Drew McIntyre remains one of the top Superstars in WWE and certainly has a lot of passion for the pro wrestling business. He is a former two-time WWE Champion and was the face of the company during the pandemic era as the WWE Champion. He is also never afraid to give advice to his peers whenever needed.
At the end of this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Drew McIntyre confronted WWE Champion Big E and challenged him. McIntyre was waiting patiently for this opportunity.
While speaking to Miguel Leiva of Planeta Wrestling, Drew McIntyre revealed that he was patiently waiting for months for Bobby Lashley to finally drop the WWE Championship, so that he can go after the title again.
“You know, when Lashley and MVP cost me my WWE title win at Hell In A Cell, I had a stipulation where I couldn’t fight for the championship again if I lost,” Drew McIntyre said. “However I made it very clear, when Lashley stopped being champion, he was going to go for the championship. I’ve been waiting for the last few months for Lashley to lose the title, the night Big E won the championship I was at the show a little earlier, but I had to prepare for the WWE European tour.
So this week was the first opportunity I had to face Big E, someone who truly deserves that championship. There is a Draft on Friday, I don’t know if I’m going to be drafted to SmackDown, but my intention is to stay on WWE RAW, Big E is there and I want to go for the WWE title. In the case of being drafted to SmackDown, I would like to go for the Universal championship.”
It remains to be seen if Drew McIntyre will once again get a WWE Championship opportunity or not, as it has been quite a while since his last WWE Championship match.