WWE fans in the UK are excited about the upcoming Clash at the Castle premium live event. It has been a long time since the company held a major stadium event across the pond. Cardiff will come alive as fans from all over pour in to see the biggest wrestling event Wales has ever hosted.

The main event right now is scheduled to be a match between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. McIntyre is expected to draw a huge amount of local fans to see the Scottish superstar compete for the title. There is a possibility that could change if WWE reaches a deal with one of the biggest names in sports.

Heavyweight boxing great Tyson Fury has worked with WWE in the past. After his most recent title defense, Fury once again expressed interest in returning for another run with the company. If that happens, WWE would likely scrap the planned match between Reigns and Drew.

“The fly in the ointment that can change it is if they actually do a deal with Tyson Fury. Because, if they do a deal with Tyson Fury, he’s going to be wrestling McIntyre and that would leave Roman having to work with somebody else. It certainly has been talked about and Tyson Fury recently talked about it again.

The idea has always been for those two to do a stadium show. The idea dates back several years and the pandemic pushed it away to where it didn’t happen. And now, we’ve got a real show. But, right now, Tyson Fury is not on the show, and right now, it’s Roman Reigns and Drew, but we’ve got months for that one to change.”

If WWE does bring in Tyson Fury for a match at Clash at the Castle, Roman Reigns will have to find a new opponent. There should be no shortage of challengers hoping to get their hands on the gold. The WWE Universe will have to see if the company decides to work something out with Fury before the September 3rd mega-event.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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