Major WWE Clash at the Castle disruption to lead to SummerSlam triple threat match? Exploring potential scenario

Damian Priest will out his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle (Photo creit:
Damian Priest will put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle (Photo credit:

WWE Clash at the Castle will see the World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest put his title on the line against Drew McIntyre. This match has been in the making for a few weeks now and will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, on June 15.

The two confronted each other in the opening segment of the latest episode of Monday Night RAW, along with Gunther, who became the new King of the Ring this Saturday, earning a World Heavyweight Championship match at SummerSlam on August 3.

Still, Monday's opening segment teased the possibility of a Triple Threat match for the title at Clash at the Castle. But for this to happen, one superstar has to get involved, and this is none other than CM Punk.

The Best in The World has been feuding with The Scottish Warrior since the 2024 Royal Rumble, and the two are set to face off in one of WWE's Premium Live Events in the summer.

Thus, it wouldn't come as a surprise if Punk appeared in Glasgow, got involved in the match, and cost McIntyre the victory. This way, their feud will continue, potentially leading to The Scottish Warrior getting a rematch at SummerSlam.

If this happens, though, CM Puk will have no problem interfering again and cost his rival another title shot since WrestleMania 40.

Drew McIntyre calls the title match at Clash at The Castle a 'dream scenario'

Drew McIntyre will look to become the World Heavyweight Champion again, this time in front of his family and friends in Glasgow. He will take on the one that defeated him to become champion, Damian Priest.

McIntyre recently opened up about his battle with the leader of The Judgment Day at Clash at the Castle and why this is a 'dream match' for him.

"I would love to have that title match if he’s still the champion in Scotland and finally have that moment with the title and actually keep the title. But I could never have imagined it could potentially be in Glasgow. So that’s my dream scenario," he told Mike Johnson of PWInsider. (H/T WrestleTalk).

It remains to be seen what angle WWE will take and whether it will follow the Triple Threat match path for the Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event.