WWE Clash Of Champions 2019: Match Card, Start Time, & How To Watch

WWE's Clash of Champions takes place this Sunday, September 15, 2019. The one night of the year where every title is on the line. You know, if you ignore WrestleMania. There are now so many titles in WWE that the King of the Ring final which was supposed to take place on Sunday has been moved. 11 matches, 10 of them for championships. You can watch every last one of them live on the WWE Network this Sunday from 7 pm EST, or 6 pm if you want to watch the PPV's kickoff show.

Seth Rollins vs Braun Strowman for the Universal Championship

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As you can see above, Seth Rollins currently has two championships. By the team this match rolls around, he might only have one. He and Braun Strowman will defend their Tag Titles earlier on in the show, and then face each other for the Universal Title in the main event. It's the first time this has happened in WWE history.

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Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks for the Raw Women's Championship

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Sasha Banks has returned after a four-month absence and been inserted directly into a title match. It might seem unfair, but tell us a Women's Title match you want to see more than this one? All four of WWE's horsewomen will be competing for championships at Clash of Champions. Perhaps at the next PPV we'll see a Fatal Four Way.

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Kofi Kingston vs Randy Orton for the WWE Championship

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The previous WWE Title match between Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton ended in disappointing fashion. We knew then that this rivalry was far from over. These two veterans have a history that goes back more than a decade, so it's a storyline that deserves to play out. Whoever wins this will likely be champion for SmackDown's move to FOX.

Roman Reigns vs Erick Rowan

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Remember when this angle was actually interesting and not downright stupid? Sadly, WWE got a little too convoluted with it all. It can be saved, though. By having Erick Rowan win this no DQ and reveal that he and Daniel Bryan were fooling Roman Reigns all along would be a terrific twist. Somehow we think the more likely outcome will be Superman Punch, Spear, 1-2-3.

Bayley vs Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women's Championship

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Onto the other half of the horsewomen championship matches, as promised. Bayley has been tempted to the dark side by her best friend Banks since The Boss returned. In an equally strange turn of events, that has forced bitter enemies Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair onto the same side. Could both of them be champions by the end of this weekend?

Braun Strowman & Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode for the Raw Tag Team Championships

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Strowman and Rollins have managed to co-exist as Tag Champions thus far. That will all change at Clash of Champions whether they win this match or not. While both men have the chance to leave with one title each, only one can be Universal Champion. No matter what the result of this match is, the two will be enemies by the time the main event rolls around.

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Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville for the Women's Tag Team Championships

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Ever since the Women's Tag Titles have been in the possession of Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss, they have been getting the bigger spotlight they deserve. So much so that at Clash of Champions, they will actually be defended in a match which has been subject to weeks of build. We wouldn't be surprised to see them change hands, but also think that would be a shame at this point.

The New Day vs The Revival for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships

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This match has also been built to well, but not in the same way. It feels like the aperitif to Kingston versus Orton, and that's because it is. We don't mean that in a derogatory way either. Both New Day and The Revival have spent years on WWE's various brands proving why they deserve a spot on any and every PPV, and we're sure they'll do it again on Sunday.

Shinsuke Nakamura vs The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship

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This match has more significance behind it than some fans might realize. As much as we would like Shinsuke Nakamura's reign to continue, history will be made if The Miz is victorious. A win would make him a nine-time Intercontinental Champion. The only other Superstar with as many reigns as that is AEW's Chris Jericho.

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AJ Styles vs Cedric Alexander for the United States Championship

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AJ Styles has been so distracted by Stone Cold and what's going on with the Universal Title that recently he suffered a pinfall loss to Cedric Alexander on Raw this week. That earned the former 205 Live star a shot at the US Title. With all of Styles focus on Alexander, we can't imagine history will repeat itself. This will still be a terrific match, though.

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Drew Gulak vs Lince Dorado vs Humberto Carillo for the Cruiserweight Championship

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Clash of Champions dictates that every main roster title be defended, and that includes the Cruiserweight Championship. As always, this match will be one some fans choose to skip, and that is definitely a mistake. This triple threat will showcase three very different styles and show off everything 205 Live has to offer. Don't miss it.

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