WWE Clash of Champions: Results, new champions, match rankings and full recap

CNET | 9/15/2019 | Daniel Van Boom
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Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks.

Emanating out of Charlotte, North Carolina, WWE's Clash of Champions pay-per-view was OK. It wasn't bad, per se, but there was nothing on the show that was truly exceptional, with most of the event being average to good. Seth Rollins was the MVP of the night, being a key part of the strong open and closing matches. Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks was on its way to being a standout match but was stymied by a poor finish.

Rundown - Highlights

Here's a quick rundown of highlights:

Seth Rollins is still Universal Champion, but he and Braun Strowman lost the Raw Tag Team Championships to Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler. Not that it'll end up meaning anything, but Rollins was pinned fairly cleanly by Roode.

AJ - Styles - Cedric - Alexander - Preshow

AJ Styles vs. Cedric Alexander was on the preshow, for some reason.

Becky Lynch retained her Raw Women's Championship via DQ, lengthening her feud with Sasha Banks.

Roman - Reigns - Erick - Rowan - Waste

Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan was a waste of time -- until Luke Harper returned.

Below you'll find all the results of the night, as well as match recaps and ratings. See you next month for WWE's **** in a Cell event, which will be headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt.

Hot - Start - Strowman - Rollins - Powerslam

Hot start, with Strowman bulldozing Rollins and going for his powerslam finish. Rollins escapes, works over Strowman's legs and hits three superkicks followed by a frogsplash. Rollins is so good. Two count.

Good action, with Rollins springboarding all over the place and Strowman showing great intensity. The crowd is quiet, tired from a long and only OK show. Strowman hits his running shoulder tackle on the outside twice, but Rollins sidesteps him on the third one. Strowman crashes through an announce table, and Rollins hits dual suicide dives. The two end up fighting on the turnbuckle, and Strowman eventually hits...
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