2022 WWE Clash at the Castle predictions, card, matches, PPV preview, start time, date, location

In a new piece of news, on Saturday, WWE will bring a stadium premium live event to the United Kingdom for the first time in more than 30 years when Clash at the Castle arrives in Wales, a big show with major stakes and continuation of big stories.

In the main event, Drew McIntyre will look to take advantage of home-court to secure the biggest win of his career when he takes on Roman Reigns for the undisputed WWE Universal Championship, which also includes the SmackDown Women’s Title and the Intercontinental Championship.

Elsewhere, Riddle and Seth Rollins are trying to settle the score in their rising beef. The two have been fighting and fighting for months and it seems to be getting worse. UFC legends Jon Jones and Danielle cut a similar promo for Cormier earlier this week where they were interviewed in different rooms and yelled at each other.

Let’s take a closer look at who our CBS Sports experts predict will top the WWE Clash at Castle from 1PM on Saturday from Homestead Stadium in Cardiff Wales and streamed live on Peacock.

WWE needs to split the two world titles. It’s not working that Reigns is often absent from programming in order to remove the two biggest belts from television. Bobby Lashley came up with a very strong set and extended the title to the United States but SmackDown needs something as an anchor.

Unfortunately the match is set with both belts on the line and I don’t think WWE is going to take them both out. The winning probability is setting up a position where the belt can be split either way.

McIntyre is likely to be world champion again in the near future, but that probably won’t happen in Wales unless something changes about the structure of the match before the bell rings. WWE Main Event’s Freshness With Uncertain Outcomes The company’s commitment to multi-layer storytelling is paying off with an anticipated world title match that could go either way.

Bloodline’s unmatched dominance makes Reigns a favorite. McIntyre’s renewed fire and the support of the European crowd made him a credible threat. If a dream match against The Rock is still on the table, Reigns will enter WrestleMania with at least one world title.

Closing a major show with an inconclusive ending is usually a discussion but this circumstance may require a cross to end the bout in a disqualification or no-contest. Cross could have attacked both men or just McIntyre. And taking a pinfall leads to some kind of complicated result where Reigns and McIntyre split the two world titles.

Morgan’s title innings didn’t start well SummerSlam match with Ronda Rousey was a disaster Morgan won as referee missed to tap her which is a terrible way to book babyface champion like she had to do something right in the fight Baszler needs to show Morgan a chance to face a Rousey-style rival from the MMA world and prove she can hang.

Kai and Skye were strong contenders for the vacant women’s tag team title on Monday Night Raw. Raquel Rodriguez and Aaliyah emerging as champions was a real surprise. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but Bailey’s group should get back into shape immediately. This results in Asuka and Bliss having star power, but Bailey’s faction must be presented as a cohesive strategic force that can overcome the individual strengths of their opponents.

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