Clash At The Castle Results

WWE Clash At The Castle Results From Principality Stadium In Cardiff, Wales (9/3/2022)

It’s Saturday, and that means it’s time for the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 special event.

The company runs the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales for the show that will stream live on the WWE Network via Peacock at 1p/10c, following a one-hour WWE Clash At The Castle Kickoff Show, which streams live via the company’s YouTube channel.

On tap for tonight’s highly-anticipated event is Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, Shayna Baszler vs. Liv Morgan for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, Sheamus vs. Gunther for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, Seth Rollins vs. Riddle in singles action, Finn Balor & Damian Priest vs. Rey Mysterio & Edge, as well as Bianca Belair, Asuka and Alexa Bliss taking on Bayley, Dakota Kai and IO SKY.

Featured below are complete WWE Clash At The Castle results from Saturday, September 3, 2022. The following report was written by reporter Matt Boone (@MattBoone0709) as the show aired live via the WWE Network on Peacock.


The official pre-show for the WWE Cardiff special event is officially underway, as the stream for the WWE Clash At The Castle Kickoff Show is now live.

We are welcomed to the show by Matt Camp, Jackie Redmond, and Peter Rosenberg, the pre-show panelists for today’s highly-anticipated event from the Principality Stadium.

After some introductions and brief back-and-forth banter among the hosting trio, we head to our first elaborate video package breaking down some of the matches at the show.

The first package takes an extensive look at the showdown between Seth Rollins and Matt Riddle, which has become a grudge match with a lot of personal animosity between the two after their back-and-forth verbal exchanges leading up to the show.

We return to the panel and we hear Camp, Redmond and Rosenberg weigh in with their thoughts on the bout, before sending us into another package breaking down Liv Morgan’s defense of the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship against Shayna Baszler.

Now we’re back once again and the Kickoff Show expert panelists welcome their special guest at this time, none other than NXT commentator Wade Barrett. The former WWE Superstar gives his thoughts on some of the matches scheduled for today before cracking some jokes about Sheamus as he was signnig out.

A quick vignette promoting the NXT Worlds Collide special event scheduled for later this evening airs now. The package spends a decent chunk of time on the pair of title unification bouts for the show led by NXT Champion Bron Breakker vs. NXT UK Champion Tyler Bate.

From there, we shoot back to the pre-show panel where Matt Camp. Jackie Redmond and Peter Rosenberg break down some more action scheduled for the show. After that, they send us into another video package.

Madcap Moss & The Street Profits vs. Theory & Alpha Academy

Upon returning, they throw it to Michael Cole, Corey Graves and the WWE commentary team handling the lone match scheduled for the WWE Clash At The Castle Kickoff Show.

The familiar sounds of the WWE entrance theme of Madcap Moss plays and out he comes. He settles inside the squared circle and his music dies down. The theme for his partners for this six-man tag-team contest, The Street Profits — Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford — hits the house speakers inside Principality Stadium.

With the first of the two three-man teams advertised for action in our first in-ring action of the show in Cardiff, Wales, the theme for the heel trio they will be facing begins playing. With that said, Alpha Academy duo Chad Gable and Otis head out. They are joined by Theory.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. We see some solid back-and-forth action, with Alpha Academy and Theory faring well early on, however some powerful offense from Madcap Moss helps begin the shift in momentum to the babyface squad.

Now we see the pace and intensity pick up as the offense continues to be dominated by Dawkins, Ford and Moss. They have the crowd on their feet and Principality Stadium is rocking.

Ford with a blockbuster off of the top-rope, followed by a running huge dive from the ring to the floor and then a third, final top-rope high spot that set up the pin fall victory. The three-count gives Madcap Moss and The Street Profits the victory.

Winners: Madcapp Moss & The Street Profits

When the match wraps up, we see Madcap Moss and The Street Profits celebrating for a moment and then things are sent to a quick commercial break. From there, we head to the Draft Kings Zone inside the Kickoff Show set.

The betting odds for the online sportsbooks are broken down briefly and then we are sent over to Matt Camp, Jackie Redmond and Peter Rosenberg once again.

The Kickoff Show trio set the stage for the final video package that will air on this pre-show for WWE Clash At The Castle, as it’s time to take a closer look at the events that led to the main event of today’s show.

