Drew McIntyre Reveals Not All Of His Singalong At WWE Clash At The Castle Was Meant To Air

Only some singing from Drew McIntyre and Tyson Fury for the audience at home

Following a main event that left the fans in Cardiff deflated, Clash at the Castle ended in an odd fashion with Tyson Fury and Drew McIntyre inside the squared circle. In a 'send the fans home happy' moment, Fury sang 'American Pie' before McIntyre performed his best rendition of 'Don't Look Back In Anger.' 

Conflicting reports have emerged about if the post-main event segment was supposed to air but Drew McIntyre has now confirmed that only some of the singalong was meant to air on Peacock and the WWE Network. 

"The singing that happened in Cardiff, if you had told me, 'You're going to sing a song after you lose a big match,' I still haven't checked how much was on TV, but not all of it was supposed to be on TV, but we went for it. If you embrace it, chances are the crowd is going to embrace it too and you're going to have a fun time together. After that fun time, you deal with the serious storyline stuff on the following TVs," McIntyre told the Hollywood Raw podcast.

The McIntyre and Fury singalong came after Roman Reigns defeated Irn Dru to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Drew has since turned his attention to Karrion Kross and they will face off in a Strap Match at Extreme Rules on October 8. 

H/T to Fightful 

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