WWE Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event is set to take place at Cardiff, Wales on Saturday, September 3. This will mark the company’s first premium event in UK in over a decade. It has been announced that Drew McIntyre will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and fans are quite excited about the clash. ‘The Scottish Warrior’ will certainly have the home turf advantage. It turns out WWE is seemingly discussing the plans from Reigns to drop the titles at the event.
Roman Reigns might lose the match
Twitter account @WrestleVotes noted the following about Reigns’ title reign:
“For the first time in a long time, there has been some discussions creatively regarding Roman Reigns dropping the title(s). I’m hearing multiple ideas have intrigued those making the final call come Saturday in Cardiff. Should be an interesting week ahead…”
For the first time in a long time, there has been some discussions creatively regarding Roman Reigns dropping the title(s). I’m hearing multiple ideas have intrigued those making the final call come Saturday in Cardiff. Should be an interesting week ahead…
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) August 29, 2022
The final segment of last week’s Friday Night SmackDown featured a confrontation between the WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns and the No.1 contender for the title Drew McIntyre. ‘The Scottish Warrior’ had faced Sami Zayn but was later laid out with an attack by ‘The Tribal Chief and eventually The Bloodline as a whole. McIntyre was laid on the mat and The Bloodline stood tall to conclude the show.
Reigns has been the Universal champion since the Payback event on August 30th 2020. It has been the longest reign in the championship’s history and the sixth-longest world championship reign in WWE history. He is also scheduled to celebrate 2-year reign on this week’s Clash At The Castle go home episode of SmackDown.