We already know that every title will be on the line as per the stipulation of the event, and there are still a few that don’t have challengers confirmed, so let’s take a look.
Raw Women’s Championship
Off the back of last week’s Raw, it certainly seems as though WWE is setting up Asuka to defend against Zelina Vega.
After Asuka’s retention over Mickie James, Vega came out and said that she’s fed up of looking after Andrade and Angel Garza and it’s time to do something for herself.
Unless WWE pulls something else out of left field, Asuka vs Vega looks to be the match we’ll get. Excluding Royal Rumbles and Battle Royals, it would be Vega’s first ever proper WWE pay-per-view match.
United States Championship
Since Bobby Lashley won the title from Apollo Crews at Payback, there hasn’t really been any sign of a new challenger stepping up for the strap.
Crews doesn’t have any momentum either, but he’s really the only challenger that would make sense as of this writing.
Unless WWE holds some kind of #1 contender match on Raw that someone random wins, Lashley vs Crews seems to be the best bet.
Although it hasn’t exactly been enthralling, the two men that have been fighting over the 24/7 Title lately are R-Truth and Akira Tozawa.
If there’s going to be a proper match for the title, it does seems as though it’ll be between those two men.
However, it could also be that we just see a bunch of roll-ups throughout the night that WWE passes off as ‘defences’ to fill the ‘every title must be defended’ quota, instead of subjecting everyone to a pointless match like that.
All the titles being on the line would result in 10 matches, so hopefully there aren’t too many others, but here are some that just could be added in depending on how things play out over the next week:
- Seth Rollins vs. Murphy
- Andrade vs. Angel Garza
- Aleister Black vs. Kevin Owens
- Otis vs. The Miz
Clash of Champions will air live on the WWE Network from the ThunderDome on September 27.