Google AI Predicts the WWE Superstar Who Will Dethrone Roman Reigns and It’s Not Cody Rhodes or Jey Uso

The Usos recently betrayed Roman Reigns, and they fought each other at Money in the Bank. Some believe Jey Uso will win the WWE championship from Roman Reigns at SummerSlam. Others believe Cody Rhodes has a chance to win the title. Google AI was used by Sportskeeda to predict who would beat Reigns and win the championship, and it answered Drew McIntyre.

At Money in the Bank, Jimmy and Jey fought against Reigns and Solo Sikoa, and they were able to defeat Reigns by pinning him. This was the first time in a long time that someone was able to pin Reigns. On the other hand, Cody Rhodes is busy with Brock Lesnar on RAW.

Google AI on who would dethrone Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns

Drew McIntyre made a comeback at Money in the Bank after being away since WrestleMania 39. He is now interested in Gunther and the Intercontinental title. However, according to Google AI, it seems like McIntyre might have a different challenger in the near future. Google AI suggested McIntyre’s name when asked about who would dethrone Roman Reigns.

Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns

McIntyre has been a champion before during the pandemic. But if he wins the world title again, it would be a big deal because he didn’t have the chance to celebrate with a real crowd last time. When he was champion before, the arenas were empty or fans watched online through the ThunderDome.

Drew McIntyre has faced Reigns many times

McIntyre and Reigns have had disagreements in the past, but their latest fight took place at Clash at the Castle. They faced each other with an excited crowd watching, all cheering for McIntyre to win. However, in the end, he couldn’t succeed and was defeated by Reigns.

Many people did not agree with the decision taken at the time. WWE now has a massive opportunity to give a rematch to McIntyre now that he has back.

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