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Drew McIntyre Retains WWE Championship at Royal Rumble 2021

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WWE are currently hosting their annual Royal Rumble event. The show is in full swing and there’s some great bouts tonight on top of the two Rumble matches themselves (Men’s and Women’s). The first match of the card proper saw Goldberg challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship.

Goldberg vs Drew McIntyre

Before the bell, McIntyre hit a Spear on Goldberg to send him to the outside. Goldberg then hit his own Spear on McIntyre through the barrier on the outside (this was all before the bell); after a short match of back and forth big hitter moves, Drew McIntyre emerges with the WWE Championship. Both men shook hands after the match.

WWE Championship Match ’“ Drew McIntyre (c) vs Goldberg – Drew McIntyre retains after hitting the Claymore

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