WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 results

The 2024 WWE Clash at the Castle event was highlighted by an intense showdown between Drew McIntyre and Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Championship. The match took place in McIntyre’s home country of Scotland, giving him a notable home advantage. Despite this, the outcome was heavily influenced by CM Punk’s interference, which turned the tide against McIntyre. Punk’s actions not only cost McIntyre the championship but also intensified their rivalry, setting the stage for SummerSlam.

McIntyre had warned Punk against interfering, emphasizing the potential backlash from the Scottish crowd, which he joked might include the security guards themselves. This interference is part of a broader narrative where McIntyre seeks retribution against Punk, who had previously cost him a title at WrestleMania 40 through a similar interference.

WWE Clash at the Castle 2024 results:

Undisputed WWE Championship: Cody Rhodes vs. AJ Styles

In an emotionally charged “I Quit” match, Cody Rhodes defended his title against AJ Styles. The match saw high drama and intense action both inside and outside the ring. It started aggressively with Rhodes delivering his signature disaster kick and Styles countering effectively, showcasing the tactical shifts due to Rhodes’ emotions. The confrontation became more personal and brutal, involving Rhodes’ mother in altercations with Styles. Despite the harsh physical battle where Styles used a kendo stick and belt to batter Rhodes, it was Rhodes who finally forced Styles to quit after threatening further violence with steel steps.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships: Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill vs. Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn vs. Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark

The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship match was a high-octane encounter that showcased the athleticism of Bianca Belair and the power of Jade Cargill as they started strong. The match was highlighted by Cargill’s remarkable ability to catch Shayna Baszler mid-air while also managing Isla Dawn, executing two powerful moves simultaneously. The champions displayed excellent teamwork, although they briefly miscommunicated.

As the match progressed, the challengers briefly united against the champions, but internal conflicts soon emerged, leading to a breakdown in their temporary alliance. Local favorites Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn took advantage of this, performing a series of impressive moves that shifted the momentum in their favor.

The match intensity peaked with all teams vying for control in a chaotic sequence of maneuvers. Amid this, Belair landed a spectacular 450 knee splash on Baszler. Despite a near victory for Cargill and Belair, Dawn’s timely German suplex disrupted their efforts, adding tension and excitement.

Ultimately, Fyre and Dawn emerged as the new champions, celebrated by the crowd chanting “You deserve it!” as they rejoiced with their family ringside, creating a memorable and triumphant conclusion to the match.

Intercontinental Championship: Sami Zayn vs. Chad Gable

A technically impressive match where both competitors showcased their wrestling prowess. Zayn, despite nursing an injured arm, managed to defend his title against the Olympic-level skills of Gable. The match featured a series of high-stakes maneuvers and interference attempts by Alpha Academy, but Zayn prevailed with a decisive Helluva Kick after a chaotic sequence involving all parties.

WWE Women’s Championship: Bayley vs. Piper Niven

Bayley defended her title in a closely contested match against Piper Niven. The match was characterized by Niven’s power moves and Bayley’s cunning and agility. Despite interference from Chelsea Green, Bayley managed to retain her championship with strategic counters and a crucial crucifix bomb.

World Heavyweight Championship: Damian Priest vs. Drew McIntyre

In his homeland of Scotland, McIntyre sought to reclaim the World Heavyweight Championship from Damian Priest. The match was intense, with both superstars delivering punishing moves. A critical moment came when McIntyre was poised to win, but interference from CM Punk, disguised as an official, allowed Priest to retain the title with a final chokeslam. The controversial finish set the stage for further rivalry and a potential rematch.

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