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Scottish Superstars Shine at WWE Clash at the Castle 2024



Scottish Superstars Shine At Wwe Clash At The Castle 2024

Scotland was abuzz as WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 delighted fans with unexpected twists and hometown victories. The return of CM Punk, a shocking title change for Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn, and the continued reign of Cody Rhodes were among the highlights of the event held in Glasgow.

One of the most significant moments of the night came after Rhodes defeated AJ Styles in a brutal “I Quit” match to retain the WWE Championship. As Rhodes celebrated his victory, he was confronted by Solo Sikoa and ambushed by The Bloodline, setting the stage for a potential showdown between Rhodes and the faction led by Roman Reigns.

Another major upset occurred in the women’s division, as local favorites Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn clinched the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship in a triple threat match, dethroning Cargill and Belair in a surprising turn of events.

Meanwhile, the rivalry between Chad Gable and Sami Zayn reached a boiling point, with Zayn emerging victorious and retaining the Intercontinental Championship. The aftermath of the match hinted at a potential split within Alpha Academy, adding a new layer of intrigue to the storyline.

In the showdown for the WWE Women’s Championship, Piper Niven put on a stellar performance against Bayley, displaying her skills and resilience in front of her hometown crowd. While Niven fell short of victory, her strong showing has cemented her status as a contender for future title opportunities.

Lastly, Drew McIntyre once again faced disappointment in his quest for championship gold, as an interference from a returning CM Punk cost him the World Heavyweight Championship. The unexpected turn of events sets the stage for a highly anticipated showdown between McIntyre and Punk, likely to take place at SummerSlam.

Rachel Adams

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