Two weeks after WWE Backlash 2016, the red brand presents Clash of Champions. Having undergone a name-change after being assigned exclusively to theMonday Night Raw brand (the event was previouslyNight of Champions) atthis year'sClash of Champions, all four titles will be on the line. But with less than three weeks until the event, not every champion knows their challenger forClash.

Kevin Owens doesn't yet know if he'll be defending his title against Seth Rollins alone or in a Triple Threat Match with Roman Reigns. While The New Day knows they'll be facing Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, Charlotte could be facing either Sasha Banks or Bayley.

And WWE United States Champion Rusev wasn't even onMonday Night Raw this week, as he was in Bulgaria getting married to Lana.

What follows are early picks and predictions forWWE Clash of Champions 2016.

Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins— and maybe Roman Reigns

While Roman Reigns can earn another shot at theWWE Universal Championship next week, the feud really seems to be building for just Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins. Ever since KO debuted on WWE programming by defeating John Cena, he's been making his wayto the top. Don't expect The Prizefighter to be a transitional champion.

As more information comes in about why Triple H helped Owens— and whether or not Stephanie knew anything about it— the feud between Owens and Rollins will continue to heat up. While The Architect may be the one to take the title from Kevin Owens at some point, don't expect it to happen atClash of Champions.

The New Day vs. The Club

When a championship has been held for more than a year— and the fans aren't getting tired of the reign— it's hard to pick a good time to end it. The New Day continue to produce some of the most entertaining segments onMonday Night Raw week-in and week-out. However, the end of one title reign doesn't necessarily mean the end of The New Day.Karl Anderson and Luke Gallowshave been incredibly dominant onRaw recently, and they seem to be next in line for the covetedWWE Tag Team Championship.

Look for The Club to send The New Day's current championship reign into "retirement" atClash of Champions.

Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks or Charlotte vs. Bayley

The WWE Universe was excited to find out that Sasha Banks was only pretending to be seriously injured onMonday Night Raw to lure in Dana Brooke for The Bank Statement. Clearly, The Boss believes she is ready for her obligatory rematch against Charlotte for theWWE Women's Championship. However, after her recent non-title victory over the champ, Bayley could also make a case for deserving a shot at the title. Whether Charlotte faces Sasha Banks, Bayley or even both, don't expect the daughter of Ric Flair to leaveClash of Champions without her title.

Rusev: WWE United States Champion

While Rusev and his real-life wife Lana were in Bulgaria for their real-life wedding,Monday Night Raw went on without even mentioning their currentWWE United States Champion. While fans of Roman Reigns are going to be pulling for him to get a victory over Kevin Owens onRaw and earn another shot at the WWE Universal Championship atClash of Champions, a more likely scenario is that Rusev returns during Roman's match against Kevin. The Bulgarian Brute will provide the necessary distraction (or blatant interference) that will allow Owens to get the victory. Then, it's Rusev vs. Roman Reigns atWWE Clash of Champions 2016, finally putting an end to their unfinished business.

Of course, Rusev will retain his title atClash.

Where to watchClash of Champions 2016

WWE Clash of Champions2016will air live via the WWE Network on Sunday, September 25. TheClash of ChampionsKick-Off Show begins at 7/6c, while the main show begins at 8/7c. Viewers who can't watch the show as it airs live from Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis can stream the entire event on-demand with the WWE Network.

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