The WWE’s Clash at the Castle event is the country’s first pay-per-view in 19 years. One of its biggest performances of the year, in fact. Since WrestleMania, Roman Reigns has held the title of global champion for more than two years. However, it appears that his reign as champion may be coming to an end. At Clash at the Castle on Saturday, Drew McIntyre competed for Reigns’ WWE universal championship belts.
Clash At The Castle: WWE’s First Pay-Per-View Event
The most anticipated conflict at Clash at the Castle, according to sources, will take place between Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins. Their match was originally supposed to take place at SummerSlam, but it was moved to this show instead. Because both Rollins and Riddle have a track record of doing well in important matches, there has been a lot of buildup.
On Saturday, Cardiff, Wales’ Principality Stadium will host WWE Clash at the Castle. The event starts at an unusual hour of 10 a.m. (1 p.m. ET). This time, the Australians get the short end of the stick because the performance will air on Sunday at 3 a.m. AEST.
Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
Drew McIntyre versus Roman Reigns
SmackDown Women’s Championship:
Shayna Baszler versus Liv Morgan
Sheamus vs. Gunther.
Finn Balor and Damian Priest will face Edge and Rey Mysterio.
Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky versus Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka.
Seth Rollins versus Matt Riddle
How to watch: Peacock, WWE Network
First, allow me to inform you that WWE’s pay-per-view events will henceforth be held at Peacock. In reality, The WWE Network has moved to NBC’s Peacock streaming platform. So, if you want to see SummerSlam, you must travel there. Three levels make up a peacock:
Premium Plus for Free.
You need a Premium subscription in order to watch WWE content. The good news is that it costs $5 per month instead of the $10 for WWE Network. You must, however, watch SummerSlam on the WWE Network if you reside outside of the US.