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WWE Smackdown: Why Drew McIntyre’s Time-Off Is Necessary

At present, Smackdown is dealing with a lack of major names on the roster in the absence of top superstars like Drew McIntyre or Sasha Banks. Both the superstars have been injured in the early part of 2021 and as a result, they’d need some time off to get healed. This current absence will also result in an absence from the annual Royal Rumble event, later this month.

On January 1, at WWE Day 1 PPV, Drew McIntyre defeated Madcap Moss in a singles contest. After the match, he was interviewed backstage where Happy Corbin and Madcap brutally assaulted him.

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They hurt his neck by wrapping a steel chair around it after which Corbin hit the chair with a piece of Scaffolding. WWE then issued the following storyline injury update on Drew McIntyre,

“Drew McIntyre suffered a cervical neck strain with severe contusions.
Upon further evaluation by medical staff he will have a follow-up with an orthopedic cervical specialist.”

Later, it was reported that The Scottish Warrior isn’t dealing with the exact above-mentioned injury, but he is dealing with some sort of legit neck issues, which is the reason behind WWE writing him off TV programming for the time being.

Drew McIntyre needed to save his career

It was also emphasized in follow-up reports that how this time-off was mandatory for the top Smackdown superstar or else it could have resulted in some major blunder in his career. According to the Wrestling Observer, Drew McIntyre taking time off was majorly needed to avoid any kind of major neck surgery,

“Legitimately, McIntyre’s neck has been bothering him for months and if he kept going he was on the way to major surgery.

As of a few days ago, the plan was for McIntyre to have the neck looked at extensively over the next week. There’s really nothing more known until it’s fully examined.

The hope is that it’s not bad and he can come back soon, at least by Mania, and that he won’t need surgery which will put him out for months. But right now nobody knows.”

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The current assumption is that Drew McIntyre should return by the time of Wrestlemania 38 in April. Officials do believe that he won’t go missing for a lengthy amount of time which is the reason why Moss and Corbin continued the storyline on this past episode of Smackdown.

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Smackdown – Drew McIntyre Wants A Match Against Cesaro

Former two times WWE World Champion Drew McIntyre who is also a former two time WWE Tag Team Champion and a former WWE NXT Champion recently talked about his desire to have a match with the Swiss Superman Cesaro.

Cesaro and Drew McIntyre had some showdowns before. The mostly took place on episodes of Monday Night RAW. But in most cases, Cesaro played the role of a jobber. Both wrestlers are capable of producing brilliant matches.

Drew McIntyre
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Drew McIntyre Wants A Match Against Cesaro

If booked well, these two individuals can produce main event level matches quite easily. And this much is very much possible right now since both of the individuals are working on Friday night Smackdown at this moment. So we can see this match getting book any time.

But it is quite unfortunate that Cesaro is not being treated as a main event star anymore. He was given a main event level push during and just after Wrestlemania this year. At WrestleMania 37 he defeated Seth Rollins which was a huge accomplishment for him.

And the more important thing is it was a clean victory. After that everyone was expecting a main event level push for the Swiss Superman. And that occurred just at the next event which was WrestleMania Backlash where he challenge Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Heavyweight Championship.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

But unfortunately he lost the match and that was the end of his main event push. After that he remained out of action for quite a while and now he is once again being treated as a lower mid card and he is jobbing to the newly promoted star Ridge Holland which is not a very good look for the former WWE United States champion.

WWE has decided to push Cesaro foreign number of times but every time it did not work out for some reasons. So we cannot expect a WrestleMania standard match between him Drew at this moment.

Drew McIntyre who is also a former two time WWE Tag Team Champion and a former WWE NXT Champion recently spoke to Bleacher Report where he talked about his desire to have a match with the Swiss Superman Cesaro. He said;

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

“Oh yeah, [Cesaro] is definitely on my list. I have to mention him any chance I get and the fact we haven’t faced each other considering we’ve been on the same rosters over the years. We’ve both wrestled 20 years apiece. We’ve never had a singles match, which is pretty unbelievable.

