Clash At the Castle is turning out to be one helluva WWE pay per view and a historic one at that. The event is happening after three decades in that area at the Principality stadium with a capacity of holding seventy thousand plus people.
Roman Reigns after full two years as the champ is in legitimate danger of losing his Undisputed titles at the hands of Drew McIntyre. McIntyre being the fan favourite local hero is expected to get the huge upset win at Cardiff, Whales over Reigns despite his heel antics and Bloodline cronies.
There are also big returns rumoured to be happening this Saturday with crowd pleasers like Bray Wyatt and Paul Heyman. Bray is apparently returning in a Mick Foley inspired three in one type character where he has three personalities and he appears as each according to the situation. This is a character that he has pitched himself to the creative and apparently he will get involved in the main event because of which Drew wins the belts.
Some reports from insiders suggest the Scottish Warrior as the champ by the end of the night, whereas some veterans like Dutch Mantell are picking The Big Dog to retain.
List of matches WWE has announced for Clash at the Castle
Also there is a rumour going around where Theory cashes in his Money in the Bank contract on either Roman or Drew depending on who is the champion by the end of the night.
Other matches confirmed till now are:
Liv Morgan vs. Shayna Baszler for the SmackDown Women’s championship
Gunther vs. Sheamus (Another United Kingdom native) for the Intercontinental championship
Riddle vs. Seth Rollins
Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka vs. Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky
But the match being most talked about till date has, of course, been the Undisputed WWE Universal championship bout between the Scottish Warrior and The Tribal Chief which reaches it’s explosive end this Saturday.
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— Drew McIntyre (@DMcIntyreWWE) August 28, 2022
Whether the rumours are correct and Drew McIntyre wins or Roman Reigns still retains, it’s sure going to leave fans of both top stars teary eyed.