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Drew McIntyre Still Wants A Match Against WWE Legend

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• Drew McIntyre Still Wants A Match Against WWE Legend

For quite a while, former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre has wanted to wrestle WWE Legend John Cena, and has actually sort of challenged him on social media before.

The Scottish Warrior was recently interviewed by ‘ODE – On Demand Entertainment’, where he repeated his challenge by saying he wants to wrestle Cena in the near future.

Here’s what Drew had to say about a possible match against Cena:

“100% I hope it does happen. I’ve been around John since I was 22 years old. I just turned 36 last week and we’ve never had a significant singles match. We’ve actually never had any singles match, which blows my mind. We’ve been in tag matches together, multi-man matches together, but never had a singles match.”

John Cena is already heavily rumored to return for a match against Roman Reigns at this year’s annual SummerSlam PPV.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 25, 2006) – WWE Vengeance 2006

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 25, 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment aired “WWE Vengeance 2006” LIVE on PPV from the Charlotte Bobcats Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The official theme song music of this pay-per-view was the song “Victim” by the band Eighteen Visions.

Here are the results from that night:

– Randy Orton defeated Kurt Angle

– Umaga defeated Eugene

– 2-Out-Of-3 Falls: Ric Flair defeated Mick Foley

– Triple Threat – WWE Intercontinental Championship: Johnny Nitro defeated Shelton Benjamin (c) and Carlito

– WWE Championship: Rob Van Dam (c) defeated Edge

– Imposter Kane defeated Kane

– Extreme Rules Lumberjack: John Cena defeated Sabu

– D-Generation X defeated The Spirit Squad

        
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