Drew Mclntyre Commits To Keep Using Social Media Despite Losing 40 Matches, Shenanigans

In recent months, Drew McIntyre has become well-known, winning over followers with his engaging social media persona.

His aggressive approach, which focuses mostly on rival wrestlers like CM Punk and Seth Rollins, has drawn a lot of notice. McIntyre is steadfast in his devotion to his online identity despite losing at WrestleMania 40.

Drew McIntyre (Credit: ESPN)

The Social Media Star of WWE

It was hailed as a noteworthy accomplishment when McIntyre defeated Seth Rollins to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 40. McIntyre’s efforts to WWE throughout the epidemic era were recognized despite recent controversy.

But his time in power was short-lived, as a disagreement with CM Punk allowed Damian Priest to take advantage of him and cash in.

Despite the setback, McIntyre used Twitter to reassure followers that he would still be active on the platform. He’s still determined to playfully roast people and engage in clever banter despite the setback.

Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre (Credit: ESPN)

On Monday Night RAW, though, McIntyre’s pursuit of retribution encountered yet another roadblock when CM Punk’s meddling robbed him a chance to challenge Damian Priest for the championship. Fans are excited to see what McIntyre will do next in the WWE as he navigates this difficult time.