5 things WWE subtly told us at Clash of Champions: Potential WrestleMania 36 match, World title reign to end soon?
WWE Clash of Champions 2019 ended and it was a good card, meaning that the PPV didn't exactly deliver. There were a string of matches that really didn't live up to the mark and the WWE title match in particular killed the crowd until the big return in the co-main event (more on that later).
Thankfully, the show had a fantastic finish as a whole and there is definitely excitement on the RAW end of things, particularly with the main event of Hell in a Cell 2019.
We begin a rather short build to Hell in a Cell, but before that, here are a few things WWE subtly told us at Clash of Champions 2019.
#5. Sasha Banks is winning at Hell In A Cell
Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch had a fantastic match, but it ended with an underwhelming finish when Becky Lynch got disqualified. We did predict a dusty finish at the end and while it's good that they protected both superstars and will be continuing the rivalry to the next PPV, but there could have been a better way to do so.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 is just a few weeks away and it seems as though we're headed for another Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks, hopefully inside Hell in a Cell. That match is as worthy a main eventing the PPV as Charlotte Flair vs Sasha Banks 3 years ago.
And from the look of things, The Man's dream title reign will be coming to an end. It's probably a good thing because WWE will be striking while the iron is hot. Becky Lynch's reign hasn't exactly been the best and it's probably time for a change. The Boss is undoubtedly the best superstar to take the title off her and we could see Becky Lynch chasing for the title again, similar to this period of time last year.
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