both belts!

Winner and New Intercontinental Champion: Sami Zayn

Kayla Braxton comes out and interviews Sami on the stage. Zayn says he didn’t recapture the title, he never lost it. He is still the Intercontinental Champion. Zayn poses with both belts on the stage while Hardy and Styles look on.

R-Truth is backstage, dressed as a prospector because it’s the gold rush, and he’s sneaking around. He walks into the referee’s room and he blames Lil’ Jimmy for misdirecting him. Drew Gulak appears behind and rolls Truth up to win the title. Drew Gulak is the new 24/7 Champion.

RAW Women’s Championship

(C) Asuka Vs. Zelina Vega

This match gets underway and they lock-up, Asuka then slams Vega down face-first. Asuka taunts Vega about her height, so Zelina kicks her shin and they do a test of strength and Asuka puts her down. Vega breaks free by kicking the wrist of Asuka, they lock-up stiffly and Asuka takes her wrist and yanks it a few times. Asuka gets Vega in an armbar but Zelina fights free.

Asuka puts Vega on the top rope and wants a suplex but Vega shoves her down and tries to target her right arm that she fell on. Asuka kicks her to the apron and hits a hip attack. Asuka goes out after Vega but gets whipped shoulder-first into the steel steps! Vega gets Asuka back inside and stomps her down in the corner. Vega hits an arm-wringer for a one-count, then applies a hammerlock.

Asuka fights free and looks for the Asuka Lock but Vega kicks herself off the buckles and attempts an armbar. Asuka gets away and kicks her, so Vega goes to the apron. Asuka attempts the hip attack again but nobody’s home and Vega applies a crucifix over the ropes to aggravate the arm. Vega let’s go before five, then goes to the top rope and hits a flying hurricanrana, followed by double knees in the corner for a near-fall!

Vega looks for a backstabber but Asuka holds onto the ropes. Vega rolls through a roll-up and hits a kick to the face for another near-fall. Asuka catches a kick, they trade some impressive pin attempts, and Asuka gets her in the Asuka Lock and Vega taps instantly!

Winner: Asuka

Charly Caruso interviews Asuka after the match and asks if Asuka got more than she expected. Asuka says Zelina is small but dangerous, like a firecracker. That said, she was not ready for Asuka. Vega is back on her feet and Asuka looks for a handshake but Zelina shakes her head and bows like Japanese tradition. When Asuka bows back Vega kicks her and drops her. Vega leaves and Asuka goes nuts, screaming on the microphone in Japanese.

United States Championship

(C) Bobby Lashley W/The Hurt Business Vs. Apollo Crews W/Ricochet

The bell rings and Lashley sweeps the legs of Apollo and pins him for two, then taunts him that he almost beat him that quick. Lashley takes the wrist but Apollo fires off some forearms. Lashley drops him with a shoulder, then takes the wrist again. Lashley attempts the leg sweep again but this time Apollo avoids it and kicks him, then clotheslines him over the ropes.

Crews hits a moonsault from the apron to Lashley on the floor, then slams him into the barricade before getting him back in the ring. Apollo goes up top and hits a flying crossbody for a one-count. Lashley counters Apollo, shoves him into the buckles and hits a flatliner for a two-count. Lashley chokes Apollo on the middle rope while MVP talks trash to him.

Lashley hits a suplex and Crews rolls out of the ring. Crews shoves Lashley into the ring post and Ricochet tries to encourage him. Both men get back in the ring and Crews builds a head of steam with funning forearms, then a splash in the corner and a back elbow that knocks Lashley out of the ring. Crews goes to the apron and jumps onto Bobby.

Back in the ring, Crews hits an enziguiri, followed by a military press and a standing moonsault for a near-fall. Apollo goes up top but Bobby hits him, then climbs up and lands a superplex for a near-fall. Lashley looks for the Dominator but Apollo lands on his feet and hits a standing shooting star press. Apollo goes up top and hits a frog splash for a near-fall! Lashley catches Apollo with a one-handed spinebuster, then applies the Hurt Lock and Crews taps!

