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WWE Clash of Champions 2020
WWE Clash of Champions 2020 Full Show Free Live Stream
What date and start time is WWE Clash of Champions 2020 in the US?
WWE Clash of Champions 2020 takes place on Sunday, September 27, with a start time of 7pm ET/4pm PT.
An hour-long Kick-Off Show starts at 6pm ET/3pm PT
What date and start time is WWE Clash of Champions 2020 in the UK?
WWE Clash of Champions 2020 takes place on Sunday, September 27, into Monday, September 28 in the UK with a start time of Midnight.
An hour-long Kick-Off Show starts at 11pm.
How do I watch WWE Clash of Champions 2020 on WWE pay-per-view in the UK?
You can now buy WWE Clash of Champions 2020 on pay-per-view in the UK via BT Sport Box Office, after a deal was struck last year that saw UK broadcast rights for WWE move from Sky to BT Sport from January 2020.
How do I watch WWE Clash of Champions 2020 on WWE pay-per-view in the US?
You can buy WWE Clash of Champions 2020 pay-per-view in the US via your local provider – full list here.
How do I live stream WWE Clash of Champions 2020 on the WWE Network?
To watch the premium tier for live PPVs, which includes WWE Clash of Champions 2020, the WWE Network is priced at £9.99 per month in the UK and $9.99 per month in the US – first-time subscribers get a month free.
You can access it via the following platforms and devices – click for info on how to access with each app:
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What’s the full match card and predictions for WWE Clash of Champions 2020?
WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre (c) vs Randy Orton [Ambulance Match]
You may have thought that this feud was all done and dusted, but Randy Orton hasn’t yet given up hope of dethroning Drew McIntyre and getting his first WWE Championship in aaaages.
And you know what? We don’t blame him one little bit.
Drew has looked comfortable as WWE Champion, sure, but we’ve sensed something approaching complacency coming into his promos and even in-ring attitude of late.
He was pushing for the Ambulance Match stipulation, but he may well regret it by the time the night ends.
Randy fell short the last time he went toe-to-toe with the big Scottish fella, but he must surely know this will be his last bite at the cherry for a long while, or even forever.
So expect Randy to pull out every last stop to make this one count – and he surely will.
PREDICTION: Randy Orton
WWE Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs Jey Uso
It finally, finally happened. After about six years of fan moaning, Roman Reigns has fully embraced his dark side, and he even has Paul Heyman in his corner.
It’s only a shame we didn’t get that big reveal in front of a real, live crowd. But these are unprecedented times, and that pull-back/reveal on TV was almost as wonderful.
So here we are. Bad Boy Roman Reigns up against his cousin Jey Uso, who is making a rare bid for solo glory with his brother Jimmy on the shelf with a knee injury.
To be honest, it feels plain odd to see one Uso without the other, and while Jey will likely enjoy his moment alone in the spotlight, we don’t think it will last all that long or be in the least bit successful.
Roman Reigns will continue to stomp his way through the roster for a while yet.
PREDICTION: Roman Reigns
WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) vs Nikki Cross
When it comes to WWE’s women’s division(s), we’ve been predicting two things for ages and ages: a full-scale war between Sasha Banks and Bayley, and a Nikki Cross singles title win.
The first part of that is coming to pass, with the duo losing their tag belts and Sasha Banks blaming Bayley for the loss of her Raw Women’s title.
We’re still waiting on the second, and Clash of Champions is surely where it’ll finally happen.
Because not only does Bayley have to contend with the fearsome Cross, she’ll be well aware that Sasha Banks will be lurking in the wings, wanting to affect the outcome of her best frenemy’s title match.
So Nikki Cross to win, with an entirely predictable assist from Sasha Banks.
PREDICTION: Nikki Cross
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship: Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax (c) vs The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan)
Remember when Take That kept shedding members but kept calling themselves Take That all the same?
Well, despite Sarah Logan’s departure from WWE, the Riott Squad are back as a duo.
Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan are a sleek twosome, and they’re already back in the hunt for tag gold.
They’re up against a much more recent pairing in Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax, but despite the champs having less time to gel, we can’t see them losing the belts.
