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“Rhea Ripley Gave Me Something…”: Drew McIntyre Denies Ties With The Judgment Day, Despite Survivor Series WarGames Team-Up

Published 11/20/2023, 8:47 PM EST

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An action-packed Raw headed to Grand Rapids, MI, tonight with Survivor Series WarGames looming large. The go-home edition of the red brand show before the big PLE was supposed to add hype to next week’s extravaganza. And it did so from the very beginning, with Drew McIntyre spilling a major announcement on his dynamic with The Judgement Day.

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Last week, Mclntyre shockingly joined forces with the heel team for the upcoming Survivor Series Wargames bout. That said, tonight he explained how long this unholy alliance might last.

Drew Mclntyre cleared his stance on The Judgement Day despite an alliance


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With a mic in his hand, the Scotsman opened up the show and addressed the audience in the arena. He reflected on the drastic actions he undertook last week as he turned a new leaf in his career.

He clearly noted, ”No I haven’t joined the Judgement Day. I will be on their team in Wargames though and why? Because Rhea Ripley gave me something nobody else could give me in the world, Jey Uso in a steel cage.”


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It is obvious that Drew McIntyre has a burning desire to exact revenge on the former Bloodline member for his dastardly actions during his time with the faction. An opportunity to wipe the smirk off Seth Rollins’ face comes as an additional bonus for the Scotsman after he suffered a loss against the champion at Crown Jewel. Nevertheless, how McIntyre opts to carry himself after the PLE has yet to be answered.

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Well, the future is unseeable for now, but one thing that we saw for now is that McIntyre played a massive role in representing Judgement Day tonight.


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Drew Mclntyre picked up a win against Jey Uso, gaining momentum for his team

After the Scotsman shed light on his antics, the storyline continued even further in the next segment. Damian Priest coming over and praising Ripley’s decision to recruit Drew Mclntyre into their business. Mclntyre decided to engage in a one-on-one match against Jey Uso as part of the buildup of the WarGames. However, that didn’t sit well with Priest.

However, despite his opposition to the idea, the Archer of The Infamy finally accepted him. As a result, McIntyre headed into the decisive match and walked out with the victory. This grants the team an advantage during the Survivor Series PLE.


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We need to let the ultimate drama unveiled on Survivor Series, on Nov 25, to know the rest. What did you make of the Scotsman’s explanation regarding his heel turn? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Shreya Nag


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I had been a casual wrestling fan for a long time and after joining EssentiallySports, I started to watch WWE more attentively. I’ve been hooked on to pro wrestling thanks in large parts to stars like Becky Lynch, Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns. I have cannot go a day without going through my social media feed occupied by their updates.
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Amal Joyce