WrestleMania: Drew McIntyre defending WWE Championship vs Big Show was real main event

McIntyre defended the WWE Championship

Drew McIntyre put his WWE Championship on the line against The Big Show just 20 minutes after winning the title against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36.

Monday Night RAW teased 'shocking footage' from the aftermath of the 'Mania match, which was revealed in the closing segment of the show.

The Scottish Psychopath was cutting a promo in the ring when he was interrupted by Big Show, who goaded him into an impromptu match. 

Mere moments after winning the biggest prize in wrestling, McIntyre put it on the line, and it even looked as if he was going to lose it

It seemed to be an absolutely ridiculous move, which WWE is now calling the 'hidden main event' of WrestleMania. 

McIntyre did defend the title to Big Show, hitting his opponent with a Claymore Kick to secure the three count. 

The whole segment just seems utterly bizarre, but it serves to prove that McIntyre is a fighting champion.  

Check out some footage below: 

The Scotsman won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania on Sunday night, beating Brock Lesnar in the main event.  

He withstood four of The Beast's 'F-5' finishing moves, before hitting three Claymore Kicks to flatten his opponent and secure the three count. 

The historic win made McIntyre WWE's first-ever British world champion - and he's accomplished something the likes of William Regal and the British Bulldog failed to do. 

There was a hidden main event at WrestleMania 36

He's already made his first successful title defence, but judging by what unfolded at WrestleMania and on RAW, we can expect him to do that quite frequently. 

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