Drew McIntyre has described WWE boss Vince McMahon as a '"frickin' sorcerer", describing some of the high standards he expects of his talent in the promotion.
McMahon pegged McIntyre for success in WWE when the Scottish Warrior first joined the company, with McIntyre winning the WWE Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 36 last year.
When asked what it was like to work with Vince McMahon, McIntyre told the News Nation:
"I feel like the world can’t have an idea of what Vince is like. He’s just the most unbelievably driven man in the world. You have a boss like that, and you have some high standards to live up to.
"He works all the time. He’s in the gym – the clip recently of him in the gym doing a belt squat with over a thousand pounds. He’s 75 years old, and he’s squatting over a thousand pounds. I can’t do that. He’s absolutely unbelievable when it comes to his drive and his work ethic.
"The vision he has for the future – sometimes you don’t see it yourself when he’s trying to explain it to you, then it materializes. He saw the WWE Network before it was a thing. He saw the company go public years before it was a thing. And he predicted Drew McIntyre as world champion 11 years before it happened. The man is a frickin’ sorcerer."