This match will feature Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre, with the title on-the-line. On that note, we are sent into the extensive video package, which is very well put together and has a big-match feel to it.

After the package wraps up, we shoot back inside the WWE Clash At The Castle Kickoff Show set. The trio of pre-show panelists once again weigh-in, giving their thoughts on the build-up to the main event of today’s show.

We then see a live shot of Roman Reigns arriving to Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. “The Head of the Table” looks ready for the defense of his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against the man who will be challenging for it in his own backyard, Drew McIntyre.


Now the traditional WWE signature airs. We then transition into the always-awesome, elaborate “cold open” video package for a WWE special event, as the opener for the WWE Clash At The Castle airs now.

Once it wraps up, the theme for WWE Clash Of The Castle plays as we once again shoot inside Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales as the camera pans around the venue.

Bianca Belair, Asuka & Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley, Dakota Kai & IO SKY

Now it’s time to get ready for our opening match of the pay-per-view portion of the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 special event.

Michael Cole and Corey Graves welcome us to the show inside the jam-packed venue in Cardiff, Wales. We waste no time from there, as we send things down to the ring announcer.

The ring announcer begins the formal ring introductions for the three women competing in our first PPV match of the evening. Wtih that said, Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair is introduced, as is Alexa Bliss and finally, Asuka.

The trio head to the ring and settle inside. The theme for “The Empress of Tomorrow” fades down and then the formal introductions of their opponents, the heel trio of Bayley, Dakota Kai and IO SKY take place.

From there, we see all six women in the ring ready to get this one underway. Some quick highlights from WWE TV are shown to set the stage for this one and then the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

Almost immediately we see things come unglued, as the referee struggles to restore order after an early brawl leads to all-out chaos. Finally, Belair and Kai settle in the ring as the two legal competitors and the formal, official action gets underway.

We see Alexa Bliss tag in, as does IO SKY. Bliss jumps into the offensive driver’s seat in the early goings. She controls the action for a bit and then tags in Asuka. SKY also makes a tag, bringing Bayley into the mix.

The action continues to shift back-and-forth, with both teams enjoying some time as the leaders of the dance. When all is said and done, however, it is Bayley who hits her Rose Plant on Bianca Belair. After that, IO SKY connects with a moonsault to Belair, and then Bayley rolls her up for the pin fall victory.

Winners: Bayley, Dakota Kai & IO SKY

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Gunther (C) vs. Sheamus

After the six-woman tag-team match wraps up, we head to our next bout of the evening, which will be our first championship action of the show.

We see the ring entrance of “The Celtic Warrior” Sheamus, which brings the crowd in Cardiff to their feet. He settles inside the ring and his music fades down.

Now the theme for the WWE Intercontinental Champion plays and out comes Gunther. He is joined by the Imperium group, which gets a big reaction from the commentary team.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this title affair. We see early dominance from the Imperium leader, as the I-C champ puts it on the Irish longtime WWE veteran.

We see Sheamus start to fight back and he works his way into competitive form before ultimately taking over control of the offense. Things end up going off the rails, as some interference from Imperium members leads to the physicality getting more aggressive.

Gunther lands a big shot with the big boot to the grill of “The Celtic Warrior” which busts him open, presumably hardway. Now he’s back in the offensive driver’s seat.

As the action continues, it is Gunther who remains in control of the offense the whole way throughout after busting open Sheamus. He ends up decking Sheamus off the ring apron with a big boot. Once on the floor, he pulls over the steel ring steps and connects with a big chokeslam on them.

After a few more minutes of intense, hard-hitting action, we see two power bombs from Gunther to Sheamus. He follows that up with a massive lariat for the pin fall victory to retain his I-C title in an excellent match.

Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Gunther

SmackDown Women’s Championship
Liv Morgan (C) vs. Shayna Baszler

It’s time for another championship contest here as we prepare for the next match here at WWE Clash At The Castle.

With that said, we shoot to the elaborate video package telling the story leading up to the showdown between Liv Morgan and Shayna Baszler for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

When we return from the package, we see Shayna Baszler make her way to the ring. She settles inside and her music dies down.

Now the theme for the reigning, defending champion plays as Liv Morgan emerges from the back and heads to the squared circle as well.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. Straight out of the gate we see Baszler ground the champion and immediately start focusing her attack on her arm. She locks the arm into a few holds, however Morgan hangs on.

