“You’ve Been There for me Since I was 19” – Drew McIntyre Appreciates Fellow WWE Superstar

Published 10/06/2020, 2:02 AM EDT


WWE Superstars are usually involved in on-screen rivalries. Well, that’s the essence of the company. However, when the time comes, Superstars ensure that they let the fans know who has been there for them. Drew McIntyre, the WWE Champion, revealed a similar story to the fans.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

WWE Superstar, Sheamus, took to Twitter to express the admiration he holds for the current WWE Champion. As a response, McIntyre thanked him for being a part of his journey from the very beginning.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Moreover, Drew McIntyre revealed that Sheamus’s contribution to his story, through the highs and lows, has not gone unnoticed. This brief exchange of words between the two Superstars is quite opposite to the type of conversations Superstars usually have on social media.

What is going on with Drew McIntyre?

Drew McIntyre continues to be in a feud with Randy Orton over the WWE Championship. At WWE Clash of Champions, McIntyre retained the title by defeating the ‘Viper’ in an Ambulance Match.

The stipulation of the match required the winner to shove the other inside an ambulance and close both doors. Both of them showcased great performances. Unfortunately for Orton, the ghosts from his past came haunting.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

The legends whom Orton put on his victim list came to support Drew McIntyre during the match. The Big Show attacked him while he was in the ring, allowing McIntyre the time to recover.

Next, when Orton and McIntyre took the match backstage, Christian bashed Orton. Just when Orton had finally overpowered Drew McIntyre, Shawn Michaels attacked him. Finally, Ric Flair drove away the ambulance once Orton was inside with doors shut.

There is no saying how the storyline will move forward. If Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre battle at Hell in a Cell, then the speculation is that Orton will finally defeat McIntyre. The primary reason being that WWE plans to have an Orton vs. Edge, pt. 3. It is likely that Orton will hold the championship belt if he faces Edge at WrestleMania.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Coming to the possibility of Orton winning, McIntyre is two and O against The Legend Killer. However, he had the 5-to-1 advantage over Randy Orton at Clash of Champions. There’s no saying what will happen when the two of them are locked in a cell without any interference.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury

1375 articles

Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT