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Drew Mcintyre Makes Major Accusation About WWE Officials Following The Draft

Drew McIntyre (Via WWE/Twitter)

Drew McIntyre expressed his disappointment after being drafted to RAW in the third round during Night 2 of the WWE Draft. In an interview on The Pat McAfee Show, he raised concerns about the behavior of RAW General Manager Adam Pearce and SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis during the Draft, suggesting they were intoxicated.

McIntyre’s frustration was evident as he questioned the decision-making process that led to his placement in the draft. He mentioned his lack of anger but rather a sense of bewilderment at the situation. Speculating about the influence of alcohol on the drafting process, McIntyre humorously suggested that the general managers might have been drunk from Friday to Monday, leading to unexpected draft picks like himself being chosen in the third round.

The Scottish Warrior’s journey to becoming a WWE Superstar was inspired by a WrestleMania 13 match between Bret Hart and Stone Cold Steve Austin. Reflecting on his childhood in Scotland, McIntyre shared how witnessing the emotional connection between the wrestlers and the audience during that match motivated him to pursue a career in professional wrestling.

Drew McIntyre (Via WWE/Twitter)

Starting his training at the age of 15, McIntyre honed his skills in England before entering the world of independent wrestling promotions. His dedication and hard work eventually paid off when he signed with WWE in late 2007.

McIntyre’s accusation sheds light on the behind-the-scenes dynamics of the WWE Draft and adds a humorous yet critical perspective on the decision-making process. His personal journey from a young wrestling enthusiast to a seasoned WWE Superstar showcases his passion for the industry and the impact of iconic matches on his career development.

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