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WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre May Bring Back Iconic Theme Song, Broken Dreams, After Twelve Years

Drew McIntyre (Via WWE/Twitter)

Changes are a constant in WWE, affecting superstars’ gimmicks and theme songs. These adjustments play a vital role in revitalizing characters and providing them with a fresh start in the wrestling roster. Fans might soon witness a significant change with former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. The Scottish Warrior is rumored to reintroduce his iconic theme song, “Broken Dreams,” to the main roster after a twelve-year absence. Although last heard at Clash at the Castle 2022 as a tribute, it could now make a full-fledged comeback as his official entrance theme, resonating with fans worldwide.

“Broken Dreams” stands out as one of the most iconic theme songs, encapsulating Drew McIntyre’s WWE journey and deeply connecting with fans. The clamor for its return has been loud among the audience, with McIntyre himself advocating for it. WWE has teased its comeback multiple times, sparking excitement among followers, although it never materialized.

Drew McIntyre (Via WWE/Twitter)

Drew McIntyre is set to face Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Championship at Clash at the Castle in Glasgow, Scotland. The potential sight of McIntyre entering the arena with “Broken Dreams” playing, accompanied by fans chanting the lyrics, promises a heroic homecoming for the Scottish Warrior. This moment could signify not only McIntyre’s quest for redemption but also mark the official return of his beloved theme song after more than a decade, creating a stir among wrestling enthusiasts globally.

Since losing the WWE Championship in 2020, McIntyre has been on a relentless pursuit to reclaim a World Title. Despite briefly securing the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XL by defeating Seth Rollins, his reign ended abruptly in a mere five minutes and forty seconds. The forthcoming Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event on June 15, 2024, presents McIntyre with a chance to settle the score. The anticipated showdown against Damian Priest could finally culminate in McIntyre capturing the coveted World Heavyweight Championship, signaling his triumphant return to the top echelons of WWE.

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