WWE Not Concerned About Botches At Clash At The Castle

WWE not worried about Clash at the Castle botches

Beyond the mostly solid in-ring action at Clash at the Castle, WWE's pay-per-view from Glasgow, Scotland featured a number of botches. The most high-profile botch saw Damian Priest attempt his patented Step-Up Tope Con Hilo, only to get his foot tangled in the ropes as his head bounced off the apron. Priest was then left dangling before Drew McIntyre managed to free him and the World Heavyweight Champion spent the remainder of the match hobbling. 

Jade Cargill also had a memorable botch on the show, completely whiffing on a springboard as she instead slipped on the rope and just fell into the ring. 

The equipment at the wrestlers' disposal was seemingly the main culprit as the referee was spotted during the opening contest telling AJ Styles that there was an issue with the ropes. Fightful Select has since reported that WWE aren't concerned about the number of slips on the ropes at Clash at the Castle, with the company just chalking up the situation to the ropes in Scotland and bad luck.

Somehow, Damian Priest managed to avoid serious injury at Clash at the Castle. He was present on Monday Night Raw and the World Heavyweight Champion is scheduled to defend his title at Money in the Bank against Seth Rollins. 

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