According to Former WWE Writer Freddie Prinze Jr., It Would Be “Psychotic” for WWE to Book a 38-year-old Superstar to Win a Major Title at the Upcoming Clash at the Castle Event

Writer Freddie Prinze Jr. (WWE)

This Saturday, WWE’s Clash at the Castle: Scotland is set to ignite Glasgow, Scotland, with multiple championship matches on the card. However, former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr. is adamant that the Intercontinental Championship must remain with its current holder, Sami Zayn.

Zayn will face off against Chad Gable, the leader of Alpha Academy, who has recently become a free agent after his contract expired on June 7, 2024.

Sami Zayn Must Keep Intercontinental Championship, Says Freddie Prinze Jr. (WWE)

On his podcast, Wrestling with Freddie, Prinze Jr. emphatically stated that it would be “psychotic” for WWE to book a championship win for Gable, considering he is no longer under contract.

Under Triple H’s creative direction, Prinze Jr. believes the company would never make such a move, as it would be illogical and potentially harmful to the storyline.

Prinze Jr.’s comments have sparked a heated debate among fans, with some agreeing that it would be unwise to have a non-contracted wrestler hold a championship, while others believe it could lead to an intriguing storyline.

As the wrestling world watches with bated breath, the stage is set for an electrifying event. The tension is palpable, and the outcome of the Intercontinental Championship match is far from certain.

Will Sami Zayn retain his title, or will Chad Gable defy the odds and claim the championship despite his contract status? The anticipation is building, and Clash at the Castle: Scotland promises to be an unforgettable experience.