WWE champion Drew McIntyre recently spoke with the Daily Star to discuss a potential showdown with The Undertaker. The Scottish Psychopath believes that he and the Deadman’s shared history together would make for a good story, and believes that a future bout between the two would “absolutely deliver.”
There was a time, over ten years ago, where we were going to be building a big singles match with The Undertaker and I. We had one match right before [his match] when Shawn Michaels was retired, and that was my first official defeat. We had a tag team match as well… and a couple of moments when we went face to face. The crowd started rumbling when he started doing the throat-cut and I rose up behind him and Roman saved him from the Claymore kick.. and afterwards he seemed pretty happy. I really think, given the right circumstances and considering our history and the fact he gave me my first official defeat, there’s a good story there. I know the match would absolutely deliver.
McIntyre has stated in the past that he and Taker were supposed to have a huge singles-feud at WrestleMania, but plans changed. You can check out the full interview here.