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Damian Priest suffered a botch in his WWE Clash at the Castle title match with Drew McIntyre.




Drew McIntyre recently officially re-signed with WWE, quashing widespread speculation that he was on the verge of jumping ship to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). The announcement was made in grand fashion by none other than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

For months, fans and insiders alike were abuzz with rumors that McIntyre, whose WWE contract was nearing its end, was being courted by AEW. The Scottish Warrior, known for his brute strength and charismatic presence, had become a hot commodity, with many anticipating his potential move to WWE’s biggest rival.

However, all doubts were laid to rest when The Rock, making a surprise appearance, said McIntyre had re-signed.

The re-signing of McIntyre is a significant win for WWE, especially at a time when competition from AEW has been intensifying. McIntyre, a two-time WWE Champion, has been a cornerstone of WWE’s main roster, delivering memorable matches and feuds that have captivated fans worldwide.

The Rock’s involvement in the announcement adds a layer of star power and significance to the news. As one of WWE’s most iconic figures, The Rock’s endorsement of McIntyre underscores the latter’s importance to the company.

With McIntyre’s future now secure, fans can look forward to more epic battles and storylines featuring the Scottish powerhouse. As WWE continues to navigate the competitive landscape of professional wrestling, retaining top talent like McIntyre is crucial for maintaining its position as the industry leader.

The re-signing also sends a strong message to AEW and other promotions: WWE is committed to keeping its top stars and providing the best entertainment for wrestling fans around the world.

Michael Joseph
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Michael Joseph is the editor and lead reporter of Wrestling Edge. You can send an email to wrestlingedgeofficial @gmail.com.

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