Drew McIntyre mesmerizes the WWE Universe with his in-ring performances and captivating persona. The Scottish Warrior has been out of action for a while due to an injury. However, a recent report has confirmed that McIntyre would be back inside the squared circle around Christmas.

Drew McIntyre was involved in a heated feud with Karrion Kross over the summer, which culminated at WWE Crown Jewel as McIntyre picked up the win over Kross in a Steel Cage match. The Scottish Warrior further participated in the WarGames match at WWE Survivor Series and was reportedly working injured until the December 4th house event in Portland.

The former WWE Champion is suffering from an eardrum injury, and he was evaluated by the doctors to check the nature and seriousness of the injury. He announced on December 5th that he was medically disqualified from competing. However, according to a recent report by PW Insider, Drew McIntyre is slated to be a part of the upcoming show on December 26th in Madison Square Garden. Here is the match card for the show.

*Drew McIntyre & Kevin Owens & Braun Strowman & Sheamus vs. The Usos & Sami Zayn & Solo Sikoa.

*WWE Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ricochet vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Santos Escobar – Ladder Match.

*Bray Wyatt, Liv Morgan, Karrion Kross, Scarlett, Hit Row to appear.

Drew McIntyre recently returned from a WWE promotional tour to India. This was done in preparation for a major WWE live event planned to take place in Hyderabad in January 2023. This will be their first live event to take place in India after 5 years.

Are you excited to see Drew McIntyre back in action at MSG? Sound off in the comments!

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