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 Drew McIntyre

While many fellow 15-year-olds were worried about sitting at the “popular table” at lunchtime, Drew McIntyre was already training to become a WWE Superstar. He didn’t have to wait terribly long to achieve his dream, either, as the endlessly athletic Scotsman skyrocketed from the U.K. independent scene to the big show, WWE, at just age 22. The outlook was so bright for the 6-foot-5 McIntyre that when he first arrived, Mr. McMahon labeled him a “future World Champion.” The Chairman was eventually proven correct, though fulfilling that prophecy did not come easily for McIntyre. Continue reading | More Drew

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Drew Mcintyre defeated MVP on the Feburary 17th episode on WWE RAW, Drew managed to pick the pin when Drew runs into an elbow but comes back with a Futureshock DDT out of nowhere for a pop. Drew leads the crowd in a 3-2-1 countdown, then levels MVP with a big Claymore. Drew covers for the pin for the easy win.

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Drew McIntyre defeated 29 other men at Royal Rumble. Drew got the win when it came down to him and Roman Reigns. Drew & Roman go at it now as fans cheer them on. Drew ends up flooring Reigns with a big Claymore Kick out of nowhere. Fans pop as Drew immediately follows up and eliminates Reigns.

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  2020/05/18
WWE RAW Results – May 18th, 2020
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Charly is backstage with King Corbin now. She asks if he has any doubts about tonight’s match with Drew McIntyre. Corbin says Drew may be WWE Champion but he’s not king. We see Drew watching the interview as Corbin goes on taking shots. Corbin says he’s going to take advantage of every mistake Drew makes tonight, then beat him. Corbin says the next time he steps in the ring with Drew after tonight will be the main event of WrestleMania, and he will take the WWE Title.

Charly is backstage with Drew McIntyre now. Drew is having fun and having a good time. He says the Brand-To-Brand Invitational is great and makes way for dream matches in WWE. Drew goes on and calls King Corbin a terrible human, but admits he does terrible things in the ring, and is dangerous. Drew says Corbin does what it takes to win, but he’s got a special Claymore with Corbin’s name on it, one fit for a king. Drew walks off.

Drew McIntyre vs. King Baron Corbin

We go to the ring for tonight’s non-title main event as WWE Champion Drew McIntyre makes his way out. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we’re back to the axe-throwing contest at the reenactment. The fake cops have all four Superstars lined up, asking if they know how dangerous it is to throw axes as someone could get hurt. The one female cop is going to let them go this one time because Ivar is cute, but Erik not so much. Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins joke around with them to end the segment. We go back to the ring and out comes King Baron Corbin, representing SmackDown in this Brand-To-Brand Invitational match.

The bell is about to ring but the music interrupts and out comes Bobby Lashley with MVP to the stage. MVP says he and Lashley have taken a personal interest in this match. MVP praises Corbin and McIntyre, then hands the mic to Lashley. Lashley puts Drew on notice and says he’s coming for Drew and the WWE Title, and if he needs to pry it from his cold dead hands, that’s exactly what he will do. MVP tells them to make it good because they will be watching. We go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Drew locks up with Corbin. MVP and Lashley watch from the stage. Drew takes it to the corner and backs off as the referee warns him. They shove each other. They lock up again and Corbin drives a knee into the gut. Drew ends up ducking a clothesline and nailing a chop. Corbin turns it back around and unloads with body strikes in the corner. Corbin hits the ropes and drops Drew with a shoulder. Corbin talks some trash as they run the ropes. Drew drops Corbin with a shoulder. Drew keeps fighting and knocks Corbin to the floor. Drew follows and clotheslines Corbin over the barrier.

The referee counts as MVP applauds Drew. Drew clotheslines Corbin back over the barrier to the ringside area. Drew rocks Corbin again and rolls him back in the ring. Drew readies for a Claymore kick but Corbin rolls to the floor. Corbin turns it around and knocks Drew from the apron to the barrier with a shoulder. Drew is down on the floor now. Corbin follows and launches Drew face-first into the ring post as MVP taunts from the stage.

