At WWE Survivor Series 2020, Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre battled in the name of brand supremacy.
Reigns remains WWE Universal Champion and now that he's on the blue brand, McIntyre will be awaiting is opportunity to officially challenge for the gold.
Speaking to Sky Sports, McIntyre gave his thoughts on another match with "The Tribal Chief."
"He's on fire," said McIntyre. "There's nobody close to him in the entire wrestling industry. That's why everyone keeps saying to me, 'Drew and Roman, that's what's going to happen.' I'm sure it's inevitable that's going to happen, but I don't want it to happen right now. He has all this momentum and I'm a very patient man, I've been in the wrestling game for over 20 years now. I want to keep building up victories and momentum. I want him to have to watch and go, 'Alright.' I know what this guy can do, we fought each other and Survivor Series last year, his cousins interfered, he low blowed me and eventually choked me out. That's cool, but he knows what I'm capable of these days and I want him to have to watch me build up momentum and when the time is right, we come together, and it's going to be a huge match for us as superstars, but especially for fans. When the time is right though."
McIntyre is set to be part of the SmackDown men's team at Survivor Series. Roman will face Big E at WWE Survivor Series, but before that he will take on King Xavier Woods on Friday's SmackDown.
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