Clash of Champions (2020)

Clash of Champions
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Promotional poster featuring Drew McIntyre, Bayley, Asuka, and Roman Reigns
PromotionWWE
Brand(s)Raw
SmackDown
DateSeptember 27, 2020
CityOrlando, Florida
VenueAmway Center
Attendance0 (behind closed doors)[a]
Tagline(s)Gold Rush[1]
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Clash of Champions was a professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It took place on September 27, 2020 (originally September 20) at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. It was the fourth event in the Clash of Champions chronology and featured WWE's virtual fan viewing experience called the ThunderDome. As per the theme of the event, all championships across the Raw and SmackDown brands were defended with the exception of the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, which was originally scheduled to be defended, however, the match was cancelled as the champions were not medically cleared to compete.

Eight matches were contested at the event, including one on the Kickoff pre-show. In the main event, Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso by technical knockout to retain the Universal Championship. In other prominent matches, Drew McIntyre defeated Randy Orton in an ambulance match to retain the WWE Championship and Sami Zayn defeated AJ Styles and defending champion Jeff Hardy in a triple threat ladder match to become the undisputed Intercontinental Champion.

Production

Background

Clash of Champions is a recurring pay-per-view (PPV) event established by WWE in 2016. Similar to its predecessor Night of Champions, the concept of the show is that every active WWE championship for the brand divisions featured at the event are defended. The 2020 event featured the Raw and SmackDown brands and their respective titles—Raw's WWE Championship, SmackDown's Universal Championship, the Raw Women's Championship, the SmackDown Women's Championship, Raw's United States Championship, SmackDown's Intercontinental Championship, the Raw Tag Team Championship, the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, and the 24/7 Championship—the Women's Tag Team Championship was also originally scheduled to be defended but the match was canceled just prior to the event as the defending champions were not medically cleared to compete. The 2019 event had also featured the 205 Live brand and its Cruiserweight Championship, but that brand and title were merged under the NXT umbrella in late 2019.[2]

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, WWE presented the majority of its programming from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida since mid-March with no fans in attendance, although in late May, the promotion began using Performance Center trainees to serve as the live audience, which was further expanded to friends and family members of the wrestlers in mid-June. On August 17, WWE announced that all future shows and pay-per-views would be held at the Amway Center, a larger venue also located in Orlando, for the "foreseeable future", beginning with the August 21 episode of SmackDown. Furthermore, the shows now feature a new fan viewing experience called "ThunderDome", which utilizes drones, lasers, pyro, smoke, and projections. Approximately one thousand LED boards were installed in the Amway Center to allow fans to virtually attend the events for free and be seen on the rows and rows of LED boards. Arena audio is also mixed with that of the virtual fans so that chants from the fans can be heard.[3][4] Clash of Champions itself was originally scheduled for September 20, but was pushed back to September 27.[5][6]

Storylines

The show comprised eight matches, including one on the Kickoff pre-show. The matches resulted from scripted storylines, where wrestlers portrayed heroes, villains, or less distinguishable characters in scripted events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches. Results were predetermined by WWE's writers on the Raw and SmackDown brands,[7][8] while storylines were produced on WWE's weekly television shows, Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.[9]

At SummerSlam, Drew McIntyre defeated Randy Orton to retain the WWE Championship.[10] The following night on Raw, McIntyre gloated about his victory against "the greatest wrestler ever" with a wrestling move (a backslide), and stated that he knew that Orton wanted a rematch. As McIntyre made his exit, Orton attacked McIntyre with two Punts. Later, Orton was confronted by former NXT wrestler Keith Lee, making his Raw debut. Lee, on behalf of McIntyre, challenged Orton to a match. The two faced each other that night; however, the match ended in a disqualification win for Orton after McIntyre attacked Orton. After the ensuing brawl, Orton performed a third Punt to McIntyre, taking him out for the next two weeks.[11] Lee then faced Orton in a rematch and on behalf of McIntyre once again at Payback where Lee defeated Orton.[12] On the following night's Raw, three singles matches were set up with the winners of each facing each other in a triple threat match that night to determine the number one contender for the WWE Championship at Clash of Champions. Orton, Lee, and Seth Rollins won their respective matches with Orton winning the ensuing triple threat to secure another title opportunity against McIntyre. Throughout the course of that night, McIntyre performed three Claymore kicks to Orton.[13] The following week, McIntyre changed the stipulation of their match to an ambulance match. Also that night, due to the uncertainty if Orton would make it to Clash of Champions as a result of McIntyre's attacks the previous week, Lee faced McIntyre in a non-title match where if Lee won, he would replace Orton in the event that Orton could not compete at Clash of Champions; the match, however, ended in a no-contest when Retribution attacked both men.[14]

