*Spoiler* Big updates on Clash at The Castle



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*Spoiler* Big updates on Clash at The Castle

WWE has announced via a statement on its website that the premium live event to be held on Saturday 3 September at Principality Stadium in Cardiff in Wales will be called Clash at The Castle, and the company has also registered the trademark.

"STAMFORD, Conn., April 29, 2022 - WWE has revealed the name of its first major UK stadium event in more than 30 years as WWE Clash at The Castle, emanating from Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday 3 September 2022.

Tickets for WWE Clash at The Castle go on sale on Friday 20 May. To find out more about signing up for an exclusive presale starting Wednesday 18 May, visit here."

Latest update on Clash at The Castle

The show's name was exclusively revealed by WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre during a WWE Live event in London at the O2 Arena tonight.

McIntyre, the first British WWE Champion, said of the announcement: "The city of Cardiff is ready for WWE Clash at The Castle on September 3, and I know everyone in Wales, across the UK and around the world is ready.

to make history with us, the same way. Grab your tickets and be part of the magic. I can't wait to hear how strong Principality Stadium can be." Stay with WWE.com for more information on WWE Clash at The Castle in the coming weeks.

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