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- WWE Clash Of Champions 2017 Match Card 12/17/17
# KickOff match
– Zack Ryder vs. Mojo Rawley
# WWE Championship Match
– WWE Champion AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal
# TagTeam Match
– Breezango vs. The Bludgeon Brothers
# Womens Championship Lumberjack Match
– Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya
# US Champ Triple Threat Match
– Baron Corbin vs. Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler
# TagTeam Showdown
– Randy Orton & Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn
– Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan as special guest referees
# Fatal 4 Way – TagTeam Champ Match
– The Usos vs. The New Day vs. Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable vs. Rusev & Aiden English
- WWE Clash Of Champions 2017 Full Match Card Info
Randy Orton & Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn (Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan as special guest referees)
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn will be fighting for their WWE careers at WWE Clash of Champions when they battle Randy
Orton & Shinsuke Nakamura in a crucial tag team showdown. And not one, but two special guest referees will be on
hand to make sure the right outcome occurs. Those referees will be SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon
and Daniel Bryan.
Shane-O-Mac and Owens have been at each other’s throats for months, and the animosity between the two exploded
when KO savagely attacked Mr. McMahon and later slugged it out with Shane in a brutal Hell in a Cell Match that
saw Zayn shockingly help KO survive – and win. After reforming their friendship, Owens and Zayn made the
situation even worse by attacking their boss at Survivor Series and helping cause the demise of SmackDown LIVE
in the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match.
The SmackDown LIVE Commissioner nearly fired the bitter Superstars for their treacherous actions on an episode
of the blue brand, but after Shane left the arena, General Manger Daniel Bryan decided not to execute that
order and instead made the pair face The New Day in a Lumberjack Match.
On the Nov. 28 episode of SmackDown LIVE, McMahon “barred Zayn from ringside” in a No Disqualification Match
between Owens and The Viper. However, the sneaky Zayn once again managed to work his way into the mix by taking
the stipulation literally and only attacking Orton with a steel chair at the top of the stage and away from
ringside to help Owens pick up the victory.
The ongoing unruliness from Owens & Zayn earned them a tag team match at WWE Clash of Champions against Orton
and a partner of his choosing. Unfortunately for them, they soon learned that The Viper’s partner will be the
dangerous Shinsuke Nakamura. Shane then added his name to the marquee as the special guest referee, including
the vital stipulation that a loss for Owens & Zayn will result in them being dismissed from all of WWE.
Then, five days before the event, Bryan appointed himself the second Special Guest Referee for Sunday’s high-stakes
tag match to ensure a fair outcome.
Can Owens & Zayn find a way to slip out of WWE Clash of Champions the victors? Or, will Orton & Nakamura prove
to be too much for the dastardly duo to handle?
United States Champion Baron Corbin vs. Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler (Triple Threat Match)
When Bobby Roode challenged Baron Corbin for the United States Title on SmackDown LIVE, The Lone Wolf replied
with a curt, “No.” He might end up wishing he had taken the offer.
At WWE Clash of Champions, a night where every championship is on the line, The Lone Wolf will now face two
challengers for his title: Roode and, in a surprising twist, Dolph Ziggler, who has been a thorn in the side
of The Glorious One since his debut late into the summer. The title match provides ample opportunity for both
Superstars to reassert themselves. Roode came up short as part of Team SmackDown at Survivor Series, and Ziggler
hasn’t been seen since losing a 2-out-of-3-Falls Match to The Glorious One on Halloween, a night he openly
wondered what would be next for his career.
Corbin, meanwhile, is coming to the bout from an unexpected place of strength. The Lone Wolf is the only Superstar
in the match who won at Survivor Series, knocking off then-Intercontinental Champion The Miz after a lengthy
back-and-forth over social media where The A-Lister questioned Corbin’s commitment and talent. Having vindicated
himself, it seems Corbin felt his work was done. Clearly, it’s just getting started.
WWE Champion AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal
AJ Styles shocked the world by returning to the mountaintop and becoming WWE Champion for the second time by taking
down Jinder Mahal during an edge-of-your-seat title bout in the U.K. several weeks ago on SmackDown LIVE. And
Jinder wants his title back.
As The Phenomenal One headed into a Champion vs. Champion clash with Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series,
Mahal promised to exercise his rematch clause once The Beast was finished with Styles. Lesnar did indeed overcome Styles
at WWE’s fall classic — though it was a closer fight than Jinder probably expected — and The Modern Day Maharaja was quick
to rub it in the champion’s face on the first SmackDown LIVE after the dream match went down.
Styles was all for having their title match then and there, but Mahal decided instead to bide his time and wait until WWE
Clash of Champions for the championship bout. The WWE Universe might have considered it unwise for Mahal to afford Styles
the extra time to rest and prepare, but as everyone knows, The Modern Day Maharaja has upended conventional wisdom before.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya (Lumberjack Match)
As first revealed by Byron Saxton in an exclusive video from SmackDown LIVE’s tour through Mexico and Peru, Natalya will
look to recapture the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Charlotte Flair at WWE Clash of Champions, a night where every
title will be on the line. WWE.com has since learned that showdown will be a Lumberjack Match!
