This past Sunday was Clash of Champions and honestly it’s hard to even talk about. I thought it was going to be a good pay-per-view (PPV) and it was good, it just had terrible endings for it.
The night started off with the pre-show and we had Alicia Fox going against Nia Jax. Jax looked dominate throughout the entire match, at a point Fox was able to do a cross body off the turnbuckle and a scissors kick but was taken out by a Samoa Drop from Jax for the win.
We finally start the PPV off with the Tag Team Champions the New Day going against Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows. The match itself was okay it was back and forth and New Day did retain only by having Xavier Woods hitting Anderson in the head with his personal trombone.
Next we have the debut of the Cruiserweight Champion T.J. Perkins fighting against the Brain Kendrick. The match did contain some botches throughout the time since the bell started but in the end Perkins retained his title clean, after the match Perkins wanted to shake Kendrick’s hand, but Kendrick attacked Perkins.
We get down to the Best of 7 match between Cesaro and Sheamus, both men are tied at 3-3 one win left for either man and WWE Creative Team gives us a great match but it ends in a tie. How? Why? The match was perfect till that ending and I was so mad about this ending that I didn’t want to watch the rest but I needed too.
We now have Sami Zyan up against Chris Jericho and the match itself was a back and forth brawl between the man but the outcome was upsetting. Zyan hasn’t won a major match in a while and for him to lose this match made his momentum drop even lower.
We get down to the Triple Treat match between Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Bayley for the Women’s Championship. The match was fine I just felt like so much was going on and I couldn’t get behind the match. Everyone was everywhere and with also had Dana Brooke interfering and I just couldn’t care at all. In the end Charlotte won to retain her title, I was happy that she kept the belt because I don’t feel like these women need the belt yet.
We finally get down to the last 2 matches, we had the United States title on the line and the match is hard to talk about but we did have Roman Reigns finally winning the U.S. title against Rusev.
Finally, we have Kevin Owen defending the Universal Title against Seth Rollins and it was a good match it was back and forth and Rollins took a nasty Gut Buster which injured him. Chris Jericho interfered for Owens to have him retain the title.