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Huge Change Rumored For The WWE Title Match At Clash Of Champions

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 20, 1997) – WWF One Night Only 1997

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 20, 1997, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF One Night Only’ LIVE on PPV from the NEC Arena in Birmingham, England.

After ‘SummerSlam 1992’, this was only the second ever WWF pay-per-view event that was held outside of North America.

Here are the results:

Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Dude Love

Tiger Ali Singh defeated Leif Cassidy

WWF Tag Team Championship: The Headbangers (c) defeated Los Boricuas

The Patriot defeated Flash Funk

The Legion of Doom defeated The Godwinns

Vader defeated Owen Hart

WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Bret Hart (c) defeated The Undertaker by DQ

WWF European Championship: Shawn Michaels defeated The British Bulldog (c)

• Huge Change Rumored For The WWE Title Match At Clash Of Champions

Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton will battle for the WWE Championship next Sunday in an Ambulance match at Clash Of Champions.

On tomorrow night’s RAW, the WWE Champion will face Keith Lee in a non-title match, where if Lee wins, he’ll be added to the Title match between McIntyre and Orton to make it a Triple-Threat contest.

The Wrestling Observer is reporting that The Limitless One will likely defeat McIntyre on RAW, but it would be done with some help from Orton. WWE is probably setting this up because they want to have McIntyre lose the Title without getting pinned.

If the match becomes a Triple-Threat match, then the Ambulance match stipulation may be removed.

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