WWE Crown Jewel 2021 will feature the power of positivity battle the Scottish Warrior in a mega match. Big E will defend his WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre at the pay-per-view and the WWE Universe will be expecting a lot of action from the match. Though the storyline was not built that brilliantly, WWE is speculated to make the WWE Championship must see.
Big E had won the WWE Money in the Bank ladder match earlier this year which gave him the golden card to cash in on any champion and get an opportunity at the title anytime and anywhere. While many had expected him to cash-in on Universal Champion Roman Reigns, the New Day member successfully cashed-in on WWE Champion Bobby Lashley after his title defense against Randy Orton to get the win. Drew McIntyre, who was barred from challenging Lashley for the title, made it clear that he was coming after Big E for the title.
The two Superstars have often teamed up in recent times which makes the build up to the feud underwhelming. Despite this, it is quite obvious that Big E will be retaining his title, considering his push, and also due to the fact that McIntyre is moving to the Blue brand and making his intentions clear about going for the Universal Championship.
Who will exit WWE Crown Jewel 2021 as the WWE Champion?
The bout between Drew McIntyre and Big E is one of the most predictable bouts on the WWE Crown Jewel 2021 card. Big E has been getting massive push and at the same time Drew McIntyre will be moving to Smackdown after the pay-per-view. Hence, it is quite unlikely that WWE will move both the Championships to the Blue brand. But one thing is for sure – with two of the most entertaining Superstars involved, the WWE Championship match could at Crown Jewel 2021 could steal the show.
Interestingly, as reported by trustworthy sources, McIntyre will be getting massive push on Smackdown and will be going after the Universal Champion which will probably be confirmed on Smackdown after Crown Jewel 2021.
Prediction: Big E def Drew McIntyre to retain the WWE Championship