Drew McIntyre is defeated at home by Damian Priest at WWE Clash at the Castle 2024

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 | POST SHOW

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 delivered an action-packed night in Glasgow, Scotland, with Drew McIntyre vs. Damian Priest headlining the event. The Wrestling Uncensored team, alongside their audience, shared their reactions and scores. Highlights included Cody Rhodes vs. AJ Styles in a brutal "I Quit" match and Alba Fire and Isla Dawn's victory in the Women's Tag Team Championship. Read our full review and audience reactions to every match.

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 has wrapped up in Glasgow, Scotland, and it’s time to break down the matches and share insights from the hosts of Wrestling Uncensored and our audience. The event was filled with intense action, surprising finishes, and passionate reactions from fans. Here’s a comprehensive event review highlighting key moments and audience impressions.

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Drew Mcintyre Is Defeated At Home By Damian Priest At Wwe Clash At The Castle 2024
Drew McIntyre is defeated at home by Damian Priest at WWE Clash at the Castle 2024

Main Event: Drew McIntyre vs. Damian Priest

The main event featured Drew McIntyre facing Damian Priest for the WWE Championship. Despite McIntyre’s home advantage, the match ended with Damian Priest retaining the title in a controversial finish.

Dave Simon recapped the climax: “Drew McIntyre hit the Claymore on Damian Priest, but there was no referee to count the pin because Eddie Orengo had been knocked off the apron. A man in a referee shirt later revealed to be CM Punk, ran in, counted to two, then stopped, leading to chaos. Punk kicked McIntyre, allowing Priest to hit the South of Heaven and retain the title.”

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Johnny North added, “The crowd was in shock. They expected McIntyre to win in his home country. The way Punk interfered and screwed Drew was a bold move by WWE. The Scottish fans were visibly upset, and you could feel the tension in the arena.”

Audience reactions varied, with some expressing frustration over the outcome. Doug Hepburn commented, “I can’t believe they did that to McIntyre. I had chills when Drew came out to the Pipers. It was a very entertaining show, though.”

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Cody Rhodes vs. AJ Styles

The opening match saw Cody Rhodes defending his WWE Championship against AJ Styles in an “I Quit” match. This match was a highlight of the evening, featuring brutal spots and high drama.

Ben Simon described a key moment: “AJ had Cody handcuffed and was beating him with a chair. Then, AJ went for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Cody threw a chair at him, causing AJ to crash through a table outside the ring. It was an insane spot.”

Johnny North added, “The fact that AJ is still doing these high-risk moves at his age is impressive. That crash through the table was the spot of the night.”

Audience member Ryan Katz said, “Much better than King and Queen of the Ring. That AJ and Cody match was something else. I give the show an eight out of ten.”

Women’s Triple Threat Tag Team Championship

The Women’s Tag Team Championship match was another intense bout. Scots Alba Fire and Isla Dawn emerged victorious in a triple-threat match against Bianca Belair, Jade Cargill, and the team of Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark.

Dave Simon highlighted a significant botch, “Jade Cargill slipped off the top rope during her hot tag, and then she was tapping out in a chokehold, but the referee didn’t call the finish. It was a rough night for Jade.”

Johnny North noted, “It looked like Jade had the ‘booboo face’ when she came out, which is unusual for her. She usually has so much energy, but tonight, she seemed off.”

Audience member Antoinette expressed her disappointment, “Jade botched so much. It was hard to watch. I hope she can recover from this performance.”

Intercontinental Championship: Sami Zayn vs. Chad Gable

Sami Zayn defended his Intercontinental Championship against Chad Gable in a match with a lot of back-and-forth action but dragged a bit in the middle.

Dave Simon observed, “The match had too much drama and not enough wrestling at times. It was good, but it could have been tighter.”

Ben Simon agreed, adding, “There were long shots of Otis and Maxine emoting ringside, which slowed down the pace. It was a solid match, but not as good as their previous encounters.”

Audience member DJ Born rated the show, “I give the WWE Clash at the Castle an eight out of ten. It was solid, but some matches could have been better.”

Additional Audience Reactions

The audience on YouTube, Rumble, Twitter, Twitch, and Kick shared their impressions and scores of the event. Most fans rated the show positively, with mixed feelings about certain matches.

Dave Simon read out some scores, “Doug Hepburn gave it an eight out of ten, praising the overall entertainment value. Ryan Card also rated it an eight, noting it was better than King of the Ring. Antoinette gave it a seven, mentioning she still had to watch it all but liked what she saw.”

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 Conclusion

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 delivered some memorable moments and surprising finishes. The main event and the “I Quit” match between Cody Rhodes and AJ Styles were highlights. However, some matches had pacing issues and botches that affected the overall quality.

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