Drew McIntyre has been an important part of WWE since his return to the company in 2017. He went on to become a big star on the main roster after winning the WWE Championship in 2020 and has been one of the workhorses in WWE for the past couple of years.
The Scottish Warrior did not appear on WWE programming for several months following his loss in the Intercontinental Championship Triple-Threat match between him, Sheamus and GUNTHER at WrestleMania 39 – Night 2.
McIntyre’s sudden disappearance from television led to rumors of him possibly leaving WWE when his contract expires. Some fans even speculated that he would debut for AEW at the All In pay-per-view in UK last month, but that did not happen as McIntyre already returned to WWE at Money In The Bank back in June.
Speaking to the Hindustan Times before this past Friday’s WWE Superstar Spectacle event in India, McIntyre commented on the rumors about his WWE contract.
Here’s what he said:
“I mean, I keep reading the internet myself. I just saw something earlier. The internet keeps talking about my future, I guess. But my focus is on the here and now like I don’t look to the future, I don’t look to the past, I look to the present.
I’ll continue to give the best performance I can give at every show, and I can see I don’t plan to be anywhere else. That’s as much as I can give.”
As noted before, PWInsider Elite reported that McIntyre will be under WWE contract until at least until WrestleMania 40 in April 2024. However, he hasn’t signed an extension yet.
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