WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 predictions: Hollywood Personality Predicts Who Will Win Roman Reigns Vs Drew McIntyre Match

Hollywood actor and once upon a time writer with WWE, Freddie Prinze Jr. has revealed his choice for the winner of the main event at WWE Clash at the Castle 2022. He predicted who will win Roman Reigns vs Drew McIntyre match.

In the most recent episode of his podcast Wrestling with Freddie, he has given his expert opinion of working as a writer with the company and has the Scottish Warrior winning the titles today. He pointed out that WWE has been airing many promotional videos about the redemption of McIntyre which they won’t do unless they had something big planned for him. Also letting Drew lose in front of the United Kingdom audience won’t go well with the WWE Universe.



He further elaborated that Austin Theory or Karrion Kross could mess with the match and also pointed out that Kross has been sending warning videos to SmackDown on a weekly basis mostly targeting the Scottish Warrior and this feud could be taken up a notch by WWE.

He says McIntyre got a raw deal as he was the champion during the COVID era. He never got the live crowd cheering him on and neither did he get to defend the belt in front of them. WWE may finally let him do that by letting him win in front of his home crowd.

Will Bray Wyatt decide who will win Roman Reigns vs Drew McIntyre?

There are also rumors about Bray Wyatt’s return happening at the show. Apparently, he will return to attack Roman, and help Drew win the titles. But Prinze Jr. thinks there’s no way Wyatt will show up today.


This mega event happening after three decades is living up to the hype with some major changes supposedly taking place and major returns rumored to be happening. And if Freddy Prinze Jr. is right, this could mean a massive alteration of the WWE landscape and a new hierarchy in its food chain. Today is sure going to be an eventful one.

Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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