At Payback, Big E and Matt Riddle won their respective matches against Sheamus and King Corbin while in the main event, a now heel Roman Reigns, who aligned himself with Paul Heyman, won the Universal Championship.[12] On the following SmackDown, a fatal four-way match between Big E, Riddle, Corbin, and Sheamus was scheduled to determine the number one contender for the Universal Championship at Clash of Champions. However, Sheamus attacked Big E backstage, taking him out of the match. Big E was subsequently replaced by Reigns' own cousin Jey Uso, who won the fatal four-way to earn the title match against Reigns.[15]

On the September 11 episode of SmackDown, Lucha House Party's Kalisto and Gran Metalik (accompanied by their fellow team member Lince Dorado) defeated SmackDown Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura in a non-title match.[16] The following week, Cesaro and Nakamura were scheduled to defend the title against Lucha House Party on the Clash of Champions Kickoff pre-show.[17]

In May 2020, Sami Zayn was stripped of the Intercontinental Championship after refraining from competing during the COVID-19 pandemic.[18] A tournament to determine a new champion was then won by AJ Styles on the June 12 episode of SmackDown.[19] Jeff Hardy then defeated Styles to win the title on the August 21 episode; prior to the match, Styles attacked Hardy's leg which led to medical personnel placing a knee brace on Hardy's injured leg.[20] The following week, Styles interrupted Hardy, feeling that Hardy had cheated in their match as Hardy kicked Styles with his knee brace. As Hardy was leaving, however, Zayn returned with his own title belt, claiming that he was the true champion as he was never defeated. Zayn then attacked Hardy as Styles watched on and taunted Hardy afterward.[21] Over the next few weeks, all three would bicker and state their claim on who was the real champion. The rivalry eventually reached a boiling point on the September 18 episode when an enraged Hardy announced that he would defend the Intercontinental Championship against Styles and Zayn in a triple threat ladder match at Clash of Champions.[17] The following week, it was announced that in order to win the match, both title belts (Hardy's championship and Zayn's faux belt) must be retrieved to be declared the undisputed Intercontinental Champion.[22]

Cancelled matches

At Payback, Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler won the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, while during the Kickoff pre-show, The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan) defeated The IIconics (Peyton Royce and Billie Kay).[12] The following night on Raw, The Riott Squad faced The IIconics in a rematch with the added stipulation that the winning team would earn a shot at the Women's Tag Team Championship while the losing team would disband. The Riott Squad won the match and the title opportunity, while The IIconics had to disband as a team.[13] The championship match was scheduled for Clash of Champions.[14] However, just hours before the event, WWE announced that both Jax and Baszler were not medically cleared to compete and the match was canceled as a result.[23]

Event

Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
English commentators Michael Cole (SmackDown)
Corey Graves (SmackDown)
Tom Phillips (Raw)
Samoa Joe (Raw)
Byron Saxton (Raw)
Spanish commentator Carlos Cabrera
Ring announcers Greg Hamilton (SmackDown)
Mike Rome (Raw)
Referees Jessika Carr
Chad Patton
Charles Robinson
Ryan Tran
Drake Wuertz
Rod Zapata
Interviewers Charly Caruso
Kayla Braxton
Alyse Ashton
Pre-show panel Charly Caruso
John "Bradshaw" Layfield
Peter Rosenberg
Booker T

Pre-show

During the Clash of Champions Kickoff pre-show, it was announced that Women's Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, who were scheduled to defend the title against The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan), and Nikki Cross, who was set to face Bayley for the SmackDown Women's Championship, were not medically cleared to compete at the event. The Women's Tag Team Championship match was cancelled while SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley was set to address her match during the pay-per-view.[24]

