Edge: "I'm sorry about what happened to Drew McIntyre"

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Edge: "I'm sorry about what happened to Drew McIntyre"

He will surely be one of the protagonists of Wrestlemania 37 where he will face in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Universal Championship against Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan and there is a lot of curiosity to see how Edge will behave during this match.

The Canadian wrestler returned to the Royal Rumble where he amazed everyone starting as first in the real fight and winning the Royal Rumble, beating the eternal enemy Randy Orton as the last opponent. During a recent podcast on Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Jimmy Traina, the WWE Hall of Famer covered many themes, returning to the fact that last year Wrestlemania 36 was played at the Performance Center without the presence of the public.

It was in fact the first months of the pandemic and in the United States there were very restrictive measures. Edge talked about the fact that last year's athletes weren't able to enjoy everything due to the lack of an audience.

Here are the words of him specifically: "Thinking about that moment I think of a guy like Drew McIntyre, he has reached the pinnacle of this thing that he has been working for so many years and there was no one to see him.

I've had moments like that too and these are positive memories one has, so I felt sorry for him. At the same time I think of Rhea Ripley, you are in your first Wrestlemania and you face Charlotte Flair in a big match, but there is none.

I understand their work, but I guess it must have been really hard for both of them." Both Drew McIntyre and Rhea Ripley will have the chance to redeem themselves soon: in fact, at Wrestlemania 37 the public will be present, there will be two nights in Tampa next 10 and 11 April.

Drew McIntyre will try to take back the WWE Champion title against Bobby Lashley. The Scottish Psychopath lost the title in The Elimination Chamber to The Miz, but the next day on Raw it was The All Mighty who took the title, held until now.

Rhea Ripley also has a chance to win the title against Asuka in a match valid for the Raw Women's Championship. Of course, the stage won't be full, but WWE has limited audience capacity for the event.

WWE Fastlane 2021: the results!

Here's what happened in the WWE Fastlane 2021 PPV held at WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) in Tampa, Florida. In WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) there are fans connected via webcam who act as an audience like in the NBA with their supporters.

Single Match for the US Championship:
Matt Riddle beats Mustafa Ali (w / RETRIBUTION) (Riddle remains champion) - At the end of the match the Retribution attacks Mustafa Ali thus decreeing the end of the stable.

Main Card:
Women's Tag Team Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships:
Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax beat Sasha Banks & Bianca Belair (Shayna and Nia remain champions) Single Match for the Intercontinental Championship:
Big E beats Apollo Crews (Big E remains champion) - The final of the match was a semi botch.

Single Match:
Braun Strowman beats Elias (w / Jaxson Ryker) Single Match:
Seth Rollins beats Shinsuke Nakamura No Holds Barred Match:
Drew McIntyre beats Sheamus Intergender Match:
Alexa Bliss beats Randy Orton - The match itself was Cinematic made specifically for the return of "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt in a new guise.

Single Match for the Universal Championship: (Edge as a Special Enforcer)
Roman Reigns (w / Paul Heyman) beats Daniel Bryan (Reigns remains champion and he will defend the title from Edge's assault on WrestleMania)