WWE Clash at the Castle was hailed as one of the most captivating and successful events in the Triple H era. However, it wasn’t without controversy, as some fans expressed concerns about the safety of the ropes used during the event. WWE’s response to this controversy has now been disclosed.

The topic of discussion following WWE Clash at the Castle centered around several rope botches witnessed during the event. One notable instance involved Jade Cargill attempting a move where she jumped through the ropes, resulting in a botched execution. Another occurred during the main event when Damian Priest tried to perform diving move through the ropes.

Critics and detractors pointed to these botches as evidence of issues with the ropes themselves, suggesting that the mishaps were directly related to the condition or setup of the ropes used during the show, but Shayna Baszler had different opinion.

According to Fightful Select, when asked about the incidents involving slips on the ropes during WWE Clash at the Castle, a source within WWE attributed them to the ropes used in Scotland and dismissed them as instances of bad luck. The source indicated that WWE is not particularly concerned about similar issues moving forward.


Accidents happen all the time in the world of professional wrestling and everything that happened at Clash at The Castle will unlikely happen again in the same manner, as it’s clear WWE is focused on bigger things now.

Do you believe the ropes were at fault for all the botches at the show? Let us know in the comments section below!

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