WWE Clash of Champions 2019: 5 last-minute rumors that could happen on the PPV show

The Fiend has entered the WWE Universal title picture – (Image Credit: WWE/Youtube)
The Fiend has entered the WWE Universal title picture – (Image Credit: WWE/Youtube)

Here are five last-minute rumors every WWE fan should know ahead of Clash of Champions 2019.

WWE Clash of Champions will make its return after the iconic pay-per-view event got lost in the schedule shuffle last year. Aside from Wrestlemania, no event has every single belt in the WWE – NXT titles aside – being defended on the same night, and this year’s show has the potential to really up the ante because of the caliber of matches from top to bottom.

But what’s making the 2019 Clash of Champions even more exciting are the juicy rumors roaming around the Internet. And while rumors should always be taken with a grain of salt, every die-hard Wrestling fan knows that there’s a 50-50 chance for it to happen.

Here are the five last-minute rumors you need to know ahead of Sunday’s big event.

1

Fringe partnership

Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman have been chummy with each other despite their looming singles match for the WWE Universal Championship. But before their title clash, these men must set aside their personal agenda in their defense of their WWE RAW tag-team championship against Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode. They will find out it’s harder than they thought. Based on the rumors, Rollins and Strowman will lose their titles, paving the way for the Monster Among Men’s heel turn.

2

The rivalry continues

Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton are entering the second pay-per-view of their rivalry after their SummerSlam match ended in a double count-out. And it seems this feud will drag beyond Clash of Champions, as both men are advertised for Hell in a Cell. Expect their latest duel to be a lot more physical. Now, it would be interesting if Orton can pull off a shocker by pinning Kingston and get another reign as a world champ.

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