“I’ve been seeing a lot of chatter on my social media that he also brought it up this week, so I think it’s only a matter of time before that match happens.”

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Smackdown – Drew McIntyre Discusses His Freedom In The Mid Card Division

Former two times WWE World champion Drew McIntyre who is a former WWE Intercontinental Champion and a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently talked working in the mid card division of WWE. He discussed his freedom in the mid card scene.

Drew McIntyre is believed to be one of the biggest finds of Vince McMahon in 2007 when he was only twenty two. He spent two years on the different development territories of WWE such as the Ohio Valley Wrestling and the Florida Championship Wrestling before joining the main roster in 2009.

Drew McIntyre
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Drew McIntyre Discusses His Freedom In The Mid Card Division

After joining the main roster he was given an instant title shot at the Intercontinental championship and he won the title. He was having an excellent time in WWE and he was running and undefeated streak as well. Later WWE understood it was too early for him and they let him go in 2014.

He spent three years outside of WWE to get more maturity and became one of the biggest sensations of professional wrestling before returning to WWE in 2017. This time he had been treated as a more serious deal than his previous run in WWE.

At first he spent sometimes on the NXT before coming to the main roster and he got his first serious main event push in early 2020 as he won the Royal Rumble match and defeated Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36 to win his first WWE Championship. He remained main event star for a complete year but after losing against Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37 he could never find his main event status back.

Drew McIntyre
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Since WrestleMania 37 he has been playing an upper mid card role. He is mostly focusing on non title matches with mid card wrestlers and in most cases he is winning. So not from any angle is getting buried. The position in WWE he is in right now, he could be picked up onto the main event status anytime.

There is a rumour of him winning the Royal Rumble match and facing the WWE champion at WrestleMania 38. Even though it is all rumours but we will not be surprised if it actually happens.

Drew McIntyre who is a former WWE Intercontinental Champion and a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently spoke to Shakiel Mahjouri from CBS Sports where he discussed his freedom in the mid card scene. He said;

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

“Yeah, for sure. You get to try new things. When you’re the champion, you really want everything to hit. You’re expected to have everything hit. You can throw some things against the wall when you’re not the champion and see what sticks.

“What works and what’s not working, there’s not as much on you when you’re not involved in that title scene. Also for the fans, it gives them a chance to see you in a different light. See you doing something else.

“And eventually, hopefully, they get to the point where they’re like, ‘Why is this guy not in the title picture? This is driving me crazy. I want to see him there again…It’s cool to get away, add some layers to the character.

“Maybe get a new hold as they like to say in the wrestling industry and have the fans start rallying behind you and chase the title. Cause you know, the interest and the money, generally, is in the chase as opposed to holding the title.”

 

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WWE Smackdown Preview (07/01/22): Brock Lesnar Appears As WWE Champion

Things are uncertain on WWE Smackdown, courtesy of a few injuries and absences following the inaugural WWE Day 1 PPV. There’s no certainty around the Universal Champion’s presence on the show but we do know the new WWE Champion will be there to kick things off for the blue brand in the New Year. Plus, we also expect to receive updates around the recent injuries on the show that is scheduled from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

The New WWE Champion Brock Lesnar will be in attendance in the potential headliner segment of WWE SmackDown. As seen on Monday’s RAW, Lesnar and Paul Heyman reunited on TV in the opening segment after nearly two years.

This happened after just two weeks since WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns fired Heyman from his Special Counsel’s position and attacked him on WWE SmackDown. This set things up in a big way for Lesnar vs. Reigns Universal Title match that was scheduled for WWE Day 1 this past Saturday. But that match was nixed due to Reigns testing positive for COVID-19 on that same night.

Lesnar was thereafter put in the WWE Title match, which he won and thereby clinched his sixth WWE Championship win of his illustrious career. While Lesnar has been shifted to raw with his title match win, the ongoing feud on WWE Smackdown isn’t over.

