Mark Henry has hailed Drew McIntyre for how far he has come in WWE, and believes the Raw superstar is yet to reach his best in the business.
McIntyre has enjoyed the biggest year of his career, beginning with a Royal Rumble win last year and claiming the WWE Championship from Brock Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania 36, and is set to battle Bobby Lashley for the title on Night One of WrestleMania 37.
Henry has known McIntyre on a personal level for a while and has been impressed with how the Scotsman has taken advice during his career, and believes the WWE Universe has only begun to see what McIntyre can do.
Speaking to BT Sport, Henry said: "I’m very proud. I know Drew on a personal level, not just business-wise. He was one of those guys that I talk to all the time and said: 'Look, you need to do this and you need to focus on that. Everything else? Not so much.'
"And he listened to me. And when people listen and they improve and they say 'Hey, listen man, remember when you said this? That works!' That’s somebody that can evolve.
"And Drew is gonna get better, he’s nowhere near the best he’s gonna be!
"It’s been a year in change since the pandemic started. And there’s a lot of guys that haven’t performed in front of a crowd. They don’t realize what that crowd does to your heart and your soul.
"When you’re working for somebody, working in front of somebody, you’re better. And you’ve seen how good Drew McIntyre was in front of nobody. How good is he gonna be with an audience?"
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