Welcome to today’s WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 rumor roundup, where we will look at the hot stories emerging from the rumor mills ahead of the UK premium live event. This week, WWE majorly focused on the Women’s Tag Team Championship tournament and the two mid-card championships.
The Clash at the Castle show is less than three weeks away, and unfortunately, ahead of the show, the Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre seems to have injured himself. Apart from that, there is a massive update on a top Superstar’s burial as well as a potential date for the dream match between Roman Reigns and Karrion Kross.
Without further ado, let’s have a look at the top WWE rumors of today.
Drew McIntyre dominates today’s WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 rumor roundup
Drew McIntyre will headline the WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 match card against the Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns. However, there is a small chance that the fans in Cardiff may not witness this mega match. The reason behind it is Drew’s back injury.
According to a report by Fightful, McIntyre has been working through an injury. He will not perform on the upcoming live events, but he is expected to fit for his match at Clash at the Castle.
When will Roman Reigns vs Karrion Kross match happen?
Per Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Roman Reigns vs Karrion Kross could likely take place at Survivor Series. pic.twitter.com/CjVj1s4S2HAdvertisement
— Roman Reigns SZN 💥 (@reigns_era) August 12, 2022
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has reported that Roman Reigns will not appear on the Extreme Rules premium live event which will happen after Clash at the Castle. So if at all, WWE plans to have a match between Reigns and Karrion Kross, it will happen at a SmackDown episode or at Survivor Series in November.
Gunther features on today’s WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 rumor roundup
Following his appearance on RAW on 7/4, those in power at the time really soured on Gunther for whatever ridiculous reason. To the point where a burial on TV was coming. Just a month later and quite the difference…
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) August 13, 2022
As per WrestleVotes, the backstage officials were not happy with Gunther after his performance on the July 4th episode of WWE RAW. There were plans to bury him, but the management changed, and then Gunther ended up main-eventing last night’s SmackDown.