Drew McIntyre Opens Up About The Ending Of WWE Clash At The Castle 2022

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WWE star Drew McIntyre recently spoke with Inside The Ropes on a number of topics including his thoughts on the ending of his 2022 Clash at the Castle match with then-Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

McIntyre said, “Yeah, I genuinely hated it. It was the biggest moment and match of my life, up until it wasn’t. It was so perfect until it wasn’t. Getting the PLE, finally, after 30 years in the stadium in the UK since SummerSlam ’92, getting the main event fighting Roman when he was at the point where he was just on fire and people were cheering him even though he was the bad guy, and having that in my head like, “It probably be 70:30 me,” because, you know, Bret [Hart] vs. [British] Bulldog, just because how popular Roman is. But hearing the crowd, hearing 100% in my corner, feeling like this is it, this is the night that it should happen. Taking out the whole Bloodline and then Solo appears, the finish happens and just feeling the energy literally drain out the room. Feeling like everyone felt like they got stabbed through the freaking heart it was soul-crushing, and then trying to sing the stupid song with Tyson to try and lift the spirits a bit. People were trying to join in and sing along, but it just wasn’t it. Sometimes even in football matches your team loses and you leave dejected, I should have just left how I felt, p**sed off. We’re going to fix that this Saturday, though.”