Also during the pre-show, Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura defended the SmackDown Tag Team Championship against Lucha House Party (Kalisto and Lince Dorado, accompanied by Gran Metalik). Nakamura performed the Kinshasa on Kalisto who was on the receiving of a Giant Swing performed by Cesaro, to retain the title.[24]

Preliminary matches

The actual pay-per-view opened with Jeff Hardy defending the Intercontinental Championship against AJ Styles and Sami Zayn. After a back-and-forth match, Zayn obtained two pairs of handcuffs from his jacket pocket. He used the first handcuff on Hardy by threading it through Hardy's earlobe and cuffing Hardy to a ladder. Zayn then used the second pair to cuff both himself and Styles together. In the climax, Zayn unlocked his cuff (using a key that he was hiding in his mouth) and cuffed Styles, who was fighting Hardy, to the ladder. Zayn then ascended the ladder and unhooked both belts to become the undisputed Intercontinental Champion. Following the match, Zayn declared that he was not the new champion, but that he was still the champion as he had never lost the title in the first place.[25]

In a quick backstage segment, an impromptu 24/7 Championship defense occurred when SmackDown's Drew Gulak pinned champion R-Truth to win the title for the first time.[25]

Next, Asuka defended the Raw Women's Championship against Zelina Vega. In the end, Asuka forced Vega to tap out the Asuka Lock to retain the title. Following the match, Asuka stated that Vega was not ready for her; however, she showed respect by bowing to Vega, who then attacked Asuka.[25]

After that, Bobby Lashley (accompanied by MVP and Shelton Benjamin) defended the United States Championship against Apollo Crews (accompanied by Ricochet). Lashley forced Crews to tap out to the Hurt Lock to retain the title.[25]

Next, The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford) defended the Raw Tag Team Championship against Andrade and Angel Garza. The ending saw what appeared to be a botched finish, as after Dawkins performed the Sky High slam on Andrade, he pinned Andrade, who kicked out at two but the referee still counted three for The Street Profits to retain the title. It was later reported that Garza had sustained a knee injury and an audible was called to end the match.[25]

Backstage, while new 24/7 Champion Drew Gulak was interviewed on winning the title earlier, R-Truth attacked Gulak with a steel catering bowl from behind and pinned him to regain the title for a record fortieth time.[25]

Next, SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley came out to address her title match, in which she was originally scheduled to defend the title against Nikki Cross. As Cross was not medically cleared to compete, Bayley then issued an open challenge to any competitor for the title. After no one seemingly answered the call, Bayley started celebrating as if she had won by forfeit, however, Raw Women's Champion Asuka came out to accept the challenge. In the end, Bayley struck Asuka with a chair, thus Asuka won by disqualification, however, Bayley retained the title. Following the match, Bayley's former tag team partner Sasha Banks (who Bayley had turned on and attacked over the past few weeks) appeared and attacked Bayley with a steel chair.[25]

In the penultimate match, Drew McIntyre defended the WWE Championship against Randy Orton in an ambulance match. Throughout the match, Orton was attacked by the legends whom he had attacked over the past few months, including Big Show, Christian, and Shawn Michaels. In the end, McIntyre performed the Claymore Kick on Orton and placed him in the back of the ambulance, however, before McIntyre closed the doors, he performed Orton's own maneuver, the Punt, on Orton (which Orton also used to take out the aforementioned legends) and then closed the doors of the ambulance to retain the title. Driving the ambulance was Ric Flair, another legend who was attacked by Orton.[25]

Main event

In the main event, Roman Reigns (accompanied by Paul Heyman) defended the Universal Championship against his cousin Jey Uso. Reigns dominated Jey after which, he implored Jey to address him as the "Tribal Chief" and the head of the Anoa'i family. Jey refused and eventually made a comeback, however, during a pin attempt, Reigns performed a low blow on Jey as he kicked out of the pin. Reigns then continued to assert his dominance on Jey, who refused to give in to Reigns' demands. Jey's injured brother Jimmy Uso then came out, ready to throw in the towel, however, Jey pleaded with him not to do so. In the closing moments, Reigns viciously beat down a practically unconscious Jey with a fury of blows, forcing Jimmy to throw in the towel, thus Reigns retained the title by technical knockout. Following the match, Jimmy tended to Jey and reluctantly told Reigns that he was the chief. Heyman then adorned Reigns with a garland as Reigns celebrated his victory.[25]

