Drew McIntyre was one of the main protagonists of the last episode of Monday Night Raw, which took place in the night. The wrestler won the Triple Threat Match valid as the Main Event of the evening against AJ Styles and Matt Riddle, pinning the latter after a Claymore.
It was a very close match where all three participants were one step away from the title and where Riddle would also win the match without the intervention of Omos who stopped the wrestler while he was one step away from pinning The Phenomenal One.
In addition to this match that guarantees The Scottish Psychopath to compete for the Match a Money in the Bank Drew McIntyre was the protagonist of another particular segment where, in a promo, he spoke with the commentator and commented on the eternal fight between the English, Scots and Irish.
After a brief rant Drew made it clear that he was making fun of the commentator. During the last episode of Legion of Raw, a former member of the red show's creative team Vince Russo appeared annoyed by how WWE is using the character of Drew McIntyre.
Vince Russo slams Drew McIntyre
Here are his words: "We are in the umpteenth week where we see these promos of Drew McIntyre, our Braveheart, who I know makes fun and keeps joking. Now he seems to follow this trend and honestly is what is going on too long, it seems that he too has understood.
being the one playing the jokes and I honestly don't know where WWE wants to lead this situation. Now the more we see Drew McIntyre every week the more he looks like a huge giant joke." In the last twelve months, especially with the WWE and the McMahon family, Drew McIntyre has represented the WWE in its entirety and especially as regards Raw, he has been the one who, in addition to the title, has given a great contribution to all wrestling fans.
There is curiosity now, given the Bobby Lashley affair, to understand how the company will use one of its best wrestlers on the main roster. Former WWE writer Vince Russo recently opened up about whether he would be interested in a return to the company.
He stated what conditions would have to be met for him to be interested. "If somebody said to me, 'Vince, under what conditions, if any, would you ever go back to the WWE?' I can tell you wholeheartedly that it isn't a money thing," Russo said.
"I'm a 60-year-old dude, just me and my wife, my kids have long been gone from the house... I have everything I could want, maybe when I was 30, would it be about the money? Yes. At 60, it's not about the money."