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Ric Flair Explains Why Drew McIntyre Losing In Cardiff Was The Right Decision

Ric Aptitude has given his ideas on Drew McIntyre’s loss at Conflict on the Citadel and why that is perhaps finest for enterprise transferring ahead.

Followers and stars alike have been shocked when Drew McIntyre didn’t go away Clash at the Castle victorious. The Scottish Warrior appeared destined to triumph in entrance of his house crowd in the UK however it was Roman Reigns who picked up the win because of a bit assist from the latest member of The Bloodline, Solo Sikoa.

One man who believes it was the correct resolution for Romain Reigns to retain the Undisputed WWE Common Championship is Ric Aptitude. Although Aptitude doesn’t assume McIntyre is undeserving of the title, the WWE Corridor of Famer is in favour of The Tribal Chief remaining on prime.

On the newest version of his To Be The Man podcast, Ric Aptitude was requested by co-host and son-in-law Conrad Thompson if he was shocked that Drew didn’t get his hand raised in Cardiff :

“It’s not that Drew didn’t should win however when you’re gonna get ultimately if that’s the plan, which all of us hope it’s and I’m positive the corporate hopes it’s. I’m assuming the corporate, by no means hope or assume something, but when the plan is The Rock and Roman I simply assume the phrases ‘Heavyweight Championship’ are essential in that match.”

Rumours of The Rock coming back for one more match to face Reigns have circulated for a number of years and with WrestleMania 39 being marketed as ‘WrestleMania Hollywood’, followers have begun to imagine it’s now or by no means.

“And I feel taking the belt off Roman and taking nothing away from Drew, Drew may very simply carry it and be a very good champion as effectively. However the large match for the corporate, possibly one of many greatest of all time, clearly is Rock, if he elects to try this and Roman. So the best way they did it didn’t damage Drew in any respect. And Drew, you understand, he’s all the time gonna be nice.”

WWE Conflict on the Citadel in Cardiff marked the WWE’s first stadium present within the UK in over 30 years since Summerslam 1992 occurred at Wembley.

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