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28 September 2020 08:37

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Get set for the Gold Rush (Photo: WWE) WWE fans, the night has arrived – all the gold is on the line, and one superstar in particular has the chance of a lifetime to put a new spin on his legacy. Family feuds, unlikely partnerships and ladders (oh my) are all going to play a part in tonight's Clash of Champions pay-per-view as the company looks to build momentum after two great shows last month. Can WWE deliver again with high expectations following on from SummerSlam and Payback? We'll find out very soon – so here's everything you need to know before tonight's glittering event. When is WWE Clash of Champions 2020?

Clash of Champions will take place this tonight (September 27), with all the action on the main card kicking off at midnight for fans in the UK. How can you watch WWE Clash of Champions 2020? For fans in the UK, you can tune into the main Clash of Champions show by either streaming live or watching on demand via the WWE Network – or order the event via BT Sport Box Office. WWE Clash of Champions 2020 full match card The Tribal Chief is defending the gold this weekend (Photo: WWE) The full card is set, and we know how tonight's event is looking on paper with every title on the line. Ambulance Match for WWE Title: Drew McIntyre (c) vs.

Randy Orton Universal Title: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Jey Uso SmackDown Women's Title: Bayley (c) vs. Nikki Cross Ladder Match for IC Title: Jeff Hardy (c) vs. Sami Zayn United States Title: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Apollo Crews Women's Tag Team Titles: Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler (c) vs.

The Riott Squad Raw Tag Team Titles: Street Profits (c) vs. Andrade and Angel Garza SmackDown Tag Team Titles: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs. Lucha House Party Kickoff – Raw Women's Title: Asuka (c) vs. What can you expect from WWE Clash of Champions? Roman Reigns is almost certainly going to retain against Jey Uso, but look for the latter to deliver a star making performance – while Jeff Hardy could solidify his IC Title reign in his trademark bout. Cesaro and Nakamura should keep their belts, and it's a toss-up between Street Profits and the unsteady pairing of Andrade and Angel Garza. Nia Jax and Baszler are too early in their run to drop the gold so soon, Bayley should defeat Nikki Cross to keep her momentum rolling, and Asuka will most likely defeat Zelina Vega although hopefully she'll put on a strong sowing. In the WWE Championship match, Randy Orton could dethrone Drew McIntyre in a brutal Ambulance Match, although hopefully the Scotsman will get another run once live fans return if that's the case. As far as the US Title goes, Lashley must be all be locked on to defeat former champ Apollo Crews, but maybe RETRIBUTION will make their presence known to continue their issues with the Hurt Business. If you've got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we'd love to hear from you. MORE: The Rock teases epic WWE return for Roman Reigns dream match at WrestleMania WWE Smackdown Women's Champion Bayley is not happy with WWE! Her disdain with the company is due to a recent promotional poster for WWE Clash of Champions 2020. BT Sports designed the latest (and probably the last) poster for Clash of Champions. However, they seemingly forgot to put the blue brand's championship belt on Bayley. Champions are generally very touchy with their titles. However, with former best friend Sasha Banks' constant threats to take the title away and with Nikki Cross challenging her, Bayley is really on the edge. On the other hand, along with Bayley, Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley, Nia Jax, and Shayna Baszler did not have their WWE, United States, and Women's Tag titles with them. Fans were quick to call out the graphics team on the lack of titles and for putting the leaders of the women's division to the back. Were the missing titles a genuine mistake from the graphics team? Read more – WWE Clash of Champion 2020: Full Match Card Prediction and Preview Bayley is ready to win at Clash of Champions Bayley will take on Nikki Cross at the PPV. However, she has proven from time to time that she wants to destroy Sasha Banks, especially after Banks threatened to take her title away from her. On the last Smackdown, Bayley promised to make both Banks and Cross pay if they tried to take her title. It is highly unlikely that the champion will use a chair unless she wants to win via disqualification. Even if she tries something like that, Cross' best friend Alexa Bliss will be there to teach the champion a lesson. WWE Clash of Champions 2020 was an event plagued by bad luck from before the event even began when news surfaced that Shayna Baszler, Nia Jax, and Nikki Cross would not be a part of the proceedings and one just hopes that they are doing alright. As a result, the event did not go very long, meaning that WWE Clash of Champions 2020, while not the most newsworthy event in the world, wasn't a total bust either. Of course, WWE Clash of Champions 2020 had its good, its bad, and its ugly, and we will chronicle it all for you in this 'Best and worst' article. Be sure to leave a comment and share your thoughts right below stating especially if you thought that WWE Clash of Champions 2020 lived up to the expectations that you had. #1 Best: WWE Clash of Champions 2020 started with an incredible ladder match this weekend Sami Zayn decided to handcuff Jeff Hardy's ears to a ladder at WWE Clash of Champions 2020 and a lot of uncomfortable feelings returned, for this reviewer. Do you remember the whole Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton feud where The Viper inserted his fingers and later, a screwdriver into the ear of Jeff Hardy? If you are a fan of the PG aspect of pro wrestling, let me assure you that the ladder match at WWE Clash of Champions 2020 wasn't for you. One is actually tempted to put this contest in the Best/Worst section not only because of the brutality but because it kicked off WWE Clash of Champions 2020 and nothing could follow it.