Seth Rollins walked into tonight’s edition of WrestleMania 40 Sunday with multiple battle wounds, following a physically grueling tag match against The Rock and Roman Reigns on WrestleMania 40 Saturday that left him with possible injuries as it was seen.

Rollins’ decision to fight the war against The Bloodline with Cody Rhodes proved to be his ultimate downfall as Drew McIntyre took advantage of the situation to put down Rollins for good measure and win a world championship in front of a live audience that he had desired for long, beginning the match with a shocking Claymore Kick that almost had Rollins down at the start of the match only.

McIntyre was not at all concerned with Rollins’ other shenanigans, as he had probably envisioned would work in his favor and rightfully did during the entire bout as The Scottish Warrior targeted every broken part of The Visionary to take him out as their other heated rival CM Punk watched from the commentary booth.

The match was nothing short of a spectacular showdown between two of the biggest stars on Monday Night RAW looking to make a mark at WrestleMania 40 after hard-hitting moves, high-risk maneuvers, and multiple near falls that went all over ringside. As the conclusion drew near, McIntyre hit Seth Rollins with two consecutive Claymore Kicks and pinned Rollins for the three count to become the new champion.


The match sight ended with Drew celebrating his new title, showing it to his wife, and trash-talking with CM Punk who had enough and began assaulting McIntyre, laying him to waste.

At that moment, Damian Priestt ran to the ring and cashed his Money in the Bank contract on a beaten Drew, planting him with a chokeslam and winning his first-ever World championship, stealing Drew’s destiny right from underneath him.

What are your thoughts on Drew McIntyre winning the World Heavyweight Championship and losing it immediately to Damien Priest? Was getting into an altercation with CM Punk a huge mistake he will regret? Sound off in the comments!

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