WWE held Clash At The Castle last year in Cardiff, Wales. The show was a resounding success, with a packed stadium of WWE fans watching on.
Now, the BBC have revealed that the show would provide a boost to the Welsh economy, as the show brought in nearly 22 million pounds to the Wels economy. The event itself drew nearly 63,000 fans alone.
Wales’ economy minister Vaughan Gething said:
“In addition to the direct economic impact the event delivered here in Wales, it provided us with a huge boost to our profile internationally. This included opportunities to showcase Wales’ vibrant language and culture through bespoke content creation shared globally on WWE’s social media channels.”Vaughan Gething
WWE Clash at the Castle was headlined by Drew McIntyre challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. The show would end with Drew McIntyre and Tyson Fury singing to the crowd after Solo Sikoa made his main roster debut , costing McIntyre the championship
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