Start getting it together. WWE has a lot of titles that are defended in the company and that can be a little good and bad at the same time. Some titles are a lot more important than others with a few of them not exactly seeming to be the most important in the world. Every now and then you will see them get a focus though, and that will be the case again later this month.
We are less than three weeks away from Clash Of Champions and the card has not exactly been built up yet. There are two matches set for the show with both World Title matches already booked. That leaves a lot left to do if the show is going to feature all titles being defended. As luck would have it, WWE seems to have some plans in mind for what they are doing.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE has some of the pay per view card planned. This will include every title being on the line but a few of the matches are not set so far. The matches most likely to take place will see:
• United States Title: Bobby Lashley(c) vs. Apollo Crews
• Women’s Tag Team Titles: Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler(c) vs. Riott Squad
The remaining title matches are yet to be officially determined, but there are possible opponents in place for all of them. It is not clear when WWE will officially announce the rest of the card.
The champs could look good. Check out some of them in action:
Opinion: A lot of the matches are ones that you can probably guess from a pretty long way off, which isn’t the worst thing in the world. Clash Of Champions can be a show where titles can change hands to get us set up for Survivor Series, though some of the stories can be rather short term as well. What we have so far and what will likely be announced soon looks good though, and the pay per view could work out rather well.
What do you want to see added to the show? Which matches sound best? Let us know in the comments below.
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