WWE Clash at the Castle takes place on Saturday, September 3rd at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. The event is notable for being WWE‘s first major stadium event to take place in the United Kingdom since SummerSlam 1992 as well as the company’s first UK premium live event since Insurrextion 2003.
With Triple H maintaining creative duties, there’s also a lot of speculation as to what the remainder of the show will look like. Many fans believe that these matches have a better chance than usual of appearing on the show- in particular, several WWE fans are excited about both the potential for Jinder Mahal vs Shinsuke Nakamura and the potential for Finn Balor vs Roman Reigns.
Trent Seven vs Tyler Bate
The NXT Britain complete continues to provide compelling tv that fans in Europe and throughout the globe fancy. the most popular program straight away is that the feud between former old friends and tag team partners Tyler Bate and Trent Seven.
Adding this match to WWE Clash at the Castle wouldn’t solely excite the fans attending by presenting the primary confrontation in an exceedingly high-profile feud, it’d provide each wrestlers the chance to showcase their abilities at a significant event which will be seen throughout the globe.
Pete Dunne should face Gunther for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
In 2019, the matches between director and Pete Dunne were a number of the simplest bouts of the year for NXT Great Britain and WWE generally. several fans thought of those battles to be “Match of the Year” contenders.
Obviously, for one night, Dunne would have to be compelled to revert from his “Butch” persona to his original Pete Dunne character, that the live crowd would eat up.
Giving Dunne and director (now Gunther) 20-25 minutes at Clash at the Castle would seemingly offer fans another “Match of the Year” contestant, whereas continued to revive the intercontinental Championship to prominence.