WWE Clash at the Castle looms large and is set to emanate from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday, September 3rd, but what time does the event start in the UK?
The huge pay-per-view is the first since 1992 to take place in the UK, with Wales playing host to one of the biggest match cards of the year.
The show will be headlined by the huge WWE Undisputed Universal Championship match between Roman Reigns and British hero Drew McIntyre, who hails from Scotland and will surely be heavily backed by a partisan home crowd.
Elsewhere on the card, Sheamus is set to do battle with Gunther for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, while Seth Rollins is taking on Riddle and Liv Morgan is defending her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Shayna Baszler.
What time does the event start?
Here’s everything you need to know about the WWE Clash at the Castle start time in the UK and how to watch the event.
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Clash at the Castle UK Start Time
For perhaps the first time ever, we’re not going to have to stay up past 1 AM in order to watch a Premium Live Event from Clash at the Castle (Capital Carnage, Rebellion and Insurrextion do not count)!
The event will take place on Saturday, September 3rd 2022 and will be coming from the 74,000-capacity Principality Stadium.
There will be a kick-off show, as there usually is, and that will kick off at 5:30 PM UK time/BST.
The main show will begin at 7 PM, which is going to be manna from heaven for UK fans who usually stay up until 4 AM watching the biggest shows of the year.
The action can be watched on the WWE Network in the UK; the Network is the OTT streaming service that gives fans access to thousands of hours of wrestling for just £9.99 per month.
In addition to WWE PPVs from years gone by, you can also access shows from WCW, ECW, PROGRESS, wXw and ICW.
You can also watch the show on BT Sport.
WWE’s UK broadcast partner announced over the weekend that the show will be aired on BT Sport 2, meaning you will simply need a BT subscription to access the show, without having to pay outright for the event.
A BT Sport monthly pass will cost you £25 and give you access to the show on their app or web player.
If you want to watch on Sky, a BT Sport subscription will cost you £29.99 a month plus £20 upfront.
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