Winner: Bobby Lashley

RAW Tag Team Championships

(C) The Street Profits Vs. Angel Garza & Andrade

We start the match with Andrade and Dakwins, and they trade wristlocks. Garza tags in and beats Dawkins in the corner, then takes him down by the arm. Andrade tags back in and takes a headlock. Dawkins gets shot off and hits a shoulder tackle, then connects with a dropkick before tagging Montez.

Ford hits dropkicks to Andrade and Garza, then leap frogs Andrade and attempts another dropkick but Garza grabs Andrade to prevent it. Angel tags in, they hit a flapjack/kick, then Garza rips his pants off and then takes a chinlock. Andrade gets the tag and hits a middle rope dropkick to Ford in the chinlock. Andrade holds Ford on the apron and Garza hits a running kick before applying an armlock.

Montez hits a back suplex to break free, then looks to make a tag. Dawkins and Andrade come in and Angelo hits spinning back elbows, a flapjack, and an exploder suplex. Andrade dodges Dawkins and hits a dropkick, then looks for double knees but Angel moves. Garza tags in off the back of Andrade as Dawkins hits a spinebuster. Garza dropkicks Dawkins from the ring.

Ford got the tag and he battles with Garza on the top rope, only for Angel to hit a Spanish fly for a near-fall! Montez looks to make a tag but Andrade pulls Dawkins from the apron. Angel knocks Ford into the corner, then tags Andrade and he hits double knees for a near-fall. Ford hits an enziguiri and tags Dawkins, who hits the Annointment for a near-fall but the referee said he got the three count.

Winners: The Street Profits

Definitely a botched finish there. An obvious kick-out from Andrade but the announcers play it off as the referee missed the shoulder. Angel Garza seems injured on the outside as doctors are checking on him.

The WWE Draft returns on October 9th on SmackDown. Drew Gulak is interviewed backstage and he says he’s already to compete. That’s why he was doing his lunges earlier when he saw R-Truth. Gulak pays respects to Akira Tozawa, who was eaten by a shark last week. Truth then pops-up behind him and hits him with a steel bowl and pins him. R-Truth is the new WWE 24/7 Champion.

The SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley comes to the ring with a big smile on her face. Bayley says it’s such sad news that Nikki Cross can’t compete tonight and has to forfeit their match. Bayley says she was looking forward to Cross proving herself but it wasn’t meant to be. She then says she’s willing to let someone take Cross’ spot and she’ll put the title on the line, then gives someone a few seconds to answer the call before telling the referee to declare her the winner. Suddenly Asuka’s music hits and she comes into the ring, so the referee calls for the bell!

SmackDown Women’s Championship

(C) Bayley Vs. Asuka

Asuka drops Bayley right away and does a little dance. Asuka hits a German suplex and Bayley rolls from the ring. Bayley looks to leave but Asuka pulls her back into the ring and slams her. Asuka applies an armbar, then transitions to the Asuka Lock but Bayley grabs the bottom rope.

Bayley slingshots Asuka on the ropes, then hits a back suplex for a two-count. Bayley attacks Asuka in the corner, then talks trash to Michael Cole. Bayley goes up top and jumps but gets caught with a Codebreaker. Bayley rolls outside but Asuka goes after her and hits a headkick. Asuka follows-up with a German suplex on the floor. Asuka looks to get Bayley back in the ring but the “chairwoman” of SmackDown, uses her chair to hit Asuka and gets disqualified.

Winner Via Disqualification: Asuka

Bayley is smug and hits Asuka with the chair again, then turns to leave but gets hit in the back by a chair…from Sasha Banks! Sasha is there with a neck brace on and she’s still hurt. Bayley shoves her into the announce desk, then into the ring. Bayley gets a second chair and a Kendo stick, and sets one of the chairs up in the middle of the ring. Banks hits her and grabs the Kendo stick, which she uses to batter Bayley over and over. Sasha grabs the chair and swings it but Bayley rolls out and retreats.

