After being in the shadow with the heel faction alongside Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre might have turned a new page in this week’s RAW episode where he had destroyed two-third of the Shield.
After bidding their Farewell as the Shield, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose went to go on their business in different directions. Seth Rollins worked against a returning Shelton Benjamin after a verbal fight against Paul Heyman. Both of those came to hype Brock Lesnar for WrestleMania match. Roman Reigns was about to work a singles match after 6 months with his opponent being Baron Corbin but as soon as he came out for the match, he was attacked by Drew McIntyre.
After hitting with some punches on Reigns, McIntyre sent him into the ring post and followed it with 2 Claymore Kicks. Some Referees came down to separate them along with a trainer to check on the Roman Reigns. Rollins also came out to check on Reigns and accompanied him back to the trainer’s room as he looked jaded. Dean Ambrose joined them backstage and was so furious that he immediately went on to ask Triple H for a no Disqualification, Fall Counts Anywhere match against Drew McIntyre.
The Match started at the ramp, moved into the crowd, to the press box, then back to the ringside area to the commentary desk. All this while both Ambrose and McIntyre went toe to toe but McIntyre took out bigger blows with steel steps and chairs. During the last part of the match, Ambrose hit a back suplex on the announce table but McIntyre came back with a low blow and send Ambrose into the LED Boards twice. Then, Mcintyre put Ambrose inside the guardrail near the entrance and hit the Claymore kick to get the pin.
While Seth Rollins will be facing Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, the other two Shield members do not have matches for the event yet. Although, this segment with McIntyre might be indicating that Roman Reigns might be facing McIntyre now. Also, it might be possible that Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns were written out of the show with this segment until WrestleMania.