SmackDown has brought back an old WWE PPV staple. On the RAW side of things, they’re choosing to go a whole ‘nother route: bringing back the return of one of WCW’s most standout events.
For 2016, the RAW brand is ready to bring back Clash of Champions. This championship star-studded event will now become a part of the WWE as a new WWE Network/PPV special. The wrestling world was shocked to witness the crowning of Kevin Owens as the new Universal Champion. His first major defense will take place against the former Authority’s “Golden Boy,” Seth Rollins. This major title match will be joined by several other big matches that involve the finest of the entire RAW roster. Don’t be surprised to see the US, Tag Team and Women’s championships up for grabs, too.
Here’s everything you need to know about Clash of Champions 2016’s date, location and official start time.
WWE Clash of Champions 2016 will take place on the WWE Network and PPV on September 25, 2016. The official theme song is “Bulletproof” by Young Guns.
WWE Clash of Champions 2016 will emanate from the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Kickoff Show Start Time
The Kickoff Show for WWE Clash of Champions 2016 (which features Alicia Fox vs. Nia Jax) will officially begin at 7 P.M. EST/4 P.M. PST. You can watch it on the WWE Network, WWE.com, the official WWE App, YouTube and several other devices/websites.
You’ll be able to access the WWE Network through the following devices/websites:
– PS3 or PS4
– Xbox 360 or Xbox One
– Sony Internet-connected TVs
– Samsung Smart TVs
– Panasonic Life+Screen Smart TVs
– Kindle Fire or Amazon Fire TV
– Apple TV
– iOS enabled devices
– Android enabled devices
Main Show Start Time
The main airing of WWE Clash of Champions 2016 will begin at 8 P.M. EST/5 P.M. PST. This is a WWE Network special event airing that will also air on PPV. You’ll be able to view it through the same means we listed above for the Kickoff show.
You’ll be able to watch Clash of Champions 2016 on PPV through the following cable providers:
– BrightHouse Networks
– Cable One
– Optimum (Channel 550 for HD or Channel 551 for SD)
– Comcast (Xfinity)
– Cox Communications
– Time Warner Cable
– Verizon FIOS TV (Channel 1000 for SD or Channel 1001 for HD)