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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Fletch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31/May/2018 at 11:40
Drew is heading for big things, this partnership with Ziggler is designed in the same way they did HBK and Diesel back in the day when Diesel initially the bodyguard eventually started to move above Shawn in status leading to a face turn and feud with HBK where Diesel went over. I expect Dolph and Drew to play out much the same way. I hope they do a slow burn though and don’t rush things and the eventual match between the two should be treated as a big deal and happen at a major show.
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Quote Dean Ambrose vs. Drew McIntyre: Ambrose starts things fired up off the opening bell and takes the fight to Drew. Ambrose starts working over Drew's knee and he slams his leg around the ring post. Drew starts to try to kick Ambrose away, but Ambrose slams his leg against the ring apron now. Back in the ring, Drew turns things around with some big shots and he starts working over Dean's shoulder now. Dean dodges a shot and rolls up Drew for a two count, then he nails Drew with a right hand to the face. Dean and Drew trade blows to the face now, and then Ambrose throws Drew down by the hair. They fight up to the top rope, where Ambrose punches Drew down until he's hanging in the tree of woe. Drew sits up and throws Dean down, but Drew is still selling his knee. They scramble on the mat and Dean locks in a Texas Cloverleaf, but Drew is able to reach the ropes. Drew stuns Dean with a shot to the throat, but Dean comes back with a knee to the face that knocks McIntyre out to ringside. Dean follows up with a suicide dive and both men are down. Ambrose gets up and comes flying off the turnbuckle down towards Drew outside, but Drew dodges him and throws him into the fan barricade. Drew rolls back in the ring as the ref counts, and Dean gets back in the ring at the ref's 9 count. Dean immediately walks into a big claymore kick from McIntyre, and McIntyre covers for the three count.

Winner: Drew McIntyre
- Drew takes his RAW Tag Title belt and heads to the back as Dean recovers in the ring.
 
Another clean Drew win against a popular, pushed babyface. He's got friends in management that's for sure.
 
He's going straight to the very top. Scotland sadly look closer than England at having the first ever major championship held by someone from the UK.
 
I can see him quietly moved away from Dolph in the coming months, as he's already outgrowing him.
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He's going straight to the very top. Scotland sadly look closer than England at having the first ever major championship held by someone from the UK


What's wrong with that? We gotta have something and apart from rugby and pushing stones on ice we are pretty piss poor at sport so let us have a national hero that wins something lol

He has the look the charisma and the fans love him so fair play to the lad.
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Drew has everything, the look, the size, charisma, promo skills and of course the ring skills.

I can see him being the top guy in the company eventually, I just hope they don’t rush a babyface turn as I think he’s really effective as a dark heel who is dominant in his matches. If he does turn face they should let it happen organically wait until the fan reaction is so positive towards him it can’t be ignored.
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If I were to build a WWE champion from the ground up, Drew McIntyre is just about exactly what I would come up with (Razor Ramon back in the day was another such guy with the same kind of look).

I think I would wait to give McIntyre the title until after a face turn though. The problem is, that while he's getting pushed, he's really not that over. Not like Strowman, AJ Styles, or Daniel Bryan at least.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

If I were to build a WWE champion from the ground up, Drew McIntyre is just about exactly what I would come up with (Razor Ramon back in the day was another such guy with the same kind of look).

I think I would wait to give McIntyre the title until after a face turn though. The problem is, that while he's getting pushed, he's really not that over. Not like Strowman, AJ Styles, or Daniel Bryan at least.


Yeah and this is why I really hope they don’t rush things with him by turning babyface before he’s ready or pushing him into top feuds straight away. He’s getting reactions but it’s partly by association with guys like Ziggler, Ambrose and Rollins who are all really over, the jury is still out on how over McIntyre is by himself.
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Quote The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre: The opening bell sounds for our main event, and Ziggler starts off strong against Ambrose. Rollins tags in and they double team Ziggler. As Ambrose goes to step out of the ring, Ziggler kicks Rollins into Ambrose, and then Ambrose and Rollins get in each others' faces. Reigns tags himself in and attempts to diffuse the fight between his teammates, then Ziggler dropkicks them all in to each other. McIntyre tags in now and Reigns starts to fight back with right hands, but Drew shuts him down with a spinebuster. Drew works over Reigns in the corner, then Braun tags himself in and yells at his teammates a little. Reigns fights back and looks for a Samoan Drop on Braun, but can't get him up. Reigns goes for it again and hits it. The aprons clear and all hell breaks loose in the ring now. It's down to Ambrose and McIntyre. Ambrose hits the Dirty Deeds and pins, but Ziggler then shoves Rollins on top of them to break up the pin. Ambrose and Rollins have a shoving match again and Ambrose goes to DDT Rollins, but Rollins escapes, and Ziggler and McIntyre drop them. Ziggler and McIntyre go to double team Ambrose, but Reigns breaks it up. Braun comes in but misses a spear and he hits the ring post. Drew looks for the Claymore kick on Reigns, but Reigns moves and Drew accidentally kicks Strowman. Reigns comes back with a spear and Drew is down. Ziggler comes in and looks for the Zig Zag on Reigns, but Reigns blocks it. Ambrose and Rollins come in, and The Shield hits the triple powerbomb on Ziggler for the three count.

Winners: The Shield

- After the match, Braun grabs Ziggler by the hair and reminds him what he told him earlier tonight: If you mess up you're gonna get these hands. Braun hits the running powerslam on Ziggler. Braun gets back up, and Drew immediately hits the Claymore kick on Braun and drops him. Drew leaves the ring and looks back at the bodies laying in the ring. Braun gets up and yells at Drew as RAW goes off the air.

I suspect next week he will be back on the same page, but Raw was without doubt a taster for a future babyface turn.
 
When he's a crowd favourite he's going to be one of the most popular guys in the company like when he debuted in Impact Wrestling.
 
Being brave enough to attack Strowman and leaving his heel mate Ziggles on his back not helping him, aren't heel ways.
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