3 Reasons why Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman will wretchedly fail
- We closely examine this long-running on-off feud, and discuss the likeliest solution WWE has in store for us.
Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman are regarded by the vast majority of professional wrestling fans and experts alike as two of the top WWE Superstars today. Both Superstars currently perform on WWE's RAW brand, and over the past several months, they have performed as both allies and enemies on-screen.
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However, perhaps one of the most pointless feuds in recent memory, has been this very feud between McIntyre and Strowman! Frankly speaking, this is a lose-lose situation for both Superstars.
Considering that we're within sniffing distance of WrestleMania 35, it's extremely essential for us to address this conundrum in one of the top storylines on Monday Night RAW.
Today, we take a special look at why the Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman WrestleMania 35 feud will fail. Additionally, we also look at the solutions to this long-running stale feud.
#3 Because Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman cannot beat each other 'clean'
An easy example to understand this problem, is to take the case of top Superstars such as 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin and The Rock. During the height of their reigns atop the world of sports-entertainment, neither Austin nor The Rock would lose 'clean' (without outside interference and nefarious means of the sort) to each other.
It was indeed very rare that Austin would beat The Rock or vice versa, clean! That is because in the world of professional wrestling, in a given organization, your two biggest stars always need to have a back-and-forth rivalry where each man wins a few matches and there is no decisive winner until a major PPV event like WrestleMania.
That said, what's different in the case of Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman as compared to the aforementioned case, is that right now, McIntyre and Strowman absolutely cannot afford to lose 'clean' to each other (not even at WrestleMania 35!) or to anyone for that matter (except Brock Lesnar!), otherwise all the efforts that have gone into pushing them as legitimate top stars will go to waste. Speaking of which, here's a likely solution...