WWE is nearing the end of a very successful 2017 and would hope to cap it off in style with their final event, Clash of Champions.
Clash of Champions, formerly known as Night of Champions revolves around the concept of all the titles getting defended.
The event has been billed as a SmackDown exclusive event, the 2016 edition of the event was exclusive to the red brand.
According to Cagesideseats, WWE have not planned any title changes for the event, although a change in the United States title is a possibility.
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The current United States Champion Baron Corbin, will defend his title against Dolph Ziggler and “The Glorious” Bobby Roode at the event.
“The Lone Wolf” won the title at Hell In a Cell, a few months back after defeating Tye Dillinger and “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles.
Corbin’s run with the title has been lackluster, he has been feuding against the likes of Sin Cara which is a dead end.
Ziggler is unlikely to capture the championship; if he does it would be a major surprise.
Ziggler has repeatedly voiced displeasure on his booking by the WWE and termed himself as a “gatekeeper”.
If the title changes hands, Bobby Roode would be the perfect candidate. Roode has lost the steam he carried over at NXT and was eliminated rather quickly in the Survivor Seies main event.
The United States Championship has changed hands several times this year, Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens and AJ Styles have already won the title this year.
Do you think a title change is necessary at the event? We’ll have to wait and see what the WWE has in store for us.