Drew comes back in but Corbin works him over some more. Corbin takes it to the corner and continues to manhandle Drew. Drew fights back with big chops. Corbin charges, runs out and runs right back in with a big clothesline for a 1 count. Drew fights back with chops now. Corbin is still fighting. Drew gets sent to apron, then hung up on the top rope. The referee warns Corbin as he rocks Drew on the apron again. Corbin has Drew up top now. Drew fights back. Corbin climbs up for a superplex and he nails it. Corbin rolls over for the count but Drew kicks out at 1.

Drew gets upset and starts making a comeback. Corbin gets launched overhead. Drew goes to the top and comes flying down with an axe handle. Drew kips up and yells at Corbin while he’s down. Drew puts Corbin on his shoulders but he slides down. Drew catches Corbin with a big Spinebuster for another close 2 count.

Drew talks trash to Corbin while he’s down, telling him to get his ass up and prove himself. Corbin blocks the Futureshock DDT and rams Drew into the corners. Corbin with a big sideslam but Drew still kicks out at 1. Corbin can’t believe it. Corbin and McIntyre trade big strikes as MVP and Lashley look on from the stage. Drew catches Corbin and drops him with the DDT. Drew waits in the corner as Corbin slowly recovers. Corbin side-steps the Claymore and drops Drew with Deep Six. Drew kicks out just in time.

Corbin barks back at MVP’s distraction. Drew ducks End of Days and nails a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Corbin runs out and right back in but Drew catches him with a big Claymore kick for the pin to win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew looks on and raises the WWE Title as the music hits. We go to replays. Drew looks up at MVP and Lashley, ranting about how he wants to fight Lashley and how the WWE Universe has been waiting for him to step up. MVP and Lashley look back at the ring as Drew raises the WWE Title in the air. RAW goes off the air.

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  2020/05/11
WWE RAW Results – May 11th, 2020
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After Angel Garza wins his match against Akira Tozawa out comes Drew McIntyre. Drew says he was just worried, and asks if they’re all on the same page again. They have some words and McIntyre delivers a big Claymore Kick to Theory. Garza and Andrade laugh at Theory. McIntyre delivers a big Claymore to Garza next, sending him out to the floor. Drew and Andrade face off now, trading words. Drew says he was trying to do Andrade a favor. They have words and stare each other down some more. Drew shoves Andrade and the stare down continues as we return to commercial.

Drew McIntyre vs. Andrade

Back from the break and this non-title Champion vs. Champion match is underway as Drew McIntyre and Andrade go at it.

Back and forth to start the match. Andrade takes control in the corner. They go on for a few minutes until Drew flattens Andrade. Vega looks on worried. Andrade goes out and Drew follows. Drew works Andrade into the barrier and then delivers a big chop. Andrade fights back and charges but Drew catches him with a tilt-a-whirl slam on the edge of the apron. The referee counts as Drew stalks Andrade on the floor. Andrade ends up suckering Drew in, sending him to the apron. Andrade unloads at ringside now as Vega watches all smiles.

Andrade brings it back in and stops the count. Andrade with a baseball slide into the hurt arm. Andrade focuses on the arm now. More back and forth between the two and pin attempts. Drew starts tossing Andrade around the ring, then levels him with a big boot. Drew flies off the top and puts Andrade back down. Drew kips up and keeps control. Drew rocks Andrade a few more times. Drew catches Andrade with a big sit-down powerbomb for another 2 count. Vega can’t believe it.

