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Below are a couple of top WWE & AEW news stories of the day.

• WWE’s highly anticipated Clash at the Castle premium live event is set to take place on June 15th in Glasgow, Scotland. Headlining the event, Drew McIntyre will challenge Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Championship. The stakes are high, as The Judgment Day will be banned from ringside, but McIntyre remains wary of CM Punk, who has vowed to disrupt his homecoming. The Scottish Warrior has issued a stern warning to Punk, promising repercussions if he interferes in Glasgow.

In the women’s division, Bayley faces a formidable challenge as she defends her WWE Women’s Title against Piper Niven, who will undoubtedly have the support of the Scottish crowd. Adding to the excitement, two more Scottish stars, Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn, will compete for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. They will face reigning champions Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill, as well as the team of Zoey Stark and Shayna Baszler in a thrilling triple threat match.

WWE has announced an addition to their PLE: an engaging post-show event immediately following Clash at the Castle. Despite earlier reports of a possible change to the traditional post-show press conference, Post Wrestling confirmed that the press conference will still occur, with the post-show event being an added feature.

To kick off the festivities, WWE will host a pre-show event on June 14th in Glasgow. This will precede the excitement of Scotland’s men’s football team opening Euro 2024 against hosts Germany, ensuring a vibrant atmosphere in the city.

With high-stakes matches and hometown heroes in action, Clash at the Castle promises to be an unforgettable night for WWE fans in Glasgow.

• AEW International Champion Will Ospreay has sparked excitement with a recent teaser about Ricochet. Ospreay and Ricochet, who created some unforgettable matches together in the 2010s, have maintained mutual respect and admiration over the years.

A few months ago, Ospreay expressed his disappointment with how WWE was utilizing Ricochet, calling him one of the best in the business and lamenting the limited opportunities WWE gave him to showcase his talents. Ospreay’s comments resonated with many fans who felt similarly about Ricochet’s WWE run.

Recently, PWInsider reported that Ricochet has given his notice to WWE, leading to widespread speculation that he might be heading to AEW. This past Monday on RAW, Ricochet was written off television in a dramatic fashion, being thrown into a WWE production truck and through a car windshield by Bron Breakker.

Despite this storyline exit, there was talk backstage about Ricochet possibly making one more WWE appearance to capitalize on the buzz surrounding his departure. WWE later updated fans with a statement on Wednesday, indicating that Ricochet had suffered multiple upper body injuries and would be out of action for an undisclosed period.

Adding fuel to the speculation, Ospreay recently noticed a Ricochet banner and commented on it, calling the name “sh*t”, which fans took as a playful hint towards Ricochet’s potential move to AEW.

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