Morgan starts to fight back into competitive form and just as she is about to enjoy some time in the offensive driver’s seat herself, we see Baszler cut her momentum out from under her.

“The Queen of Hearts” again starts to dominate the action. This time, however, it isn’t long before Morgan fights her way back into the lead. She ultimately goes on to finish this one with a Codebreaker followed by her Ob-Livion for the win.

Winner and STILL SmackDown Women’s Champion: Liv Morgan

Quick Look At Tonight’s Special Guests At Ringside

After the match wraps up, we see a shot of tonight’s special guests, UK veterans Miss Linda and Exotic Adriana Street.

The two are shown sitting at ringside and the NXT UK General Manager Johnny Saint is also shown. They get a nice pop from the fans in Cardiff.

Finn Balor & Damian Priest vs. Rey Mysterio & Edge

We shoot to our next elaborate video package to tell the events leading up to our next match of the evening, which will be a featured tag-team contest.

The video finishes up and then we return inside the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. The theme song for the first team hits and out they come. Also making their way out are the opponents.

It’s time for the highly-anticipated featured tag-team showdown pitting Finn Balor and Damian Priest against the duo of Rey Mysterio and Edge. The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one.

Following some early back-and-forth offensive action, we see the two teams trade momentum shifts a few times until finally the duo of Balor and Priest comfortably settle into the lead.

Things finally boil down to the finish after Edge and Rey Mysterio duke it out with Balor and Priest en route to another firm hold of the offensive control in the match.

Finally, we see some big rapid-fire, back-to-back high spots. Edge hits a big Edgecution DDT for a big pop from the fans in Cardiff. Mysterio follows up after a tag and he hits a big splash following a 6-1-9 from Edge. We see a big chokeslam and then a spear-to-the-floor spot, as Edge nearly decapitates Priest for a huge pop from the fans in the stadium.

Now we see Balor and Priest battle their way back into the offensive driver’s seats in this increasingly exciting tag-team affair. Balor goes on a big offensive spurt, hitting a nice slingblade and then drops Edge in the corner. He heads to the top-rope and looks for the Coup de Grace.

Instead, Mysterio ends up attacking Balor, which effectively stops the Coup de Grace. Mysterio then brings Balor to the mat and he lands with a vengeance.

Finally we work our way into the finish of this one, which sees Rhea Ripley take out Dominik Mysterio on the floor at ringside. He goes for the 6-1-9 on Balor, but ends up eating a big clothesline instead.

Moments later he ends up hitting it anyways, which Edge follows up with by connecting with a big spear. “The Rated-R Superstar” immediately goes for the pin fall attempt after the big spot, and he gets the 1-2-3. This gives he and Rey Mysterio the win in an absolutely excellent match.

Winners: Rey Mysterio & Edge

After The Match: Dominik Mysterio Turns Heel

Once the match wraps up, we see Edge and Rey Mysterio celebrating when Dominik Mysterio walks over and he and Edge look to be talking. Dominik doesn’t look happy.

Next, we see Edge patting him on the back. Dominik suddenly nails a low blow kick to Edge, shocking the crowd. Rey grabs his son and tries to talk him down. Dominik suddenly levels his dad with a big clothesline.

The crowd is going absolutely bonkers booing at the son of Rey Mysterio, while Dominik gives a classic heel facial expression and soaks it up.

We hear an “assh*le” chant spread throughout the stadium now. From there, we see Rey Mysterio recovering and starting to realize what has just transpired.

Dominik gives one final smug look to the packed house in Cardiff and then heads to the back. Rey looks at Edge and is begging off, but “The Rated-R Superstar” ends up embracing him to let him know he doesn’t blame him. That’s how a powerful post-match segment wraps up.

WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 Attendance

We see a long wide shot of the absolutely jam-packed crowd inside the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

Then, the announcer informs the viewing audience watching the broadcast that the live attendance for tonight’s WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 special event streaming live on the WWE Network on Peacock is a massive 62,296.

Seth Rollins vs. Riddle

It’s time for the co-main event of the evening here at the WWE Clash at the Castle special event here in Cardiff, Wales. The elaborate video package airs now.

Following the airing of the video catching fans up to speed on the intense, personal grudge-match rivalry that formed and ended up boiling over by the time we arrived here in Cardiff for the show today, we head back inside the Principality Stadium.

