WATCH: Drew McIntyre Turns Heel by Attacking Former Bloodline Member to End WWE Raw Ahead of Key Survivor Series Clash

Published 11/13/2023, 11:24 PM EST

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Drew McIntyre has endured a tough time over the past few weeks. The star hasn’t had any title wins over the past few PLEs and was overall frustrated with his story. While many speculated that this might be the catalyst for his heel turn, they were not wrong.

Drew McIntyre has a new persona now

During the tag team match at this week’s Monday Night Raw between Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes versus Finn Balor and Damian Priest, Drew McIntyre showed up when all hope seemed lost for the Judgment Day. At this moment, the 38-year-old star attacked Uso with a Claymore kick, knocking him out. This helped Finn Balor to pin Uso down, thus securing the win. After the fight, we saw McIntyre shaking hands with Rhea Ripley.


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On the 11/13 episode of Monday Night Raw, all the speculations suggested by fans came true. The wrestling legion had picked up on the clues laid out by WWE over the past couple of weeks. Their suggestion of a frustrated McIntyre turning into the Scottish Psychopath came true, eventually.


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While many thought he would attack Seth Rollins following his defeat at Crown Jewel to exact revenge, that was not the case. Instead, he attacked the main event star of the evening, Jey Uso, to settle a score from the past.

But in all fairness, his attack on Jey Uso was justifiable. After all, he has a past with the Jey Uso and his whole family.


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Why does McIntyre hate Jey Uso?

At the Clash of the Castle Premium Live Event, McIntyre was moments away from becoming the next Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. However, his plans were foiled by none other than the enforcer of Bloodline, Solo Sikoa. This led to his unpredictable loss, thus pushing him down a bit. This was the moment that he started hating the Bloodline. He had vowed that he would, in fact, one day exact his revenge on the entire stable.


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After a few months, Jey Uso made his transition to Monday Night Raw with the help of Cody Rhodes. Even though he was not a part of the Bloodline anymore, McIntyre still considered him as a member of the heel faction. Thus, he always had this urge to attack Uso to get his revenge. Over time, he started developing hatred for faces as well and none of the ‘good guys’ came in to help him in times of need. Eventually, his frustration reached the brim, and he took this action. From making a confession to Seth Rollins to turning heel, what do you think will be next for the Scottish Psychopath?

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Written by:

Shaikh Aerajuddin


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Amal Joyce