WWE's inaugural Clash of Champions has come and gone, but wrestling fans can catch the fallout during an online live stream of tonight's Monday Night Raw.
The Sept. 26 event will air live from the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio at 8 p.m. ET. Tempers are running high barely 24 hours Sunday's pay-per-view, and there is at least one wrestler looking for a rematch.
Rusev lost his WWE United States Championship to Roman Reigns last night, and the Bulgarian Brute was calling for a rematch as soon as the belt switched hands. Unfortunately for the Big Dog, WWE will grant Rusev his wish in the Buckeye state.
While Rusev walked away from Indianapolis with a bruised ego, Seth Rollins may have sustained a more lasting injury. Rollins match against Kevin Owens went, in a word, badly. A little overt outside help allowed Owens to retain his WWE Universal Championship title, sending Rollins for x-rays in the process (see video below). Is Rollins really injured? You'll have to tune in to find out.
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Meanwhile, there are two other competitors looking for a rematch. While Rusev will get his second chance at victory, it remains to be seen if Raw will grant Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson a chance to take on The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and Xavier Woods) a second time.
Find out more when Raw airs tonight on USA. Click here to access a live stream courtesy of the network.