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The Heyman – Lesnar reunion segment from RAW featured lines where the two taunted Reigns. Heyman said Reigns will be vulnerable on WWE SmackDown without him, proof that he got caught in COVID-19 just one week after the separation. Lesnar sent Reigns “get well soon” wishes and then also mentioned that he will be seeing Reigns, tonight. There’s a confirmed update available on Reigns who is also medically cleared to make an appearance on the show.

In the main event of Raw, Bobby Lashley defeated Big E, Kevin Owens, and Seth Rollins to become the new number one contender for a WWE Title shot at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Via this win, Lashley is now set to get a shot at Lesnar’s WWE title at Royal Rumble 2022.

Top WWE Smackdown superstars reportedly injured

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Top WWE Smackdown Superstar Drew McIntyre was victorious on Saturday night at WWE Day 1 in Atlanta as he defeated Madcap Moss in a match that went right around 10 minutes. Following the match, there was a backstage attack by Moss and Baron Corbin as the heel duo took out McIntyre.

Going by the reports of PWInsider, the backstage attack was done to write off McIntyre from television as he will be further tested on a legit neck injury. Apparently, he has been working through this injury for a few weeks. There’s no update is available on how severe his neck injury is as we expect an update on it.

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Speaking of injury, Sasha Banks is said to be dealing with a sprained ankle. She wrestled SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair at Sunday’s WWE live event in Fayetteville, and appeared to hurt her leg or knee while taking a stiff backbreaker move. She kicked out of a pinfall attempt but stayed on the mat for some time, hinting at the injury.

Flair got the win after a Natural Selection as Banks was then helped to the back. Following this injury scare, the top superstar provided an update on Twitter saying that she was doing okay but there’s no update on whether she would be missing time for the injured leg. Following Toni Storm’s release, Sasha was rumored to enter WWE Smackdown Women’s Title picture as we expect a clarification on the situation, tonight.

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WWE Smackdown Star Tops List Of Most Matches In 2021

Getting over the pandemic situation for the early part of 2021, WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown hosted shows amid fans in attendance from last summer. Throughout the tough situation, WWE Superstars performed tirelessly to entertain the fans, be it live-in-person or in a virtual capacity.

The two-time WWE Champion and current WWE Smackdown roster member, Drew McIntyre topped the list of wrestlers with most matches in WWE in 2021. WWE on BT Sport recently published the top 10 wrestlers who competed in the most number of matches and the top WWE Superstar expectedly featured in the number-one position.

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Check out the list of top 10 wrestlers with the most matches in 2021 (including WWE Raw/WWE Smackdown Live Event matches and dark matches)

10. Dominik Mysterio – 65 Matches (40 Wins)

9. Bobby Lashley – 70 Matches (37 Wins)

8. AJ Styles – 71 Matches (26 Wins)

7. Jimmy Uso – 72 Matches (28 Wins)

6. Big E – 77 Matches (58 Wins)

5. Charlotte Flair – 78 Matches (40 Wins)

4. Jey Uso – 81 Matches (29 Wins)

3. Riddle – 81 Matches (57 Wins)

2. Bianca Belair – 82 Matches (41 Wins)

1. Drew McIntyre – 95 Matches (73 Wins)

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The WWE Smackdown superstar commented on this accolade on Twitter by issuing the following statement, “A tricky holiday tour was just smashed out the park by the SmackDown crew, and to make sure I topped this list I crammed in 10 matches in 5 days!”

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In general, a WWE Raw/WWE Smackdown superstar has to perform in double amount of matches in comparison to these numbers but however, the number of matches is relatively low for 2021 since WWE’s touring was stopped during the first half.

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Drew McIntyre will provide service to the WWE for years to follow given his current status. WWE has built him up as a reckless babyface force for the past couple of years and he could be used as a top draw on any given night. During a recent interview with Fansided, the WWE Smackdown star wished to wrestle for ten more years,

“I was an interesting kid, a little different, there is nothing wrong with being different. At six years old I got my family together for the family meeting my mom, my dad, my brother. I am going to be in WWE one day.

