WWE Clash at the Castle took place this evening from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, and one of the featured bouts saw Sheamus face Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship.
The match itself was an intense back-and-forth affair that saw Gunther take the win with a hellacious lariat to regain his gold in Cardiff.
As is usually the case with Gunther matches, his opponent would take a lot of chops to the chest, and Sheamus certainly looked worse for wear backstage after the bout.
Here is the effect of Gunther’s chops to Sheamus during their Intercontinental Championship match at WWE Clash of the Castle.
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Sheamus vs Gunther Clash at the Castle
As you can see by the tweet below, the Irish Superstar was left battered and bruised during the battle with the Austrian behemoth.
Fans inside the Principality Stadium gave the master of the Brogue Kick a standing ovation following the contest, and he certainly earned his pay tonight!
It is not confirmed whether or not we will see a rematch between the two European greats, but with the reformation of IMPERIUM to combat the Brawling Brutes, we will at the very least see a six-man tag team match at some point in the near future.
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Gunther vs Sheamus on demand
WWE Clash at the Castle is now available to watch back on demand via WWE Network for pro wrestling fans in the United Kingdom.
WWE Network is available at only £9.99 per month and gives fans access to every Premium Live Event in the WWE calendar as well as a huge amount of older PPV content involving megastars such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker and Trish Stratus.
Fans in the United States are able to watch all of the action back on demand via the Peacock streaming service.
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