WWE and Daily Star team up for exclusive WWE Clash at the Castle pre sale code

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British fans of wrestling spent this morning (Wednesday, May 18) in a virtual pre-sale queue attempting to secure the best tickets for the company's first UK stadium show in more than 30 years.

And while many were left empty-handed due to the sheer demand for the Clash at the Castle show, which saw more than 125,000 sign up for the pre-sale, the Daily Star has you covered.

Thanks to another exclusive pre-sale happening tomorrow (Thursday, May 19) at midday, you can have another crack at buying the elusive tickets.

And all you need to do to unlock the Ticketmaster pre-sale is by using our exclusive code WWESTAR.

Only a limited number of tickets will be to buy through that code, so make sure you're online from around 11am when the official queue opens up.

And to buy them using the code, you must click here.

And if WWE's show wasn't enough, both Progress Wrestling and TNT Extreme Wrestling will be holding shows on Sunday, September 4, at Cardiff's Tramshed, too – both will be featuring some of British wrestling's top talent, along with some surprises, too.

The WWE extravaganza takes place on Saturday, September 3 at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, with interest already at phenomenal levels.

Even with precious few details nailed down about the blockbuster itself, fans have registered interest in huge numbers – shattering records in the process.

The pre-sale interest marked a new company record for any events, including WrestleMania.

The reaction to the announcement that WWE will be hosting a stadium show on these shores after a break of three decades suggest a sell-out crowd at the Principality Stadium is almost certain.

“Principality Stadium is the perfect place for a major event, hosting our amazing fans from Wales, throughout all of Europe, and around the world,” said John Porco, WWE Senior Vice President, Live Events when the event was first announced.

“The weekend will be filled with a variety of WWE experiences that we believe will leave a lasting memory, on par with SummerSlam at Wembley Stadium in 1992.”

Former WWE Champion and Brit Drew McIntyre, who has long championed to have a major event in the UK, couldn’t hide his delight at the initial announcement.

He Tweeted: “Two years ago I became WWE Champion and made it my mission to bring a major show to the UK… WE DID IT!!!”

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