WWE CLASH AT THE CASTLE 2024 Results: CM Punk Returns, AJ Styles Says "I Quit," And A Big Title Change

WWE CLASH AT THE CASTLE 2024 Results: CM Punk Returns, AJ Styles Says "I Quit," And A Big Title Change

Clash at the Castle took place in Glasgow, Scotland yesterday evening and it was a PLE with plenty of big talking points, including the shock return of CM Punk! You can find a full breakdown right here...

By JoshWilding - Jun 16, 2024 06:06 AM EST
Filed Under: WWE

Clash at the Castle hailed from Glasgow, Scotland yesterday evening and it opened with Cody Rhodes defending his Undisputed WWE Championship against AJ Styles in an "I Quit" match. 

It was a brutal back-and-forth bout which saw the American Nightmare repeatedly refuse to give up. After managing to escape from the handcuffs The Phenomenal One had put him in, Rhodes tied Styles to the ropes and attacked him with chair shot after chair shot. 

Styles still wouldn't say those two magic words, so Rhodes got the steel steps and forced the heel to scream "I quit!" before he could hit him with them...only to do it anyway! It was an inventive end to another awesome match between these two.

However, after the bout ended, Solo Sikoa and The Bloodline attacked Rhodes. Kevin Owens and Randy Orton intervened, though fans have already noticed the way The Viper was eyeing up Cody's title. 

Scotland's own Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn won the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships after stealing the win from Jade Cargill after she and Bianca Belair took down Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark. 

In the Intercontinental Championship match, the tension between Chad Gable and Alpha Academy's Otis and Maxxine increased. Neither did as they were told and Otis carried Maxxine to the back after Gable was launched into her already-injured leg. The chaos allowed Sami Zayn to capitalise and he retained with a Helluva Kick. 

Despite repeated interference from Chelsea Green, Bayley also kept hold of the WWE Women's Championship despite Piper Niven being the Scottish crowd's favourite. 

In the main event, Drew McIntyre set out to regain the World Heavyweight Championship from Damian Priest after The Judgement Day member cashed in at WrestleMania. The latter's foot got caught between the middle and top rope at one point, leading to what may or may not have been a legitimate injury. 

The match continued and McIntyre seemed to have it won following a Claymore Kick. Unfortunately for him, the referee had been knocked out moments earlier. Another quickly came to the ring, only for them to be revealed as a returning CM Punk! 

McIntyre backed the Second City Saint into the corner, got a low blow for his trouble, and was put down with Priest's South of Heaven chokeslam for the 1-2-3. Fans in Scotland weren't happy, but the stage has been set for McIntyre and Punk's rivalry to continue as SummerSlam draws near.

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