Drew McIntyre reveals who he'd like to face at WrestleMania 38

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Drew McIntyre reveals who he'd like to face at WrestleMania 38

In a recent interview with colleagues at BT Sport, The Scottish Psychopath Drew McIntyre revealed that he would love to challenge Sheamus in the upcoming WrestleMania 38 show, an event to be held in Texas, to be exact in Arlington.

The two have a long history behind them, this year McIntyre beat Sheamus last March 1st in the episode of Monday Night Raw and things repeated themselves in Fastlane where The Celtic Warrior was defeated again. Drew McIntyre has agreed that their rivalry is worthy of an event like Wrestlemania and that he would like to challenge his friend-rival.

Drew McIntyre is currently involved in a rivalry with Jinder Mahal

Speaking of this possible feud, Drew McIntyre said: "If you see the pre-match of the Fastlane challenge you immediately realize that that match was worthy of Wrestlemania.

Already for the story we have, the real story, I can say that it is a feasible hypothesis. Challenging us with the fans would be another thing and surely next year's WrestleMania 38 would be fantastic." Currently, Drew is engaged in a feud that sees him as the protagonist together with Jinder Mahal and the two will compete in a few days in that of SummerSlam.

In that same show, Sheamus will also be the protagonist and will defend the title of United States Champion against former NXT Damian Priest. During the night Drew McIntyre was the protagonist of a beautiful victory and on Monday Night Raw he beat Mahal's two 'henchmen' in a Handicap Match, namely Veer and Shanky and now these two nominees can be present at ringside in the Pay Per match.

View by SummerSlam. Speaking of Jinder Mahal and criticism of his reign, Drew McIntyre said: "I think a lot of the problems and criticisms from fans came because Jinder's title win came out of nowhere. To get to that point, WWE didn't do any construction and didn't tell the story."

Drew McIntyre has lost all four of his televised singles matches against Roman Reigns, including at WrestleMania 35 and WWE Survivor Series 2020. With McIntyre and Reigns currently on opposing brands, Ricardo Rodriguez thinks WWE might have deliberately separated the two men to build toward another one-on-one match.

Moving forward, Roman Reigns is set to defend his Universal Championship against John Cena at WWE SummerSlam on August 21. Drew McIntyre is currently involved in a rivalry with Jinder Mahal on WWE RAW. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, The Rock and Austin cemented their legacies as two of the greatest stars in WWE history.

Two decades on, McIntyre and Reigns are arguably the top full-time singles stars on RAW and SmackDown, respectively.