Drew McIntyre used to have a different theme song when he debuted on the WWE main roster in 2009. McIntyre ditched “Broken Dreams” when he returned to WWE in 2017. Tonight, he brought back the iconic theme at Clash at the Castle.

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WWE played “Broken Dreams” during McIntyre’s grand entrance ahead of his high-stakes match against Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Clash at the Castle in Cardiff, Wales, tonight. This got quite a pop from the crowd.

Broken Dreams wasn’t actually his entrance but WWE did play it in a little video intro before McIntyre’s usual Scottish Warrior entrance complete with his trusty sword Angela. The fans still loved this nod to McIntyre’s past.

McIntyre intends to defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship “at least every 30 days” if he wins the titles tonight. We’ll have to wait till the final bell to find out.

Did you like Drew McIntyre’s entrance at Clash at the Castle? Sound off in the comments!

Manik Aftab

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