More back and forth between the two. Vega screams at the referee after a close call by Andrade. Drew gets up but Andrade is on him. Drew blocks the Hammerlock DDT and tosses Andrade away. They trade big chops. Andrade with a big back elbow. Drew with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew with ore offense into the corner. Andrade blocks the reverse Alabama Slam. Andrade ends up on Drew’s shoulders now and he can’t escape. Drew with the reverse Alabama Slam. Drew waits for Andrade to get up and nails the Claymore in the middle of the ring. Drew covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew stands tall as his music hits. Drew has his arm raised as we go to replays. Drew takes the mic and says he didn’t come out to have a match, but he comes dressed to fight because anything can happen on RAW. Plus he’s always down to have a Claymore Party, and that was fun. Drew does want to address some things. He says his match with Seth Rollins at Money In the Bank was a hell of a fight, and Rollins brought it, but he won. Drew mentions the Brand-to-Brand Invitation next. He says RAW extended an invite to SmackDown and not only did they accept, they chose Drew as their opponent. He gives some clues and the biggest is that everyone on Earth hates this person. Drew says he is a terrible, terrible human being. Drew announces he will be facing King Baron Corbin next Monday on RAW. Drew says Corbin has finally stepped up but Drew promises he will have a Claymore fit for a king ready for Corbin next week. Drew drops the mic as his music starts back up. He makes his exit after saying he’s going to rip Corbin’s head off next week.

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  2020/05/10
Money In The Bank 2020 Results
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Backstage Charly Caruso interviews WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. He wished everyone a happy Mother’s Day. She reviewed that Drew defeated Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 36 and tonight is facing someone who has also beaten Brock, Seth Rollins. She said people were looking at him as an underdog. He said that everyone who knows his story and his ups and downs knows he’s David, not Goliath. Seth is phenomenal but there’s a little thing called heart, called passion, called desire. He’s worked his entire life to win the WWE title and he’s not going to lose it tonight. Seth can’t close his mouth, so Drew is going to break his jaw.

WWE Championship match: Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre

They lock up, and McIntyre quickly powers him to the corner. McIntyre gives a clean break. They lock up again, and McIntyre shoulder blocks him down. Rollins rolls out of the ring to recover and is smiling. Rollins gets in the ring, but McIntyre soon takes him down with a pair of clotheslines and a clothesline over the top rope. McIntyre tells him to take his time recovering because he’s enjoying himself.

Rollins gets back in the ring and circles around him. McIntyre quickly gets the better of him and chops the chest before taking him down. McIntyre viciously whips him into the corner twice before chopping him down. McIntyre connects with a suplex for a one count. McIntyre chops the chest and goes to lift him, but Rollins gets out and dropkicks him in the knee. Rollins ducks a clothesline and dropkicks him in the knee again. Rollins then sends him shoulder-first into the ring post, and McIntyre falls out of the ring. Rollins catches McIntyre with a suicide dive. Rollins gets him in the ring and hits a Sling Blade for a two count. Rollins applies a single leg crab, and McIntyre screams in pain. Rollins then drops down and applies the STF. Rollins transitions to a crossface, but McIntyre gets to the bottom rope to break the hold.

McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover. Rollins hits a big suicide dive and shouts about his destiny. Rollins gets on the apron as McIntyre pulls himself up. Rollins hits a flying knee to the head and gets in the ring to reset the count. Rollins gets on the barricade and hits another flying knee to the head. Rollins gets in the ring to reset the count again before going outside and clearing off the commentary table. Rollins hits a third flying knee to the head. Rollins gets in the ring and shouts at McIntyre. Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but McIntyre catches him and hits a belly-to-belly overhead suplex on the commentary table!

McIntyre gets him in the ring and hits a pair of belly-to-belly overhead suplexes before booting him in the head. McIntyre goes to the top rope for a diving axe handle. McIntyre kips up and wills himself on. McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Rollins escapes to the apron. Rollins snaps him off the top rope and kicks him before going for a springboard knee. McIntyre avoids it and hits a spinebuster for a near fall. McIntyre sets up for a Future Shock DDT, but Rollins kicks at the knee and connects with an enzuigiri. Rollins follows up with a superkick for a one count. Rollins goes to the top rope and hits a frog splash for another one count. The commentators are marveling at McIntyre kicking out at one.

