​WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 Predictions: Wild Boar Predicts Who Will Win Roman Reigns Vs Drew McIntyre Match

Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre will be baring down their arsenal against each other at the Clash at the Castle, one of the most anticipated PPV’s and the greatest stadium event in UK in the last 30 years. Fans across the world are making their WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 predictions.

A Welshman from the NXT roster, Wild Boar, though will be rooting for McIntyre, he finds it very hard to write off the possibility of dethroning Roman Reigns. According to him, the Big Dog has been pulling off quite a few significant chains and they are clinking for all the right reasons that may see Bloodline emerging victorious again.

Here is what Wild Boar had to say in his WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 predictions

When Sportskeeda Wrestling asked him to provide a prediction for the main event at the Clash at the castle, he didn’t mince his words, also staying very true to his emotions. He was heard quoting, “I’d like the UK boy to take it on home soil. But Roman Reigns is killing it right now, isn’t he? That match against Brock Lesnar was absolutely outstanding. So again, I can’t wait to watch it. Like I said I want the UK boy to win it. But Roman Reigns is the man, ain’t he?”


However, when Boar was asked to pick up his fellow winner at the mega-event slated to happen in Cardiff, he chose Drew. He believed that Drew is in the form of his life and there has been some terrific momentum that he is coming forth to this contest with. Boar believes that if someone can derail Reigns, it has to be the Scottish Psychopath.

WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 Predictions have been pouring left right and center for this big contest with Reigns still holding an upper hand after he laid waste to the Beast Incarnate in a last-man standing match-up, where the two stalwarts of heavyweight took each other apart in a brutal contest of force and toys, leaving the ring in absolute shambles.



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