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WWE has confirmed the name of its huge event at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff – and all roads lead to Clash At The Castle.

The company made the announcement – including ticket details – during Friday’s show at The O2 in London, with a video played on the big screen as Scottish superstar Drew McIntyre revealed the news before his main event clash with Roman Reigns.

He said: ‘Now, the wait is finally over. Get ready for the biggest WWE event in UK history. On saturday September 3rd, the WWE Universe will descend on the iconic Principality Stadium in Cardiff Wales for Clash At The Castle. Will you be there?’

Meanwhile, WWE has also confirmed on-sale dates for tickets for the event, which will mark the company’s first UK stadium show since SummerSlam 1992.

Tickets will go on sale Friday, May 20, while there will be an exclusive pre-sale opportunity starting on May 18 with more information here.

McIntyre has released a further statement after WWE spread the word after his on-screen announcement in London.

He added: ‘The city of Cardiff is ready for WWE Clash at the Castle on September 3, and I know that everyone in Wales, across the UK and around the entire world is ready to make history with us, too.

‘Get your tickets and be part of the magic. I can’t wait to hear just how loud Principality Stadium can get.’

Now, the journey can really kick off with WWE fans waiting to find out what matches will feature on the card, with plenty of speculation already running rampant.

Tyson Fury could be in line for a clash with Drew McIntyre, having teased the possibility after his win over Dillian Whyte.

Asked about the Cardiff show, he said: ‘Don’t rule me out of fighting there. You might see me at SummerSlam coming up soon. I’ve got to speak to Vince [McMahon] and the boys. Maybe make this happen.

‘I know Drew McIntyre has been saying a lot of things about me. I have to knock him out. I’d love to be at Cardiff, I’d love to be back at centre stage in the UK, especially for the wrestling.’

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