Drew McIntyre on Facing Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37

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Drew McIntyre on Facing Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37

Drew McIntyre is a former WWE Champion and he recently spoke about facing Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37. Drew McIntyre actually lost his WWE Title to Bobby Lashley a while back. He will get a chance to win his title back at WrestleMania 37.

WrestleMania is the most important PPV that WWE has and Drew recently stated that he is looking forward to it. WrestleMania will most likely have a live crowd as tickets are being sold for the event. However, Drew is looking forward to facing Bobby Lashley as he has faced Bobby many times before.

In fact, they were in a very important match at TNA Slammiversary 2016.

Drew McIntyre is Looking Forward To Facing Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37

“I am so excited about this match for a number of reasons. People are talking, that’s what I care about most,” said McIntyre.

“A few of the matches I was involved in, I was trying to pull people up—Randy Orton, obviously, I had to step up to him—but a few times I was trying to pull people up. Right now, I’ve cemented my name this past year, Lashley has stepped up so much this year, we’re both [at the same level], people are talking about this match and that’s the most important thing.

Whoever’s side you’re on, that’s cool, as long as you’re invested. “This is two people who have worked their butts off, for almost 20 years apiece, to get to the top of the card; who were destined for greatness in our early years, left the company—worked so hard to get back to the company”.

We do not know on which night the WWE title will be defended. However, Drew is happy with the event being split over the weekend. “WrestleMania is amazing, but sometimes it’s a bit much,” Drew McIntyre said.

“It’s huge, it’s a spectacle, it’s unbelievable, there’s no show like it on earth. But sometimes it goes about seven hours, and even the most passionate, loyal fan in the world gets a bit hoarse after maybe four or five hours.

So, if you’re able to give everyone a whole weekend of WrestleMania—especially in the future, when we start traveling, and they’re just going to have an amazing weekend planned, and you get one night of a few hours of amazing action; then perhaps you want to do the second of a few hours of amazing action—you get that energy from beginning to end, I think the two days really is a cool thing and I hope we stick with it going into the future”.