Clash of Champions pay-per-view is set to take place from Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC in four weeks’ time. WWE has advertised the PPV as a night when all the championships are defended inside the squared circle.
At this moment, there are zero matches officially announced for the PPV. It was reported earlier this week that Seth Rollins will be defending his Universal Championship against Braun Strowman, and Becky Lynch will most likely start a new feud with Sasha Banks heading into Clash of Champions PPV.
According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Ali vs Shinsuke Nakamura for the Intercontinental Title is also planned for the PPV. Randy Orton will challenge for his 14th World Title against Kofi Kingston once again.
According to WON, a match between the Revival and New Day has been proposed by the writers, but Vince McMahon is yet to put his stamp of approval on the match. Revival are currently listed as members of the RAW roster, while New Day is on SmackDown Live, and hence, a match between these two teams couldn’t materialize eventually.
Also scheduled for the PPV are the finals of the King of the Ring tournament, which kicks off with the first round of the elimination tournament next week on RAW. There is no word on the RAW Tag Team Championships, the SmackDown Women’s Championship and the Women’s Tag Titles, but they would be defended on the PPV according to WWE’s advertisement.
A non-title match between Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns is also rumored for the pay-per-view, following the mystery attacker storyline which has been unraveling the past few weeks and shall reach its conclusion soon.
Clash of Champions is an iconic PPV, and was part of WCW’s lineup during their run in the late 90s. WWE brought back the format in 2016, and this will be the fourth incarnation of the PPV in WWE.