• Drew McIntyre last held at the WWE Championship in early 2021
  • He is set to take on Roman Reigns at WWE Castle in the U.K.
  • The Live Event is scheduled to take place on Sept. 3

Drew McIntyre has sent across a message ahead of his big clash with Roman Reigns at WWE Castle.

The WWE Company recently announced that McIntyre will challenge Reigns' Undisputed WWE and Universal Championship at WWE's Live Event "The Castle," which is scheduled to be held on Sept. 3 in Cardiff, Wales.

In a tweet, the Scottish Warrior revealed he has been working outside the ring with WWE and BT Sport on a project to promote the upcoming U.K. event, where his wife is also involved.

"I've been working on something extremely special ahead of #WWECastle with @btsportwwe and my amazing wife, you're going to be blown away," McIntyre wrote on his official Twitter account.

Ever since Karrion Kross made his WWE return during the latest episode of SmackDown, there had been rumors about the former TNA star's involvement at the WWE Castle. However, Dave Meltzer, who has a credible record in professional wrestling, confirmed that Reigns and McIntyre will fight out in a singles match in Cardiff.

"For Cardiff, it is still Roman and Drew. I was told – of course, this can always change – but I was told that it's really not gonna change. They feel that has to be the match. So as far as when (Kross) gets his shot at Roman Reigns, because obviously they're building to that, I have no idea when that will be," Meltzer said on "Wrestling Observer," according to Wrestle Talk.

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Drew McIntyre poses with his WWE championship WWE

Reigns, who has completed over 700 days of being the Universal Champion, recently defended his unified titles at SummerSlam, where he defeated his arch-rival Brock Lesnar. That also brought curtains down to their iconic rivalry.

Since returning to WWE in 2017, McIntyre has held the WWE title on two occasions. He first bagged the WWE belt at WrestleMania 36 in March 2020. He then defended his WWE Championship by beating Randy Orton in a singles match at SummerSlam later that year.

The Scottish Warrior lost the championship to The Miz, who cashed in his Money In The Bank contract in February last year.