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WWE Clash at the Castle: 5 things to look out for at first UK stadium show for 30 years
WWE Clash at the Castle is almost upon us as up to 70,000 are expected in Cardiff on Saturday. The Principality Stadium spectacular is WWE’s first stadium show in the UK for 30 years, and plenty of big names are expected to be in town.Three decades ago, the iconic old Wembley Stadium was packed with over 80,000 wrestling fanatics as The British Bulldog completed a dream homecoming, defeating brother-in-law Bret Hart for the coveted intercontinental title. READ MORE: Tyson Fury’s Netflix series could derail Oleksandr Usyk fight plans for December This time around, that pressure of the homeland falls on the UK’s Drew McIntyre, who has the ominous task of challenging Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns for all the marbles.The show is also the first major Premium Live Event for WWE following the retirement of Vince McMahon - SummerSlam already having had much of McMahon’s involvement prior to his controversial exit.All eyes will be on new chairwoman Stephanie McMahon and husband Triple H, who heads up the company’s creative, to see just how big a splash they make.Ahead of the bash, Daily Star has compiled a handy guide of 5 things to look out for at WWE Clash at the Castle.WWE’s marquee events are famed for having a surprise or two hiding up their proverbial sleeve - something to give the mammoth crowd and the likely huge TV audience something to remember.What form this might take in Cardiff is frankly anyone’s guess.