He finally won the 2020 edition of the Royal Rumble match. A guest on the latest edition of WWE The Bump, Drew McIntyre revealed that he'd love to take on John Cena someday. Drew McIntyre explained: "I called him a couple of times, but we never managed to organize anything.
I will continue to work hard and earn the opportunities I deserve. At the same time, I have to admit that I would love to share the ring with John Cena. I will do everything possible to make this happen," he added. The 16-time world champion will make his return to WWE in the June 27 episode of Raw, which will be staged in Laredo (Texas).
It will be his first appearance since being defeated by Tribal Chief Roman Reigns at SummerSlam 2021. A few days after his return, Cena recalled his early months in WWE: "Early in my career, I often limited myself to doing homework on shows and that approach almost led to my firing.
I will always be grateful to WWE for making my debut in a historic arena against an absolute legend like Kurt Angle, but at the time I was neither ruthless nor aggressive. I was quite submissive and passive, I acted like I was a fan catapulted into the ring."
Latest about Drew
Drew McIntyre faced his friend and rival Sheamus in the latest episode of SmackDown. The match went on file with a no-contest, meaning neither of them qualified for the Money in the Bank ladder match. According to the latest rumors, the Scottish superstar is expected to face the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at 'Clash At The Castle', the event which will take place in Cardiff on 3 September.
The 37-year-old from Ayr is a four-time world champion, having won the WWE Championship twice, once the NXT Championship and once the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. He also held the Intercontinental title once and the Raw Tag Team Championship twice, making him the 31st wrestler in history to complete the Triple Crown.