Rollins goes outside and grabs a chair. The referee warns him. Rollins then throws the chair out of the ring and goes for a Stomp, but McIntyre moves. McIntyre hits a Glasgow Kiss and attacks. McIntyre goes to the top rope, but Rollins crotches him up there. Rollins sets up for a superplex, but McIntyre head-butts him down. Rollins quickly scales the ropes and hits a superplex before rolling into a falcon arrow for a near fall. McIntyre soon takes him down, but Rollins fights back and gets him in the tree of woe. McIntyre sits up and hits an inverted back-to-belly off the top rope. McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Rollins superkicks him followed by a Stomp for a near fall. Rollins sizes him up again for a Stomp, but McIntyre hits a Glasgow Kiss. Rollins superkicks him back, and McIntyre floors him with a Claymore Kick for the win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

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  2020/05/04
WWE RAW Results – May 4th, 2020
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Charly is backstage with Drew McIntyre. Charly asks about Murphy saying earlier that he knows he can beat Drew. Drew says he must have really hit Murphy with that Claymore last week. McIntyre goes on about McIntyre sacrificing himself for Seth Rollins, and isn’t worried about possibly losing tonight’s match. We go back to commercial.

Drew McIntyre vs. Murphy

We go back to the ring and out first comes WWE Champion Drew McIntyre for tonight’s non-title main event. Murphy is out next, accompanied by Seth Rollins. Rollins stops at the stage and nods for Murphy to continue to the ring as McIntyre looks on.

Rollins watches from the stage, staring McIntyre down. The bell rings and they lock up. Drew sends Murphy right to the mat. Murphy goes to the floor and comes right back in. Murphy hits Drew in the face and locks him up but just angers him. They run the ropes and Drew runs over Murphy with a big shoulder. Drew stares at Rollins as Murphy slowly walks up the ramp. Drew comes from behind and Murphy turns around to a big boot on the ramp.

Drew picks Murphy up at ringside, ramming him back and forth into the barriers and the apron. Drew launches Murphy over the barrier. Murphy lands on the concrete. Drew returns to the ring and taunts Rollins. Drew goes back out and drops Murphy onto the edge of the stage. Drew with a big chop to the chest. Drew beats Murphy back to the ringside area while Rollins watches. Murphy ends up taking advantage of Drew staring at Rollins, dropkicking him through the ropes to turn it around.

Murphy beats Drew around ringside, sending him into the ring post to stun him. Murphy brings it back in and goes to the top for a big super Meteora. Murphy covers for the pin but Drew powers out for a 1 count. Rollins slowly walks down the ramp now while Murphy delivers big kicks to the back. Drew gets up and puts Murphy down with one big chop. Drew keeps control but misses several strikes. Murphy keeps fighting back but Drew rocks him with the Glasgow Kiss headbutt out of nowhere.

Drew talks trash to Murphy while waiting for him to get up. Rollins watches from the bottom of the ramp. Drew runs into a kick. Murphy with more offense to stun Drew near the corner. Murphy goes to the top but Drew chops him off, sending him into the barrier and the floor. Rollins watches as Drew brings it back in the ring. Drew comes off the top with a big right hand. Drew kips up and shoots Rollins another look. Drew takes Murphy to the top but Murphy fights out and kicks him. Murphy turns that into a big powerbomb from the corner but Drew still kicks out at 1.

Murphy looks at Rollins and nods as he waits for Drew to get back up. Murphy counts down from 3, signaling a Claymore of his own, and goes to charge but Drew charges first with a big Claymore Kick. Drew covers for the pin to get the non-title win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew stands tall with the WWE Title as his music hits. We go to replays. Rollins looks like he’s going to enter the ring now as he’s on the steps. Drew invites him in to come and fight. Rollins stops on the apron and just stares Drew down. Drew drops to his knees and begs Rollins to come fight. Rollins steps down from the apron and marches up to the stage, heading to the back. Drew says what a shock. Drew stands tall as his music resumes. Drew turns around and Rollins levels him with a huge superkick out of nowhere. Rollins yells about how this isn’t about Drew, it’s bigger than the both of them. It’s bigger than… Rollins spots the WWE Title on the mat and picks it up. He stares at it for a few seconds and puts it back down. Rollins runs the ropes to deliver a Stomp but Drew jumps up and grabs him by his throat. Drew puts Rollins down with a big Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Drew waits on Rollins to get up, calling him a coward. Drew charges for a Claymore but Rollins quickly retreats to the floor. Drew clutches the title and looks on at Rollins clutching his jaw on the stage. Drew paces around the ring as the two Money In the Bank opponents stare each other down. RAW goes off the air.

