WWE Clash At The Castle Results (9/3): Roman Reigns Vs. Drew McIntyre For The Undisputed WWE Universal Title

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Clash at the Castle will be taking place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. WWE heads to the United Kingdom for its first major stadium show across the pond since SummerSlam 1992 at Wembley Stadium in London, England. In the main event of the aforementioned event in 1992, the United Kingdom's own The British Bulldog defeated Bret "The Hitman" Hart to become the WWE Intercontinental Champion for the first time in his career. Now, just over 30 years later, Britain's own Drew McIntyre will challenge record-breaking Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns for the two world title belts that he currently possesses. McIntyre will look to finally win the big one in front of a jam-packed audience, something that was taken away from him when he won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Announced card

* Roman Reigns (c) vs. Drew McIntyre for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship

* Liv Morgan (c) vs. Shayna Baszler for the "SmackDown" Women's Championship

* Gunther vs. Sheamus for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

* Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka vs. Bayley, Dakota Kai, and IYO SKY 

* Seth Rollins vs. Matt Riddle 

* Edge and Rey Mysterio vs. The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and Damian Priest)

Six-Woman Tag Team Action

- A video package opened the show. The video initially focused on the country of Wales. A Welsh narrator spoke over the video, which eventually focused on tonight's matches.

- We got a shot of the fans inside the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. 


"Raw" Women's Champion Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka vs. Bayley, Dakota Kai, and IYO SKY

Bayley and Belair started the match as the legal women. The fans attempted to serenade Bayley by singing "Hey Bayley," but she was having none of it. The match broke down with all six women entering the ring. Belair, Bliss, and Asuka work together to deliver a triple suplex in the center of the ring. Bliss and SKY became the legal women. Michael Cole spoke about SKY and Asuka teaming up in the past while wrestling in Japan. Bayley was tagged in, and the fans cheered. Asuka became the legal woman and went toe-to-toe with Bayley. SKY tagged in and took out Asuka with a missile dropkick from the top rope. Kai was tagged in and continued to isolate Asuka from her corner. Bayley immediately tagged in and out, which once again got a response from the fans. 


Bliss, who ultimately became the legal woman in the match, took out Bayley on the outside, but Kai followed up by drop-kicking Bliss into the barricade. Belair was taken out by Bayley and Kai, restricting the hot tag. Asuka eventually tagged back in and hit a flurry of moves on SKY and Bayley. Bliss re-entered, but Bayley delivered a belly-to-belly. Bayley and SKY worked together in an attempt to finish off Asuka. Belair was eventually tagged in for the hot tag and the pace picked up. Bliss and Asuka delivered a superplex to Bayley from the top, using Belair's back as a platform in the corner. Belair used her strength to lift Kai in the air. Belair hit a powerbomb, but Kai turned the tables by connecting with a Scorpion Kick. Bayley, SKY, and Kai took advantage. Bayley ultimately pinned the champion to win. 

Winners: Bayley, IYO SKY, and Dakota Kai via pinfall

- A video was shown from earlier today. Tyson Fury shook hands with Drew McIntyre backstage. Fury was then shown seated in the front row.

- The family of The British Bulldog were introduced. Bret "The Hitman" Hart was also introduced, who was seated on the front row. 

Intercontinental Championship Match

Ludwig Kaiser introduced Giovanni Vinci (the former Fabian Aichner) before the match, ultimately reassembling Imperium. 

Gunther w/ Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci vs. Sheamus w/ Ridge Holland and Butch for the WWE Intercontinental Championship


Butch and Holland brawl with Kaiser and Vinci as Gunther and Sheamus stood face-to-face. The bell rang, and both men immediately went to war. Gunther took it to Sheamus, who was already showing welts on his chest in the early stages of the battle. Sheamus attempted to turn the tables, but Gunther had the Irishman scouted. On the outside, Sheamus sent Gunther into the steel steps. Back in the ring, Gunther managed to land a strong chop to the chest of Sheamus in the corner. Gunther eventually sent Sheamus out of the ring with a chop from the top turnbuckle. Gunther ultimately slammed Sheamus on top of the steel steps. 

Sheamus barely made the count, but returned to the ring to fight back against the champion. Gunther continued to inflict further punishment on Sheamus and connected with a strong boot to the face. Gunther landed a series of chops and strikes to Sheamus who fell back against the ropes. The champion locked in a Boston Crab before turning it into a Crossface. Sheamus fought back once again, but Gunther continued to have the upper hand. Back on the outside, Gunther delivered a body slam on the floor. Sheamus bounced Gunther off the commentary table. Back in the ring, Sheamus attempted his patented ten strikes to the chest on the ropes. Sheamus attempted it again while Gunther was draped over the barricade at ringside. 