WWE Championship

Ambulance Match

(C) Drew McIntyre Vs. Randy Orton

This huge match gets underway and McIntyre kicks Orton and beats him from pillar to post. McIntyre punches Orton in the corner and lands some chops against the ropes, then drops him with a headlock punch. Randy attempts an RKO but Drew shoves him off. Orton throws McIntyre to the apron, then kicks the rope into his crotch as he tries to re-enter. Orton quickly grabs Drew and hits a draping DDT.

McIntyre starts crawling and Orton looks to hit a Punt but suddenly Orton’s foot is grabbed from behind and it’s The Big Show! Orton turns around and looks horrified. Show pulls him from the ring and Chokeslams him through the announce table! Drew gets out of the ring and laughs at Randy, then lifts him up and drops him on the barricade. McIntyre beats Randy around ringside and stomps on his hand, taking him towards the ambulance.

McIntyre carries Orton on his shoulders to the ambulance, then launches him into it like a lawn dart. Drew opens the side of the ambulance and pulls out some crutches and a red chair. Drew hits Orton with the chair in the gut, then the back. McIntyre looks to hit him again but suddenly Orton hits him with a crutch. Orton uses the crutch again, then rams the chair into the jaw of McIntyre.

Orton opens the ambulance doors and tries to put Drew in, but the Champion turns the tables and punches Orton inside the ambulance. Orton fires back and stumbles out of the vehicle, before hitting a European uppercut to the jaw. Orton opens the driver door and looks to shove McIntyre inside but Drew pulls away and delivers a Glasgow Kiss!

Orton gets to his feet slowly and McIntyre attempts a Claymore Kick but Orton dodges and Drew kicks the door off the ambulance! Drew is favouring his leg but he manages to slam Orton head-first into the hood of the ambulance! Orton crawls away and through a curtain towards the backstage area and Drew follows after him. McIntyre beats Randy around backstage, setting him on a leather chair and teeing off.

Orton manages to whip Drew hard into the wall and get a reprieve…only for Christian to appear from behind and slam Orton into some catering tables. Christian gets on top of Randy and punches him over and over before leaving. McIntyre is back and he beats Orton back towards the arena and the ambulance. McIntyre gets Orton on the hood of the ambulance, then climbs up with him but Orton jams a thumb in his eye and slams Drew down by the head and he smashes the windshield!

McIntyre crawls onto the roof of the ambulance and Orton stalks him. Drew’s back is cut all over, and so are his arms, and Orton drills him with a knee on top of the ambulance. Drew tries to climb down and Orton delivers measured punches as he hangs from the roof. Orton stomps his hands and Drew falls off. Orton lays on the ambulance roof and laughs. Orton slowly stands up and turns around…right into Sweet Chin Music! Michaels then shoves Orton off the roof of the ambulance!

Both men are down on the floor but the Champion slowly gets up. McIntyre lifts Orton onto his shoulders and drags him towards the ambulance but Orton elbows his in the jaw over and over, then hits an RKO! Orton lifts McIntyre and sets him in the ambulance. Drew is down and out and Orton gets one of the doors closed, then starts to close the other but McIntyre gets a hand to it.

Drew shoves a finger in Orton’s eye, then stumbles out and hits a Claymore! Drew lifts Randy and puts him in the ambulance. Before he closes the doors he stops and drags Orton out halfway, then takes a run-up and Punts him! McIntyre rolls Orton into the ambulance and shuts the doors to retain the WWE Championship!

Winner: Drew McIntyre

McIntyre celebrates his hard-fought win after the match, then the referee slaps the back of the ambulance and tells it to go. The camera pulls around and the driver is none other, than Ric Flair!

It’s main event time and Jey Uso comes out first wearing a Hawaiian flower wreath. Roman is out next and we get ring introductions, during which Jey looks unsure of himself.

WWE Universal Championship

(C) Roman Reigns W/Paul Heyman Vs. Jey Uso

The bell rings and they circle the ring, with Jey saying “it didn’t have to do down like this.” They lock-up and Roman powers Jey to the corner, then releases and stares him down. They lock-up again and Roman forces him to the corner again, then launches him across the ring. Jey nods and settles himself.

