Drew McIntyre is currently one of the most vocal rivals in WWE, directing a considerable amount of animosity, especially towards CM Punk. Therefore, it comes as no surprise McIntyre channeled Punk’s All Out meltdown in his latest shot at Seth Rollins.

Drew McIntyre has rejected an invitation from his WrestleMania opponent, Seth Rollins, to collaborate in taking on their shared adversaries, The Bloodline. McIntyre prioritized his own interests over alliances and criticized Seth Rollins for meddling in others’ affairs for personal gain.

In response, the World Heavyweight Champion expressed his frustration with McIntyre’s remarks, stating that he has tirelessly worked to create opportunities for individuals like him to excel on significant platforms. The two would engage in a heated Twitter feud recently which certainly intrigued fans.

The Scottish Warrior took to Twitter and uploaded a short video of him taking down Seth Rollins on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. Not only that, he directly mentioned CM Punk’s explosive outburst as part of the 2022 AEW All Out media scrum, where he went after Adam Page, calling him an empty-headed dumbf***.


”What did I ever do in this world to deserve an empty-headed, ******* dumb **** like Seth Rollins to go out on national TV and go into business for himself”

The two dynamic RAW stars are scheduled to face off in the co-main event of WrestleMania Night 2, with the World Heavyweight title on the line. As the road to WrestleMania 40 nears its conclusion, the evolution of this feud over the next few weeks will undoubtedly be intriguing.

Do you feel Drew McIntyre is the ultimate hater now? Let us know in the comments section below!

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