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Drew McIntyre Confirms The Return Of “Broken Dreams”?

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• Drew McIntyre Confirms The Return Of “Broken Dreams”?

In the main event of the WWE Clash At The Castle 2022 premium live event in the UK this Saturday, Drew McIntyre will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

This will be a big night for McIntyre, as he looks to end Roman’s historic 2-year reign as champion and finally have his big World Title win moment in front of the fans (as fans weren’t in attendance for his 2 WWE Title wins in 2020).

McIntyre has noted in the past that he wants to bring his old “Broken Dreams” entrance theme song back.

He has been teasing the return of this song by posting lyrics from this song to promote his match against Reigns.

He did it once again, and this time even played the song in the video where he was seen training for this big match.

You can watch it below:

While there has been no official confirmation, it’s safe to say that Triple H will allow Drew to use his epic old theme song again this Saturday.

WWE has also released the moving graphics video for Reigns vs. McIntyre:

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• ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (August 31, 1983) – Terry Funk’s First Ever Retirement

On this day in 1983, we witnessed the very first time when Old School Wrestling Legend Terry Funk “retired”.

It happened during an AJPW All Japan Pro Wrestling special event in Tokyo, Japan.

As many times as he retired since that day – we lost count of it a long time ago – he was always good for coming out of retirement for “one more run”.

Terry Funk, who’s widely considered one of the greatest promo guys in the history of the business, eventually did retire for real 32 years later in 2015, however with him you never know, so ‘NEVER SAY NEVER’!

        
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