The two-time WWE Champion Drew McIntyre recently had an interview with DAZN and discussed about several topics including Big E winning the WWE Title. McIntyre said that he was very happy for Big E winning the title and says nobody deserves to hold the title more than Big E.

“I was just like everybody else on planet earth, ecstatic,” said McIntyre. “There’s nobody that deserves to be WWE Champion more than Big E. I’ve watched him come through FCW to NXT to start on the (main) roster as a very serious character which is not the real him to teaming with the New Day guys, initially as a serious group and finally shown their personality, getting over a huge and paying his dues while being such a nice guy the whole time and finally winning the big one. I was over the moon for him. The whole world is over the moon for him. I just feel really bad that he’s champion because I have to take it off of him because I want it back.”

.@WWEBigE and @DMcIntyreWWE know the journey, sacrifice and hard work towards becoming #WWEChampion.


— WWE (@WWE) October 5, 2021

During the same interview, the Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre also talked about turning heel and stated that he will go with the flow and see how fans reacts to it. He also further stated that he will always do what’s right for him and currently, he’s excited for program with Big E.
“I’m going to go with the flow and see what happens, and the fans will react accordingly,” said McIntyre. “Everything I do, I don’t see it as like, ‘I’m a bad guy now’. Whatever my motivation is the fans are going to react accordingly to whatever perhaps I’m feeling at the time. Sometimes they’re going to agree. Sometimes they’re going to disagree.”

“But I’m always going to do what I feel is right for me,” he added. “I’ve been around for over 20 years. I’m going to do what feels right for Drew McIntyre. If they cheer, that’s cool. If they boo, that’s cool. But a program between Drew McIntyre and Big E, that’d be pretty exciting. As Big E likes to say, ‘Two big guys slapping meat is an easy story to sell’.”
Currently, Drew McIntyre set to challenge Big E for the WWE Championship at WWE Crown Jewel pay-per-view at Saudi Arabia on October 21st, 2021. On the recent WWE Draft, former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre moved to Smackdown from Raw.

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