New Match Announced For WWE Clash Of Champions

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What will go down between champions and challengers as Clash of Champions draws near? Last week on SmackDown LIVE, SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon ruled that the scheduled main event match between Kevin Owens and Randy Orton would have no disqualifications and Sami Zayn would be banned from ringside.

Backstage, McMahon declared to general manager Daniel Bryan that he would become the special referee in the Owens and Zayn's Tag Team Match and if the best friends lose, they will be fired from the WWE.

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The celebration was cut short, however, after The Viper smoothly slid into the ring and nailed Owens with an RKO out of nowhere which sent Zayn into shock.

Clash of Champions now boasts a Fatal Fourway match for the SmackDown LIVE Tag-Team Titles, and, honestly, any one of the four teams could emerge from the pay-per-view as the championship holders.

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-The Usos vs. New Day vs. Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin vs. Rusev and Aiden English in a four-way for the Smackdown Tag Titles. They are then informed that Rusev & English have been added to the match. The Bludgeon Brothers hit their finisher and got the pin.

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Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn have been wreaking havoc on SmackDown Live for months, but now they're starting to learn that there are consequences to their actions.

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