Superstar Stats

Drew McIntyre







Ayr, Scotland

Signature Move

Claymore; Glasgow Kiss

Entrance Video

Drew McIntyre

Career Highlights

WWE Champion; World Heavyweight Champion; 2020 Men's Royal Rumble Match winner; Intercontinental Champion; WWE Tag Team Champion; Raw Tag Team Champion; NXT Champion; Raw's Gold Medal of Excellence

Drew McIntyre: Bio

Drew McIntyre

While many fellow 15-year-olds were worried about sitting at the “popular table” at lunchtime, Drew McIntyre was already training to become a WWE Superstar. He didn’t have to wait terribly long to achieve his dream, either, as the endlessly athletic Scotsman skyrocketed from the U.K. independent scene to WWE before he was old enough to rent a car.

After an unexpected departure ended his first WWE run in 2014, McIntyre emerged back on the scene in 2017 and quickly rose to unprecedented heights. “The Scottish Warrior” came back bigger and badder than ever, riding a wave of momentum all the way to the main event of WrestleMania 36, where he defeated Brock Lesnar to capture his first WWE Championship. With an impressive list of title defenses already under his belt, McIntyre seems to be right at home embracing his Scottish heritage and warrior-like mentality.

McIntyre will not hesitate to drop any opponent with his patented Claymore, as the WWE Universe has seen him do already to the likes of Big Show, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins and many more. At the end of the day, the man just loves a good fight, and he is not the slightest bit shy about letting his counterparts know exactly that.

After being drafted to Raw during the 2023 WWE Draft, The Scottish Warrior slowly started to change his outlook on life, following Jey Uso's arrival to Raw. With most of his fellow Superstars suggesting McIntyre should forgive Uso, McIntyre refused, having lost his chance to become WWE Undisputed Universal Champion due to the actions of The Bloodline. With this, McIntyre started to only look out for himself, leaving fellow Raw Superstars like Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston to be brutalized by their adversaries. McIntyre cemented his penchant for anger by teaming with The Judgment Day inside WarGames at Survivor Series: WarGames, albeit in a losing effort. McIntyre then turned his attention back to World Heavyweight Champion Seth "Freakin" Rollins headbutting him on the Raw after Survivor Series: WarGames.

At WrestleMania XL, The Scottish Warrior finally won a world title in front of live fans after defeating Seth "Freakin" Rollins for the World Heavyweight Title. Moments after winning the title, however, he was cashed in on by Money in the Bank holder Damian Priest, who took away his thunder and his title.

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