Wrestling veteran opens up on Drew McIntyre

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Wrestling veteran opens up on Drew McIntyre

Roman Reigns is having another incredible year, having now established himself as the leader of the WWE. The 'Tribal Chief' defeated Brock Lesnar at both WrestleMania 38 and SummerSlam, bravely repelling his assaults and reaffirming that he is one of the best performers around (if not the best ever).

On September 3, the former Shield member will be called upon to defend himself against the assault of Drew McIntyre. The two will face off at 'Clash at the Castle', the highly anticipated event that will take place in Cardiff.

The audience will all be on the side of the 'Scottish Warrior', as this is the company's first pay-per-view in the UK since SummerSlam 1992. To the microphones of 'The SmackDown LowDown', Jerry 'The King' Lawler has alleged that McIntyre could dethrone Reigns thanks to public support.

Karrion Kross, alongside his wife Scarlett Bordeaux, have made their plans clear about targeting both Drew McIntyre and The Tribal Chief.

Jerry Lawler reflects on Drew McIntyre

"I know that Roman Reigns is a fantastic performer and that it takes a titanic feat to be able to beat him.

He has been dominant for the past couple of years and it is almost impossible to bet against him. However, I am convinced that Drew McIntyre has a chance at Clash at the Castle” - said Lawler. During his career, Drew has won the WWE Championship twice, the Tag Team Championship twice, and the Intercontinental Championship and NXT Championship once each.

Jimmy and Jey Uso have helped their cousin win his matches several times, helping to fuel Bloodline's hegemony. The twins - however - weren't alongside Roman on the latest episode of SmackDown in Canada due to some customs issues.

“The Usos failed to clear customs in Canada. They will also have to go through customs to enter the UK. Without their help, the Tribal Chief would be in danger against McIntyre” - Jerry commented. A few days ago, Stone Cold Steve Austin analyzed Reigns' incredible progression: “It has to be recognized that he has done an amazing job over the past two years.

It took him some time to put all the pieces of the puzzle together, but now he is a force of nature" Drew McIntyre gave an important message to everyone. The 37-year-old performer subtly conveyed that he would soon end The Tribal Chief's record-setting run with the Undisputed WWE Universal Title at the September 3 show. "What is yours…now is mine #Smackdown," tweeted Drew McIntyre.