Baszler and Jax simply have too much power for the Riott Squad to be a real threat just yet, but don’t expect them to give up. This one will trundle on for at least another PPV.
PREDICTION: Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax
WWE Raw Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs Zelina Vega
Sure, it’s Clash of Champions and every match is a title match, but it still feels off that a major singles championship match has been pre-announced for the pre-show.
It’s a sign as much as anything of how the Bayley/Sasha Banks situation is the A-feud in the women’s half of the WWE, with Asuka’s fledgling Raw title reign shunted off to the side a bit.
It’s a shame, because Asuka is still one of the greatest competitors in WWE history.
She’ll surely shrug off her position on the card and look to make a statement against Zelina Vega, who has barged her way into a title shot all of a sudden.
To be frank, despite all of Zelina’s swagger we don’t see this lasting all that long. Asuka to lay down a marker and invite some stronger challenges.
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Jeff Hardy (c) vs AJ Styles vs. Sami Zayn [Triple Threat Ladder Match]
This one has night-stealing classic written all over it, doesn’t it?
Holding the strap is Jeff Hardy, eager to keep what he has and prove (not for the first time) that with Matt over in AEW these days he’s more than just half a Hardy Boyz.
Plus this is a ladder match. Jeff Hardy in a ladder match against ANYONE is always going to be worth watching.
Then you’ve got Sami Zayn, who never actually lost his belt in a match but gave it up to sit out (hopefully) the worst of the pandemic.
And then there’s AJ Styles. Yes, everyone knew just how good he was before his time in WWE, but it’s worth restating how well he’s done in the last four years.
After leaping straight to the main roster in the Royal Rumble he feueded with everyone from Roman Reigns and Chris Jericho to (most memorably?) John Cena.
He’s been a two-time WWE Champion, one-time US Champ and already held the Intercontinental Championship once.
Most indie imports flatter to decieve when they make the jump to WWE, especially if they’re on the wrong side of 35. AJ Styles has actually he’s gonna deliver once more.
PREDICTION: AJ Styles
WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura (c)
vs. Lucha House Party (Kalisto, Gran Metalik, and/or Lince Dorado)
This one got set up in the all-too traditional way. Lucha House Party beat the champs in a non-title match a couple of weeks back, and have been rightly rewarded with a title match on PPV.
Like the IC Title match this one has quality all the way through it. Four (or five) wrestlers who are as good as anyone at the in-ring stuff, with some gold on the line.
You can’t really ask for much more (a more involved feud would be nice, but hey, we don’t want to be greedy), and there’s no reason why this shouldn’t deliver on the night.
As for who’ll win, that loss on SmackDown will concentrate the mind on the two technical artists currently holding the straps.
The luchadors will give it their all, but that mix of power and strong style will once again prove irresistable when it really matters.
PREDICTION: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura
WWE Raw Tag Team Championship: The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford) (c) vs Andrade and Angel Garza
Like the SmackDown match-up, few could argue with the quality on offer here, but this match-up feels a little more stale in comparison.
The Street Profits have had a comfortable 200+ day reign as tag team champs. Almost too comfortable, to be honest.
They’ve had some serious competition, sure, but have never quite looked like losing their titles and there may just be the smallest amount of complacency creeping in.
For their part, Andrade and Angel Garza’s relationship started off a little less well-gelled than their opponents, but over time they’ve become more and more formidable – even with Zelina Vega now going solo.
Angel Garza will want to build on his sole NXT Cruiserweight Championship, and for all his talent, Andrade only has one NXT Championship and (an albeit lengthy) US Championship reign to show for it.
We’ll stick our necks out and give this one to the challengers.
PREDICTION: Andrade and Angel Garza
WWE United States Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs Apollo Crews
A brand new(ish) sparkly US Title, but this match-up also seems a little bit stale, with these two having gone round and about a few times for it over the last few months.
That doesn’t mean that this won’t be an entertaining match, but we don’t exactly expect it to be a classic that people will be talking about for years to come.
It’s time for the hot potato of the title between the pair to end, which means that Bobby Lashley needs to mark the 15 odd years since his (original) WWE debut with a victory.
While he lacks the same gymnastic athleticisim, the fact that he has a decade’s more experience over his opponent will give him the edge.
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