WWE provides update on Drew McIntyre's future



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WWE provides update on Drew McIntyre's future

As often happens, WWE has announced various matches and various segments and among the latter, we find the one that will involve Drew McIntyre, current WWE champion. The segment will consist of an interview and the federation has not added any other details about it, but the champion will immediately want to make things clear after his defeat against Roman Reigns in that of the Survivor Series.

Probably the topic of his interview will concern not only his feelings after the defeat against the SmackDown champion but also the three-way match that tonight will allow us to meet his next challenger for the WWE title, which will involve AJ Styles, Riddle and Keith Lee.

As announced earlier, this isn't the only segment announced. In fact, we'll also find Randy Orton attending "A Moment Of Bliss" and the match between Jeff Hardy and Elias, who will compete in a Symphony of Destruction Match.

Update on Drew McIntyre

Drew McIntyre has been very busy in recent months and has been involved in some very important rivalries such as those with Seth Rollins, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns. After losing his title in Hell In A Cell against the Legend Killer, he regained it after 22 days to challenge Roman Reigns in one of the most promising matches of the Survivor Series night, which they did not disappoint.

In recent months, the Scot has not only increased his status for the great performances in the ring but also and above all for the relationship he has been good at creating with the public, who adore him more and more, confirming him as one of the Top Faces.

of the federation. McIntyre faced one of the three participants in the Triple Threat that aired on Monday, but he will certainly be aware of the fact that whatever the result will be, he will be able to count on an excellent performer in the ring.

WWE has just announced the McIntyre interview for Friday's show, but no details were provided. This will be Drew McIntyre's first appearance since winning the WWE Title from Randy Orton on November 16, and his first appearance since losing the non-title match to WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 22. He did not appear last Monday.