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WWE Clash of Champions 2019 PPV Results & Review Coverage Live

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, September 15, 2019
Welcome to the WWE Clash of Champions 2019 pay-per-view live results coverage page! Clash of Champions 2019 is coming to you from the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 15, 2019.

This post will be updated continuously to reflect the ongoing coverage of WWE Clash of Champions 2019 results starting once the pre-show kicks off. Stay tuned!

Browse my predictions for WWE Clash of Champions 2019 and find out who won each match down below.

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WWE Clash of Champions 2019 Results


Cruiserweight Championship Triple Threat Match: Drew Gulak (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. Lince Dorado

RESULT: Gulak retained the title by pinfall over Dorado.
THOUGHTS: Solid warm-up match with an awkward ending as Dorado's shoulders weren't down and it killed the spontaneity of it, but everything leading up to that was okay, albeit not memorable. The crowd chanted "this is awesome" and that's always a good thing.

United States Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) vs. Cedric Alexander

RESULT: Styles retained the title by pinfall
THOUGHTS: Nothing to sink your teeth into.

After the match, The O.C. continued to beat down on Alexander. Nobody came to the rescue to even the odds on the numbers game of a 3-on-1 attack. Bunch of jerks backstage, I guess.


Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode

RESULT: Ziggler and Roode won the titles by pinfall
THOUGHTS: Figured that had to happen. This was a fun match. Kind of old school in its booking. I enjoyed it quite a bit.

SmackDown Women's Championship Match: Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair

RESULT: Bayley retained the title by pinfall
THOUGHTS: Honestly...weak. Just when it was getting started, it ended.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) vs. The Revival

RESULT: The Revival won the titles by submission
THOUGHTS: Four heels in a row won. They needed a babyface victory. They went with another heel. Wow. I really didn't think that would happen.

Backstage, R-Truth and Carmella were holding the boom mic for an Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross interview. Bliss sold R-Truth out and alerted everyone of his location.

Women's Tag Team Championship Match: Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (c) vs. Fire and Desire

RESULT: Bliss and Cross retained the titles by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: This was okay for a buffer segment. I enjoyed Bliss trying to pin R-Truth mid-match and I liked the near-fall where Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville almost won the belts, as that made me nervous. They got me there.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs. The Miz

RESULT: Nakamura retained the title by pinfall
THOUGHTS: I really still think The Miz is winning that title once or twice by the end of the year and now, more than ever, I'm thinking they didn't have the title change hands here because they want it to happen on the debut SmackDown on Fox. If that doesn't happen there or at Hell in a Cell, I'll wholly admit I was 100% wrong about this, but I don't think I'm going to be.

Raw Women's Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks

RESULT: Banks won by disqualification after Lynch struck the referee with a steel chair.
THOUGHTS: This was rather well done for a non-finish. I can hear the echoes of everyone complaining that Banks is now "buried" because it's clearly a black and white scenario and now that she didn't win the title, she'll never win it again and that means she's leaving for AEW and blah blah. Wait until Hell in a Cell. They'll clearly have a match together at that event, and then, depending on whether or not they want to move Lynch to SmackDown, she'll either drop the title and move to Friday nights or she'll retain the title and THEN you can complain about Banks not being the champion. At least they established why these two should fight in Hell in a Cell and gave Banks a win on a technicality so that she has grounds to challenge again. I think this was one of the best booked parts of the night.

WWE Championship Match: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Randy Orton

RESULT: Kingston retained the title by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: I'm glad Kingston won, but I have to admit that the match itself wasn't doing all that much for me. I hope they have a better contest at Hell in a Cell.

King Bookaaah talked backstage with The Street Profits. This was some great filler.

No Disqualification Match: Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan

RESULT: Rowan won by pinfall with some help from a returning Luke Harper!
THOUGHTS: Did not at all see Harper coming back. I thought Daniel Bryan would be interfering, if anything. Very shocked about that. I just assumed Harper was AEW-bound. Most interesting...

Universal Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Braun Strowman

RESULT: Rollins retained the title by pinfall
THOUGHTS: Strowman was booked the way he's always booked, in that he came up short, but they figured as long as it took several finishers to lose, he's "still strong" in the end. I guess that's okay. We'll see how they follow it up for The Monster Among Men. To be honest, I didn't see him actually winning the title, so I'm not shocked.

After the match, Bray Wyatt attacked Rollins on the stage to end the show.


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