WWE's Drew McIntyre: "I Still Have At Least 10 Years In Me"
Drew also has big plans for 2022
Drew McIntyre isn't planning to hang up his boots anytime soon.
Speaking with Fansided, The Scottish Warrior revealed he plans to wrestle for at least 10 more years.
"I ain't going anywhere. I'll be here as long as I possibly can. I'm 36-years-old, everybody thinks I am in my mid-40's because I debuted when I was so young. I still have at least 10 years in me. Don't count me out yet," McIntyre said.
McIntyre has already had two reigns as WWE Champion in the last two years and Drew is confident he will be the wrestler to end Roman Reigns' Universal Title reign in 2022.
"Absolutely, it's going to be Drew [me] that takes the title from him. He [Roman] knows that, the world knows that, I'm just giving it time. That match is going to come. For me also, it's a chance to get a kind of redo. Things have come full circle. I started my career at 22 years old on SmackDown. I was the chosen one of Vince McMahon. I was going to be the future of the company, future world champion and obviously, things didn't work out that way and inevitably I got fired and everything worked out when I came back to WWE on Raw," Drew added.
Before a potential match with Reigns, though, McIntyre will open 2022 with a pay-per-view match against Madcap Moss at Day 1 on Saturday, January 1.