Drew McIntyre Says His WWE WrestleMania 36 Moment Won't Be How He Envisioned It
The Scottish Psychopath will enter an empty Suplex City...
WrestleMania 36 is less than two weeks away and one of the nights is set to be main evented by Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship. Since winning the Men's Royal Rumble match, The Scottish Psychopath has been on a collision course with The Beast as he looks to finally fulfil his WWE destiny as The Chosen One.
While the match was originally scheduled to take place in front of 70,000 screaming fans at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, McIntyre will now try to win the WWE title in an empty WWE Performance Center as the coronavirus pandemic has forced the company to relocate The Showcase Of The Immortals.
During a recent interview with Alistair McGeorge at Metro, McIntyre admitted this isn't how he envisioned he would win his first world title in the company, but he is keen to make the most of it as he said this will still be a WrestleMania no one will ever forget.
The former Intercontinental Champion said: "Nothing is ever done the easy way. I've had a lot of roadblocks put in the way, be it outside forces or myself. It's not a battle that I'm fighting myself, it's a battle the world is fighting. But nevertheless, we're going to get there, we've got WrestleMania over two days now, so no matter what, I'll still beat Brock Lesnar for the title. It may not be how I envisioned it in my head, but I assure you, the world's never going to forget this WrestleMania."