“Burn it down!!!” The sounds of Seth Rollins’ popular theme song plays and the near-70,000 fans in attendance here are making a ton of noise as the longtime WWE veteran heads to the squared circle in entrance gear that makes him look like an over-the-top version of Satan.

Seth “Freakin'” Rollins settles inside the ring and his theme music starts to fade out and eventually off. Now the equally familiar theme for his opponent begins playing.


Out comes the one and only “Original Bro,” Riddle. The fan-favorite heads to the ring and looks ready to decimate Rollins as promised for talking about his family in the fashion that he did.

The bell sounds soon after both guys are settled into the ring and the ring introductions for this, our co-main event of the evening are wrapped up. This highly-anticipated showdown is now off-and-running. Rollins rocks Riddle and they get back up. Riddle meets Rollins with a knee to the gut, then two sentons on the mat. Rollins kicks out at two as some fans continue humming Rollins’ theme. Rollins and Riddle trade offense now. Riddle takes Rollins down in some sort of submission but Rollins resists.

Rollins powers up for a powerbomb but they both tumble over the top rope tot he floor, and Rollins hits first. Riddle goes for a punt kick from the apron but Rollins catches it and launches him into the barrier with a big powerbomb, hitting the camera man it appears. Rollins returns to the ring as the referee counts. Riddle comes back to his feet but Rollins goes for a suicide dive, sending Riddle onto the top of the announce table. Rollins brings it back in and nails a short-arm clothesline.

Rollins stands tall over Riddle and poses for a mixed reaction. Riddle gets up and fights back but Riddle drops him for a two count. Rollins mounts Riddle with right hands now. The referee yells at Rollins now. Rollins kicks Riddle around and taunts him. Riddle jumps up and fires back with strikes. Rollins ducks a kick and rolls Riddle for two. Rollins rocks Riddle in the face for another two count.

Rollins with a Falcon Arrow for another close pin attempt. Rollins keeps control and takes it to the top for an inverted superplex but Riddle resists and knocks him down. Rollins with a kick to turn Riddle upside down in the corner. Rollins goes to the top and nails a big stomp while Riddle is upside down. Riddle kicks out at two.

Rollins takes Riddle back to the top but Riddle fights back. Rollins hits a big superplex and rolls through for a Falcon Arrow but Riddle blocks that and hits a Fisherman’s Buster. Riddle unloads with strikes now. Rollins catches him with a knee to the face. Riddle comes back with jumping strikes but Rollins blocks him. Riddle with a big throw across the ring. Rollins rolls under the bottom rope to the apron but Riddle flies with a big kick. Rollins with a Floating Bro from the middle rope to the floor.

Riddle brings it back into the ring but Rollins goes for a Pedigree. Riddle blocks it and hits a Bro To Sleep. Riddle with a powerbomb, then a knee to the face. Rollins kicks out just in time. Riddle kicks Rollins and goes back up for a Floating Bro but Rollins gets his knees up. Riddle side-steps the Stomp. They trade big counters and Riddle drops Rollins into a Triangle in the middle of the ring.

Now we see Riddle pulling the arm back and Rollins starts to fade as the referee checks on him. Rollins with kicks to the face, then he uses Riddle’s Bro Derek. Riddle kicks out at two. Rollins and Riddle are both worn down now. Rollins slowly goes to the top but has to roll through as Riddle moves. They both trade big kicks to stun each other. Riddle with an overhead kick and a kip-up for a big pop but Rollins rocks him, then hits the forearm to the back of the neck. Riddle blocks a Stomp and nails a big knee. Rollins with an enziguri. Riddle with a big German suplex in response. Rollins blocks a big move and drops Riddle with a Pedigree for a close two count. Fans chant “this is awesome!” as Rollins begins to get up, talking trash and calling Riddle a loser to his face. Rollins talks about Riddle’s wife and kids to his face. Riddle snaps and unloads with strikes now. Rollins kicks him in the head as he tries to come back through the ropes. Rollins goes to use Randy Orton’s second rope draping DDT and he nails it.

