New details on Drew McIntyre's future



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New details on Drew McIntyre's future

During the first Italian evening of last September 3, WWE broadcast on its Network and on Peacock Tv in America, its latest ppv, called Clash at the Castle. After precisely 30 years, WWE has returned to broadcast from UK soil a paid ppv for its fans, with the airing time that was in fact different than the usual ppv of the company, having Europe a completely different time zone than in the USA.

The most anticipated match of this ppv, was obviously the one valid for the two world titles still alongside the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns, with the Smackdown Head of the Table which has recently reached two years as a Universal champion and exceeded abundantly 100 days also as WWE champion, after the Wrestlemania victory against Brock Lesnar.

In this ppv, Reigns was expected in a no-holds-barred battle against home idol, Drew McIntyre, who came close to victory substantially, but with an attack that came at the hands of yet another member of the Anoa family. 'i, which did not allow the Scotsman to win, despite having just scored his Claymore.

We are talking about the debut Solo Sikoa.

Drew McIntyre opens up on Clash at the Castle

In his latest interview, former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre currently feuding with Karrion Kross, wanted to tell what one of his first thoughts was after losing to Roman Reigns, with Drew McIntyre obviously being the idol of the house and with the I publish totally on his side and not on Reigns's.

Speaking to the microphones of My San Antonio, Drew said: "But they (the fans) were 100% for me and against Roman and the atmosphere was great. I also asked Roman after the match - why he was several times more part of these matches than me with a great audience - if he ever heard such a thing and he said 'No'

It takes a long time to be affected by such an involved audience and they were especially so with our match. It felt like a soccer World Cup match because of the way they cheered - the way they sang their songs and yelled 'F-U Roman' all the time.

And they weren't happy with the ending at all. I was worried in general that it might blow up. a fight" The former WWE Champion spoke about the incident in an interview with My San Antonio. "It is frustrating when it is something that should be ready to go on a live television show.

But at the same time, it is a live television show, and it is not my first day. So, I know things don’t always go like they are supposed to go."