Clash at the Castle will take place on Saturday 3 September in Cardiff, live from the Principality Stadium, an event that will mark the return to a UK stadium after more than 30 years. Many are hoping that Finn Balor, the current leader of Judgment Day, will also be present at the show although he does not yet have a match on the card.
Here is what he recently told El Brunch microphones: "I really hope so. You know how it works with WWE, the full card has not yet been announced but they sent me a preliminary program requesting my presence in the UK in those days.
I still don't know what I will do and who I will face, but one thing is certain: I will be in Clash at the Castle."
Finn Balor will participate in WWE Clash at the Castle
Given the rivalry of recent months, the most likely hypothesis would be a dream match between the Irish wrestler and the "Rated R Superstar" Edge.
The two came at loggerheads after Finn, Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest teamed up, chasing their former leader out of the stable. In the meantime, it has been announced that Edge and Damian Priest will compete on August 22 on Raw, which will be broadcast live from the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada.
In the meantime, Finn Balor seems to already have very clear ideas for the future: he has declared that he has very specific plans for the return of the "Demon" in WWE and that he still has Roman Reigns in his sights, claiming to have unfinished business with him.
Finn and Roman clashed last year at Extreme Rules in a match marked by a controversial ending: the third rope mysteriously broke, knocking the Irishman off the stake and allowing the Tribal Chief to claim victory. Final obviously hated by fans.
We will therefore see if he will return to the track in the main event area, currently occupied by the triangle Drew McIntyre (which will be in the main event of Clash at the Castle), Karrion Kross and Roman Reigns. WWE RAW Superstar Finn Balor has revealed that Vince McMahon was surprised by his heel work and was "blown away" by it.
"Yeah, obviously I have a very good relationship with Triple H, but with most of the people in the company too. We have worked together a lot in NXT, you know, first and second run in NXT. So I definitely have like a familiarity, more so than I did with Vince [McMahon]. But, you know, Vince has always been great to me," said Balor.