WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results, Winners and video highlights

After ending the WWE Backlash on 11th September 2016 then WWE Network will bring another Event for its fans after that WWEs next big event is Clash of Champions 2016 Sunday, 25th September at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana will take place. WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results, Winners and video highlights given below.

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results, Winners and video highlights

USA – Match Details

Brand Raw
Sponsor KFC
Date September 25, 2016
Venue Bankers Life Fieldhouse
City Indianapolis, Indiana

 

Clash of Champions  USA Match Details

  • USA Date : September 25, 2016
  • USA Time : 8 PMET/5 PMPT
  • Live Stream :WWE network
  • USA TV Channel : Ten Sports/ Ten HD

Clash of Champions Live Telecast in India  Match Detail

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Live Telecast is on TEN (SPORTS) / TEN 1 / TEN 2 channel and live streaming on network.wwe.com on 26th September 2016 , 05:30 AM morning.

  • India Date : September 26, 2016
  • India Time : 05:30 AM IST
  • Live Stream : WWE network
  • TV Channels : TEN (SPORTS) / TEN 1 / TEN 2

 

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results, Winners and video highlights

#1 Nia Jax vs Alicia Fox

Result: Nia Jax def. Alicia Fox by pinfall

#2 New Day vs The Club for the Tag Team Championships

Result: New Day (c) def. Anderson and Gallows

#3 TJ Perkins (c) vs Brian Kendrick for the Cruiserweight Championship

Result: TJ Perkins (c) def. Brian Kendricks by submission

#4 Cesaro vs Sheamus 7th Match in Best of 7 Series

Result: No Contest

#5 Sami Zayn vs Chris Jericho

Result: Chris Jericho def. Sami Zayn via pinfall

#6 Charlotte (c) vs Sasha Banks vs Bayley for the WWE Women’s Championship

Result: Charlotte (c) def. Bayley and Sasha Banks via pinfall (Bayley)

#7 Rusev (c) vs Roman Reigns for the US Championship

Result: Roman Reigns def. Rusev via pinfall to win US Championship

#8 Kevin Owens (c ) vs Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Championship

Result: Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins to retain the WWE Universal Championship

 

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