WWE will hold its first major pay-per-view event in the UK since 1992 next month when they present the Clash at the Castle event from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
This upcoming event will be one of WWE's most-attended shows of 2022. It will be headlined by Drew McIntyre challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
While speaking with Chris Van Vliet on Insight, McIntyre was asked about the idea of doing a WrestleMania event in the UK, which the former WWE Champion believes can happen.
“Yeah, I can't see why not. I’m not going to talk about numbers that I have heard at the moment until they are official, but we have seen the numbers that have been released, just the demand for the tickets broke records initially. Right now, we are on course for some big, big numbers from a business perspective. But people watching and tuning into Clash at the Castle and seeing the live audience, how loud and rowdy and crazy they are with the chants we have seen in the past with Raw and SmackDown that have come from the UK. I know a lot of people are going to go ‘Why don’t we do a WrestleMania here?’ It’s gonna be crazy, imagine those wild UK fans and people coming from all across the world joining in the passion, the atmosphere and the inanity of the UK fans.”
In this same interview, McIntyre spoke about how he cut the ring ropes at WrestleMania 38 as well as when he found out about Karrion Kross’ WWE return.