With over 60,000 fans set to descend on the Principality Stadium in Cardiff for WWE Clash At The Castle, there has now been a first look at the full setup.
Being the first stadium show by WWE in the United Kingdom for three decades, there has been a huge amount of hype surrounding the event, and whilst there have been brief glimpses of what the entranceway and set might look like have been revealed over the last few days, there is now a better video of how everything looks on the day.
In a post on Instagram by Finn Balor, you can clearly see the video screens with the dragon fire on which has been used in the imagery for the event, before leading to a WrestleMania length entrance ramp and a circular video wall surrounding the ring.
In recent years WWE has received plenty of criticism for there being no difference between the sets for weekly television programmes Raw and SmackDown, than there is for the setup when it comes to a premium live event. Although it seems to be a fairly simple entranceway, it does give more of a feel of a headline show.
WWE Clash At The Castle is set to be headlined by Drew McIntyre challenging for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against title holder Roman Reigns. You can find all the information you need to about the event here.