WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results

Clash of Champions 2016

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results

Last night, the WWE Clash of Champions 2016 took place from the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. The first RAW only PPV since the Brand Split of 2016 headlined by a bout for the WWE Universal Championship. Kevin Owens versus Seth Rollins. With all five championships from the RAW Brand on the line, this could definitely be a turning point for the RAW Brand. Here is the quick, easy to read WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results…

Pre-Show

Nia Jax defeated Alicia Fox

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WWE RAW Tag Team Championship

The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) (c) (w/ Xavier Woods) defeated Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to retain the WWE RAW Tag Team Championship

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WWE Cruiserweight Championship

T.J Perkins (c) defeated Brian Kendrick to retain the WWE United States Championship

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Best of Seven Series: Match 7

Cesaro (3) fought Sheamus (3) to a No-Contest

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Chris Jericho defeated Sami Zayn

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WWE RAW Women’s Championship

Charlotte (c) (w/ Dana Brooke) defeated Bayley and Sasha Banks to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship

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WWE United States Championship

Roman Reigns defeated Rusev (c) (w/ Lana) to capture the WWE United States Championship

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WWE Universal Championship

Kevin Owens (c) defeated Seth Rollins to retain the WWE Universal Championship


WWE Clash of Champions 2016 was certainly a interesting an event, but what it means for the RAW Brand going forward remains to be seen. What does it mean for WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 in five weeks time – we have a slight indication of what it could mean here at WDD!  Don’t forget to check back here later on today for the WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Review and Opinion…a slightly British, but honest opinion on what we have seen!

Are you happy with the outcome of the matches at WWE Clash of the Champions 2016? We’d love to know what you think!

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