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WWE Clash of Champions 2019: 4 ways to make the show more exciting

Ali Akber
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
Modified 03 Sep 2019, 11:46 IST

Is Daniel Bryan actually not the mastermind behind the mystery attacks?
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Clash of Champions, as the name implies, will see each and every championship belt on Raw, SmackDown, and 205 Live brands defended. This uniqueness makes it one of the more hotly anticipated pay-per-views of the year, as the chance of seeing new champions get crowned during the night is at its peak.

Keeping all that in mind, WWE will focus on trying to make the event as big and eventful as possible to build more hype around it not just for this edition but also for the coming years.

As the event will be following the successful SummerSlam 2019 event, the creatives will need to put in all they’ve got to continue the success and the quality to ensure the fans don’t lose trust in the company or turn to competitors.

In this article, we will look at 4 things WWE must do to make Clash of Champions more interesting and eventful and possibly make it the best event of the year. 


#1 Book a match for Drew McIntyre

McIntyre lost his last PPV match with Shane McMahon against Roman Reigns & The Undertaker
McIntyre lost his last PPV match with Shane McMahon against Roman Reigns & The Undertaker

Drew McIntyre has been a lethal force upon making his debut on Raw during the Superstar Shakeup 2018. He was paired with Dolph Ziggler and the two soon became the Raw Tag Team Champions.

While the success he got during mid-2018 suggested that he would be the Next Big Thing in WWE for years to come, we have seen his value drop in recent months.

He has suffered quite a few defeats in recent matches, and his last pay-per-view singles match came in June 2019 against Roman Reigns at Stomping Grounds where he took the pin from The Big Dog.

WWE needs to put the spotlight back on the Scottish Psychopath, especially at a time when destructive heels such as Bobby Lashley and Lars Sullivan are out with injuries and McIntyre has a chance to grow more.

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McIntyre should be booked in a good match for the pay-per-view where he can emerge victoriously and bring the dominance back into his game so he can once again emerge as a legit threat to the superstars on Raw.

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Published 03 Sep 2019, 11:46 IST
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