Standing firmly at the top of Team Blue since winning the title from Naomi at SummerSlam, Natalya assumed there was no
Superstar capable of dethroning her, but Charlotte disproved her rival’s theory in a big way when she knocked the crown
off the head of The Queen of Hart(less) on the final SmackDown LIVE before Survivor Series to become a six-time Women’s Champion.
Charlotte claimed the title in her hometown, where her father, two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, was on hand to
surprise The Queen after her moment of triumph, making for one of the most emotional victories in blue brand history.
Five days later, Charlotte followed up her incredible title win by taking down Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss in a
classic showdown at Survivor Series, the one night of the year when Raw and SmackDown Superstars meet in head-to-head
competition for brand supremacy.
In the wake of Survivor Series, Natalya wasted little time reengaging the Queen City titleholder on an episode of
SmackDown LIVE in her contractually obligated rematch. However, before a winner could be decided in what was shaping
up as another epic title bout between the two, NXT Superstars Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan suddenly appeared
from the crowd and executed a surprise attack on both Superstars, leaving Charlotte and Natalya down on the canvas.
Though the titleholder and the former champion appeared to put their differences aside to form a temporary alliance alongside
Naomi to combat The Riott Squad in a Six-Woman Tag Team Match, things went south in a hurry when Natalya suddenly hopped off
the apron and walked out on her partners, leaving Charlotte and Naomi high and dry. As a result, it now it appears that all
groves are off for the last pay-per-view of 2017.
As if the situation was not volatile enough, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan decided to make the highly-anticipated
title rematch into a Lumberjack Match, opening the door for the likes of The Riott Squad, Carmella, Lana and Tamina to play
a crucial role in the pay-per-view equation.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day vs. Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable vs. Rusev & Aiden English
During a night where every title is on the line, SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos will defend the gold in a
Fatal 4-Way Match at WWE Clash of Champions tomorrow, streaming live on WWE Network.
There is no love lost between Jimmy & Jey Uso and Kofi Kingston, Big E & Xavier Woods. Though the two teams seem
to have developed mutual respect, they were recently engaged in one of the most heated rivalries in history,
punctuated by a brutal match contested inside the horrifying confines of Hell in a Cell that saw Jimmy & Jey
win the titles. And while they may respect the twins, The New Day will undoubtedly hold nothing back in their
quest to become five-time Tag Team Champions.
And then there’s Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable, the mat-wrestling mavens who defeated The Hype Bros, Breezango
& The Ascension to earn a title opportunity against The Usos. Benjamin & Gable went all-out in their pursuit of
the SmackDown Tag Team Titles in a championship bout several weeks ago, with Gable taking out the knee of Jey
Uso to give his team a win by count-out – so they did not win the titles. However, after claiming a win over
Jimmy & Jey, the grapplers believe that they are entitled to a championship rematch. They’ll get their
opportunity at WWE Clash of Champions.
Which brings us to “Rusev Day!” Following a huge victory over The New Day on the Dec. 5 edition of SmackDown
LIVE, Commissioner Shane McMahon and General Manager Daniel Bryan determined that Rusev & Aiden English should
be added the SmackDown Tag Team Championship showdown, meaning The Usos will now be defend their titles against
Rusev & English, The New Day and Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin in what is sure to be a wild Fatal 4-Way Match.
There will be four Superstars in the ring at all times until there’s a pinfall or a submission and each
competitor is only able to tag their partner.
Breezango vs. The Bludgeon Brothers
This is going “2B” good.
Breezango have finally solved the case — well, really, The Ascension solved it and sort of goaded them into accepting
the results — and now they’ll face off with their tormentors, The Bludgeon Brothers, at WWE Clash of Champions
tomorrow at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.
For months on “The Fashion Files,” Fandango & Tyler Breeze have been haunted by unseen aggressors who trashed their
offices, stole their briefcase and chained them to a bathroom wall, with only one overarching clue as to their
foes’ identities: “2B.” The Ascension, self-appointed best friends of the glamorous gumshoes, figured out pretty
quickly that The Bludgeon Brothers, Harper & Rowan, were behind these attacks. However, The Fashion Police refused
to listen to the former NXT Tag Team Champions and went so far as to allow them to sacrifice themselves in an
apparent poisonous gas attack.
Lo and behold, Konnor & Viktor survived and resurfaced at their own funeral to provide Breezango with the final
clue — two mallets — and reiterate that Breeze and ‘Dango had to face The Bludgeon Brothers to truly close their
case. Given that Harper & Rowan have reinvented themselves as hammer-swinging titans who scorch the earth in their
wake, the dapper detectives were obviously not raring to square up with them. But, they decided, if it got The
Ascension to stop talking about it, they’d give it a shot.