“Most dominant faction of all time,” Drew McIntyre desists admiring Roman Reigns after taking constant backup from his cousins

“Most dominant faction of all time,” Drew McIntyre desists admiring Roman Reigns after taking constant backup from his cousins

Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns (Image Credits: WWE)

SmackDown has two tremendous athletes in Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. Both men being among the top-tier stars are benchmarks for the ones stepping into the industry. But the rivalry between them cannot be written down from history. 


McIntyre and Reigns had the whole world engaged in a stupendous battle at Clash at the Castle. On WWE’s UK return, both men gave a treat to the world, ending things on the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion’s side. With a high-note end, their singles rivalry was given a break but not an end. 

Both men locked horns again at Survivor Series, but this time for their respective teams. In absolute carnage, Roman Reigns led the Bloodline to victory after a shocking betrayal by Sami Zayn of his long-time friend, Kevin Owens. 

In a recent interview with CricketNext, the Scottish Warrior claimed that he was a fan of Reigns at one point in time. But that wasn’t the case now. Reigns lost McIntyre’s respect after the Tribal Chief took help from Solo Sikoa at Clash at the Castle. The former WWE Champion added: 


“Roman is somebody I used to respect so much as a man, as a performer, as a workhorse. He’s incredible in the ring, but he’s not the workhorse he once was. It’s been a very long time since someone else has had those titles and quite frankly, now I realize, after Clash at The Castle, where he introduced Solo Sikoa to make sure I didn’t beat Roman, I’m probably gonna have to look at forming an army of my own because right now they’re probably the most dominant faction of all time.”

Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre are not near to coming back in the ring together. But with fast-changing plans, anything can be expected. McIntyre may look over to bring a cavalry of his own before stepping in the ring with the Tribal Chief again.

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WWE has some unexpected plans for Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39

Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 38 (Image Credits: WWE)

After some shocking rumors, the initial plans of Kevin Owens facing Roman Reigns at Royal Rumble 2023 might not be in the cards anymore. Instead, Sheamus and Reigns may lock horns again at the first stop on the Road to WrestleMania. 


With some more reports coming out, WWE potentially plans to bring two big matches to the Tribal Chief at WrestleMania 39. Plans have reportedly been pitched for Reigns to drop both his titles at the 39th edition of the Grandest Stage of them All. 

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With a lot of questions in mind, fans have started to wonder about the two men who could be the perfect choice to end the historic reign. With rumors of the Rock’s return roaming around for months, the Road to WrestleMania 39 seems very exciting. 

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