WWE has already taken over the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, to prepare the setup for next Saturday’s Clash at the Castle premium live event.
Dozens of trucks showed up at the location this week with equipment, many of which were unloaded on the main pitch, which has been obviously covered for the occasion.
The seat map does not show a large stage so don’t expect a WrestleMania-type setup. It will resemble more what WWE did at SummerSlam and at the Royal Rumble this year.
Over 66,000 tickets has so far been distributed for the show, around 7,000 shy of a sell-out. While not the most profitable show of the year, Clash at the Castle will be the most-attended wrestling show this year, beating each night of WrestleMania in terms of real attendance.
Le Principality Stadium de Cardiff se prépare à accueillir Clash at the Castle…
– JFG pic.twitter.com/vvc8VzPsmM
— Catch Sans Frontières (@CatchCSF) August 28, 2022
Another full on load in day today at the Principality Stadium Cardiff moving everything in for the WWE event next week Clash at the Castle. pic.twitter.com/tjCWwqc2l7
— Kevin Hopper (@bycl1975) August 27, 2022