I ain’t going anywhere. I’ll be here as long as I possibly can. I’m 36 years old, everybody thinks I am in my mid-40’s because I debuted when I was so young. I still have at least 10 years in me. Don’t count me out yet.”

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WWE Smackdown: Drew McIntyre Suffering From Legit Neck Injury

Per the earlier reports, Drew McIntyre suffered a storyline injury during the bygone WWE Day 1 pay-per-view event. Now it appears that his injury is a legitimate one due to which he may have to be removed from WWE television for a few weeks.

At Day 1 PPV, Drew McIntyre defeated Madcap Moss in a singles match with Happy Corbin standing at ringside. Once the match was over, the winner was interviewed, backstage when he was brutally assaulted by Happy Corbin and Madcap. They hurt his neck by wrapping a steel chair around it as Corbin hit the chair with a piece of Scaffolding.

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WWE announced after the pay-per-view that Drew McIntyre suffered a cervical neck strain with severe contusions during this backstage attack. It was also noted that upon further evaluation by WWE medical staff, the top superstar from Smackdown will have a follow-up with an orthopedic cervical specialist. Some speculations were obviously there following this announcement as this wasn’t supposed to be just more than a kayfabe thing.

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Drew McIntyre could be out of action

Proving it right, PWInsider provided an update on the former WWE Champion’s current condition. The source stated that Drew McIntyre has been dealing with neck issues for the past several weeks and the injury angle at Day 1 was done to write him off the TV, so he can get his neck checked by undergoing medical testing.

Everything is “up in the air” regarding his WWE status but officials do hope that he will be gone for only a short period of time. There is no timeframe available regarding his return, at this point.

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Multiple people backstage in WWE noted how hard Drew McIntyre has been working for the WWE in the last few weeks. With Universal Champion Roman Reigns out of action for the last few Live Events due to COVID-19, McIntyre took care of the main event slot who also worked two matches at these shows, first a tag team match with The Usos and then a stiff Street Fight in the main event against Sheamus.

One person noted that Drew McIntyre “went down swinging” to a neck injury for the WWE. The last time he was spotted leaving the Day 1 event, he was spotted in a neck brace which proves that his injury is extremely legit.

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WWE Day 1: Top Smackdown Superstar’s Injury Officially Announced

Roman Reigns getting ruled out of WWE Day 1 was not the only big blow for the company, last night. Apart from the main-eventer’s COVID-19 related absence, two Smackdown superstars apparently suffered injuries that put up questions around their future appearances on WWE television.

WWE has announced that Drew McIntyre suffered multiple injuries during the inaugural WWE Day 1 pay-per-view. In the scheduled matchup, McIntyre defeated Madcap Moss in singles action despite Happy Baron Corbin providing distractions from ringside.

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Following the win, McIntyre was interviewed backstage until Moss and Corbin attacked him from behind. He tried to fight the two heels on his own but then a steel chair came into play. Moss and Corbin then wrapped the chair around McIntyre’s head while he was down. Corbin instructed Moss to wrap the chair around McIntyre’s head, and then “Pillmanize” him with a piece of the lighting rig and that’s exactly what happened.

Moss and Corbin then fled away from the scene as officials called for a medic to check on McIntyre. In an update after WWE Day 1, it was announced after the pay-per-view that the top Smackdown Superstar suffered a cervical neck strain with severe contusions during the backstage attack. It was also noted that upon further evaluation by WWE medical staff, the former WWE Champion will also have a follow-up with an orthopedic cervical specialist.

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McIntyre could be out for weeks after WWE Day 1

A cervical neck strain generally takes several days to several weeks to get recovered, depending on the severity. However, it’s yet to be seen whether this is just part of the storylines, or if WWE used the backstage attack angle to write off McIntyre for some time.

