WWE Clash of Champions 2020: 5 biggest questions before the PPV

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2. How long will Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso last?

Roman Reigns is defeating Jey Uso at WWE Clash of Champions 2020. That is just about the least bold prediction you can make for Sunday’s Pay Per View. The way the Big Dog looked at Jey after he dared touch the Universal Championship speaks volumes to what’s about to happen at Clash of Champions this weekend.

I could see Reigns squashing Jey, because Jey isn’t an established singles competitor and Reigns is literally beating people in seconds. But would he really do that to Jey, who is a talented wrestler and can showcase those talents in this Universal Title match? I don’t think so.

My thinking is that WWE will pull something from the Brock Lesnar playbook. This match will be 5-10 minutes long with a Spear ending it, but Jey will give Roman Reigns something to think about with some major flurries of offense.

3. Could Drew McIntyre still retain the WWE Championship?

For weeks, I’ve been banging the drum that Randy Orton needs to win the WWE Championship at Clash of Champions. Drew McIntyre’s reign is heading for an end, and Orton is producing the best work on Monday Night Raw right now.

But in an Ambulance Match, it feels like anything goes. WWE could just as easily protect Orton from losing; McIntyre isn’t the only wrestler who could be protected by a gimmicked finish.

I think McIntyre has higher odds of winning than I initially thought. As much as I want to see Orton lead the way on Raw right now as a heel, I keep thinking that Keith Lee taking the title off McIntyre might be even more compelling.