WWE finally makes its long-awaited return to the UK this weekend. Here is the start time, how to watch, and all the other info that you need to know for Clash at the Castle.
Taking place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, this marks the first time that the WWE has held a major stadium event in the UK for 30 years. As a result, Triple H and the creative team have gone all-out with the stars on show.
Firstly, Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will look to defend his belt against ‘home’ favourite, Scotland’s Drew McIntyre. Elsewhere, Liv Morgan will also be on the defensive, aiming to keep Shayna Baszler from taking the Women’s SmackDown Championship.
In addition, British wrestling fans will be treated to Edge and Rey Mysterio teaming up together. They take on The Judgment Day, a faction with the sole aim of ridding WWE of its “old timers”.
The whole event promises to be memorable for everyone watching the WWE from “across the pond”. So, what time does Clash at the Castle start?
What is the Clash at the Castle start time?
Clash at the Castle has a start time of 6pm for viewers in the UK, on Saturday, September 3. In addition, the expected run time is between three to four hours.
British fans will be grateful for the chance to watch wrestling at a ‘normal time’. Typically, for shows in the US, they have to wait until the early hours of the morning.
How can I watch Clash at the Castle?
BT Sport have confirmed that they will show the event live on BT Sport 2. On BT, this is channel 431, whereas for Sky viewers it is 414, and for Virgin Media, 528. Crucially, though, they have not made this a pay-per-view (PPV) event.
Therefore, if you have a BT Sport subscription, you can watch Clash at the Castle live on your TV, or via several devices with the BT Sport App. Currently, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25 per month, and can be cancelled anytime.
Also, should you miss the event live, their app allows fans to watch the entire show back on demand.
If you would prefer not to pay for BT Sport, fans can also watch all the action via WWE Network. Like the BT app, WWE Network allows viewers to watch from a whole host of different devices.
However, this works out cheaper than BT Sport, with WWE Network costing £9.99 each month.
What is the full card?
Finally, the current card has three Championship belts on the line, with other tantalising matches dropped in as well. But, as usual, the card is subject to change.
- Roman Reigns (c) vs Drew McIntyre – Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match
- Gunther (c) (w/ Ludwig Kaiser) vs Sheamus (w/ Ridge Holland and Butch) – Intercontinental Championship match
- Liv Morgan (c) vs Shayna Baszler – SmackDown Women’s Championship match
- Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka vs Bayley, Dakota Kai and IYO Sky – Six-woman tag team match
- Matt Riddle vs Seth Rollins – Singles match
- Edge & Rey Mysterio vs The Judgment Day (Finn Balor and Damian Priest w/ Rhea Ripley) – Tag team match
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