World News – CA – WWE 2020 Clash of Champions Results, Recap, Notes: Roman Reigns mercilessly tears his family apart

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WWE Clash of Champions is the company’s pay-per-view where every title on Raw and SmackDown must be defended, but in the 2020 edition of the event, only one (real) title ultimately changed hands In the end, the event saw some very high heights, but lasting memory will be the main event, a time when Roman Reigns truly established himself as the top heel of the company after brutalizing his own cousin.

In the main event, Reigns defended the Universal Championship against Jey Uso The match was filled with drama and intensity that matched an incredible build over three weeks of intensity before Uso’s twin brother Jimmy , throw in the towel after Reigns brutalizes his brother Jey gave a fiery effort, but Reigns was just too strong and too good for his cousin, and started a brutal assault down the home stretch. Uso refused to accede to Reigns’ demands, he recognizes him as the head of the family table and « the chief of the tribe » As Reigns continued to punch and elbow his flesh and blood, Jimmy Uso finally threw in the towel to save his twin from further punishment

The match came after an event that saw a total of eight title games – the women’s tag team title game was called late after champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler were announced as unmedically unauthorized for the event, and another title match was a different challenger – many of whom stood out as solid efforts, but none quite matched the opening match that saw Sami Zayn win the Intercontinental Championship in surviving Jeff Hardy and AJ Styles

CBS Sports was with you throughout the event, providing you with updates and highlights as the action unfolded in the ThunderDome inside the Amway Center in Orlando

SmackDown Tag Team Championship – Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro (c) vs Lucha House Party: Kalisto and Lince Dorado teamed up with Gran Metalik on the outside, an odd choice given that Kalisto and Dorado hit each other’s heads together occasions in recent weeks LHP got off to a good start, knocking out Cesaro with a quick attack before Nakamura could resume action on Dorado After a long heat segment on Dorado, Kalisto finally received a hot tag, leading to a spot wilderness where Dorado performed a dive outside and Cesaro was holding Kalisto, allowing his partner to perform a DDT tornado A wild expanse of nearby falls ended when Nakamura hit the knee as Cesaro used the giant swing on Kalisto to claim the victory It was a very solid kickoff match that got very hot ahead of the expected victory for the champions Nakamura & Cesaro (c) def Lucha House Party via pinfall to retain the titlesNote: B

Intercontinental Championship – Jeff Hardy (c) vs. Sami Zayn vs. AJ Styles (Ladder Match): As expected, the ladders were introduced into the ring very quickly, with Hardy taking the first big bump of the match, diving down an open ladder inside out after Styles dodged It was part of Styles being the dominant offensive force early in the match, causing Zayn to bounce off a ladder in the corner as well. Styles also threw Hardy off a ladder earlier as the pair climbed to the titles, but that wasn’t enough to keep Hardy down. Zayn hit a blaster on Styles on a ladder as the brutality continued There was a great moment when Zayn was alone in the ring, climbing a ladder before Styles threw a ladder like a javelin from outside the ring. to hit him on the canvas Hardy would end up hitting Zayn with a Twist of Fate before rising through the ranks, seemingly set to win the titles before Zayn started tipping the ladder. Hardy tried to climb down the other side of the ladder with his head down, but took a nasty spill to the ground in the process – one of the most innovative bumps in a match full of nasty spills Hardy eventually led Zayn across a ladder suspended between the announcement table and the ring apron with a swanton from the top of another ladder

Zayn pulled out a pair of handcuffs, used one to tie Hardy to a ladder – threading the other end of the handcuff through Hardy’s ear piercing as he tried to handcuff Styles to the ropes, Styles attacked him, so Zayn handcuffed his own arm to Styles, which led to Styles knocking him out and trying to climb the ladder with Zayn on his back. Hardy stepped into the ring, still with the ladder cuffed to his ear and Zayn pulled away from Styles before handcuffing Styles to the ladder Zayn then took the moment, with both opponents unable, to climb the ranks of the other side of Styles to grab the belts and win the titles Just a fantastic, brutal match with a fantastic finish that showed Zayn a brilliant asshole, desperate to do the jobZayn def Hardy (c) and Styles take the titleNote: A

24/7 Championship: R-Truth walked backstage and entered the referee’s lounge As they left, Gulak was lungeing in the background, realizing his opportunity, and coiling Truth to win the title Gulak was being interviewed for winning the title earlier that night when Truth interrupted him, hit him with a large metal bowl and scored the pin to win the titleGulak def R-Truth (c) via pinfall to win title | R-Truth def Gulak (c) via pinfall to win the title

