WWE broadcast its first event on Peacock on Sunday and fans tuning in to Fastlane 2021 witnessed multiple title matches and the break-up of a faction.
WWE and NBCUniversal made the $200 million per year deal back in January and WWE Network in the United States will soon be a thing of the past.
Peacock reportedly has 11.3 million active subscribers and Drew McIntyre is confident WWE Network's move will lead to more eyes on WWE programming.
The Scottish Warrior told Popculture.com: "We're very excited about it, the Superstars especially. This is such a huge move. With WWE, we're bringing our incredibly passionate fanbase over to Peacock. With Peacock, there's a huge fanbase as it is. This is a great merger and so unbelievably exciting. The content you get into one platform with Saved by the Bell, The Office, Yellowstone, Parks and Recreation. These are shows I absolutely love.
"The Superstars are so excited about it. All these eyeballs are going to be on the product and making new fans. Because in the end, that's what it's all about to us. We know if you check WWE out one time, we're going to make a fan for life."