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In more news from WWE Day 1, Ridge Holland suffered a broken nose during last night’s Kickoff pre-show. In the scheduled tag team match, Holland and Sheamus took on Cesaro and Ricochet. During the match, Cesaro helped Ricochet flip onto Holland for a pin attempt, but Ricochet’s boot landed flat on Holland’s face, leaving Holland’s nose busted open.

Holland rolled to the floor as he had to be checked on by a WWE medic as Sheamus himself continued the match. Holland never returned to the match as he was taken to the backstage area for further evaluation. The superstar continued to be treated for a broken nose as Sheamus picked up the win at WWE Day 1 by pinning Cesaro with a Brogue Kick.

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Smackdown: WWE Has Big Plans For Drew McIntyre In 2022

Drew McIntyre is one of the current top Superstars in the WWE who can be used as a main-event attraction on any given night. It’s good that the creative team of the WWE churned out a huge in him who was originally released from the WWE for lack of credibility. Since his return in 2017, he’s cemented himself as one of the main draws over the past couple of years.

Drew McIntyre is a former two-time WWE Champion who was the face of the company during the tough pandemic era during the entire 2020. The good times continued for him in early 2021 but then he was used to putting over Bobby Lashley to get downgraded. Now, the UK-native has been sent to Smackdown, and 2022 could be another good year for him, as per the recent reports.

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As per WWE advertisements, Drew McIntyre was set to feature in a six-man tag team match at home shows with The New Day to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos. The top bouts for the January live events now have been modified, with Drew facing the reigning Universal Champion in singles contests. This certainly hints that a top feud might be on the card of the blue brand over the title.

Drew McIntyre could become the next challenger for Universal Title

In storyline-perspective, Drew McIntyre believes that he was denied a title shot as he was left out of a Black Friday battle royal, a few weeks ago and thereby he was excluded from the race of becoming the next challenger for the Universal Title. While the card for McIntyre vs. the Universal Champion is subject to change, big planning is likely to materialize now that Day 1 PPV is over.

Under almost two-decade of experience by his name, Drew McIntyre is a veteran in the business. If utilized properly then the superstar could carry WWE forward for multiple years to follow. Recently, he sat down with Fansided to talk about his career. It was questioned during the conversation whether he is on the back end of his career.

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But, according to Drew McIntyre however, he’s nowhere near to retiring. He believes that at least one more decade of wrestling is left in him,

“I ain’t going anywhere. I’ll be here as long as I possibly can. I’m 36 years old, everybody thinks I am in my mid-40’s because I debuted when I was so young. I still have at least 10 years in me. Don’t count me out yet.”

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Smackdown – Drew McIntyre Discusses Winning Back The WWE Universe

Former two times WWE World Champion Drew McIntyre who is also a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently discussed how he is planning to win back the WWE Universe.

McIntyre made his WWE main roster debut in 2009 after spending one successful year in the Florida Championship Wrestling which was the development Territory of WWE back then. In this one year time period, McIntyre won the FCW World Heavyweight Championship one time.

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Smackdown – Drew McIntyre Discusses Winning Back The WWE Universe

After making the main roster debut in 2009 he won the WWE Intercontinental Championship very early. He started having an undefeated run until it was finally beaten by the Big Red Machine Kane. He was portrayed as The Chosen One by Vince McMahon. He was actually very much a favourite of Vince, he really believed in McIntyre.

But ultimately it was understood that he was not ready for the push he was receiving. As a result he was promoted to a jobber role. And in 2014 he was released by WWE. In 2017 he returned to WWE again after spending three years on the independent circuit and some other promotions as well. Since then he is going really strong.

He won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36 after earning the spot in the main event of the show by winning the Royal Rumble match in the same year. He dropped the title at Hell in a Cell to Randy Orton only to win it back in only two weeks’ times again.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

Champion Drew McIntyre who is also a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently spoke with Shakiel Mahjouri from CBS Sports where he discussed how he is planning to win back the WWE Universe. He said;

“I remember that particular time. It was amazing that the fans stayed so positive for such a long time and the only way we could gauge it was social media. Generally, they are the harshest critics. So they were positive for such a long time until I think I had wrestled with Lashley a couple of times. Even though it had technically only been maybe two matches, it felt like it’d be going on for a long time.

