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WWE Clash of Champions 2019 Results

The WWE Clash of Champions 2019 Kickoff starts with the panel that welcomes us. It is composed of Jonathan Coachman, Booker T, David Otunga and Charly Caruso.

Behind the scenes, we find Big E and Kofi Kingston for an interview. Charly asks if they have an update on Xavier Woods’ condition following the Revival attack. Xavier Woods arrives and says the Revivals had to come to SmackDown to get their attention. Tonight they will find out why this is not a good thing. Charly asks Kofi for comments so close to his fight. Kofi says he feels ready, he’s the one against Randy alone. He feels good after sending him to a table and tonight he will remain our champion.

  • Cruiserweight Championship – Triple Threat Match

Lince Dorado vs. Humberto Carrillo vs. Drew Gulak (c)

At the end of the fight, Carrillo avoids Dorado’s finisher and makes him a Springboard Kick. Carrillo chained with his Moonsault on Dorado, but Gulak launched Carrillo at the bottom of the ring and made a Roll Up at Dorado for the account of three.

Winner: Drew Gulak

Behind the scenes, Sarah is with Bayley and Sasha Banks. She asks why they seem so calm. Bayley sarcastically says they should drop out with their intense fight. Banks says she’s back to find her title and be the boss. Bayley says she wants to make sure the title remains defended for the right reason. Banks says they will go home with gold.

  • United States Championship – Singles Match

Cedric Alexander vs. AJ Styles (c) with Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows

At the end of the fight, AJ makes his Phenomenal Forearm to Alexander and goes on with his Clash Styles for the count of three.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the fight, AJ decides to beat Alexander. Gallows and Anderson add to the action.

The special Clash of Champions 2019 show begins with the promotional video of the event.

  • RAW Tag Team Championship – Tag Team Match

Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode

At the end of the fight, Roode makes a Spinebuster to Rollins and covers it, but he resists. Roode is getting ready for his finisher, but Strowman steps in and pushes Roode to Rollins! Ziggler pulls Strowman out of the ring. Roode continues with his Glorious DDT on Rollins for the account of three.

Winners: Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode – New Champions

  • SmackDown Women’s Championship – Singles Match

Charlotte Flair vs. Bayley (c)

At the end of the fight, Charlotte pushes Bayley against the corner. Bayley took the opportunity to remove a cushion on the corner while the referee pushes Charlotte. Charlotte approaches Bayley, but Bayley pushes her head against the corner to cover her for the win!

Winner: Bayley

After the fight, Bayley fled behind the scenes without celebrating.

  • SmackDown Tag Team Championship – Tag Team Match

The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) vs. Big E and Xavier Woods (c)

At the end of the fight, the Revival make a Big E Shatter Machine at the bottom of the ring. Wilder returns to the ring and attacks Woods’ knee. Dawson takes the tag and they make a Shatter Machine at Woods. Rather than covering him, Dawson decides to apply a quote to Woods’ legs, Inverted Figure Four, and he taps.

Winners: The Revival – New Champions

  • Women’s Tag Team Championship – Tag Team Match

Fire and Desire (Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville) vs Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (c)

At the end of the fight, Rose and Deville make their finisher on Bliss, but Cross breaks the count and goes to his corner to take the tag. Cross hits Deville on the apron and goes on with a Neckbreaker of the third string on Rose for the account of three.

Winners: Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross

  • Intercontinental Championship – Singles Match

The Miz vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (c) with Sami Zayn

At the end of the fight, Miz avoids Kinshasa and applies a Figure Four to Nakamura. Nakamura resists and finally catches a cable to break the submission. Zayn grabs Miz’s leg while the referee takes care of Nakamura. Nakamura takes the opportunity to kick Miz and covers him, but he resists. Nakamura launches for his Kinshasa, but Miz blocks him with a Skull Crushing Final and wants to cover him, but Zayn distracts the referee. Miz chases Zayn down the ring, but Nakamura takes the opportunity to hit him. Nakamura brings him back to the ring and makes him his Kinshasa on behalf of three.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

  • RAW Women’s Championship – Singles Match

Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch (c)

At the end of the fight, Banks chained two Back Stabbers on Becky and applied his Bank Statement. Becky resists and crawls to get close to a cable, but Sasha brings her back to the center. Becky finally overthrows her with a quick account and Sasha resists. Sasha decides to go get a chair and throws it on the ring to distract the referee. Sasha takes a second chair to hit Becky while the ref is back and makes a Shining Wizard to cover her, but she resists. Sasha returns for a chair, but the referee pushes her to the ground. Becky takes the chair and Sasha avoids the blow, but she hits the referee by mistake! Becky took the opportunity to hit Sasha with the chair, but Sasha fled into the crowd. The clash continues in the crowd and in the stands. The wrestlers finally return to the ring and Becky chases the chair and applies a Disarm Her in the chair. New referees arrive to arrest Becky.

Winner: Sasha Banks via disqualification

  • WWE Championship – Singles Match

Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston (c)

At the end of the fight, Orton makes his second-string DDT to Kofi and launches for an RKO, but Kofi overturns him with a quick count, but Orton resists. Kofi kicks him and approaches, but Orton surprises him with a RKO from nowhere and covers him, but Kofi steps on a cable! Orton gets ready for his Punt Kick, but Kofi avoids him and makes him Trouble in Paradise! Kofi covers him for the victory.

Winner: Kofi Kingston

  • No Disqualification Match

Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan

At the end of the fight, Reigns hits Rowan with the steel step and makes him a Superman Punch to cover him, but Rowan stands up to two. Rowan gets out of the ring, Reigns wants to get him a Superman Punch, but Rowan catches him and makes him a Powerbomb across the table of commentators. Rowan brings him back to the ring and covers him, but Reigns can resist both. Rowan brings him into the crowd and hits him with the bell. The two men are clashing near the equipment of the control room, Rowan makes him a ChokeSlam through a table. Rowan takes it on his shoulders and brings it to the stage. Rowan wants to hit him with the camera, but Reigns catches a metal rod and hits Rowan with it! Reigns pushes the camera on Rowan twice and makes him a Superman Punch. Reigns wants to make a Spear, but Luke Harper comes out of nowhere and gives him a Big Boot! Harper brings him back to the ring and makes him his Clothesline. Rowan chained with his Iron Claw for the account of three.

Winner: Erick Rowan

  • Universal Championship – Singles Match

Braun Strowman vs. Seth Rollins (c)

At the end of the fight, Rollins surprises Strowman with a Stomp and covers him, but he resists one! Rollins chained with a second Stomp and covered him, but he resisted two. Rollins goes on with a third Stomp and covers him, but Strowman still resists! Rollins launches for a fourth, but Strowman catches him for a slam, but he falls to the ground. Rollins continues with a Pedigree and a Stomp on behalf of three.

Winner: Seth Rollins

After the fight, Rollins celebrates his victory on the stage, but the lights are closed! Wyatt makes his Sister Abigail to Rollins on the stage! The show ends with Wyatt applying his submission to strangle Rollins with his Mandible Claw.

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