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 also opened up about his previous neck injury recently.

The Scottish Warrior was said to be rehabbing as hard as John Cena in order to make his return before WrestleMania 38 after suffering a neck injury. Despite this, he made his return at the Royal Rumble on January 29th to the shock of fans everywhere around the world.

While speaking on WWE’s The Bump, Drew McIntyre said that it feels great he was able to come back so quickly. McIntyre revealed that he was told he could miss WrestleMania 38 after the neck injury as well.

“I feel great that I was able to come back so quickly. Initially, it was a little bit scary. Everyone saw what Happy and Madcap did to me. But speaking to the doctor, doing some tests afterwards, there were some lingering issues going on and I was informed, ‘Hey never mind making the Rumble, you may not be making Mania the way you’re looking right now.’ It took a couple of weeks, a couple of doctors, some serious rehab, and some serious determination. Thankfully, I was cleared and was able to come back at the Rumble. I’ve been a 100% ever since, on TV, live events. Absolutely nothing is ever going to stop me. There is a very good reason why I am called the Terminator.”


Drew McIntyre is set to square off against Happy Corbin at WrestleMania 38. It remains to be seen how the match will turn out to be, as not many fans are excited about it at all.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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