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WWE Clash at the Castle Scotland Match Card & How to Watch

WWE makes its long-awaited Scotland debut live on Peacock with Clash at the Castle 2024!

By Chris Phelan
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The WWE Universe will barely have enough time to catch their breath after King and Queen of the Ring 2024 because Clash at the Castle Scotland will be here before they know what hit them!

How to Watch

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Peacock subscribers know a thing or two about clashes that happen in Scotland thanks in large part to The Traitors. However, they're in store for a whole new level of "clash" once the current roster of WWE Superstars gather in the country for a massive bout and Premium Live Event. 

Here's everything fans need to know about the latest WWE Premium Live Event.

What is Clash at the Castle Scotland?

Drew Mcintyre stands on the top of the ropes

Clash at the Castle Scotland is the latest WWE Premium Live Event with a distinctly international flavor. WWE has made significant inroads toward bringing its unique brand of entertainment worldwide in recent years, and for fans in the United Kingdom, that strategy is finally paying off.

It's the second-ever Clash at the Castle event. Back in 2022, the WWE Universe was treated to an initial Clash for the ages, an event highlighted (or lowlighted, depending on who you rooted for) by Drew McIntyre being robbed of the Universal Championship in a thrilling match against Roman Reigns. See for yourself:

As usual, anything can happen during these monumental PLEs — after all, WrestleMania isn't the only place where WWE Superstars can cement their legacies and make fans' jaws drop!

Where and When is Clash at the Castle Scotland?

Glasgow, Scotland, is the host city for Clash at the Castle Scotland, and as you may or may not know, the town is quite a bit away from the U.S. (the city is officially 3,184 miles from WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut). With a 5 p.m. local start time in Glasgow, that equates to a noon bell time for fans in the United States! 

Yes, that means the WWE Universe can once again enjoy another WWE Premium Live Event from the comfort of their couch in the middle of the afternoon. (It's pretty much our favorite weekend activity at this point.)

In other words, feel free to kick off your Memorial Day weekend in style with a healthy dose of WWE action.

Oh, and Glasgow just happens to be the home of a prominent WWE Superstar who may or may not be looking for revenge after what transpired at WrestleMania (but more on that later).

How to Watch Clash at the Castle Scotland?

Fans know by now that catching all exciting WWE PLE action live as it happens is as simple as turning on your television or smart device and opening Peacock. Every major professional wrestling event happens on Peacock — from the Royal Rumble to Survivor Series and everything in between.

It doesn't get any easier than that!

What Matches Will Take Place at Clash at the Castle Scotland?

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Although no matches have officially been signed, we expect nothing less than a star-studded card highlighting the top Superstars across Raw and SmackDown. And — although he's currently nursing an injury — we fully expect to see Drew McIntyre prominently featured at Clash in the Castle Scotland. After all, the event is in his hometown!

In fact, in a recent interview with PWInsiderElite, McIntyre admitted he's had June 15 circled on his calendar for a very long time — and he has Damian Priest in his sights.

"I would like to have that title match if [current World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest] is still the champion in Scotland," the former champion revealed. "Finally having that moment with the title and actually keeping the title — I could never have imagined it could potentially be in Glasgow, so that's my dream scenario."

If McIntyre gets his wish, he'll have the opportunity of a lifetime: competing in his backyard for one of professional wrestling's most prestigious championships.

The Scottish Warrior's attendance at the event is almost a foregone conclusion. Still, we're sure most major WWE Superstars will be making the trip to Glasgow to compete in matches, which will potentially have huge ramifications for the WWE landscape.

Cody Rhodes — the reigning Undisputed WWE Champion — will almost surely be in action just a few weeks after defending his title against Logan Paul at King and Queen of the Ring. Fans can expect other Superstars like current Women's World Champion Becky Lynch, The Bloodline, Randy OrtonGuntherKevin Owens, and The Judgment Day to also appear.

WWE has been red-hot lately, and we can't imagine any of the action cooling down in Glasgow.

You can tune in to Peacock to watch Clash at the Castle Scotland on June 15. In the meantime, catch up on all things WWE Universe on Peacock.

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