Modified 21 Could 2020, 18:38 IST
In accordance with WrestleTalk, Vince McMahon and Paul Heyman view Drew McIntyre as somebody who is usually a WWE main-eventer “for years to come back”.
Lately, the likes of Finn Balor, Jinder Mahal and Kofi Kingston have briefly been concerned within the main-event image after profitable World Championships, however they moved again down the cardboard after their title reigns ended.
WrestleTalk’s Louis Dangoor is reporting that, not like these three Superstars, Drew McIntyre is about to stay certainly one of WWE’s high points of interest for a number of years.
“Our sources have confirmed to us that WWE administration has been so impressed with Drew in current weeks, that they see him as a foremost eventer for years to come back. We’ve been advised that his title reign will nearly undoubtedly not be a one-off like we’ve seen with Finn Balor, Jinder Mahal and Kofi Kingston lately, so anticipate to see him on the high of the cardboard for the foreseeable future.”
Drew McIntyre as WWE Champion
Drew McIntyre defeated Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship in the principle occasion of WrestleMania 36.
Since then, he has retained the WWE Championship towards The Massive Present and Seth Rollins, whereas he’s at present making ready to defend his title towards Bobby Lashley on the Backlash pay-per-view.
The WrestleTalk report added that WWE has been impressed with the work that Drew McIntyre has carried out with the media over the previous couple of months.
It additionally talked about that Vince McMahon and Paul Heyman consider the Scot may very well be a figurehead of WWE and RAW within the coming years, and the corporate may even construct the whole roster round him.
The most recent episode of RAW noticed Drew McIntyre defeat King Corbin in a non-title Model-to-Model invitational match.
With MVP by his facet, Bobby Lashley watched the nine-minute encounter from the highest of the doorway ramp to take a more in-depth have a look at the person he’ll problem for the WWE Championship at Backlash.