WWE Clash Of Champions 2016 Results (9/25) Live Coverage – New Champions Crowned?

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Event: WWE Clash Of Champions Pay-Per-View
Airdate: Sunday, September 25th, 2016 (Pay-Per-View)
Location: The Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN
Results by Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com

Nia Jax defeated Alicia Fox on the Clash of Champions Kickoff Show.

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“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

A video package kicks off the show focusing on the major matches for tonight’s event. Every champion will be in action with the championships on the line.

We go into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display. Michael Cole, Byron Saxton, and Corey Graves welcome us to the show.

“OHH INDY — DON’T YOU DARE BE SOUR! CLAP FOR YOUR WORLD FAMOUS TWO-TIME CHAMPS AND FEEL THE POWER!”

The New Day makes their entrance. Big E welcomes the crowd to Clash of Champions. Xavier Woods mentions that every RAW championship will be defended starting with them – your WWE World Tag Team Champions. Kofi Kingston says they have been married to these championship titles for a record setting 399 days, but there are two people that want to break them up like Brangelina. Who could these two people be? Who? Who? Big E answers, “Gallows and Anderson, that’s who!” Woods says no one wants Gallows and Anderson to be champions. They’re not fun like them. Gallows and Anderson give out raisins on Halloween, wear tube socks with flip flops, and fart on completely crowded elevators. Kingston says what’s worse is the fact that they have never poured themselves a big ol’ bowl of Booty-O’s. Booty-O’s — They make sure you ain’t booty. Kingston says they will never take the titles from them because… New Day rocks!

RAW Tag Team Championships Match
The New Day (c) vs. Gallows and Anderson

The bell rings, and Luke Gallows clotheslines Big E at ringside. Karl Anderson floors Kofi Kingston with a running Liger Bomb for a near fall. Outside, Gallows sends Xavier Woods into the ring post and slams Francesca II down. Anderson punches away at Kingston before tagging Gallows in. Gallows beats Kingston down, but Kingston eventually gets the advantage. Big E is tagged in, and he runs over Anderson with some belly-to-belly suplexes and a big splash. Big E starts rhythmically clapping. Anderson gets away, but Big E sends him to the apron. Big E goes for a suicide dive spear, but Anderson knees him in the head. Anderson charges, but Big E slams him down for a two count. Anderson gets to his feet and takes him down with a running boot for a two count. Anderson gets Big E on his feet and kicks him in the face. Gallows blind tags in and big boots Big E down. They connect with the Boot of Doom, but Kingston breaks up the pin. Gallows gets Kingston out of the ring. Anderson charges Big E, but he sends him over the top rope. Kingston is tagged in, and he springboards off the top rope into a spinebuster from Anderson for a near fall! Gallows tags in. Kingston goes for hte SOS, but Gallows blocks it and gives him a chokeslam. Gallows superkicks Big E and tags in Anderson. They go for the Magic Killer, but Kingston fights out. Kingston avoids a running shoulder, and Gallows hits the ring post shoulder first. Big E blind tags in. Kingston hits Anderson with Trouble in Paradise. Big E follows up with a Big Ending, but Gallows pulls him out of the ring. Big E sends Gallows into the ring steps. Kingston then wipes out Gallows with a tope. Woods hits Anderson with Francesca II while the referee was distracted. The New Day hits Anderson with the Midnight Hour for the win.

Winners and still RAW Tag Team Champions: The New Day
Match Rating: * 3/4

A commercial airs for the WWE Network and the plethora of original programming currently airing and to be aired.

Video Package: T.J. Perkins vs. Brian Kendrick

Tom Philips is backstage with T.J. Perkins. Philips says some say Brian Kendrick is the favorite in this match and asks for a comment. Perkins says he’s been training since 1998 to get to this moment. Not only is he here, but he’s the Cruiserweight Champion. He was born with a clutch gene, but he’s nervous. Brian Kendrick has been here before and been a champion. However, confidence got him this far, confidence won him the Cruiserweight Championship, and confidence will have him walk out as champion.

Footage is shown of Brian Kendrick submitting Cedric Alexander on RAW to become the #1 Contender.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
Brian Kendrick vs. T.J. Perkins (c)

Much like the Cruiserweight Tournament, T.J. Perkins goes for a handshake, but Brian Kendrick denies him. The bell rings, and Perkins quickly takes him down. Kendrick quickly comes back with a pair of waistlock takedowns before powering him to the corner. Perkins quickly slides down and takes him down with a head-scissor takeover. Kendrick rolls him onto his shoulders for a two count, but Perkins quickly takes him down with another head-scissor for a two count. Kendrick powers him to the corner and applies a side headlock. Perkins fights up and shoulder blocks him down. Perkins takes him down and goes for the knee bar, but Kendrick quickly scurries to the bottom rope. Kendrick goes outside the ring to recover. Perkins goes for a springboard move to ringside, but Kendrick pulls the ring apron out and buries him in there. Kendrick clubs away at him before putting him in the ring for a two count. A dual chant for both men breaks out. Kendrick punches away at him, but Perkins takes him down and applies a pendulum submission before transitioning into a Muta Lock. Kendrick pulls himself to the bottom rope to break the hold. Perkins charges, but Kendrick sends him over the top rope. Perkins holds his neck at ringside. Kendrick puts him back in the ring and gets a two count. Kendrick applies a straightjacket submission, but Perkins fights up and bridges out. Kendrick knees him in the midsection and tries to send him out of the ring, but Perkins holds onto the ropes. Kendrick angrily charges, but Perkins sidesteps him to get him out of the ring. Perkins kicks Kendrick in the head as he charges. Kendrick quickly comes back with a monkey flip for a near fall. Kendrick digs his boot into the back of his neck while pulling the arms back for a really unique submission hold. Perkins eventually fights up and gets out with a mule kick. Perkins ducks a clothesline and connects with a running hurricanrana. Perkins catches him with an inverted atomic drop and a heel kick. Kendrick sends him to the corner, but Perkins sidesteps him. They hit a sloppy looking neckbreaker. Perkins hits him with a double chickenwing into an atomic drop for a near fall. Perkins connects with a traditional suplex and a back suplex. Kendrick quickly cuts him off as he goes to the top rope. Kendrick goes for a superplex, but Perkins fights him off. Perkins then hits him with a flying hurricanrana over the top rope!

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