More details have emerged on Clash At The Castle pay-per-view buys, following the historic September 3 premium live event.
Emanating from the Principality Stadium, Clash At The Castle was WWE’s first UK stadium show since SummerSlam 1992.
Per Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the pay-per-view buy estimate is around 8,000, a significant decrease from SummerSlam.
Pointing out that most of WWE’s viewers were watching on the WWE Network and Peacock anyway, Meltzer noted:
“The estimate on U.S. PPV buys was 8,000, which doesn’t mean much since most viewers are streaming. However, it was down from 18,600 at the same point for SummerSlam and down from the 9,200 for Money In The Bank. The SummerSlam number shows just how much the name value of the big three events carry.”
In the main event of the show, Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, with an assist from Solo Sikoa. After the match, Drew McIntyre and Tyson Fury sang with the crowd in a bizarre segment. The reason why the show had this confusing ending has now been revealed.
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