The last few years have been rough for Drew McIntyre. There’s no denying that he’s managed to achieve success, but his success has often been short lived. Back in 2022, Drew McIntyre challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Clash at the Castle, but he lost the match after Solo Sikoa interfered and helped Roman Reigns retain.

After the match Tyson Fury got in the ring and helped Drew McIntyre up as the fans cheered. Fury and McIntyre then sang “American Pie” and Drew followed up by singing “Don’t Look Back In Anger” with the fans. Drew McIntyre recently spoke to Cultaholic about the events that took place after the main event at Clash at the Castle in 2022, and he called it the worst moment of his life.

“I was so happy getting Clash in Wales and doing the first [UK] stadium show since SummerSlam ’92, getting to main event. [I] obviously wasn’t happy getting screwed and the worst moment of my life, singing that stupid song afterwards.”

“But I’m very happy that you persevered, you believed [that] you keep working and you might just get a redo. It’s not just a redo, it couldn’t be any more perfect, it’s literally in Glasgow. Where I went to [University] for four years. 30 minutes from here is where I grew up. We’ve gotta make it right this time. Because me, my family, the UK can’t take another shot through the heart like what happened last time.”

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