Drew McIntyre teases WWE fans

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Drew McIntyre teases WWE fans

Clash at the Castle is a few weeks away, an event that will mark the return of WWE to a UK stadium after more than 30 years (the last event, in chronological order, was SummerSlam 92). The attention of fans is all focused on the main event that will see Drew McIntyre face Roman Reigns for the Undisputed Universal Championship.

Despite being Scottish, Drew will have all the Wales crowd, and beyond, on his side. The former champion wanted to tease his fans on social networks by posting a message with simple words: "Out of time, so say goodbye", lyrics of his historic theme song "Broken Dreams"

Since his return to WWE in 2017, fans have been clamoring for him to use it again, but until now there has been nothing to be done. Now, however, fans are convinced that he can bring her back to make her triumphant return to Clash at the Castle.

Backstage news on Drew McIntyre

In the past, Drew McIntyre said, "They've been asking me for years. We still have the rights to the song, we can use it. But I think there must be a very special occasion to bring it back.

And when that happens, I want all the fans to sing it with me. "Despite Karrion Kross's shocking return to WWE, who attacked the Scotsman and threatened Roman Reigns, the former NXT Champion shouldn't be added to the Clash main event.

of the Castle. Meanwhile, Drew has also revealed that he is working on a special documentary with BT Sport in which his wife will also appear. We just have to wait for Saturday 3 September, live from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, to find out if Drew will really be the chosen one to interrupt Reigns' reign.

The "Tribal Chief", among other things, should also skip Extreme Rules, WWE's next Premium Live Event scheduled for October: titled management that is not at all pleasing to fans, and perhaps even to USA Network who would like a champion on a permanent basis in Raw.

Noam Dar spoke about Drew McIntyre's current run in WWE and said he could win the match against Roman Reigns. "I feel like in the past several years Drew McIntyre has you know, been on the top of the company, especially during the lockdown.

Done an amazing job as champion and really helped in WWE through that period. I think he is in his prime right now."