Pat McAfee Steals Top TNA Star’s Catchphrase On WWE Raw

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Less than a week before Clash at the Castle in Scotland, WWE Raw saw one major TNA name referenced with many wondering if they could make a shock appearance at the PLE.

The current relationship between WWE and TNA has seen Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace challenge Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women’s Title at Battleground. Grace was unsuccessful in her pursuit but her match also saw another TNA star get involved as they returned to WWE for the first time since their 2023 firing.

With that going on in the background, WWE is hurtling towards Clash at the Castle in Glasgow, Scotland on June 15th. That PLE will have a uniquely Caledonian theme as four Scottish WWE stars go after gold on the show.

Drew McIntyre will challenge Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Title on the show with a big stipulation being made for that championship encounter on Monday Night Raw.

Bayley will put her WWE Women’s Championship on the line against Piper Niven at Clash at the Castle. Niven made her name in her native Scotland as Viper before joining WWE and is sure to have the crowd behind her.

The show will also see Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn challenge for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship in a Triple Threat match against Zoey Stark & Shayna Baszler and champions Jade Cargill & Bianca Belair. But could there be another Scottish twist to come and could it include TNA?

Pat McAfee Believes In Joe Hendry

On Raw in Toledo, Drew McIntyre was confronted by Damian Priest and while the Scottish Warrior was waiting for him, Pat McAfee channelled TNA’s Scottish star Joe Hendry by using his catchphrase “Say his name and he appears.”

Pat McAfee also had to fill in another role on the show after Ricochet was taken away in an ambulance after being decimated by Bron Breakker in what was likely his last appearance for the company.

This could well be a coincidence but with Clash at the Castle taking place in Scotland and WWE having a relationship with TNA, many are now wondering if Joe Hendry might make things better by turning up in Glasgow.