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wwe_clash_of_champions_2016_posterTonight history is made once again for the WWE Universe because tonight sees the return of Clash Of The Champions. Tonight is technically speaking the first Clash Of Champions pay per view, but it was once known as Night Of Champions. It is the first Raw exclusive PPV since 2007’s New Year’s Revolution whose main event saw John Cena take on the late Umaga. Tonight will also be the first night that the WWE Cruiserweight Championship will be defended as champion TJ Perkins takes on the crafty veteran Brian Kendrick. We also see the longest reigning WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens defend his title against Seth Rollins for the first time on a PPV. Nia Jax makes her first WWE PPV appearance when she takes on Alicia Fox on what should be an easy result. The final match in the best of seven series also ends tonight finally as Sheamus and Cesaro do battle again. I’ve enjoyed some of the matches, but then there are others I could have cared less for. In what should be a good match, Chris Jericho will take on Sami Zayn and this could be a match of the night contender. The end could be near for the longest reigning tag team champions The New Day as they take on The Club once again. I hope not because they are my favorite tag team in the WWE, but you never know what could happen. Rusev will defend his WWE United States Championship against Roman Reigns, but let’s hope they actually have a match this time around. Last but not least, Charlotte has to defend her Women’s Championship against not one, but two others (Bayley and Sasha Banks) in a triple threat match tonight. I am predicting that TJ Perkins and Brian Kendrick steal the show tonight while Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens give it a run for it’s money. Here are my predictions:

TJ Perkins over Brian Kendrick

Nia Jax over Alicia Fox

Cesaro over Sheamus

The Club over The New Day

Roman Reigns over Rusev

Sasha Banks wins the championship

Sami Zayn over Chris Jericho

Kevin Owens over Seth Rollins