WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre, has given fans hope that his old ‘Broken Dreams’ theme tune may make a return to WWE television in the coming months.
Retro WWE themes have been in demand recently with fans calling for Sheamus to re-use his popular ‘Written In My Face’ song which was synonymous with the Irishman for years, while Jeff Hardy has promised that he will return to his ‘No More Words’ entrance music once fans start to return to WWE shows.
Now, the WWE Champion is the latest in a line of performers to potentially revert to once loved ditties upon the outcry of devotees.
Speaking to the Battleground Podcast, Drew McIntyre discussed the possibility of returning his ‘Broken Dreams’ theme which accompanied him to the ring over a decade ago when he was proclaimed ‘The Chosen One’:
“Personally, I have visions of it coming back for a special occasion and then hopefully releasing it for download because it is talked about all the time. It was such a popular song. I personally think it’s great. If you look up the ‘Broken Dreams’ lyrics and check the story, it kind of matches my career story, which is interesting. It’s just a little slow for me, right now. I love the bagpipes and war music. It doesn’t quite match the current Drew McIntyre, but I do want to bring it back for special occasions.”
Drew McIntyre is set to begin a storyline with friend Sheamus over the WWE Championship and battle WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Survivor Series on November 22.
Credit for the interview: Battleground Podcast
h/t for the transcription: Fightful