WWE Clash Of Champions 2019 Results

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Clash of Champions 2019 results. The show featured 10 championship matches, because WWE sure has a lot of championships, as well as a non-championship main event for some reason. Make sure you’re here tomorrow for the complete Best and Worst of Clash of Champions column.

WWE Clash Of Champions Kickoff Show:

1. Cruiserweight Championship Match: Drew Gulak (c) defeated Lince Dorado and Humberto Carrillo. Carrillo hit the Aztec Press on Dorado, but Gulak tossed him into the ring post and stole the pin to win the match and retain the Cruiserweight Championship.

2. United States Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) defeated Cedric Alexander. Styles retained after a Phenomenal Forearm and the Styles Clash. After the match, The O.C. beat down Alexander 3-on-1.

WWE Clash Of Champions Results:

1. Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode defeated Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman (c). Strowman inadvertently shoulder-checked Roode into Rollins and was dumped out of the ring by Ziggler, allowing Roode to hit the Glorious DDT on Rollins and win the Raw Tag Team Championship. Watch it here.


2. Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Bayley (c) defeated Charlotte Flair. Bayley removed the turnbuckle pad on the bottom rope and pulled Flair down into the exposed turnbuckle, knocking Flair out long enough for Bayley to win the match.

3. Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: The Revival defeated The New Day (c). Scott Dawson tapped out Xavier Woods with an inverted figure-four leg lock to win the match and the Smackdown Tag Team Championship. After the match, The Revival cut a promo on the crowd. Watch that here.


4. Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (c) defeated Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville. Cross pinned Rose with a rope-assisted neckbreaker to retain the championship. During the match, R-Truth ran into the ring trying to escape the 24/7 division and almost got pinned by Bliss, but was able to escape into the crowd.

5. Intercontinental Championship Match: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) defeated The Miz. Miz had the match won with a Skull-crushing Finale, but Sami Zayn distracted the referee. Miz chased Zayn around the ring, allowing Nakamura to hit a surprise kick and a Kinshasa to win the match.

6. Raw Women’s Championship Match: Sasha Banks defeated Becky Lynch (c) by disqualification. Banks repeatedly tried to use a steel chair behind the referee’s back. Lynch grabbed the chair and tried to hit Banks, but accidentally hit the referee, knocking him out and getting herself disqualified. Lynch and Banks fought around the arena until they were back in the ring, where Lynch put a chair-assisted Disarmer on Banks. Watch it here.

7. WWE Championship Match: Kofi Kingston (c) defeated Randy Orton. Kingston avoided a Punt and countered with Trouble in Paradise to retain the championship.

– The Street Profits ran into King Booker backstage. Angelo Dawkins wanted to be knighted, but Booker refused.

8. No Disqualification Match: Erick Rowan defeated Roman Reigns. Reigns appeared to have the match in hand until Luke Harper made a surprise return and attacked him. The former Bludgeon Brothers teamed up on Reigns, and Rowan pinned Reigns after an Iron Claw (slam). Watch it here.

9. Universal Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) defeated Braun Strowman. Strowman kicked out of three Stomps. Rollins was finally able to put him down after a Pedigree, followed by a fourth Stomp. After the match, The Fiend attacked Rollins on the stage, hitting Sister Abigail and choking him out with a mandible claw. Watch the Fiend’s attack here.