On the eve of Clash at the Castle, Drew McIntyre stood tall heading into his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match against Roman Reigns.
SmackDown was supposed to be headlined by a celebration of Reigns' title run reaching the two-year mark, but McIntyre laid out Reigns with a Claymore as he arrived to the arena. McIntyre then headed to the ring to take out The Usos and Sami Zayn.
The attack included McIntyre putting Jimmy Uso through the announce table and spearing Jey Uso through the barricade.
After taking out all of the Bloodline members, McIntyre cut a promo promising to kick Reigns' head in and win the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
More coverage from last night --
- AAA Mixed Tag Team title match added to AEW All Out Zero Hour
- Hangman Page & Dark Order advance to AEW Trios title tournament final at All Out
- AEW Dark spoilers from Chicago: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Ari Daivari
- AEW Rampage live results: Dark Order vs. Best Friends Trios title tournament match
- WWE SmackDown live results: Final build to Clash at the Castle
- Paul 'Triple H' Levesque officially gets new WWE job title
WWE SmackDown video highlights --
Viking Rules match: The New Day vs. The Viking Raiders
A look at the historic two-year title reign of Roman Reigns (part one)
Sami Zayn prepares for Roman Reigns' championship celebration
Liv Morgan promises to rip Shayna Baszler's arm off at Clash at the Castle
Karrion Kross vs. Drew Gulak
Ronda Rousey no longer suspended, attacks Adam Pearce
Hit Row vs. Maximum Male Models
A look at the historic two-year title reign of Roman Reigns (part two)
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Happy Corbin
Butch vs. Ludwig Kaiser
Drew McIntyre takes out The Bloodline
SmackDown fallout: Hit Row has the competition big mad
SmackDown fallout: The Viking Raiders vow to continue their path of dominance