“Perhaps we didn’t do as many interesting things as we could and should have done to keep fans invested. I think they were just over that particular storyline. By the time fans were coming back, there was still a bit of a feeling like we’d had a lot of Drew in our face, which we had. Realistically, we had Drew McIntyre at the top of the card for a year and a half, which in today’s day and age might as well be 20 years with the short attention spans that people have.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

“I was aware of that fully when the crowds were coming back, especially at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view… So as soon as I got the opportunity to cover for all earlier in the night, I had the money in the bag. If you go back and watch it, you hear the initial reaction. When I appeared, I was just glad to hear the noise. Like there was a lot of cheers, but also some booze mixed in there as well, which. Like had before.

“If you watch the duration of the promo, I was back to being just regular Drew. I wasn’t trying any outside-the-box things like ‘Story Time with Drew’.I instantly dropped that crap the second fans came back because I knew it wasn’t gonna work with a live audience. You could hear them cheering by the end of the interview.

“From that moment forward, I kept with what I know works, what brought me to the dance as a main event player, which is just me with the volume turned up. I had fun on the rest of my time on Raw with a live audience being there. Outside of the title scene, fans really started paying attention again and the move to Smackdown was like a whole fresh coat of paint all over again. That was the kind of rebirth again of Drew McIntyre.

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Drew McIntyre Is Satisfied With Whatever He Has Done In His Career

Former two times WWE World Champion Drew McIntyre who is also a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently said that he is satisfied with whatever he had done in his career so far and his achievements.

McIntyre made his WWE main roster debut in 2009 after spending one successful year in the Florida Championship Wrestling which was the development Territory of WWE back then. In this one year time period, McIntyre won the FCW World Heavyweight Championship one time.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

Drew McIntyre Is Satisfied With Whatever He Has Done In His Career

After making the main roster debut in 2009 he won the WWE Intercontinental Championship very early. He started having an undefeated run until it was finally beaten by the Big Red Machine Kane. He was portrayed as The Chosen One by Vince McMahon. He was actually very much a favourite of Vince, he really believed in McIntyre.

But ultimately it was understood that he was not ready for the push he was receiving. As a result he was promoted to a jobber role. And in 2014 he was released by WWE. In 2017 he returned to WWE again after spending three years on the independent circuit and some other promotions as well. Since then he is going really strong.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

He won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36 after earning the spot in the main event of the show by winning the Royal Rumble match in the same year. He dropped the title at Hell in a Cell to Randy Orton only to win it back in only two weeks’ times again.

Drew McIntyre who is also a former two times WWE Tag Team Champion recently spoke to Shakiel Mahjouri from CBS Sports where he said that he is satisfied with whatever he had done in his career so far. He said;

“I’m satisfied with everything I’ve done in my career, especially since I returned to WWE. I want it absolutely. I’ll work for it, but there’s only so much I can control and I work as hard as I can at all the things I can control. If it doesn’t happen, it wasn’t meant to be. But I will get a significant moment on Mania, maybe not in the final match, but it will be in the final match.

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Drew McIntyre. Image Credits: Twitter

“I’ll be making that happen, but I’ll be having that significant moment… Two years ago I won the title with nobody there. It meant the world to me and was necessary during those times. The following year, I’m fighting for the title. Once again, my goodness, two years in a row, what are the chances. A limited capacity crowd at Raymond James Stadium, I’m going to have my moment.

“Then I get choked out, so I don’t get my moment in front of the fans. So maybe Mania might not be my greatest luck charm, but I’ve got a good feeling there’s going to be a significant moment for Drew at a Mania. I’ve got many years left in me. Everybody thinks I’m in my forties already… Even though it feels like I’ve been around forever, I’m still 36. I’ve still got plenty of time left.”

 

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