WWE Clash at the Castle Results

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Complete WWE Clash at the Castle results.


This Saturday evening WWE is going to British time with WWE Clash at the Castle live from Cardiff in Wales.

Roman Reigns challenges his two titles of WWE champion and Universal champion against Drew McIntyre in the main event, two years after his return and his coronation of Universal champion during Payback 2020.

Liv Morgan defended the SmackDown Championship against Shayna Baszler while Gunther defended the Intercontinental Championship against Sheamus.

Two tag team matches are scheduled: Edge and Rey Mysterio team up to take on Judgment Day while Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka team up against Bayley, Dakota Kai, and IYO SKY.

Seth Rollins and Matt Riddle also compete during this evening.

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The Kickoff is the scene of a tag team match: Madcap Moss and the Street Profits team up against Alpha Academy and Austin Theory, who officially recovers his first name.

Madcap Moss and the Street Profits defeated Alpha Academy and Austin Theory by pinfall with a Montez Ford Frog Splash on Chad Gable. Nice little game to warm up the stadium. Ford is impressive, as usual.

Bayley warns Bianca Belair

The pay-per-view opens with the tag team match between the trio of Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka against that of Bayley, Dakota Kai and IYO SKY. The audience greets Bayley with the chant, “Hey Bayley,” like the good old days of an NXT TakeOver in London.

Bayley, Dakota Kai and IYO SKY defeated Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka by pinfall with a Roseplant from Bayley and a Moonsault from SKY on the RAW champion, Bayley pinned.

Good pay-per-view opener, with a result that portends a league match between Bianca Belair and Bayley in the near future.

Gunther and Sheamus steal the show

We continue with the Intercontinental Championship. Gunther defends his title against the (almost) local of the stage Sheamus, but before that, a little surprise: Imperium is back, Ludwig Kaiser (Marcel Barthel) is accompanied by Giovanni Vinci (Fabian Aichner) to welcome Gunther (WALTER). Now give them back their names and it will be fine.

Gunther defeated Sheamus by pinfall with a lariat to retain the Intercontinental title.

Incredible match, one of those bangers between two bullies who are going to spend the whole time of the match punching each other’s chest, punching each other and pushing each other until one gets tired and lets go to lose. We like, until then it’s the show stealer.

Clean victory for Liv Morgan

We stay in the championships with the SmackDown title defended by Liv Morgan against Shayna Baszler who can be herself again now that it is Triple H who books. Will he go so far as to make her dominate the champion? Not so sure.

Liv Morgan defeated Shayna Baszler by pinfall with her Oblivion to retain the SmackDown Championship title.

Surprisingly Liv Morgan resists the Wizard Submission, but in addition it beats clean. The match is not incredible, but the clean victory as surprising as it is remains welcome after its rather wobbly victories over Ronda Rousey.

Dominik Mysterio rebels

Around Edge and Rey Mysterio making their entrance to take on Damian Priest and Finn Bálor’s Judgment Day. Edge walks in wearing a lucha libre mask. Does he see, on this day, clearly with?

Edge and Rey Mysterio defeated Finn Bálor and Damian Priest by pinfall with a 619 from Mysterio — carried with the help of Dominik who held Bálor’s foot — and a spear from Edge on Bálor.

After the match Dominik Mysterio joins his dad and Edge but seems to keep his distance and doesn’t look too much of a party. He shakes Edge’s hand… before giving him a low blow. Rey Mysterio is surprised, even angry, but he will suffer a similar fate since Dominik Mysterio wears him a clotheline to put him down. The son has it big.

The penultimate match of the evening sees Seth Rollins take on Matt Riddle in a match that feels like a personal score-settling match. The few allusions to real events (the dispute between them behind the scenes, the stories of Riddle and his wife or the teasing about Becky Lynch’s physique) and the return to a serious Matt Riddle give this match a rather interesting atmosphere.

Seth Rollins defeated Matt Riddle by falling with not one but two Curb Stomp.

Good match, in the continuity of the storyline. Rollins pulled the personal cord by mentioning Riddle’s wife and children again, which pissed him off a little more but later benefited from Riddle’s distraction. And then by the way, a necessary victory for Rollins who for a few months had been in a somewhat embarrassing losing streak.

Roman Reigns air-conditions Cardiff

It’s time for the main event, Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE & Universal Championship titles. Broken Dreams resonates for the first time in a long time on a WWE show, McIntyre enters in front of a British public who hope to see him walk away with two belts.

A match that saw first Karrion Kross distract Drew McIntyre by throwing a bottle at ringside when he and Reigns were fighting there, a ref bump, then an Austin Theory cash-in attempt quickly interrupted by Tyson Fury , then surprise: The intervention of Solo Sikoa, the third Uso, who ended McIntyre’s title dream by removing the referee after a Claymore. McIntyre catches him but Sikoa manages to pull him into the ropes, Reigns will only have to take the opportunity to conclude.

Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre by pinfall with a spear to retain his WWE & Universal Championship title. Good game, some twists and a well-maintained suspense until a somewhat disappointing end.

An astonishing defeat for Drew McIntyre when everything seems to be working in his favor this Saturday evening. Rather incomprehensible, even. Tyson Fury joins the ring, suggests a confrontation with Roman Reigns but he shakes his hand. The champion leaves, Fury relieves Drew McIntyre.

Tyson Fury takes the mic to cheer McIntyre up to tell him that despite the loss, these people came for him and he made them proud. Fury then begins to sing the song American Pie before giving the microphone to McIntyre who thanks the public and Tyson Fury, and that no matter how this evening ends, ” we are going to party “.

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