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Trailer For Drew McIntyre’s Movie With Batista Released

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving Drew McIntyre, Batista and Christian Cage.

• The highly anticipated trailer for “The Killer’s Game,” featuring former WWE Champion Batista, has just been released, creating a buzz among fans and movie enthusiasts alike.

Slated for release on September 13th, “The Killer’s Game” boasts an impressive cast, including Batista as Joe Flood and Ben Kingsley in a leading role. Adding to the star power, WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre steps into the role of Rory Mackenzie, bringing his unique presence to the big screen.

The film also features a stellar lineup with Sofia Boutella, Terry Crews, Scott Adkins, and Pom Klementieff, all contributing to what promises to be an action-packed narrative. The screenplay, crafted by Jay Bonansinga, James Coyne, and Simon Kinberg, sets the stage for a gripping story that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Below is the synopsis:

“In the new action-comedy THE KILLER’S GAME, when top hitman Joe Flood (Dave Bautista) is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he decides to take matters into his own hands – by taking a hit out on himself. But when the very hitmen he hired also target his ex-girlfriend (Sofia Boutella), he must fend off an army of assassin colleagues and win back the love of his life before it’s too late.”

You can watch the trailer below:

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• During an interview on Chris Van Vliet’s Insight podcast, Christian Cage was asked why he left WWE in 2005.

Here’s what the former World Heavyweight Champion said:

“I did a little TV program with Batista. We went over to the UK and he was the biggest babyface star in the company. I was supposed to be a heel and they booed him out of the building and cheered for me.

When that aired in the United States, you didn’t hear any ‘We Want Christian’ and ‘Batista Sucks’ chants. Let’s just put it that way.

Then after that, when we did the triple threat thing with myself and (John) Cena and (Chris) Jericho. When they inserted Chris into that because they didn’t see me as a big enough star at the time to carry a feud with Cena, that bothered me.

You’re not gonna even give me the chance to prove that I can do this? So that was kinda, to me, the writing on the wall.”

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