After this, Rollins is all smiles now as he struts around the ring and some fans sing his theme. Rollins drops to the mat like Orton to call for the RKO. Riddle blocks him and takes him out of the air, down into a rear naked choke. Riddle now pounds on Rollins in the back of his head. Riddle kicks Rollins and sends him to the floor, then slams his face into the announce table over and over as a “this is awesome!” chant starts. Riddle grabs a steel chair but Rollins avoids it, then rushes back into the ring. Riddle follows but Rollins meets him with a big Stomp.

From there, we see Rollins take his time and hits another big Stomp from the second rope for the 1-2-3 during the pin fall. This gives him the victory and he soaks up the big win in front of 70,000 fans in Cardiff as Riddle tries to recover in the corner. Such a great match.

Winner: Seth Rollins

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
Roman Reigns (C) vs. Drew McIntyre

Folks, it’s main event time!

We are treated to a very elaborate, and very bad-ass video package to tell the story of the events that led up to the main event at the WWE Clash At The Castle special event today.

Once the package wraps up, we head back inside the house venue for today’s show and then we hear the familiar sounds of the entrance theme music of the challenger.

Drew McIntyre emerges to a great pop from the near 70,000 fans in his backyard of Cardiff, Wales. “The Scottish Warrior” begins his walk to the ring and he settles inside.

Now the theme music begins to play for the reigning, defending champion heading into this main event title contest. With that said, Roman Reigns emerges from the back.

The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion starts to make his way down the long entrance ramp, as he heads to the ring while fans try their best to reach over the others in front of them to snap a close-up photo of the top dog in WWE and “The Head of the Table.”

Roman Reigns ends up settling inside the ring as well while Michael Cole reads off many of his more impressive accolades throughout his current, ongoing title reign.

It’s time for the final match of the evening here at the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 special event. The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. We hear the fans break out into absolutely thunderous chants in favor of their home favorite.

The Drew McIntyre chants are echoing throughout the jam-packed house of nearly 70,000 fans inside the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. The two go nose-to-nose and the chants grow even louder. Finally, they begin to trade shots. The back-and-forth soup bones start to get thrown with more and more wreckless abandon.

Finally, we see “The Scottish Warrior” start to take over in the very beginning of this main event match-up. He is putting it on “The Tribal Chief” with relative ease, all things considered, and the fans and WWE commentary team alike react with great shock in their voices.

As McIntyre started to get comfortable in the offensive driver’s seat, we see an issue outside of his control result in a complete 180 degree change of the momentum in the ring. We see Karrion Kross come out with Scarlett and throw a bottle at McIntyre in the ring.

This one sequence of events shifts the favor into the title-holder, and now we watch as “The Head of the Table” absolutely takes over and settles into a very firm hold of the offensive control in the contest.

Reigns remains in control of the action for several minutes in a row. Just as it looks like Drew is going to fight his way back into competitive form, Reigns beats him down again and pulls the rug out from underneath him.

This leads to the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion calling for a microphone from a worker outside of the ring. He gets the mic, hops on it and tells the fans, “Cardiff … acknowledge me!” They all respond with a ton of noise — essentially as much as 70,000 people in a stadium can.

As soon as he finishes his quick comment, he drops the mic and turns around. Unfortunately for the champ, however, he turned around right into a perfectly timed Glasgow Kiss from the challenger. Drew McIntyre is back on his feet and his energy is through the roof now as the crowd only amps him up more with loud chants.

McIntyre hits a big spot and then follows that up with a neck-breaker, and this was all after battering Reigns with repeated shots over-and-over-and-over again. He kips up and the crowd pops enormously once again. He goes right back to work on a still weakened Reigns.

We see “The Scottish Warrior” grab onto the hand of Reigns as he climbs to the top-rope. He begins doing his version of Undertaker’s “old school” spot, however Reigns ends up yanking him into himself, and he landed bad.

Things continue like this until finally McIntyre thinks he has Reigns where he wants him. He’s down on the mat and McIntyre backs into a corner. He crouches down and stalks Reigns, waiting for the champion to get back to his feet so he can finish him off.

As soon as he gets up, “The Scottish Warrior” sprints in his direction with intentions of connecting with his Claymore Kick. Instead, Reigns pulls out a super fast, perfectly timed counter that sees him use McIntyre’s own momentum against him in addition to his own forward momentum, with the two meeting in the middle for a well-placed Superman punch.

Both guys are down and out, but this one is still going. The crowd is eating it up to the point that complimentary spoons should have been handed out to 70,000 Cardiff residents earlier today so that they would be properly prepared for such an ocassion.

