Drew McIntyre's WWE contract soon to expire creates question on his WrestleMania 40 match

Drew McIntyre has provided an update on his future step, addressing speculations surrounding his contract status.

Drew McIntyre in a file photo [Image Credits: Instagram@dmcintyrewwe)
By Blesson Daniel | Mar 19, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Drew McIntyre has provided an update on his future step, addressing speculations surrounding his contract status. Drew McIntyre’s future has been the subject of much curiosity, as his current contract is set to end after WrestleMania in April.

Despite nothing being stated as official, recent indicators suggest that he will eventually continue with the organization. McIntyre spoke with The Ringer about the speculations surrounding his contract status. McIntyre stated that he wanted to continue having fun.

“It’s very important to me, having a new contract. It’s been talked about for a very long time on the internet. I’m not the only one whose contract comes up every few years or whatever, but you would think it, reading the internet.

“There is nothing I can say right now. I can say that I’m having fun. I can say that I intend to continue having fun and I’m in my prime. I’m younger than everyone thinks I am because I’ve been around for such a long time.

“I have years to go. No matter what, you’ll still see Drew McIntyre wrestling. I can say ‘or Drew Galloway’ and that would get everyone’s attention.”

Drew McIntyre vs Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 40

The Scottish Warrior will finally get the opportunity to capture a global championship in front of a crowd when he fights global Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins at The Showcase of the Immortals.

McIntyre has been on a personal vengeance since Jey Uso was transferred to Raw late last year, turning into a bitter version of the once-popular Superstar. The Scottish Warrior has put The Visionary in his way to win gold in front of the WWE Universe, since his last two world title victories came in empty arenas.

Despite McIntyre’s nasty streak, the Scottish Warrior was unable to defeat Rollins the two times he faced him at WWE Crown Jewel and WWE Day 1, thanks in part to Damian Priest’s Money in the Bank cash-in efforts.

After beating Randy Orton, Kevin Owens, Logan Paul, LA Knight, and Bobby Lashley in the Elimination Chamber, McIntyre will face The Architect at WrestleMania to ultimately capture the World Heavyweight Title.

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