Drew McIntyre is still one of WWE’s most popular superstars. Although he is a very popular superstar right now, he didn’t become famous while working for the WWE. In fact, his first run with the WWE wasn’t very good for him.
He wasn’t used as much as he is now during his first run. He eventually quit the WWE to join Impact Wrestling. At Impact Wrestling, he became one of their biggest stars. After spending some time at Impact Wrestling, Drew rejoined the WWE.
His second run in the WWE has been relatively successful for him. He has fought and beat some of WWE’s best wrestlers and has won most of the major titles that that WWE has.
Drew McIntyre Will Reportedly Be Present for WrestleMania 40 If Required
This year has been kind of a whirlwind for Drew.
He had a huge match at WrestleMania 39, and then had to leave WWE programming for an extended amount of time. While he was gone, a number of rumors about Drew’s future in the WWE started spreading. Some of the rumors suggested that Drew was frustrated with the some of the creative decisions that WWE was taking related to him.
There were also news about Drew’s contract expiring soon. According to PWInsider Elite, Dew’s contract will expire in April 2024. This means that he will be available for WrestleMania 40, which will take place in Philadelphia.
This means that the time he spent away from the WWE has been added to his current deal. The report also indicated that the WWE is focusing on merging with Endeavor and UFC. So that means that the WWE has not offered him a contract extension at this stage.
Many reporters state that there will be huge changes when the WWE merges with UFC. Many people will be laid off according to those reporters. Drew made his WWE return in July. Since then, he has never indicated that he is displeased about his role in the WWE, and has indicated that he is focused on only his short-term future.
"I keep reading the internet myself. I just saw something earlier. The internet keeps talking about my future, I guess," he told The Hindustan Times during WWE's tour of India. "My focus is on the here and now. I don't look to the future.
I don't look to the past. I look to the present. My job right now is just making sure we give everybody in Hyderabad the best show possible, and I'll continue to give the best performance I can give at every show ... I don't plan to be anywhere else."