Drew McIntyre might be sticking around in WWE after all.
Speculation around Drew McIntyre’s future has been running wild since it was first reported in April that he was yet to agree terms on a new contract. This was followed by reports suggesting he was unconvinced by his recent creative and felt the finances on offer were below what he’s worth.
Despite the latest update noting McIntyre is yet to sign a new contract, he’s been featured in a high-profile position on Raw in recent weeks. Furthermore, McIntyre appears on the latest poster for Bash In Berlin. Crucially, the event isn’t set to take place until August 31st, 2024, four months after it’s believed that the Scottish star’s current contract expires.
It should be noted that this isn’t confirmation that a new agreement has been reached.
While McIntyre is featured prominently on the promotional material for the event, Roman Reigns is absent, sparking rumours he could miss the event.
Drew McIntyre Joins Forces With Judgment Day
On the November 13th episode of Raw, Drew McIntyre completed his long-hinted at heel turn by costing Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes victory and the Tag Team Titles. The show went off the air with McIntyre and Rhea Ripley shaking hands at the top of the ramp, confirming the new alliance.
It’s been speculated that McIntyre will team with the group at Survivor Series inside WarGames.