Drew McIntyre is currently one of the top Superstars in WWE, and he has a ton of passion for the pro wrestling industry. McIntyre honed his craft in numerous companies after his first stint in WWE failed. McIntyre also thinks WWE should have a champion on each show.
Roman Reign became the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion after beating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38. Since then he has been the champion for both shows.
While speaking to Joseph Staszewski of the New York Post, Drew McIntyre was asked about having one champion for two brands. McIntyre stated that he thinks WWE should have a champion on each show.
“If we’ve got separate rosters, I kind of prefer the idea of a champion for each show. At the same time, we just had WrestleMania and we needed a huge match. Brock had one title, Roman had the other title. It made for a very interesting … I don’t want to use the word stupendous, but it made for a very, very big match and now we are kind of with in the fall out of that huge match, that huge WrestleMania and we’ll see what happens. I kind of like the idea of a champion representing each brand. We have those separate brands, so somebody has to take down Roman at least for one of those titles.’
McIntyre is set to team with RK-Bro and square off against The Bloodline at WrestleMania Backlash this week. We’ll have to see who will win the match in the end.
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