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5 Reasons why Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship should happen at WrestleMania 37

5. Backlash 2020: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Bobby LashleyStipulation: Singles Match for the WWE ChampionshipWinner: AND STILL WWE Champion Drew McIntyreRating: ***3/4 (3.75) pic.twitter.com/RKfzNrCVgw

Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 37 promises to be nothing less than spectacular if their previous encounters are any indication. Last year at Backlash 2020, McIntyre successfully defended his WWE Championship in a short yet wildly entertaining brawl against Lashley.

Apart from this, the two had some terrific matches during their time in IMPACT Wrestling in 2016. Out of those bouts, their Slammiversary 2016 main event stood out, where Lashley defeated McIntyre to win the IMPACT World Championship.

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Publisher: www.sportskeeda.com
Date: 2021-03-03T18:08:21+05:30
Author: Arpit Shrivastava
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Winners and Losers of the Final Four and an NCAA Tournament Game for the Ages

Jalen Suggs became a March Madness legend, Drew Timme took the most important charge in basketball history, and Gonzaga set the stage for a perfect national title game. Plus: Arizona stunned UConn and told everybody what it thinks.

Who shined the most in the Final Four? Who fell short? Let’s dive into a special March Madness edition of winners and losers.

Jalen Suggs won’t have a long college basketball career. Everybody knew that from the moment he committed to Gonzaga in 2020 and chose playing for the Zags over playing a year professionally overseas. Suggs is one of the many hypertalented men’s players whose college careers were always seen as one-season preludes to a high draft pick and the millions of dollars that come with it. He’s a presumptive one-and-done guy, whose talent all but guarantees that his college career will only last a few months.

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Publisher: The Ringer
Date: 2021-04-04T02:29:01-04:00
Author: Rodger Sherman
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