McIntyre lost to Reigns at WrestleMania 35 on the latter’s first Singles Match since returning to full-time action following a four-month battle with leukaemia.
The Big Dog then moved to SmackDown and it looked like the two heavyweights won’t collide again as The Scottish Psychopath stayed on RAW.
However, WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon introduced the Wild Card Rule which allows up to four superstars to cross over to rival brands each week.
Reigns took advantage of that decree last week and faced McIntyre once more in an even more intense battle that was interrupted by Shane McMahon and Elias.
However, it seemed like the two wrestlers still have unfinished business and The Scottish Terminator confirmed that he is still targeting The Big Dog.
The ex-Intercontinental Champion really admires the ex-Shield star’s achievements and his miraculous comeback from leukaemia.
However, his character holds the four-time world champion responsible for the sense of entitlement that exists in the locker room, an issue he stressed last month as he lashed out at superstars who are complaining on social media about their position on the card instead of improving themselves.
McIntyre told Express Sport: “Roman’s always in my sights.
“Generally the guys I target are not necessarily the ones I’m trying to get rid of, I could just crush them like bugs.
“I’m going after the ones who are the top dogs because I want them to be the leader.
“The Shield guys were the main guys and especially Roman Reigns he’s the leader, he’s the top dog, he’s as good as everyone says he is, he should be in that position and that’s why I want that position.
“I want to challenge myself by fighting the absolute best.
“Mania didn’t go my way but our match last week which was a little bit more [at] the next level showed what we’re capable of doing together and just laid into each other real good.
“It’s amazing, everything he’s come through to be able to compete at that level so quickly because we’re really bringing it to each other and he’s a different level athlete but I’m not finished with him.
“I, or perhaps Drew McIntyre certainly blames Roman Reigns for the way things are because he’s technically the locker room leader and it all happened in his watch where everything kind of fell apart where suddenly we’re on a social media age of complaining.
“Drew McIntyre blames Roman Reigns for that and he’s going to make him pay for it.”