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Two big matches advertised for Clash Of Champions

While whether or not this direction will continue when the time for the PPV comes will be revealed later on, WWE is now advertising two matches for the upcoming Clash Of Champions PPV which seems to be based on the current storylines.

The first match which is being advertised is for the WWE Championship and it’s expected to see Dolph Ziggler challenging the WWE Champion Kofi Kingston for his title.

Ziggler was recently brought back on the WWE TV right before the Super Showdown and he has been feuding with the New Day Member ever since.

The second match is for the Raw Women’s Championship and its being advertised that the current Champion Becky Lynch will defend her title against Lacey Evans at the show.

These two have also been feuding recently and they are set to compete in a one on one match for the mentioned title at the upcoming Stomping Grounds PPV.


  • wwemrpeeps85

    Can Becky feud with someone that isn’t blonde?

  • Dirt McGirt

    Brock with the briefcase on the first episode of Smackdown on Fox.

  • Mike the Ike

    What happened to no more rematches? I didn’t want Kofi vs Ziggler at Butchers’ Bash in saudi arabia and now we’re getting it for a third time. No one buys Evans at a legit contender because her finisher is a joke. When Big Show does it it’s almost not believable so when you have 130lb woman doing it, certainly no one is buying it.

  • AKPunk91

    I feel like they have no idea who’s going to eventually take the belt off Kofi. I like him as champion but I just don’t have faith WWE can finish this run without pissing everyone off.

  • CC

    Now while short term feuds can be annoying as hell and really do not help to make people invest in matches, having the same matches over and over again get just as annoying. I really do not see both these matches happening at another PPV. We have already seen Evans/Lynch so many times already, and if this WWE title match goes ahead, it will be the third Ziggler/Kingston match on the bounce.