Drew McIntyre has claimed Tyson Fury is messaging him every day on social media as the rivalry between the two continues to build.
McIntyre and Fury have both hyped a potential meeting between the former WWE Champion and the WBC World Heavyweight Champion, with the Scotsman keen to make it happen at a significant WWE pay-per-view in the United Kingdom.
Fury has accepted a wrestling match with McIntyre but it is yet to happen due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, but it appears both McIntyre and Fury are both still keen to make it happen, with the latter in constant contact with McIntyre.
McIntyre told The Big Issue: "Tyson Fury is stalking me. It’s the most bizarre sentence. I’d wake up every day and I’ve got another message on social media from Tyson Fury. Maybe I should answer him.
"The UK deserves a significant pay-per-view. It’s such an incredible fanbase, a huge audience, they’re so passionate.
"There hasn’t been a huge show since 1992 when we sold out Wembley Stadium with over 80,000 people. I want to make that happen again, be that at Hampden or Ibrox or wherever it may be. Maybe Wembley again.
"But if it takes myself and Tyson Fury to draw some outside eyeballs besides just the WWE fans – the new WWE fans, we’ll call them – I want to make it happen."
Fury made his WWE debut in 2019, facing Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia at WWE Crown Jewel.