The upcoming brand extension is going to need a lot of WWE Network specials and PPV titles to keep going. It’s very likely that many titles and shows of the past will be brought back to after the WWE Draft in July.
It was revealed a short time ago that WWE is planning a PPV of both Raw and SmackDown every month, which means that there are going to be a lot of interesting shows being brought back from many years ago.
According to a report from RingSideNews.com, WWE recently applied for the trademark for “Clash of the Champions” for a potential show or even merchandising for the future.
This news has led to a lot of speculation that after the brand split, WWE could potentially be bringing WCW’s “Clash of the Champions” show back for WWE Network specials.
There hasn’t been a “Clash” since August 1997 when WCW ran the final edition of the show. The rights to the show are currently in WWE’s hands, and all thirty-five editions are available on the WWE Network.
If you’re interested, there is a lot of great Ric Flair on those shows as well as a ton of amazing stuff from Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. You may be interested to see some very young Stone Cold Steve Austin too.
Do you want to see WWE bring back “Clash of the Champions?”