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5 potential finishes for Roman Reigns vs Drew McIntyre at Stomping Grounds

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Roman Reigns will face Drew McIntyre one more time at Stomping Grounds this Sunday night!
Roman Reigns will face Drew McIntyre one more time at Stomping Grounds this Sunday night!

We are now approximately four days away from WWE Stomping Grounds. The event will be streaming live on the WWE Network starting at 6pm (EST) with the kickoff show.

One of the key match-ups scheduled for the event is a rematch featuring the rivalry between "The Big Dog" Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. As you may recall, the two have been feuding since WWE Fastlane during the temporary resurgence of The Shield.

The group defeated Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin at the show. McIntyre would attack Reigns the following night on RAW to setup their match for WrestleMania 35. and Reigns would defeat McIntyre at WrestleMania. Out of anger and disgust for Reigns, we would see McIntyre challenge Reigns to a rematch and lose by a disqualification.

Following this, Drew would align himself with Shane McMahon and use this new allegiance to further the rivalry with Reigns. He would assist Shane McMahon in defeating Roman Reigns at Super ShowDown. Due to his actions, one more match was booked between Reigns and McIntyre for Stomping Grounds.

Now that you know the backstory, let's talk about five potential finishes we could see from this match.


#5 Roman Reigns defeats Drew McIntyre -- Clean Finish

Roman Reigns spears Drew McIntyre out of his boots on an episode of RAW
Roman Reigns spears Drew McIntyre out of his boots on an episode of RAW

In latest WWE NEWS, the obvious finish to go with here would be to see Roman Reigns go over Drew McIntyre cleanly. Roman's had Drew's number in every match they have wrestled in, from a one-on-one perspective. Reigns needs to finish this rivalry off once and for all before he could move forward.

Drew McIntyre is by no means a slouch and can be a dangerous competitor inside the ring. One conclusion would be to see Roman Reigns cleanly defeat Drew McIntyre with a vicious Spear, followed up by the pin fall victory.

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