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  2020/04/27
WWE RAW Results – April 27th, 2020
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We go to the ring for tonight’s main event segment as WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler welcomes us. He’s there with a table and chairs for a contract signing. Lawler hypes the Money In the Bank pay-per-view and introduces Seth Rollins first. Rollins comes out wearing a suit, with black gloves, and takes a seat at the table. Lawler introduces WWE Champion Drew McIntyre next and out he comes, also wearing street clothes, all-black. We see the MITB briefcases hanging high above the ring.

Drew, somewhat friendly, tells Lawler to leave the ring and The King says he thinks that’s a good idea. Drew takes a seat but stands back up and signs the contract, with the title belt on the table. Drew encourages Seth to sign now and says Seth is the one who jumped him a few weeks ago, they can get this done in 20 seconds. Rollins signs as Drew says time is ticking.

Rollins asks Drew if he thinks he wants this. Rollins says he doesn’t want this, he has to do this. Yes he started it, he dropped Drew to get his attention, to get them to this point, to this match, to get the WWE Title where it needs to be. Rollins says this isn’t about him or Drew, it’s bigger than all of us. He says Drew will be a great champion some day, he’s a great fighter, a warrior, and an honorable man, but he’s not a leader. Rollins is a leader. Rollins goes on about how he’s always been a leader in his career, and people have always followed. Now more than ever, this industry, the WWE Universe, needs someone they can follow, someone to guide them. They need a leader.

Rollins goes on about how he suffered for the title and says Drew doesn’t have to. Rollins doesn’t want what happened to him to happen to Drew. That is his burden to carry. Rollins goes on and Drew says that was a really passionate speech. Drew says things are clear to him now and he’s sure they are clear to everyone watching around the world… it’s clear that Rollins is completely full of shit.

Drew asks Rollins exactly where his followers are. The fans turned on him. It’s never Seth’s fault. Drew doesn’t know what is going on in Rollins’ warped brain but he does know one thing – he will not let Rollins win the title, under any circumstances. Drew will give him a few pieces of advice though – number one, shut your mouth. Stop talking. Forever. No one wants to hear Rollins talk, be it right now, backstage, online, he assumes to Rollins’ family and friends as well. Drew says Rollins gets his foot stuck in his mouth while his head is stuck up his ass. Number two, Rollins jumped him a few weeks ago and didn’t finish the job. Drew tells him to finish the job at Money In the Bank. Go for the throat because he sure will go for Seth’s. They both stand up and face off.

Rollins says at Money In the Bank, the big picture will become very clear and trust him, Drew will be better off for it. Seth signs the contract. Seth tells Drew to have faith. Drew immediately slams Seth’s face in the table. Seth comes back after Drew clears the way of the table. Drew drops him with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Rollins is down in pain. Drew talks trash and waits for him to get up. Drew waits for a Claymore Kick but Murphy attacks him out of nowhere from the apron. Drew tries to fight but gets beat down. Rollins gets up and seems upset with Murphy at first. Rollins aggressively hugs Murphy. Drew suddenly hits a Claymore out of nowhere, leveling Murphy as Rollins is moved out of the way.

Drew stands tall as his music starts up. Drew yells out at Rollins, who retreats and watches from the ramp. We go to replays. Drew stands tall with the WWE Title belt in hand as Rollins stares back from the ramp. RAW goes off the air.

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  2020/04/20
WWE RAW Results – April 20th, 2020
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Drew welcomes us to RAW and says this is truly the highlight of his week. He brings up last week’s attack by Seth Rollins and how the WWE Title paints a huge bullseye on his back. Drew goes on about Rollins deserving a title shot or not. He could make Rollins jump through hoops but he is one of the best and if Drew is going to be one of the best champs of all-time, he has to continue to beat the best. He challenges Rollins for Money In the Bank. Drew goes on until Zelina Vega comes out with Garza and Austin Theory to interrupt.

