Drew McIntyre is one of the best superstars on the WWE, and no doubt he has a passion for the professional wrestling business. He was the face of the company as a former two-time WWE champion and WWE champion during the pandemic. McIntyre is always ready to give advice to its peers when needed.
Since paying to see the Royal Rumble last year, Drew McIntyre is pictured in the WWE Championship picture and he includes many title games against Bobby Lashley. Many fans felt that McIntyre had been in the main picture for a very long time.
McIntyre lost to Bobby Leslie in this year’s Hell In A Cell, and that eventually put an end to him always being in the WWE Title picture, which made fans feel relieved.
When talking to CBS Sport, Drew McIntyre spoke of the live crowd returning after more than a year. McIntyre admitted that fans had seen him a lot by then.
“I remember that time. It was amazing that fans had a positive attitude for so long, and the only way we could measure that was on social media. In general, they’re the toughest critics. So they’ve been around for a long time. have been in a positive relationship over time, I think I’ve struggled with Lashley a few times.
Although technically there were only two games, it seemed to be going on for a long time. Maybe we didn’t and should have done as much fun as we could to get the fans to invest. I think they went a little over that story line. When the fans came back, there seemed to be a lot of Drew bar on our faces.
In fact, we’ve had Drew McIntyre at the top of the map for a year and a half, and today’s attention could be 20 years in a short time. I knew this completely when the crowd came back, especially to pay Money in the Bank. So as soon as I was able to cover it all at night, there was money in the bag. If you go back and watch it, you will hear the first reaction. When I appeared, I was just overjoyed to hear the noise. It was a lot, but there was also some excitement mixed up.
As previously reported, Drew McIntyre will not be able to play due to a neck injury. We have to wait and see when the Scottish fighter returns to WWE television with a win.