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WWE Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton (Ambulance Match)

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton (Ambulance Match)

Randy Orton is intent on demolishing his way to a 14th World Champion reign, but Drew McIntyre keeps stepping right back into his path.

McIntyre and Orton will meet in a WWE Title rematch at WWE Clash of Champions. The fighting champion vanquished The Viper at SummerSlam with an impressive tactical display against the self-anointed “Greatest Wrestler of All Time.” The loss didn’t sit well with The Legend Killer, who followed up with three sadistic kicks to the skull of McIntyre on the following Monday Night Raw. Despite suffering a hairline jaw fracture, McIntyre remains as motivated as ever to put an end to Orton’s reign of terror.

The 13-time World Champion earned the rematch at WWE Clash of Champions by emerging victorious from a Triple Threat Match against Keith Lee and Seth Rollins on Raw. Orton advanced through qualifying after Aleister Black took out his opponent Kevin Owens with an attack. The Viper then struck when opportunity opened in the red brand main event by stealing a pin of Rollins from the fingertips of Lee.

However, the match has been called into question after McIntyre gave Orton a taste of his own medicine, dropping The Apex Predator with three Claymores. Given the situation, McIntyre added a stipulation to this battle, turning it into an Ambulance Match, a battle where the only way to win is to incapacitate your opponent and load him into an ambulance. After McIntyre's attack, Orton's status for the battle is up in the air, leaving WWE officials scrambling to find a replacement in the event Orton can't compete. Keith Lee was given the opportunity to earn that spot by defeating McIntyre, but RETRIBUTION brought their battle to a screeching halt.

Can McIntyre defend his title from The Viper’s latest attack? Or will Orton deliver an RKO-fueled title win out of nowhere? Will The Viper even be able to compete?

Don’t miss what is sure to be a thrilling WWE Championship bout at WWE Clash of Champions on Sunday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network.

Randy Orton is intent on demolishing his way to a 14th World Champion reign, but Drew McIntyre keeps stepping right back into his path.

McIntyre and Orton will meet in a WWE Title rematch at WWE Clash of Champions. The fighting champion vanquished The Viper at SummerSlam with an impressive tactical display against the self-anointed “Greatest Wrestler of All Time.” The loss didn’t sit well with The Legend Killer, who followed up with three sadistic kicks to the skull of McIntyre on the following Monday Night Raw. Despite suffering a hairline jaw fracture, McIntyre remains as motivated as ever to put an end to Orton’s reign of terror.

The 13-time World Champion earned the rematch at WWE Clash of Champions by emerging victorious from a Triple Threat Match against Keith Lee and Seth Rollins on Raw. Orton advanced through qualifying after Aleister Black took out his opponent Kevin Owens with an attack. The Viper then struck when opportunity opened in the red brand main event by stealing a pin of Rollins from the fingertips of Lee.

However, the match has been called into question after McIntyre gave Orton a taste of his own medicine, dropping The Apex Predator with three Claymores. Given the situation, McIntyre added a stipulation to this battle, turning it into an Ambulance Match, a battle where the only way to win is to incapacitate your opponent and load him into an ambulance. After McIntyre's attack, Orton's status for the battle is up in the air, leaving WWE officials scrambling to find a replacement in the event Orton can't compete. Keith Lee was given the opportunity to earn that spot by defeating McIntyre, but RETRIBUTION brought their battle to a screeching halt.

Can McIntyre defend his title from The Viper’s latest attack? Or will Orton deliver an RKO-fueled title win out of nowhere? Will The Viper even be able to compete?

Don’t miss what is sure to be a thrilling WWE Championship bout at WWE Clash of Champions on Sunday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network.