Drew McIntyre is one of the most established WWE Superstars in the past decade, as he won the WWE Championship twice. McIntyre remains absent from WWE television and his status is still up in the air. Now it appears that Eric Bischoff Believes Drew McIntyre debuting at AEW All In would turn Wembley Stadium inside out.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Drew McIntyre was injured. The injury took place before his highly acclaimed triple threat match against GUNTHER and Sheamus at WrestleMania 39. After the match, he has been absent from in-ring competition.

Drew McIntyre seems to be up in the air regarding his deal with the company, and he is still off WWE television due to the injury. Reports have also suggested that he isn’t happy with his creative direction in WWE.

With AEW All In set to take place at Wembley Stadium on August 27, fans have started wondering whether McIntyre would go to AEW. While speaking on his 83 Weeks podcast, Eric Bischoff talked about McIntyre debuting at All In. Bischoff stated that he believes Drew McIntyre debuting at AEW All In would turn Wembley Stadium inside out.


I think McIntyre debuting at All In would turn Wembley Stadium inside out.

With Drew, I could see a scenario where he thinks ‘You know what? I still got gas in my tank and I want to see if I can climb a little higher’. And if Drew is getting the sense that he’s getting lost in the shuffle creatively or if there’s no opportunity [in WWE] I could see him making the move. It’s not always about the money and going to AEW, the money’s gonna be there for Drew if that happens. He’s not going to be hurting for cash that’s for sure.”

Drew McIntyre was also advised to make the jump to AEW for a fresh start. Only time will tell whether The Scottish Warrior will make his way to Tony Khan’s company in time for AEW All In on August 27.

What’s your view on what Eric Bischoff said? Do you think Drew McIntyre will debut in AEW? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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