- WWE Clash of Champions saw the crowning of new champions and a few retained their belts
- The Revival with Zigler and Roode won the RAW and SamackDown Tag Team championships
- Kofi Kingston, AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, Nakamura, Bayley and Becky Lynch retained their belts
Clash of Champions 2019 results had ten titles on the line in different categories and the biggest win of all was Kofi Kingston retaining his belt following a one-two-three count over Randy Orton.
The RAW Tag Team championship also changed hands as Dolph Zigler and Robert Roode defeated the pair of Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman to become new champions.
AJ Styles also retained his United States championship hitting Cedric Alexander with a phenomenal forearm while Drew Gulak defeated Lince Dorado and Humberto Carrillo to retain the Cruiserweight championship.
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Bayley remained the SmackDown Women's champion following a victory of Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch was disqualified in her fight with Sasha Banks for the Raw Women's title, but the belt stayed with the champion.
The Women's Tag Team championship match saw Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross beat Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville to hold on to the title.
The New Day were finally stripped off the SmackDown Tag Team title after losing to the Revival as Xavier Woods tapped out to Scott Dawson's inverted figure four.
Shinsuke Nakamura retained his Intercontinental title after getting help from Sami Zayn to defeat The Miz.
In the no disqualification match between Roman Reigns and Erik Rowan, Luke Harper suddenly appeared from nowhere and assisted his former Bludgeon Brothers' partner to beat the Big Dog.
The main event of the night saw Rollins defeat his former tag team partner Strawman to retain his Universal championship but was attacked by the Fiend after the victory.
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Meanwhile, Tuko.co.ke had earlier reported that Tammy Abraham's sensational hat-trick against Wolves on Saturday, September 14, has seen him shatter Eden Hazard's record.
The 21-year-old struck thrice as Chelsea hammered Wolves 5-2 in a seven goal thriller to get their campaign back on track after a shaky start into the new season.
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