Clash at the Castle: New titled match added to Clash at the Castle



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Clash at the Castle: New titled match added to Clash at the Castle

During the Friday Night Smackdown episode aired last week, WWE wanted to stage a full-fledged No. 1 contender's match, with Sheamus and Drew McIntyre finally competing in a 1 vs 1 in an Irish Donnybrook match, a particular contest that involved the use of one of the Celtic Warrior's favorite weapons, but also of the historic Fit Finlay.

In that contest, both opponents pushed themselves to the limit, with Ridge Holland and Butch obviously attempting to sabotage McIntyre, favoring their Irish mate. In the end, it was the Scottish wrestler who won the contest, who with one of his devastating Claymore managed to knock out the Irishman, winning with the classic count of three.

WWE will return to the UK with a premium live event for the first time in over 19 years with Clash at the Castle. After watching SummerSlam live only the next day, we also saw Roman Reigns keep his two world champion belts to life, with a devastating Last Man Standing match that left fans with their eyes and mouths open.

During this night's episode of the blue show, however, we also saw another big titled match being built by the WWE for the next ppv.

Update on Clash at the Castle

WWE is set to travel to the United Kingdom for Clash at the Castle.

During the episode of the blue show that aired tonight, WWE put up a women's gauntlet match to determine the new No. 1 contender for the title of Liv Morgan, after the momentary departure of Ronda Rousey. The match was attended by Raquel Rodriguez, Xia Li, Shotzi, Natalya, Shayna Baszler, Aliyah and Sonya Deville.

At the end of the match, the former MMA fighter Shayna Baszler, who pinned the former NXT giantess Raquel Rodriguez last, with a lightning-fast roll-up. Now the Queen of Spades will therefore compete for the chance to become champion of the blue show in the next Welsh WWE ppv, the same thing that Drew McIntyre will do, in his title challenge against the Tribal Chief, with two belts up for grabs though.

NXT UK Superstar Noam Dar spoke about Drew McIntyre's chances against Roman Reigns at Clash at the Castle: "That magnitude of an event happening in the UK is extremely profound not only for the UK scene in terms of fans.

But also in terms of British talent. Drew McIntyre's going to be in the main event who's obviously one of the biggest names in WWE."