They met in a Single’s Match last week, but the interference of Retribution ruined the match. Just like last wee, if Lee defeats McIntyre and Randy Orton is unable to compete, he’ll challenge the champion at WWE Clash of Champions. McIntyre went for the Claymore right away, but Lee had it scouted. The champion tried to ground Lee, but the former NXT Champion sent McIntyre crashing to the floor with a crossbody.
The competitors brawled at ringside and exchanged stiff chops. McIntyre slammed Lee onto the broadcast table. Both men continued to exchange thunderous blows. Lee dropped McIntyre with a forearm smash, but the champion countered the Spirit Bomb with a hurricanrana. A spinebuster earned McIntyre a two count. Lee hit McIntyre with a spinebuster of his own. The RAW newcomer floored McIntyre with a clothesline.
Drew McIntyre reversed the Spirit Bomb and blasted Lee with the Claymore, but Randy Orton suddenly attacked him with a chair, driving it into McIntyre’s injured jaw. He then punted Lee.
Orton then said that he’s always been a constant in the WWE; he’ll never walk away from a world title match. He said no one should have doubted him. Orton, after walking up to an ambulance in the arena, said that the Ambulance Match stipulation was fitting because McIntyre sent him on a ride in one of them a few weeks ago. He said riding in the ambulance let him see what his many victims must have felt like after he punted them. Randy Orton said he remembers what it takes to be WWE Champion. He said the ambulance represents his 14th world championship and promised to send McIntyre on one last ambulance ride at WWE Clash of Champions.
What we know: There WILL be an #AmbulanceMatch for the #WWEChampionship this Sunday at #WWEClash of Champions.— WWE (@WWE) September 22, 2020
What we don’t know: @DMcIntyreWWE‘s opponent this Sunday.#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/FOYlgNrwos