WWE wants to promote its Superstars in the best way possible, and that includes publicizing their accomplishments. A former world champion was working on a hot streak, but that ended abruptly on Saturday night.
WWE live events often bring unexpected developments, and the recent one in Johnson City, Tennessee, was no exception, as the champion’s impressive undefeated streak came to an end. This comes as Drew McIntyre has a rematch with Seth Rollins.
The wrestler in question is Drew McIntyre, who returns to action on Saturday’s house show after his departure from RAW earlier in the week. The Scottish fighter fought Seth Rollins in a rematch for the World Heavyweight Championship at the Crown Jewel Premium live event, but was unable to regain the title.
This loss marked McIntyre’s first loss in a singles match at a non-live, non-televised event in 490 days, with his previous loss dating back to July 9, 2022, when he lost to Roman Reigns. . Of course, McIntyre has been missing from television, the most recent example being the WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on November 4.
Drew McIntyre may soon change to WWE
Recently, Drew McIntyre showed a different side of his character, talking to Rhea Ripley backstage. Following his loss to Seth Rollins at Crown Jewel, Mami faced him again, fueling speculation that he might join the heel team in the near future.
She is the devil that turns you to darkness 👿👿👿
Rhea will use Drew McIntyre's Broken Dreams of becoming World Champion and make him join Team Judgment Day in WAR GAMES 🔥🔥🔥#RheaRipley #DrewMcIntyre pic.twitter.com/JPQISDa3Xc
— 𓃶 ROWDY&EST‼️ (@binron11) November 10, 2023
As Survivor Series approaches, rumors are circulating that The Scottish Warrior will be the fifth member of The Judgment Day and JD McDonagh’s team in the WarGames match. There is also speculation about the return of Randy Orton to align with Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Seth Rollins and Sami Zayn.