Now, it’s the red team’s turn.
With every Raw brand title on the line at Clash of Champions, it’s up to Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley (and Triple H) to deliver a combination of their own to the opponent – Smackdown Live. What is in store for the four major titles as champions wage war with their opponents?
For a brand that has a bigger roster, deeper talent and more mid card possibilities, how can Raw lose? It’s simple. There are more compelling issues and better storylines right now. Say it with me – Shane McMahon is winning.
There is a sense of urgency here. And yes, it’s hard to believe this is even happening. How WWE plans to book this pay-per-view is critical to the success of the brand moving forward.
With rumors swirling of a reunion of The Shield and changes to rosters with additions and subtractions, this pay-per-view sets the tone for the next three months. I know I say this every month, but this is the biggest event of the year so far. How will this all play out and how will fans react to winners and losers?
Here are five things that have to happen at Clash of Champions.