There were five title matches at Clash of Champions Sunday night, but just one championship changed hands in Indianapolis. Here are the results for all eight matches from Raw's first exclusive pay-per-view.
Nia Jax defeats Alicia Fox
Nia Jax was actually covered for the first time, but she reacted by destroying Alicia Fox.
The New Day defeats Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to retain the Raw Tag Team Championship
The soon to be 400-day title reign may never end - though The New Day needed a Xavier Woods trombone shot to the head to take down Gallows and Anderson.
T.J. Perkins defeats Brian Kendrick to retain the Cruiserweight Championship
Perkins kept his title, but after offering a handshake to Kendrick after an excellent match, the WWE veteran responded by headbutting Perkins. This isn't the last time we see these two in the ring together.
Cesaro and Sheamus’ match ends in a no contest due to injury
At the end of a lengthy and brutal brawl in match 7 of their series, Cesaro clotheslined Sheamus over the barrier, and the impact appeared to do serious damage to both wrestlers. Referees stepped in to attend to Cesaro, who hurt his arm but asked to continue, and Sheamus, who struggled to stand. The match was eventually waved off, meaning we could see a second series finale.
Chris Jericho defeats Sami Zayn
You could argue that Chris Jericho should be the No. 1 contender for the Universal Championship after beating Zayn, but the fact that he's allied with Kevin Owens makes that potential matchup a bit complicated.
Charlotte pins Bayley to retain the Raw Women’s Championship
Charlotte moved to an incredible 12-0 all-time in pay-per-view matches, and the seed may have been planted for a Bayley and Sasha Banks main-roster feud.
Roman Reigns defeats Rusev to win the United States Championship
Lana was ejected from ringside after pulling Reigns off of Rusev just as the referee was about to finish his three-count, but Reigns later ended Rusev’s title reign with a jumping spear.
Kevin Owens defeats Seth Rollins to retain the WWE Universal Championship
Kevin Owens kept his Universal Championship with a messy finish that saw his best friend Chris Jericho interfere and the referee fail to count a Seth Rollins pin because he was accidentally taken out after getting in Rollins' way.