Raw Women’s Championship – Asuka (c) vs Zelina Vega: Vega attacked Asuka’s arm early before the champion briefly took over As Asuka followed Vega out of the ring, Vega had some profited by pulling Asuka in the steps of the ring Vega stayed focused on Asuka’s arm, locking the member or ramming it into the web whenever possible Vega came over to close the stretch to score a sneaky pin after her whole arm, but Asuka slipped it into the lock Asuka to force submission After the match Asuka called Vega a « firecracker » and offered him some compliments, but Vega responded with a kick in the stomach. An expected result, but a better than expected effort from Vega as she looked very sharp in a well organized match Asuka (c) def Vega via submissionNote: B

United States Championship – Bobby Lashley (c) vs Apollo Crews: Crews got off to a good start, using speed and agility to compensate for Lashley’s power play Lashley countered a turnaround in the corner to picking up the offensive Lashley tried to get Crews into the outside ring post but ended up being the one to take the post instead, allowing the Crews to come back, including hitting an impressive press stroke on Lashley After a standing shooting star from Crews, he climbed upstairs and hit a frog, but Lashley managed to kick out with two However, it only took one misstep for Crews and Lashley was able to secure submission with Hurt Lock Sadly, it’s hard to get excited for Lashley vs The Crews or really anything to do with the crews and the injured company after weeks and weeks of seeing variations of the same match yet a pretty solid in-ring effort at Lashley ( c) Def Crews via submission to keep the title Note: B-

Raw Tag Team Championship – The Street Profits (c) vs Andrade & Angel Garza: Angelo Dawkins exploded with a big dropkick after being briefly isolated at the start of the match and Montez Ford followed up with a twist of the strings in a dropkick of his own on Andrade As Ford was about to set off, Garza grabbed Andrade from outside the ring after an Irish whip, pulling him out of trouble and tagging him to take over from Ford, showing their strengthening work as a team after Zelina Vega abandons them Dawkins took a hot tag and started to resume the game, but a blind tag resulted in Garza hitting a Spanish fly on Ford moments later Ford took a lot of attack from the challengers before another hot tag to Dawkins, who hit a spinebuster for the win even though it seemed clear Andrade sent off Garza appeared to have been injured during the match and the referee’s signal that an injury had occurred was usually ignored, forcing him to end the match despite being dismissed After the game coaches showed Garza was groomed Generally a good game but the final stretch was awkward as everyone tried to adjust on the fly and it wasn’t handled smoothly, well that this is not something to blame anyone who is involvedThe Street Profits (c) def Andrade & Garza via pinfall to keep the securitiesGrade: C

SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bayley (c) vs Asuka (c): Bayley stepped out to cut a promo in the ring after her match with Nikki Cross was called off Bayley asked to be declared the forfeit winner in a  » open challenge « when Asuka came into the ring and it was announced that an impromptu title match would take place The action took place outside the ring where Asuka dropped Bayley with a German suplex Bayley then used a steel chair to hit Asuka, resulting in disqualification to allow her to retain her championship As Bayley celebrated her brilliant decision, she was hit from behind with a steel chair by Sasha Banks Bayley changed things on Banks – who was still in a neck brace – throwing Banks into the ring and grabbing a steel chair Banks a kicked out Bayley’s legs before bedding her with multiple hits with a kendo stick Bayley was able to get out of the ring before Banks could hit her again with a chair, winning her title and backing off It was a nice little segment after the Cross vs Bayley’s match failed The match was nothing special, but Banks’ attack was a welcome boost to the situation Asuka (c) def Bayley (c) by disqualification Note: B-

WWE Championship – Drew McIntyre (c) vs Randy Orton (Ambulance Match): McIntyre opened the match with a series of punches and kicks, taking the fight until Orton Orton opted for an early RKO, but McIntyre defended before Orton used the middle rope to score a low blow as McIntyre tried to get into the ring then hit a hanging DDT on the champion Orton lined up a punt but his ankle was caught by Big Show, who returned for the first time since Orton punched him months ago on Raw Show Orton strangled across the L announcement table ‘Show’s interference allowed McIntyre to take over, attacking Orton and dragging him towards the ambulance before throwing him to the side of the vehicle Orton was able to retaliate, attacking McIntyre’s injured jaw.The two scuffled in the back of the ambulance before exiting and fighting in the cabin before McIntyre hit a Claymore, knocking down the ambulance door.

