Drew McIntyre was all set to win the world heavyweight championship in his home country of Scotland at the Clash at the Castle event. However, his dreams were shattered once again by CM Punk. McIntyre has faced multiple setbacks in his career, from winning his first WWE championship during an empty WrestleMania to being cheated out of the title by various opponents.

The Clash at the Castle event in Glasgow, Scotland featured some incredible matches, including a fierce battle between Cody Rhodes and AJ Styles in an ‘I Quit’ match. The match started with Rhodes delivering his signature disaster kick, but Styles quickly turned the tables. The two superstars engaged in a brutal and intense match that saw Rhodes ultimately emerging victorious.

In another match, the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships were on the line, with Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill defending their titles against various opponents. The champions displayed their dominance throughout the match, showcasing their athleticism and power. Despite facing challenges from their opponents, Belair and Cargill managed to retain their titles.

The Intercontinental Championship match between Sami Zayn and Chad Gable was a technical showcase. Both superstars displayed their wrestling skills, with Gable targeting Zayn’s left arm throughout the match. The match took an unexpected turn when Gable’s plan involving Alpha Academy was revealed, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

In the Women’s Championship match, Bayley defended her title against Piper Niven in a hard-fought battle. Niven showed her strength and resilience, but Bayley’s experience proved to be the deciding factor in the match. Despite a distraction from Chelsea Green, Bayley managed to secure the victory and retain her title.

The main event of the evening was for the World Heavyweight Championship, with Damian Priest defending his title against Drew McIntyre. The match was intense, with both superstars delivering hard-hitting moves. However, the match took a controversial turn when CM Punk interfered, leading to Priest retaining his title with a victory over McIntyre.

Overall, the Clash at the Castle event in Scotland was full of thrilling matches and unexpected outcomes. The superstars delivered spectacular performances, leaving the fans on the edge of their seats throughout the night.