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Possible Change To WWE Clash At The Castle After-Event Plans?

Most major PLEs have a particular format, but could there be a possible change to WWE Clash at the Castle after-event plans?

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Most major PLEs have a particular format, but could there be a possible change to WWE Clash at the Castle after-event plans?

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In the more recent times, WWE has added a very sports-like element to premium live events. Specifically, we’ve seen the company employ a post-show press conference in many cases. A recent example followed Backlash at Lyon, France. But that may be changing with Clash at the Castle. As reported on Twitter by WrestleVotes, there does not appear to be a post-show press conference following this year’s Clash.

No?

Or rather, there does not appear to be only a post-show press conference. When the initial news broke, some were wondering if the change was due to some recent uncomfortable questions posed during those sessions. Now, it seems that this is not the case. Instead, we will have a post-Clash press conference, but WWE is also adding a post-show immediately following the show’s conclusion. That honestly sounds like a good idea, and assuming it is a set time of our WWE talking heads giving us their impressions? It should be pretty neat. And it should also provide WWE more time to have the right Superstars available for that press conference. Perhaps, WWE is following how UFC handles their post-show media conferences.

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Considering what we have on the card when the Superstars hit Scotland? I have to expect that both the post-show panel and post-show press conference should be reflecting on a strong card. Chad Gable is challenging Sami Zayn for the Intercontinental Championship. Cody Rhodes defends his belt against AJ Styles in an I Quit match following their Backlash match, and Damian Priest puts his on the line against home crowd favorite Drew McIntyre. Should be plenty to talk about when Saturday comes to a close.

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