Cody Rhodes confirms that he will be part of WWE Clash at the Castle

Cody Rhodes at WWE King and Queen of the Ring, the official poster for WWE Clash at the Castle: Scotland
Cody Rhodes at WWE King and Queen of the Ring, the official poster for WWE Clash at the Castle: Scotland [Images courtesy wwe.com]

The next WWE Premium Live Event will be Clash at the Castle: Scotland. The big event is scheduled for Saturday, June 15 from the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. The top title in the company is set to be on the line as Cody Rhodes is now officially listed for the card.

Clash at the Castle will be headlined by hometown star Drew McIntyre challenging Damian Priest for his World Heavyweight Championship. Rhodes' opponent has not been confirmed, but since dethroning Roman Reigns at WrestleMania XL, he has retained in televised matches over AJ Styles and Logan Paul.

The American Nightmare took to X today to post his schedule for June. The WWE champion confirmed that he is not currently booked for any RAW dates for the month, but he is scheduled for Clash at the Castle: Scotland, and SmackDown the night before, also in Glasgow.

Rhodes is also scheduled for every SmackDown episode next month - June 7 at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, KY; the June 14 go-home show at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow; June 21 at the Allstate Arena in Chicago; June 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.


Logan Paul says he was robbed of the WWE Championship

The inaugural King and Queen of the Ring PLE was headlined by a big champion vs. Champion match. Cody Rhodes retained the Undisputed WWE Championship over Logan Paul, who did not put his United States Championship up for grabs.

Saturday's 24-minute main event included brief interference from one of Paul's friends and Saudi actor Ibrahim Al-Hajjaj. Paul took to Instagram after the match to share highlights. He tagged the official World Wrestling Entertainment account, and claimed he was robbed, fueling fan speculation on a potential rematch. He also tagged Rhodes' official account with the post.

"I was robbed @wwe," Logan Paul wrote with the video below.

The Maverick has not defended the United States Championship since Night Two of WrestleMania XL. He retained over Randy Orton and Kevin Owens in a Triple Threat bout that night. Paul won the title from Rey Mysterio at Crown Jewel on November 4, and his only other defense came at the Royal Rumble, where he retained over Owens by DQ.

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