Drew McIntyre hits out at WWE superstars complaining online about their booking


In recent months, there has been a stir of unhappiness in the WWE amongst some superstars as they haven't been happy with their booking direction.

Dean Ambrose is set to leave WWE soon as he doesn't like his booking direction with the company. Luke Harper has asked for his release from the company and isn't expected to wrestle for WWE again.

The Revival, Gallows and Anderson, and Sasha Banks have all reportedly been unhappy with their creative direction as well and it has been reported they've either threatened to leave or not renew their current deals with the company.

In light of this, Drew McIntyre was asked in a recent interview with to The State Journal-Register, via Wrestling News, for his thoughts on WWE superstars complaining about their current position in the company online.

The Scottish Psychopath responded that they'll turn to online when they're upset instead of working harder in the gym or in the ring in order to see different results.

He said: “I can look around now and see people who have lost perspective. They’re perhaps tweeting about how upset they are and their lack of opportunity instead of bettering themselves or working harder outside of the ring.

"They’re clearly not going to the gym and they don’t have that fire anymore, and I understand it because I was there. And I can spot it because I was that guy.


“It’s my job and my character’s job to get rid of those who don’t necessarily have that fire and remind me of my younger self.”

McIntyre was originally fired from the WWE in 2014 while he was part of 3MB with Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal.

However, he used his time on the independent circuit to reinvent himself, becoming one of the biggest indies stars at the time, which in turn forced WWE to bring him back.

Upon his return to the WWE, The Scottish Psychopath became one of the top superstars in NXT, winning the NXT Championship, before jumping back to the main roster in the 2018 Superstar Shake-up.


Now, a year later, McIntyre is being highly tipped to be in the Universal Championship by the end of the year at the very least, and possibly walk into WrestleMania 36 as Universal Champion.

McIntyre has certainly gone about it the right way to rebuild himself into a major star, but it doesn't always work for everyone.

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