Another lock-up and Roman whips Jey to the opposite corner, but Uso jumps over him and does a little dance. Roman gets mad and grabs Jey from behind, then throws him across the ring and Jey rolls out. Roman talks trash as Jey walks around the ring. Jey gets back inside and hits some big uppercuts, then ducks a lariat, only to be caught with a flying clothesline.

Roman chokes Jey on the middle rope and talks trash to him, telling him he’s not the chief. Roman slams Jey into the buckles, then slams him down and says he should have listened to the tribal chief. Jey rolls to the apron and Roman pulls his head down, choking him, then delivers a big uppercut that knocks Jey to the floor.

Roman drops Jey on the barricade, but Uso fires back with an uppercut, which only angers Roman. Reigns slams Jey into the new announce desk, then gets him back in the ring after trash talking the referee and announcers. Jey fires back with right hands and hits a Samoan drop for a two-count. Jey goes to the corner and mocks Roman’s roar, then runs right into a Superman punch!

Jey rolls outside and Roman goes after him. They trade shots on the floor until Roman drops Jey and puts him back inside. Roman tells Jey he should have just taken the pay day but now he’s gonna get that “ass whoopin’” he promised. Roman puts Jey in the corner and lands some heavy right hands. Jey throws a chop but Roman no-sells it and lands an uppercut.

Roman slowly beats Jey around the ring until Uso fires back with a kick and some uppercuts. Jey shoves Roman shoulder-first into the ring post, then clotheslines him over the ropes and hits a suicide dive. Jey gets Reigns back inside and hits an enziguiri, then another suicide dive. Jey rolls Roman into the ring and hits a superkick for a near-fall!

Uso climbs to the top rope but Roman avoids a dive, then hits a vertical leg drop – like a Rough Ryder – for a near-fall. Roman gets angry and goes to the corner. Reigns runs for the Spear but Jey catches him with an incredible roll-up for a near-fall. They both jump up and Jey hits a superkick, then Jey goes up top and hits a splash for another near-fall! When Roman kicked-out he intentionally low-blowed Jey!

Reigns glances at Heyman and laughs, then gets up and goes to the corner. Roman hits a Spear but doesn’t go for the cover. Roman says Jey brought the chief all the way out here, so he isn’t done just yet. He demands Jey acknowledge him as the chief but Jey shakes his head. Roman grabs him by the bear and yells at him, then tosses him into the ropes and hits a second Spear.

Roman grabs Jey by the head and makes him stare into the camera. He again demands he acknowledge him as the tribal chief but Jey refuses. Heyman shouts at Roman that he recognises him but that’s not what he wants. Roman gets on top of Jey and punches him over and over. The referee tries to stop it but Roman gets in his face and tells him he’ll drop him if gets in the way.

Reigns gets on top of Jey and lands repeated elbows, and again tells the referee to back off, that he has been beating on him like this his whole life. Jey still won’t acquiesce, so Reigns lands forearms to the back of the head. Jimmy Uso comes down the ramp, limping, and tells Jey he’s going to throw the towel in but Jey begs him not to. Roman tells Jimmy to acknowledge him and he’ll end it. Jimmy calls him Joe and tells him to stop but Roman says no and Jey says not to end it. So Roman drags Jey back into the middle of the ring and unloads hammerfists with both hands until Jimmy throws the towel.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Roman doesn’t stop beating Jey, so Jimmy slides in and dives on top of his brother. Jimmy tells Roman he didn’t have to do it, then tells him he’s the chief. Paul Heyman comes in and hands Roman the Universal Championship, then puts the flower wreath on him. Roman stands and watches Jimmy and Jey as the show ends.

And that’s it for WWE Clash of Champions 2020. That was a great PPV from top to bottom, let us know what your favourite match was and be sure to come back tomorrow night for Monday Night RAW. Until then, stay safe!

Curtis Dillion

Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.

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