With all the talk dating back to SummerSlam, many expected the WWE Tag Team titles to change hands with New Day's long run ending to The Club. When it didn't happen at SummerSlam, it was again expected to happen at Clash of Champions and it looked like going that way especially after Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows were completely dominating The New Day.
However, in the end, Xavier Woods used his trombone to strike Anderson when the referee wasn't looking to prolong their title reign. A title rematch the next night on RAW had the same result, making people wonder if Vince McMahon doesn't value The Club. However, there appears to be a reason why New Day won and it has nothing to do with Anderson and Gallows.
There is speculation that WWE wants New Day to break Demolition's tag team record reign of 478 days. The New Day currently sit at just over 400 days so if they're losing the title, we can probably expect it in 2017, or late this year. To add to the speculation, one wonders whether WWE had a change of heart with New Day's expected title loss, especially after Demolition were part of the ongoing concussion lawsuit against the company.