Orton and McIntyre fought backstage before Orton was attacked by Christian, another man Orton struck down during his reign of terror in 2020 The fight returned to the entrance area where McIntyre was took Orton on the hood of the ambulance, but Orton was able to slam McIntyre back onto the windshield, the glass cutting McIntyre in several places on his back After Orton hit McIntyre from the top of the ambulance, Orton was blinded by Shawn Michaels’ Sweet Chin Music, allowing Michaels to push Orton from the top of the ambulance. Orton fired back and was about to lock McIntyre into the ambulance, but McIntyre was able to escape before hitting a Claymore As he loaded Orton into the ambulance, he stopped, dragged Orton halfway, landed a punt and locked Orton in the ambulance to win Ric Flair was then shown in the seat of the driver, carrying Orton The whole structure of the match was weird, with the different types of outside interference It made sense in a way for Orton to pay for his sins, but didn’t keep McIntyre strong in the end Not a bad chaos, but a little strange McIntyre (c) def Orton to keep the title Note: B-

Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs Jey Uso – Uso and Reigns immediately locked in a collar and elbow with Reigns pushing Uso into the corner The two looked at each other so Uso then started trying to use speed and the wrong direction to avoid the champion’s attack, but Reigns quickly regained the upper hand, pushing Uso into the ropes and saying, « I told you » Reigns continued to dominate, cutting off every moment of return attempts from Uso before Uso landed a flurry of strikes, ending in a Samoan fall for a two-way count Reigns retaliated with a big punch from Superman, but Uso came out of the ring to avoid the count Reigns continued to lash out, beating Uso and taunting him, taking chops and beating his cousin with massive punches Uso made a back in force, punching Reigns out of the ring, hitting a suicide dive and returning him to the ring before hitting a superkick for a count of two Uso reversed the spear into a pin for a close fall before hitting a superkick and splash from top rope for a close fall, but Reigns’ kick also involved a low kick

Reigns started asking Uso to call him his leader and said, « Recognize me as your tribal leader » After Uso’s refusal, Reigns hit a spear Reigns then held Uso’s face in front of the camera and asked Uso to tell the world that this was his camera, his WWE and that he was the tribal leader Uso replied, « not today, » frustrating Reigns, who told Heyman all that mattered was Uso the grateful Reigns then dropped punch on Reigns until the ref took him off Reigns told the ref to stop talking to him or he wouldn’t have any more work Jimmy Uso ran to ringside, saying he was going to throw in the towel, but Jey told him not to do it Jey the begged not to throw in the towel, so Reigns pulled him to the center of the ring and kept kicking until Jimmy threw in the towel for the ifnish Jimmy said, « We’re family , what’s wrong with you? You’re the chief, you’re the tribal chief, leave him alone « It was a wonderful brawl and really drove home Reigns’ new character, establishing it as a ruthless monster who cares more about his place in the world than « doing the right thing » Uso has played his role wonderfully, working as the underdog and struggling as the oppr imé who had no real hope of beating his bigger, stronger and better cousin I wasn’t completely in love with the finish, but there is something to be said for Uso who beat his family to the point where someone had to step in and make the sane decision to end things.Roman Reigns (c) def Jey Uso via stop to keep titleNote: A-

Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs Jey Uso – Uso and Reigns immediately locked in a collar and elbow with Reigns pushing Uso into the corner The two looked at each other so Uso then started trying to use speed and the wrong direction to avoid the champion’s attack, but Reigns quickly regained the upper hand, pushing Uso into the ropes and saying, « I told you » Reigns continued to dominate, cutting off every moment of return attempts from Uso before Uso landed a flurry of strikes, ending in a Samoan fall for a two-way count Reigns retaliated with a big punch from Superman, but Uso came out of the ring to avoid the count Reigns continued to lash out, beating Uso and taunting him, taking chops and beating his cousin with massive punches Uso made a back in force, punching Reigns out of the ring, hitting a suicide dive and returning him to the ring before hitting a superkick for a count of two Uso reversed the spear into a pin for a close fall before hitting a superkick and splash from top rope for a close fall, but Reigns’ kick also involved a low kick

Reigns started asking Uso to call him his leader and said, « Recognize me as your tribal leader » After Uso’s refusal, Reigns hit a spear Reigns then held Uso’s face in front of the camera and asked Uso to tell the world that this was his camera, his WWE and that he was the tribal leader Uso replied, « not today, » frustrating Reigns, who told Heyman all that mattered was Uso the grateful Reigns then dropped punch on Reigns until the ref took him off Reigns told the ref to stop talking to him or he wouldn’t have any more work Jimmy Uso ran to ringside, saying he was going to throw in the towel, but Jey told him not to do it Jey the begged not to throw in the towel, so Reigns pulled him to the center of the ring and kept kicking until Jimmy threw in the towel for the ifnish Jimmy said, « We’re family , what’s wrong with you? You’re the chief, you’re the tribal chief, leave him alone « It was a wonderful brawl and really drove home Reigns’ new character, establishing it as a ruthless monster who cares more about his place in the world than « doing the right thing » Uso has played his role wonderfully, working as the underdog and struggling as the oppr imé who had no real hope of beating his bigger, stronger and better cousin I wasn’t completely in love with the finish, but there is something to be said for Uso who beat his family to the point where someone had to step in and make the sane decision to end things.Roman Reigns (c) def Jey Uso via stop to keep title Note: A-

