After almost a year and a half of anticipation, Drew McIntyre finally gets a chance to right his wrongs and leave Clash at the Castle with a world title belt around his waist, this time the WWE World Heavyweight Championship currently held by the leader of the Judgment Day, Damian Priest.

Secure the win, and it will not just be the crowning acheivement of his WWE career but right up there with the very best moments in Scottish wrestling history period, as it will mark the first time ever one of the country's native sons secured a top title in WWE on his native soil.

No pressure, right?

While watching McIntyre wrestle in front of his home crowd is a major reason for fans to tune into the event, this is far from a one-match show, with plenty of Scottish representation and five title matches on the line, with the potential for at least one belt to change at the bare minimum.

So, without further ado, let's look at the show and see what kind of bold booking calls WWE could pull out of its bag of tricks to give fans an early morning show.

5. Bayley retains over Piper Niven.

If WWE wanted to really to do something crazy at Clash at the Castle, they could have Piper Niven, a Scottish wrestling legend on the UK indie scene, defeat Bayley in her home country, giving the Four Horsewoman a reason to redeem herself and fight extra hard to qualify at Money in the Bank.

Unfortunately, that probably isn't going to happen, as Bayley is simply too popular, and WWE hasn't put in enough work to make Niven into a viable challenger for her strap, even if, in theory, she could be. Unless Paul “Triple H” Levesque and company really want to throw fans a curveball and establish Niven as a new SmackDown roster member – which doesn't make too much sense since Nia Jax is also on the roster – this feels like an easy win for the “Role Model.”

4. Sami Zayn retains his Intercontinental Championship.

Outside of the main event, no title on the Clash at the Castle card feels like it's more vulnerable than Sami Zayn's Intercontinental Championship, with fans outright assuming that Chad Gable used his contract status as leverage to win the belt in a match against Sami Zayn.

Could WWE go in that direction? Yes, and frankly, they probably will, but what if they don't? What if, instead of going with the obvious, they have Zayn retain because Otis refuses to do the job and help out his “Master?” That could certainly take the feud in a different direction and lead to months of interesting storylines, even if, technically, WWE could get there regardless of the outcome of the match.

Ultimately, Zayn and Gable will continue to feud once this match ends, especially if Otis and the rest of Alpha Academy join Zayn and the Creed Brothers take their place under the “master;” how they get there will be incredibly interesting indeed.

3. Cody Rhodes makes AJ Styles say “I Quit” at Clash at the Castle.

Normally, when WWE Champion Cody Rhodes is on a WWE Premium Live Event, he's going to headline the show, as despite theoretically being on the same level as Damian Priest and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the belts have been treated very differently by the promotion.

At Clash at the Castle, however, Rhodes' spot on the card is far more up in the air, as it's hard to imagine a world where he goes on after Drew McIntyre, and thus, the potential is there for some interesting cookery if WWE wants to lean into it.

Unfortunately, after ending a top-5 all-time title reign at WrestleMania, it's hard to imagine Rhodes' reign lasting less than three months, so no matter what trickery Styles pulls out of his bag of tricks, Rhodes will likely leave the promotion with another W on his resume, leading to a predictable pop on a match may not ultimately get either man any more over in the end.

2. Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill retain the Women's Titles.

Much like Bayley's match on the card, Bianca Belair and Jade Cargill are wrestling two Scottish wrestlers in The Unholy Union, Alba Fire and Isla Dawn, and have the added challenge of the team of Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark also working the match, leading to some very interesting opportunities for something tricky to happen if WWE wants to shake up the team heading into the future.

Unfortunately, that probably won't happen, as WWE has booked Belair and Cargill into a corner where they are simply too overpowered to be defeated by, well, pretty much any tag team on the roster right now, or even two tag teams at the same time, as is the case with this particular match. No, until WWE wants to pull the plug on this unit, it would appear they are going to win a lot of matches until they implode, instead of any 50-50 booking that generates incremental growth and produces meaningful rivalries.

1. Drew McIntyre leaves Clash at the Castle a WWE Champion.

Drew McIntyre wins the WWE World Heavyweight Championship over Damian Priest, and the WWE crowd sings him out to the tune of American Pie: The End.

… okay, while much more could be said on the subject, about how a faction like Gallus could come out and even the odds against the Judgment Day, or some other interesting development to add even more fuel to this storyline, in the end, McIntyre is going to hold the belt over his head and have his big moment in front of over 10,000 of his Scottish friends, family, and countrymen; what could be better than that?