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WWE announces three huge title matches for Clash of Champions

Posted By: Raja
Charlotte Flair (left) vs Natalya (Image courtesy: WWE.com)

Bengaluru, December 2: Smackdown Live commentator Byron Saxton revealed three huge title fights for December 17's Clash of Champions Pay-Per-View, WWE's last PPV this year.

Saxton gave the updates on his Twitter account, which was later confirmed by the WWE. Check out the newly added matches:

Baron Corbin vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bobby Roode (Triple threat WWE United States Championship match)

Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya (WWE Smackdown Women's Championship match)

The Usos vs. The New Day vs. Shelton Benjamin-Chad Gable (Triple threat WWE Smackdown tag team championship match)

The Clash of Champions PPV will return to the TD Gardens in Boston, Massachusetts. It was earlier confirmed that the WWE Championship will be on the line on that night. Former champion Jinder Mahal will take on AJ Styles for the WWE Championship.

Since this clash will be for the most prime title present in the sports entertainment today, it is going to be the main event of the night. Furthermore, this is that night of the year where all the titles should be up for grabs as per the name of the event. Understandably, WWE came up with the big announcement to include three more title match for the night.

With this confirmation being made, it is now official that all the four championships present on the blue brand will be on the line at Clash of Champions. Also, these interesting bouts will make the match card a packed one. We can expect to see more fallouts from the announcement on next week’s episode of Smackdown Live.

The interesting thing about this announcement is that Dolph Ziggler was inserted into the US title picture, whereas The New Day will get yet another shot at the tag team title. The women’s championship match was predictable as Natalya was yet to be given a rematch.

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