WWE Clash of Champions 2020: Early full match card prediction

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Kevin Owens vs. Aleister Black

The only non-title match I have on the docket in this potential WWE Clash of Champions 2020 card would see the recently heel Aleister Black going after Kevin Owens. Tensions first bubbled over between these two on an episode of The Kevin Owens Show. After spending much of the last several weeks missing in action thanks to an eye injury given by Seth Rollins, Aleister Black appeared on The KO Show only to thank the host with a devastating Black Mass.

Black followed that up with an attack prior to Kevin Owens’ match this week against Randy Orton, ultimately costing Owens an opportunity to compete for a shot at the WWE Championship at Clash of Champions. With Black taking that away from him, Clash of Champions seems like the perfect place for Owens to seek revenge and Aleister Black to try and score a huge singles victory.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Street Profits (c) vs. Seth Rollins & Murphy

Honestly, there’s a disappointingly realistic chance that The Street Profits find themselves defending against Angel Garza and Andrade for what would feel like the thousandth time. However, WWE would be better suited to providing something fresh compared to what we’ve seen from each other these competitors in recent weeks.

Seth Rollins and Murphy have been deeply embroiled in a rivalry with the Mysterios, and Rollins seemed to close that chapter by defeating Dominik Mysterio once again this week on Raw. Before that incident, he also berated Murphy for taking the fall in their tag team match at WWE Payback.

Murphy did as he was told and left the ring, letting Seth compete on his own. He’ll likely be looking to get back in Seth’s good graces and be “on the right side of history,” as Rollins put it, but this title shot going wrong could also be the straw that broke the camel’s back and cause the ultimate implosion of Rollins and Murphy as The Street Profits retain once again.