Drew McIntyre talks about Joe Hendry

Beautiful exchange of respect between the two Scots

by Simone Brugnoli
Drew McIntyre talks about Joe Hendry
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In recent months there has been a real boom in popularity for Joe Hendry, a Scottish athlete of TNA who has achieved huge success thanks to his theme song “I Believe in Joe Hendry” which climbed the UK charts reaching huge success, with many fans who have started singing it and even using it a bit as a meme.

And since WWE and TNA are collaborating, as we saw with the presence of Jordynne Grace in NXT, the WWE Universe has started to clamor on social media to have Joe Hendry at Clash at the Castle perhaps involved in something with Drew McIntyre, with the Scottish Warrior who spoke about him interviewed by Tom Campbell of Cultaholic: “I believe in Joe Hendry.

He really does. He’s doing great and I’m very, very proud of him, especially, you know, for putting the song so high in the charts and causing as much of a stir as he has. He deserved a great opportunity, and thankfully he was able to shine at IMPACT and I’m sure he’ll continue to go forward and make his ascent.

The sky’s the limit. He can do anything. He’s very talented in the ring and obviously on the mic. But the videos are next level, and I’m sure fans of this channel have seen the 'I’m Drew' video to the tune of [Eiffel 65’s] 'I’m Blue.'

If you haven’t already, check it out”.

Drew McIntyre opens up on Joe Hendry

After this beautiful praise, the TNA wrestler himself wanted to respond to Drew McIntyre, struck by his words, writing on his X account: “You have no idea how much this means to me.

Drew McIntyre is the best”. After 266 days, Joe Hendry sees his reign as Digital Media Champion come to an end. The belt born in October 2021 that saw Jordynne Grace as the first champion in that edition of Bound For Glory, has become decidedly interesting thanks to this reign of the Scotsman with his promos, segments and multiple defenses.

A decidedly unique fact for the Canadian federation that sees a long list of new champions for its roster inside Slammiversary. It starts with the Kick-off in which Kenny King unfairly overtook Joe Hendry thus snatching the Digital Media Championship from him, a belt that the Scotsman had definitely made his own being the longest reigning champion.

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