In a surprising turn of events, WWE has replaced Drew McIntyre with Roman Reigns in all promotional material for the upcoming WWE Money in the Bank event in the United Kingdom. Initially, McIntyre was featured as the main attraction for the event, but his absence from recent advertisements has sparked speculation about his future with the company.

McIntyre would have been expected to play a significant role in the UK event. However, his current status remains unclear, as he has not competed since his loss at WrestleMania. The omission of McIntyre from the advertising has fueled discussions surrounding his WWE contract and potential future endeavors.

The updated posters now prominently feature Roman Reigns as the central star of the show. This change suggests that WWE has made a significant shift in their plans and positioning for the event. Additionally, Charlotte Flair has also been removed from initial advertisements due to her current hiatus from the company.

Furthermore, Sami Zayn and Austin Theory have been added to the poster, while Rhea Ripley appears to have taken Becky Lynch’s spot, reflecting her recent rise in popularity.


While it’s important to note that cards are subject to change, and McIntyre could potentially be added to the show at a later date, the current promotional material features Reigns as the focal point, leaving fans to speculate on McIntyre’s involvement in the United Kingdom event.

What are your thoughts on Drew McIntyre’s absence from the promotional material for WWE Money in the Bank in the United Kingdom? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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