Clash at the Castle will be WWE’s first European PPV in decades. As of now, we will see Drew McIntyre battle Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. The odds for predicting the match is quite surprising.

BetOnline have both WWE Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns and challenger Drew McIntyre at -120 (5/6), indicating the match is, as of this writing, too close to call in regards to a clear-cut winner. Betting-wise, this would make McIntyre the biggest threat to Reigns’ run as champion in recent memory, and one of the greatest betting threats in Reigns’ near two-year reign as either Undisputed Champion or WWE Universal Champion.

The odds also give McIntyre a 50-50 shot at winning the championship in his native United Kingdom. McIntyre is, of course, from Scotland. It’s a long shot, too.

McIntyre vs. Reigns will take place as a single match at all or will see another wrestler added. It was reported shortly after the conclusion of “WWE SmackDown” that Karrion Kross, who returned to WWE on the Smackdown brand, by attacking McIntyre and giving a stare down to Reigns, might be inserted into the title picture.


It’s now possible either in a single match against Reigns or a match involving both Kross and McIntyre. Another report today revealed that Kross will be the number two heel on “SmackDown” behind Reigns. Only time will tell who wins that big match, but it’s all up to Triple H’s booking.

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Andre Porter

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