Drew McIntyre: There's No Bigger Match In WWE Than Me Versus John Cena
The Scottish Warrior still wants Cena one-on-one
Drew McIntyre has once again talked up the possibility of him wrestling John Cena in a huge singles match, saying there is no bigger match that can happen in WWE.
McIntyre has been open about his desire to face the 16-time WWE Champion in the future, amid speculation that Cena is set to return to the promotion in the coming weeks.
Cena is reported to be booked in for a huge match on the SmackDown side at SummerSlam, with a bout against Roman Reigns rumoured to be scheduled for the show, but McIntyre is keen for his chance to meet Cena in singles action.
Speaking with Melissa Nathoo of On Demand Entertainment, when asked about a match with Cena, McIntyre said: "100% I hope it does happen.
"I’ve been around John since I was 22 years old. I just turned 36 last week and we’ve never had a significant singles match. We’ve actually never had any singles match, which blows my mind. We’ve been in tag matches together, multi-man matches together, but never had a singles match.
"Where I’m at today career-wise, managing to reach the top in the industry after so many ups and downs and where John is at, he’s at another level right now. He’s conquered WWE and he’s conquering Hollywood now.
"He still loves WWE more than anything and wants to come back to help and have those big matches. There’s no bigger match as far as I’m concerned than John Cena vs. Drew McIntyre."