5 matches that need to happen at WWE Clash of Champions 2020

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Aleister Black vs. Kevin Owens

This one is a no-brainer in my opinion. This feud is picking up steam, and if you can get over the fact that Aleister is the heel and Owens is the babyface, you’d be drooling at the prospect of seeing these two fight. Aleister Black did the unthinkable and turned heel on the KO Show, kicking Owens in the face.

We all know what two world-traveled veterans like Aleister Black and Kevin Owens could do with the right booking, and as much as I love KO, I think Aleister needs to decimate him at Clash of Champions. It will cement his heel turn and turn him into an absolute monster. It can then lead to bigger and better things for Black, maybe even a WWE Championship reign,  Owens can really turn Aleister into a star. Also, Drew McIntyre vs a fully-heel Aleister Black for the WWE title? Cha-ching!

Keith Lee vs. Seth Rollins

Keith Lee has had an awkward yet promising start on the main roster, it’s been a very up and down few weeks for the Limitless one. He’s had 3 matches with Randy Orton, two of which resulted in Drew McIntyre attacking Randy. Although Keith hasn’t shown many signs of it, you know he’s bound to be a little pissed off – he should be pissed off.

Assuming Drew beats Randy at Clash of Champions (Drew should beat Randy at Clash of Champions), he’ll be in the need for a new challenger, and who better to challenge him than his own very pissed of friend, Keith Lee?

Why not put him against the top male heel on RAW, Seth Rollins, in a number 1 contender’s match? Both Seth and Keith are great athletes capable of doing wonderful things in the ring, and we know they have good chemistry from their triple threat match on RAW. Keith can beat Seth on Clash of Champions and then we build towards Keith Lee vs Drew McIntyre from there.

Also, as mentioned above, we can get Aleister Black in the title picture too, it could lead to some excellent matches. Keith Lee vs. Aleister Black? Or a triple threat involving all three guys for the title? Shut up and take my money.