WWE is set to hold their first stadium show in the United Kingdom in 30 years next weekend, when Clash at the Castle comes to Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
The show is set to be headlined by an Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match, pitting Roman Reigns against Drew McIntyre.
The show has been heavily built around McIntyre’s return to the United Kingdom, and the advertising from BT Sport in the United Kingdom has leaned into that build.
The most recent video from BT Sport shows McIntyre’s return home, featuring shots of his family and wife in Scotland on his path to Cardiff, and attempt to achieve immortality.
BT Sport has announced that the show will be airing live on the channel on September 3 rather than on traditional BT Sport Box Office.
For the struggle. For the sacrifices. For the birthdays missed. For the time alone. For his legacy. For his family.
— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) August 28, 2022
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