The action continues, and we see things build to a peak where Reigns hits his finisher with crazy emphasis, nearly knocking McIntyre out of his boots. McIntyre then remains laid out as “The Tribal Chief” covers him for the pin fall attempt.


Somehow the challenger finds it in him to kick out before the count of three. From there, Reigns loses his cool. He grabs the referee and in a rare moment of clear-cut vulnrability being shown to the 70,000 members of the WWE Universe in attendance in Cardiff and the millions watching around the globe, he complains as his voice gets higher-pitched and squeeks a bit, saying, “That was three! That was three!”

Apparently it was not. Because of that, this match obviously continues. Now we see Reigns and McIntyre duking it out, with the fans reacting on each shot either guy lands. McIntyre’s big bombs elicit “yay!” chants, while Reigns’ connected shots draw “boo!” reactions from the crowd.

Moments later we see McIntyre nearly finish this one off, but Reigns ends up hanging on. Out comes a very opportunistic Theory with his Money In The Bank briefcase. He apparently has designs on cashing-in his title shot right here and now.

Before he can, however, he must give the briefcase to those seated at the timekeepers table at ringside. When he goes to do exactly that, he is must with an big-time bolo-bonkers knockout punch from… who?

You guessed it — “The Gypsy King” Tyson Fury.

The boxing heavyweight champion knocks Theory unbelievably unconscious and this year’s Men’s Money In The Bank ladder match remains laid out on the floor. Now we see the action start to resume inside the squared circle once again, as our main event continues.

McIntyre goes on to avoid a big finisher attempt from Reigns. He then connects flush with his own and this leads to a big Claymore Kick leveling “The Head of the Table.” Drew appears to have this one in the bag again. He goes for the cover, but wait, another unexpected interference leads to a poential match-altering moment.

We see “The Scottish Warrior” go for the cover, only for it to not be the end of things once again. Why this time, you ask? Well — it was a masked man.

The masked man goes on to remove said-mask, revealing himself to be another relative of Roman Reigns and The Usos, the man that the commentary team reference as the street fighting bad-ass of the family — Solo Sikoa.

Sikoa’s involvement not only saves Reigns from being finished off, but also helps him go on to secure the victory and retain his title. Reigns ends up getting the cover and the necessary three-count to retain. The winner and still Undisputed WWE Universal Champion — Roman Reigns.

Winner and STILL Undisputed WWE Universal Champion: Roman Reigns

Tyson Fury Confronts Drew McIntyre To Wrap Up WWE Clash At The Castle

It will be Drew McIntyre who wraps up the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 pay-per-view in his backyard of Cardiff, Wales. He remains in the ring as the man who leaves Principality Stadium with his gold hardware in the same traveling airplane carry-on that he brought with him from North America, Roman Reigns, heads to the back with Solo Sikoa.

Now we see the aforementioned boxing heavyweight champion “The Gypsy King” Tyson Fury get into the ring with a microphone. He goes on to address the man who has gone back-and-forth with him for well over a year on social media and in media interviews.

But not how you would expect.

No, Fury does not attack McIntyre. No he does not challenge him to a match. Instead, he goes on to give McIntyre credit and tells him to keep his chin up, assuring him that 70,000 people in Cardiff were passionately chanting his name and cheering him on throughout the match. He mentions the respect-worthy effort he put forth and says he earned his respect.

From there, Fury goes on to mention how he can only think of one more thing to do before they wrap up the show. Anyone who knows Tyson Fury knew what was coming next.

The heavyweight king of the sweet science of the sport of boxing goes on to sing, way too long, and with nowhere near enough vocal range or singing ability to be going on for as long as he did.

Regardless, he sang the Don McClean song, “Bye Bye Miss American Pie.” The fans sing along at first but even they didn’t feel like going on as long as “The Gypsy King” did. McIntyre ends up helping him finish the last few lyrics of the song and then he takes the mic as Fury exits the ring and takes his seat in the crowd once more.

McIntyre then thanks the fans for coming and assures everybody that he’s not done yet with his goal of returning to the top. He vows to capture the two Undisputed WWE Universal Championships before all is said-and-done.

It is at that point that the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 special event wraps up. That is how we go off the air. Thanks for joining us here at today for our live WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 results coverage from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

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