I was worried that there would be a letdown with Clash of Champions. I was worried because Backlash was so good, the company could not deliver a 4-star caliber show twice in a row. I admit I was wrong. Not only did the Raw-exclusive night deliver, it was one of the best pay-per-views of the year.
With both brands on serve, it’s the blue brand’s turn to show what it can do. The clock is ticking and we all are waiting to see what No Mercy has to offer.
Every match told a story. Some chapters were exciting and yes, some parts of these segments did disappoint. In the end, however, there is plenty of good to outweigh the bad. Now, WWE moves on to Raw having told a great novel with a potential sequel of sorts to be aired on Monday night.
This was a B event. Here are five things that went wrong at Clash of Champions.