Who will take their rightful place at the head of the table when all is said and done? #WWEClash #UniversalTitle @WWERomanReigns @WWEUsos picTwittercom / u5EdgV7noT

WWE Championship – Drew McIntyre (c) vs Randy Orton (Ambulance Match): McIntyre opened the match with a series of punches and kicks, taking the fight until Orton Orton opted for an early RKO, but McIntyre defended before Orton used the middle rope to score a low blow as McIntyre tried to get into the ring then hit a hanging DDT on the champion Orton lined up a punt but his ankle was caught by Big Show, who returned for the first time since Orton punched him months ago on Raw Show Orton strangled across the L announcement table ‘Show’s interference allowed McIntyre to take over, attacking Orton and dragging him towards the ambulance before throwing him to the side of the vehicle Orton was able to retaliate, attacking McIntyre’s injured jaw.The two scuffled in the back of the ambulance before exiting and fighting in the cabin before McIntyre hit a Claymore, knocking down the ambulance door.

Orton and McIntyre fought backstage before Orton was attacked by Christian, another man Orton struck down during his reign of terror in 2020 The fight returned to the entrance area where McIntyre was took Orton on the hood of the ambulance, but Orton was able to slam McIntyre back onto the windshield, the glass cutting McIntyre in several places on his back After Orton hit McIntyre from the top of the ambulance, Orton was blinded by Shawn Michaels’ Sweet Chin Music, allowing Michaels to push Orton from the top of the ambulance. Orton fired back and was about to lock McIntyre into the ambulance, but McIntyre was able to escape before hitting a Claymore As he loaded Orton into the ambulance, he stopped, dragged Orton halfway, landed a punt and locked Orton in the ambulance to win Ric Flair was then shown in the seat of the driver, carrying Orton The whole structure of the match was weird, with the different types of outside interference It made sense in a way for Orton to pay for his sins, but didn’t keep McIntyre strong in the end Not a bad chaos, but a little strange McIntyre (c) def Orton to keep the title Note: B-

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WWE Championship match is next Drew McIntyre defends against Randy Orton in ambulance match

SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bayley (c) vs Asuka (c): Bayley stepped out to cut a promo in the ring after her match with Nikki Cross was called off Bayley asked to be declared the forfeit winner in a  » open challenge « when Asuka came into the ring and it was announced that an impromptu title match would take place The action took place outside the ring where Asuka dropped Bayley with a German suplex Bayley then used a steel chair to hit Asuka, resulting in disqualification to allow her to retain her championship As Bayley celebrated her brilliant decision, she was hit from behind with a steel chair by Sasha Banks Bayley changed things on Banks – who was still in a neck brace – throwing Banks into the ring and grabbing a steel chair Banks a kicked out Bayley’s legs before bedding her with multiple hits with a kendo stick Bayley was able to get out of the ring before Banks could hit her again with a chair, winning her title and backing off It was a nice little segment after the Cross vs Bayley match failed The match was nothing special but Banks’ attack was a welcome boost to the situation Asuka (c) def Bayley (c) by disqualification Note: B-

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24/7 Championship – Drew Gulak (c) vs R-Truth: Gulak was being interviewed for winning the title earlier that night when Truth interrupted him, hit him with a large metal bowl and knocked him out marked the pin to win the title R-Truth def Drew Gulak (c) via pinfall to win the title

Raw Tag Team Championship – The Street Profits (c) vs Andrade & Angel Garza: Angelo Dawkins exploded with a big dropkick after being briefly isolated at the start of the match and Montez Ford followed up with a twist of the strings in a dropkick of his own on Andrade As Ford was about to set off, Garza grabbed Andrade from outside the ring after an Irish whip, pulling him out of trouble and tagging him to take over from Ford, showing their strengthening work as a team after Zelina Vega abandons them Dawkins took a hot tag and started to resume the game, but a blind tag resulted in Garza hitting a Spanish fly on Ford moments later Ford took a lot of attack from the challengers before another hot tag to Dawkins, who hit a spinebuster for the win even though it seemed clear Andrade sent off Garza appeared to have been injured during the match and the referee’s signal that an injury had occurred was usually ignored, forcing him to end the match despite being dismissed After the game coaches showed Garza was groomed Generally a good game but the final stretch was awkward as everyone tried to adjust on the fly and it wasn’t handled smoothly, well that this is not something to blame anyone who is involvedThe Street Profits (c) def Andrade & Garza via pinfall to keep the Grade: C titles

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On average, Superstars who win the @WWE Championship at #WWEClash retain the title for approximately 160 days This is @ DMcIntyreWWE’s 175th day as #WWE #WWEClash Champion

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