MVP BETRAYS Bobby Lashley HELPS Drew McIntyre Win WWE Title At WrestleMania Backlash 2021 LEAKED
MVP BETRAYS Bobby Lashley & HELPS Drew McIntyre Win WWE Title At WrestleMania Backlash 2021 LEAKED!
We now have our main story featured in this video, and it is regarding the shocking new rumors & speculation heading into this coming weekend's WrestleMania Backlash 2021 PPV event, and more specifically, the big scheduled Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship between the defending champion Bobby Lashley, against challengers Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman. While many fans are viewing WrestleMania Backlash as a throwaway PPV for WWE, apparently, with the ratings & viewership for Raw & SmackDown being abnormally low for WWE after having just put on their biggest event of the year WrestleMania 37, WWE are desperately trying to find ways to make WWE interesting to gain viewers back, and according to a new leaked backstage rumor, there are talks behind the scenes in WWE for there to be a shock WWE Title change at WrestleMania Backlash, with it being speculated that fans may be seeing a huge swerve occur, of MVP betraying Bobby Lashley, and helping his secret new client Drew McIntyre win the WWE Championship, with it being rumored that WWE are considering a big heel turn for Drew McIntyre, and a possible face turn for Bobby Lashley to freshen things up for both Superstars, and having MVP switch sides for Drew McIntyre is a storyline swerve Vince feels will make Raw intriguing again for the foreseeable future!
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