Roman Reigns defends the WWE Clash of Champions against his cousin Jey Uso.
Tonight, after each wrestlers title on display, a string of championships put their gold on the line so aptly explains the event title.
Drew McIntyre defends the WWE Championship in an ambulance match against Randy Orton; Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles and Sami Zayn return for the Intercontinental title in a triple threat ladder match; Bobby Lashley and Apollo Crews clash for the United States title; and Bayley fights Nikki Cross for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Who is giving the Amway Center a hangover in gold?
Soon: We will find out!
Here is how to watch live on BJW 2 live on WWE in Clash of Champions 2020.
The official show starts at 19 p.m. tonight (27 September).
On the WWE Network ET (Legend)
At 6:30 p.m. the Clash of Champions Kickoff Show broadcast on WWE.com, WWE App and the WWE YouTube page (among the WWE Facebook and Twitter pages) starts
Clash of Champions is available through a number of television providers but your best (and cheapest) option is WWE Network.
The WWE network does not only provide a cache of vintage professional wrestling content, but offers every live WWE pay-per-view event at no additional cost.
The WWE Network is available as a radio channel on your Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku device.
While the WWE released recently a free version of the WWE Network, Clash of Champions is only available by paying for the WWE Network subscription.
The WWE pulled its free trial promotion with the introduction of its free tier.