WWE 2016: Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Bayley Collding at Clash of Champions [POLL]
WWE Women’s champion Charlotte will have her hands full at Clash of the Champions 2016 this weekend, as she tries to keep the title from not one but two opponents.
Charlotte will face Sasha Banks and Bayley this Sunday at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indiana, a Triple-Threat match where she could lose the title even without getting pinned. The match was officially announced on the Sept. 19 episode of WWE Raw.
That said, the odds are sort of stacked against Charlotte though she still has controversial sidekick Dana Brooke to alter the course. But the question is will she?
The one with no storyline to win?
Of the three female stars, Bayley will be a favorite headed into the match. Sasha Banks is also a favorite but “The Boss” may be tied up to a feud with Charlotte instead.
The two do have a history so even without the title, the WWE can survive. That is unless Charlotte’s ire is diverted to Brooke. Brooke has been having an on-and-off relationship with Charlotte so a possible feud between the two could work.
Depending on which road the WWE goes, the fate of the Women’s title will rely heavily on that. Then again, there is a scenario where Charlotte retains the title but ends up feuding with Brooke.
Banks as champion will be good
Sasha Banks could end up the champion though her health is suspect. She was widely speculated to be retiring but surprised many when she took aim at reclaiming the title.
Bayley has been drawing raves but is technically a frosh in the mix. Winning the title is possible if the creative team continues to test former NXT blood to reign as champion so leave some room for that.
Other than the title at stake, it will be the storylines that deserve some attention. What will possibly go down at WWE Clash of the Champions this Sunday?
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