With a somewhat disappointing SummerSlam 2016, it's time for the brand PPV's and Raw will have its first PPV called Clash of the Champions. SummerSlam gave us more questions than answers. Though Clash of the Champions could see many matches getting renewed. What matches should we expect next month? Well, here are some top matches I can see.
Finn Balor (c) vs. Seth Rollins (WWE Universal Championship): A win for Finn Balor was just the start of a rivalry that will get even better as we go through September. Rollins will not go peacefully and will lobby to become No. 1 for the WWE Universal Championship. Both wrestlers will deliver a Match of the Year next month and not get overshadowed by any other matches.
Rusev (C) vs. Roman Reigns (United States Championship): Rusev and Roman Reigns have some unfinished business after SummerSlam. Last night, Reigns became the attacker, by beating him up in brutal fashion. Next month, this rivalry will end in a high-profile match. Reigns' is becoming the dominator. But I expect to see both of these guys to kill each other in the ring.
Charlotte (c) vs. Bayley (WWE Women's Championship): Ar Battleground, Bayley made her debut on the WWE main roster, helping her former rival in Sasha Banks to score a win against Charlotte and Dana Brooke. Word on the street is that Banks is taking some time off to recover from nagging injuries, and someone in the Women's division on Raw has to step up. It can't be Paige because she's suspended for 30 days for violating the Wellness Policy. Bayley makes sense to step into the batters box. After her swan song this past weekend in NXT Brooklyn II, we can guarantee that she's heading to the main roster. With Nikki Bella heading to SmackDown Live, Raw is going to add Bayley. With their history in NXT, Bayley and Charlotte should be able to give us some good matches that will continue their rivalry on the main roster.
Other Matches: The New Day (C) vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (WWE Tag Team Championship), Cesaro vs. Sheamus, Enzo Amore and Big Cass vs. Jeri-KO.