It will be a special night for Drew McIntyre on Saturday as he main event’s the biggest WWE UK show for thirty years at Clash at the Castle.
The Scottish Warrior will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, as he looks to end Reigns’ two-year run as world champion in WWE.
With McIntyre looking to make the most of the historic moment in Cardiff, he’s taken to social media to tease a possible change to his entrance for the night.
Ever since his return to the main roster fans have clamoured for WWE to bring back Drew’s original entrance theme ‘Broken Dreams’ as it’s considered to be one of the most popular WWE tunes of all time.
Well, the 37-year-old has hinted we may see a return of the theme at Clash at the Castle after dropping some not-so-subtle hints across his social media accounts.
First, he shared a photo of the event on his Instagram account with the song playing in the background and now has once again dropped a massive indication that it’s making a comeback.
Showing a video of him working out on Twitter with the song playing over the footage, and the caption ‘perhaps the end is drawing near? While using the #WWECastle.
Perhaps the end is drawing near?#WWECastle pic.twitter.com/JpjVzonSyN
— Drew McIntyre (@DMcIntyreWWE) August 31, 2022
If the opening bars of Broken Dreams does hit at the Principality Stadium on Saturday, it will create a magical moment for McIntyre and the historic show.
McIntyre has already arrived in the Welsh capital and has been a busy man. He was on hand to unveil a mural of the event in the city centre and was then later presented with a Clash of the Castle jumper made by the Cardiff knitting group Twin Made.