Expect more title bouts than you can shake a steel chair at in North Carolina this weekend
WWE Clash Of Champions, Sunday 15 September, midnight (early Monday 16 September), Sky Sports Box Office. £14.95 (SD only). Booking now open
It’s back! Following a one-year break, Clash Of Champions is upon us for a night packed with title showdowns, top superstars and the kind of shocks that only WWE can provide.
This weekend’s event on Sky Sports Box Office is not to be missed, but before the bell rings to signal the start of the action, here are five things you need to know about WWE’s latest extravaganza…
Every WWE title will be defended
Yes, you read that correctly. The first thing to know about WWE Clash Of Champions is that all active belts will be put on the line at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. From the cruiserweight title to the big ones like the WWE Universal Championship and WWE Championship, the glory is very much up for grabs at every turn.
It’s a big night for Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman
These feuding foes are improbably WWE Raw Tag Team champs and will defend their belts against the fabulous Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode. But their night doesn’t end there. Rollins will be fighting his tag partner later on in the night for the WWE Universal Championship. Expect twists and turns aplenty, as their grudge reaches boiling point.
The King Of The Ring final will feature
For WWE fans of a certain vintage, a wrestler being crowned King of the Ring was always a big deal. Former winners include “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, Bret Hart and, er, Mabel. Now, this iconic elimination tournament has been revived for the first time since 2015 on Raw and SmackDown, with the final taking place at Clash Of Champions.
Can Bayley pass the Flair test?
With recent victories over Alexa Bliss and Ember Moon, Bayley has proven to be a worthy SmackDown women’s champion. Up next is a title defence against Charlotte Flair, who – as a native of, um, Charlotte – is likely to have plenty of support. These two have given us some cracking matches in the past, and they’re likely to provide us with another show-stopper this weekend.
Expect even more superstars
From the feuding Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton (who meet to contest the WWE Championship) to Becky Lynch, The Miz and Daniel Bryan, rest assured the WWE’s biggest names will be out in force at Clash Of Champions. Ready for a belter of a pay-per-view from across the pond? Find out below how you can order the event on Sky Sports Box Office…
How to order
Easy! Go to Home > On Demand > Live Events. To view your booking, once purchased, go to On Demand > Live Events. After that, just sit back and watch WWE’s superstars go head to head on an unmissable night of action.
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This event can only be purchased/viewed on TiVo and Virgin TV V6 Boxes.
Schedule and programming subject to change. Not available in HD. This is a live event only and cannot be recorded.
Price includes scheduled repeats on Monday 16 September at 10am, 3pm and 8pm; Tuesday 17 September at 1am, 6am, 11am, 4pm and 9pm; Wednesday 18 September at 6am, 11am, 4pm and 9pm; and Thursday 19th September at 6am, 11am and 4pm.