Details revealed about the new WWE UK Stadium Event Clash at the Castle
WWE held a show at the O2 tonight as the excited crowd received details of the highly anticipated event.
New details of the highly anticipated show Clash at the Castle, the first WWE stadium event in the UK in thirty years, were revealed tonight at the O2 as WWE returned to London for their final live tour.
Pre-sales for WWE Clash at the Castle will go live on Wednesday, May 18th, with public ticket sales beginning on Friday, May 20th.
The details were revealed by Drew McIntyre himself, the first-ever British WWE Champion, to a roaring crowd waiting for his Main Event performance against undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Of the announcement, McIntyre said: “The city of Cardiff is ready for the WWE Clash at the Castle on September 3rd and I know everyone in Wales, across the UK and around the world is ready to make history with us too . Get your tickets and be part of the magic. I can’t wait to hear how loud Principality Stadium can get.”
After months of speculation and a high-profile publicity and behind-the-scenes campaign spearheaded by former champion Drew McIntyre, WWE announced their first large-scale stadium event in the UK since Summerslam ’92 in a major announcement two weeks ago.
Over 59,000 people registered for the event on Saturday 3rd September at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium using a presale linkdwarfing even previous Ticket Update filings for Wrestlemania, which is widely regarded as the flagship annual event of the WWE pay-per-view schedule.
Corresponding Booking.com95% of Cardiff hotels are already booked for September 3rd, with the cheapest remaining room in the city center at £357 a night.
The details were revealed tonight at the WWE Live London event at the O2, are the first since the big announcement and reinforce previous indications that fans traveling to the Welsh capital can look forward to a full weekend of events and fun.
Previously, John Porco, WWE senior vice president of live events, said: “The weekend will be filled with a variety of WWE experiences that we believe will leave a lasting memory on a par with SummerSlam at Wembley Stadium in year 1992.”
WWE is currently broadcasting BT sport in the UK, where fans can watch both the main brands Smackdown and RAW, as well as NXT and NXT UK. Wrestlers from across the company are expected to take part in the British show.
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