In the center of the ring, Sheamus and Gunther traded blows. Sheamus connected with a big knee, but it wasn't enough to put Gunther away. Gunther locked in a sleeper in response. Sheamus countered with a White Noise, but the champion kicked out of the cover. Gunther didn't get all of an attempted powerbomb. Sheamus and Gunther traded blows again, this time in the corner of the ring. Gunther sent Sheamus down. The Irishman replied with a Celtic Cross from the top turnbuckle, however, the champion got his shoulder up again. Sheamus went for the Brogue Kick and his back gave out. Gunther managed to deliver a powerbomb. The champion then followed it up with a wicked lariat to win. 

Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Gunther via pinfall

Liv Morgan Defends The SmackDown Women's Championship

Liv Morgan (c) vs. Shayna Baszler for the "SmackDown" Women's Championship

The match introductions took place before the match began. Morgan went for an early roll-up, but Baszler countered. Baszler went for a submission hold. The champion attempted to lock in her own submission, but Baszler easily wriggled out of it. Morgan took Baszler off her feet with a dropkick. Morgan went for a high risk move from the top. Baszler slammed the arm of Morgan onto the top rope, causing the champion to crash out of the ring. Baszler took control as the action returned to the ring. Morgan struggled with her arm. Baszler continued to inflict further punishment. Baszler attempted to force Morgan to give up by targeting the bad arm. Morgan replied by connecting with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle. Morgan sent Baszler face-first into her knee, but it wasn't enough to claim the victory. 


Baszler once again went to work on the injured arm. Morgan replied with an arm bar. Baszler eventually escaped, and the challenger connected with a knee to the jaw of Morgan. Morgan connected with a powerbomb from the top turnbuckle, but Baszler eventually reversed into an arm bar. Morgan broke the hold by reaching the bottom rope. Morgan hit a Codebreaker and Oblivion combination to retain the gold. 

Winner and STILL "SmackDown" Women's Champion: Liv Morgan via pinfall

- The UK's own Adrian Street and Miss Linda are introduced to the fans. 

Tag Team Action

Edge and Rey Mysterio w/ Dominik Mysterio vs. The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and Damian Priest) w/ Rhea Ripley

Bálor and Mysterio began the match as the legal men. Bálor started aggressively. Mysterio attempted to counter by using his speed. Mysterio connected with a headscissors. Bálor seemed rattled and tagged in Priest. Priest pointed to Edge, signalling that he wanted to face him. The fans wanted Edge in the match, so the "Rated R Superstar" tagged in. Priest connected with a big right fist to Edge's face. Edge replied, and the fans went crazy for it. Edge launched Mysterio, who became the legal man, into Priest and Bálor on the outside. Priest managed to stop the momentum of Mysterio back inside the ring. Priest continued to apply pressure to Mysterio while disrespecting Edge in the corner. Bálor tagged back into the match, continuing to keep Mysterio grounded. 


On the outside, Mysterio managed to drop Priest on the barricade. Mysterio returned to the ring and tagged Edge in for the hot tag. Edge took out Bálor and Priest. Edge knocked Priest out of the ring. Edge sent Bálor onto the middle rope and connected with a 619. Mysterio followed it up with a splash, but Priest broke up the pin attempt by Edge. Edge connected with a spear to Priest off the apron to the floor. Bálor dumped Mysterio out of the ring. Bálor began to build some momentum. Dominik Mysterio entered to distract the referee. It allowed Mysterio to send Bálor to the mat. Ripley went to take out Dominik on the outside, but Mysterio took both of them out. Mysterio set Bálor up for the 619, but the Irishman countered. Dominik caught the boot of Bálor allowing Mysterio and Edge to take advantage. Edge landed the final blow by delivering a spear to win the match. 


Winners: Edge and Rey Mysterio via pinfall

- After the match, Dominik attacked both Edge and his father. Bálor, Priest, and Ripley laughed in the corner. The fans were left stunned and booed Dominik out of the stadium.

- It is announced that the attendance for tonight's show is 62,296. 

- It is also announced that a Clash at the Castle press conference will take place after the show. 

Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins Collide

Seth "Freakin" Rollins vs. Matt Riddle

Rollins and Riddle went right after each other as the bell rang to start the match. Riddle repeatedly kicks Rollins in the corner. The referee got in the way and pulled Riddle away. Riddle delivered a couple of gut wrench powerbombs as he looked to gain the upper hand. Rollins replied by dropping Riddle on the top rope. As the action spilled to the outside, Rollins threw Riddle into the barricade. Riddle got back to his feet, but Rollins took flight through the ropes to take him out. Rollins took control of the match as the battle returned to the ring. Rollins landed a Falcon Arrow in the center of the ring, but Riddle kicked out of the pin attempt. Rollins had Riddle tangled up in the corner and connected with a double stomp to the chest. Rollins connected with a superplex, but Riddle immediately replied with a Fisherman Buster. 


Riddle landed a big kick on the outside and dived from the apron onto Rollins below. Back in the ring, Riddle connected with a series of moves, but Rollins kicked out of the cover at two. Rollins and Riddle traded moves. Riddle managed to lock his opponent in the Triangle. When it looked as though Rollins would pass out, he returned to his feet and landed Riddle's finishing move, the Bro Derek. Rollins and Riddle went back and forth once again. Rollins ultimately landed a Pedigree, but Riddle kicked out of the cover. Rollins fired up Riddle for a moment following a verbal exchange. Rollins landed Randy Orton's rope draping DDT to Riddle. As Rollins took another page out of Orton's book, Riddle fired up again. Riddle let his emotions get the better of him, and Rollins delivered a stomp. Rollins then landed a stomp from the middle turnbuckle to win. 


Winner: Seth "Freakin" Rollins via pinfall

- A video from earlier today showed Tyson Fury talking with Roman Reigns backstage. Fury is again shown sitting in the front row. Karrion Kross and Scarlett are also shown sitting in the front row. 

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match

- "Broken Dreams" played in the intro to Drew McIntyre's entrance. Michael Cole revealed that the Usos and Sami Zayn were not cleared to be there tonight. 

Roman Reigns (c) vs. Drew McIntyre for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship


The fans were firmly behind McIntyre as the bell rang. Reigns was not impressed and began to shake his head. Reigns and McIntyre locked up, testing each other's strength. Reigns locked McIntyre in a headlock. McIntyre seemingly rattled Reigns with a power move. McIntyre backed Reigns into the corner and delivered a series of punches. The challenger sent Reigns out of the ring and followed it up by sending him into the steel steps. Kross and McIntyre had an exchange at ringside, allowing Reigns to take advantage. Back in the ring, Reigns sent McIntyre into the steel ring post. McIntyre managed to respond, but he ultimately met the big boot of the champion. Reigns requested a microphone as he continued his assault on McIntyre. Reings told Cardiff to acknowledge him. Reigns turned into a headbutt from McIntyre. 


Reigns and McIntyre exchanged blows in the middle of the ring. McIntyre began to build momentum and managed to send Reigns off the top turnbuckle. Reigns and McIntyre continued to go back and forth. Reigns went for a Superman Punch and missed, as McIntyre landed a DDT. Reigns eventually landed the Superman Punch, intercepting McIntyre's Claymore attempt. Reigns landed a spear, but McIntyre kicked out of the cover at two. Reigns twice locked in the Guillotine. McIntyre eventually escaped and sent the champion into the ring post. McIntyre sent Reigns through the barricade with a spear at ringside. In the ring, McIntyre went for the Claymore, but Reigns connected with a spear. McIntyre again kicked out of the pinfall attempt. 

Reigns pleaded with referee Charles Robinson. McIntyre landed a Claymore that sent Robinson crashing out of the ring. Austin Theory immediately came out with his Money in the Bank briefcase. Tyson Fury punched Theory next to the commentary table. Reigns went to use a steel chair. McIntyre connected with the Claymore, but Reigns kicked out of the cover at the last second. Both men traded blows in the center of the ring. McIntyre landed a spear and hit the Claymore. However, Solo Sikoa pulled the referee out of the ring during the cover. Sikoa distracted McIntyre and pulled him down into the top rope. This allowed Reigns to deliver a spear to retain. 


Winner and STILL Undisputed WWE Universal Champion: Roman Reigns via pinfall

- After the match, Fury entered the ring and shook Reigns' hand. Fury raised the hand of McIntyre. Fury grabbed a microphone and said McIntyre did everybody proud. Fury began to sing. McIntyre sang with him. Fury thanked the fans in Cardiff. McIntyre said the fans in Cardiff didn't let him down. McIntyre vowed to get his hands on the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. McIntyre said he wanted to party and got the fans to sing Oasis. 

- That's all for Clash at the Castle!