WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 Last-Minute Predictions: Predicting The Winner Of All 6 Matches On the UK PPV

WWE Clash At The Castle being literally on the doorstep, the WWE Universe is on their toes riled up from all the insider rumors and pundit predictions that are supposedly happening tonight.

Here’s our predictions for all the match results as per the viral rumors and reports we’ve heard:

1. WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 Last-minute predictions – Bayley, Dakota Kai & IYO SKY defeat Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss & Asuka

The returning heels Baley, Dakota Kai and IYO SKY challenged Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka on the on RAW for a match at the PPV which the latter accepted.


The main feud that these two groups have is among their captains Bayley and Bianca Belair. Bayley was feuding with Belair before an injury sidelined her for nine months. She resumed the feud after returning during Summerslam 2022 with her new friends. As a Heel team, the returning superstars need a win to stay relevant and get an upset win even if not clean.


2. WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 last-minute predictions – The Judgment Day defeat Edge & Rey Mysterio

This rivalry has been well documented over months with the Mysterios coming out on top, last Summerslam with an assist from Edge. This time however, The Judgment Day may have their revenge if this week’s RAW’s segment with them was any indication.

Rhea Ripley was able to take the kendo stick away from Dominik by mesmerizing him with her words fueling rumors of a romantic angle between them or him being a potential new member of the faction. The Judgment Day has tried recruiting Dominik in the past too and if he is really joining them, he will probably help them win at the show to everyone’s surprise.

3. WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 last-minute predictions – Matt Riddle defeats Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins

This rivalry has been brewing for a while now with both superstars trying to get one up on each other. They were supposed to have a match at Summerslam 2022 but Riddle got injured and still proceeded to call out Rollins and fight him there.


Even after this, they have attacked each other on RAW multiple times including a parking lot brawl recently. Riddle has been showing his aggressive side lately, moving away from his pothead bro image. If WWE wants to project him as a strong contender for a title, he needs to come up on top in this feud.

4. Liv Morgan defeats Shayna Baszler (SmackDown Women’s Championship)

Liv Morgan’s rise as the SmackDown Women’s Champion has been nothing short of shocking. The mid carder won the Money In The Bank contract and cashed it the same night against the dominant and fearsome Ronda Rousey. What was more shocking is that she successfully defended it against Rousey at SummerSlam although controversially.

Shayna Baszler, a former MMA fighter herself, is more than capable of picking apart the champion but it seems unlikely this will happen as Morgan was able to retain against a much higher caliber opponent like Rousey. Also, Ronda doesn’t seem to be done with Liv because she disrupted her contract signing for the PPV. Therefore, Liv may lose but not right now against Shayna.




5. Sheamus defeats Gunther – Intercontinental Championship

The Celtic Warrior is a returning local hero who challenges the Austrian Intercontinental champion at Cardiff. The Irish superstar has been all sorts of champion over the years except Intercontinental.

With his Brawling Brutes by his side, he can actually achieve this milestone. Also, the involvement of his fellow UK teammates allows Gunther not to lose clean and also pleases the native crowd.

6. Drew McIntyre defeats Roman Reigns – Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match

Perhaps the biggest prediction and most probable is Drew McIntyre beating Roman Reigns for the Undisputed titles. This is being reported by many insiders as Roman has been the champ for two long years and Drew, as the returning UK hero, will probably win the big one to get that huge audience pop. Also, rumors suggest a returning Bray Wyatt might interfere in the match allowing Roman to lose while still looking strong.


Drew was the champ during the Thunderdome era and never got to defend his title in front of a live crowd. It only makes sense if he wins in front of his native crowd and gets to fulfil this dream.

Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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