WWE Clash At The Castle was a success as fans in the UK were excited to be a part of the event. The show saw Roman Reigns retain his WWE Universal Championship against Drew McIntyre due to an assist from Solo Sikoa. After that match was over, they kept the feed running for a sing-along.
According to Freddie Prinze Jr., WWE forgot to cut the feed after Drew’s loss to The Tribal Chief. Fans saw Tyson Fury come to the ring and then have a face off with the champion before singing American Pie with The Scottish Psychopath.
The actor and former WWE writer commented on his Spotify Podcast Wrestling With Freddie. He said that the Cardiff sing-along was not a part of the plan, but it happened due to miscommunication as they forgot to say cut.
The end of the match was weird because they forgot to say cut.
I know this for a fact — I asked a couple of people. They left the feed running and all of a sudden Drew McIntyre was feeling good, Tyson Fury came out to the ring, and they sang ‘Sweet Caroline’ after a loss. It was so weird.
Prinze’s co-host Jeff Dye felt the same way and said the ending sounded like some house show. It didn’t suit the situation, as Drew had just lost his match. This is not the first time that Tyson Fury has got into singing mode after a match, though.
It felt like some weird house show. It was so corny and so stupid. And it made Fury and McIntyre look weird and unusual after a big loss like that.
Tyson Fury performed this song in April at Wembley Stadium when he won his match in the sixth round TKO of Dillian Whyte. It looks like Tyson Fury loves this McLean version of American Pie a lot.
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