Aftermath

Raw

The following night on Raw, WWE Champion Drew McIntyre opened the show and celebrated his victory over Randy Orton with Big Show, Ric Flair, Christian, and Shawn Michaels. Orton then appeared on the TitanTron and declared that his war with McIntyre was not over until he had captured the WWE Championship and then stated that McIntyre would pay for what he did. Proving to assert his dominance as a fighting champion, McIntyre then issued an open challenge to any competitor he had not yet faced. Later on the show, a returning Robert Roode, in his first appearance since March 2020, answered the challenge. McIntyre subsequently defeated Roode to retain the title. Before the end of the show, however, Orton once again attacked Big Show, Flair, Christian, and Michaels, who were playing poker in the legends room.[26] The following week, Orton challenged McIntyre to a Hell in a Cell match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view which McIntyre accepted.[27]

Asuka defended the Raw Women's Championship against Zelina Vega in a rematch. Vega lost once again after tapping out to the Asuka Lock.[26]

Also on the following Raw, The Hurt Business (United States Champion Bobby Lashley, MVP, and Shelton Benjamin) faced the team of Apollo Crews, Ricochet, and Mustafa Ali in a six-man tag team match. Ali picked up the win for his team by pinning MVP.[26]

The originally scheduled WWE Women's Tag Team Championship match, which did not take place at the event, would eventually take place on the October 5 episode of Raw. In the ensuing match, defending champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler defeated The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan) to retain the title.[27]

SmackDown

The following episode of SmackDown, Universal Champion Roman Reigns (accompanied by Paul Heyman) came out to address what transpired at the pay-per-view. Reigns stated he did what he had to do and called Jey Uso out. Jey then came out and stated that Reigns had showed his true colors. However, Reigns stated that Jey failed to acknowledge him as the Tribal Chief of the family. Reigns stated that all he wanted to do was to give Jey the main event spotlight, however, Jey disgraced his family. After Reigns lambasted Jey further, he then gave Jey another rematch for the title at Hell in a Cell in a Hell in a Cell match.[28]

Also on the following SmackDown, Sasha Banks challenged Bayley for the SmackDown Women's Championship, scheduled for the following week, which was also the first night of the 2020 WWE Draft.[28] On the following week Banks would defeat Bayley by disqualification after Bayley struck her with a steel chair, after which Banks would challenge Bayley for a rematch for the title at Hell in a Cell in a Hell in a Cell match.[29] The match would then be made official the next day.[30]

Jeff Hardy received a rematch for the Intercontinental Championship against Sami Zayn. Zayn retained after causing Hardy to fall and hit his head on an exposed turnbuckle.[28]

Results

No. Results Stipulations Times[24][25]
1P Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura (c) defeated Lucha House Party (Kalisto and Lince Dorado) (with Gran Metalik) Tag team match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship[31] 10:45
2 Sami Zayn defeated Jeff Hardy (c) and AJ Styles Triple threat ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship[32] 26:35
3 Asuka (c) defeated Zelina Vega by submission Singles match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship[33] 7:05
4 Bobby Lashley (c) (with MVP and Shelton Benjamin) defeated Apollo Crews (with Ricochet) by submission Singles match for the WWE United States Championship[34] 8:15
5 The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford) (c) defeated Andrade and Angel Garza Tag team match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship[35] 8:15
6 Asuka defeated Bayley (c) by disqualification Singles match for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship[36] 3:45
7 Drew McIntyre (c) defeated Randy Orton Ambulance match for the WWE Championship[37] 21:35
8 Roman Reigns (c) (with Paul Heyman) defeated Jey Uso by technical knockout[b] Singles match for the WWE Universal Championship[38] 22:55
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show

Notes

  1. ^ The event was held without a paying audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, though it featured a live crowd of virtual fans via WWE's ThunderDome viewing experience.
  2. ^ Jimmy Uso threw in the towel on the behalf of Jey Uso due to being unconscious.

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