Drew McIntyre Explains Why It Was Important To Use 'Broken Dreams' At WWE Clash At The Castle
A big moment for Drew McIntyre at Clash At The Castle
Fans have clamoured for Drew McIntyre's old entrance music 'Broken Dreams' to return for the past several years and it was finally used at Clash At The Castle ahead of The Scottish Warrior's main event match with Roman Reigns.
McIntyre still made his way to the ring using his usual theme song but a video package to 'Broken Dreams' played ahead of the match which showcased Drew's WWE career.
Speaking after Clash At The Castle to BT Sport, McIntyre explained why it was important for him to use 'Broken Dreams' at the pay-per-view.
"I've been pushing it for a very long time. I didn't think they'd finally bite, but I had a conversation with Hunter (Triple H) and Kevin Dunn. You know, I tried to explain that I think this is the time with the crowd we are going to have. This is a knowledgeable crowd. They know my history," McIntyre said.
"It is very much a full-circle moment for me, and I feel that it is very much a part of my story. I knew it would get a pop from the live crowd, and I knew people online would get a kick out of it, but for me, hearing that, it reminded me of how far I've come, and our production team put together the best videos."
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