Vega says they’re tired of Drew’s speeches. He’s so focused on Money In the Bank that he’s looking past tonight’s main event. WWE United States Champion Andrade attacks with a cheap shot but Drew ends up leveling him with a Claymore. Vega orders Garza and Theory to the ring but they’re not interested. Vega is furious. Drew delivers another Claymore to send Andrade out of the ring. Drew stands tall with the WWE Title as his music hits. He says he’s going to beat the hell out of Garza later tonight. We get a replay of what just happened.

Drew McIntyre vs. Angel Garza

Back from the break and out comes Angel Garza with Zelina Vega, Austin Theory and WWE United States Champion Andrade. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre is out next for tonight’s non-title main event.

The bell rings and they go at it to start. Theory with a distraction early on, allowing Garza to strike. Drew hits a big belly-to-belly early on, sending Garza out. Drew follows and keeps control as Vega looks on. Drew drops Garza over the barrier and hits him with big chops. They tangle on the floor and Drew hits a big Glasgow Kiss headbutt. Theory comes from behind but Drew drops him. Garza takes advantage, nailing a dropkick off the steel steps.

Garza with more offense at ringside, sending Drew into the ring post a few times. Garza brings it back in the ring and nails a big dropkick from the top. Garza with a 1 count. Garza unloads on Drew while he’s down. Garza focuses on the leg now, pounding on Drew while locking the leg up. Drew takes a kick and nails a clothesline. Drew with an elbow to take Garza back off, then a big boot to the forehead.

Vega cheers Garza on as Drew goes to the top. Drew with a flying strike from the top. Drew kips up and waits in the corner now. Drew yells at Garza to get up. Garza tries to escape the ring but Drew stops him, only pulling his tights off to reveal his trunks. Drew leaps out, landing on all three heels at ringside. Drew brings Garza back in, then sends Andrade over the barrier. Drew with a Claymore to Theory on the floor.

Drew returns to the ring and rams Garza into the corner. Drew with the big Alabama Slam but Garza counters, rolling him for a 2 count. They go at it and Drew connects with a big Claymore Kick for the pin to win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew stands tall as his music hits. Drew raises the WWE Title as the referee raises his arm. We go to replays. The announcers hype Rollins vs. McIntyre for Money In the Bank. We see Garza getting back to his feet int he ring. Drew drops him with another Claymore. Drew talks trash to Vega. Theory comes back in but Drew drops him with a Claymore. Drew chases Andrade up the ramp and stops him from running away with the WWE Title belt as the music hits. RAW goes off the air with Drew smiling with the title on the ramp.

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  2020/04/13
WWE RAW Results – April 13th, 2020
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We go right to the ring and out comes WWE Champion Drew McIntyre as Mike Rome does the introduction. Tom is joined by WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler on commentary.

Drew calls the camera man in the ring and speaks to the fans again. He thanks them, also on behalf of the other WWE Superstars, of the privilege of allowing them into their living rooms. He also mentions the positive internet feedback. Drew says it’s all surreal. It’s his lifelong dream. It’s surreal he beat The Beast in under 5 minutes, and it’s surreal that this happened 20 minutes later… he shows us how he defeated Big Show, which aired as last week’s RAW main event. Drew says this is his first time watching the match back. Drew goes on about beating Show with the Claymore Kick.

Drew says he beat Lesnar and then Big Show, back-to-back, setting the time for how he will be going forward. He says he will be a different kind of champion. Drew says this is his mission statement as champion – if you other Superstars deserve a shot at the title, you will get one. He can’t quite articulate how much the title means to him, but… the music interrupts and out comes WWE United States Champion Andrade with Zelina Vega. Andrade is back from his rib injuries. Vega introduces Andrade as the real champion of RAW. Vega and Drew have some words. Vega says they just wanted to come out and congratulate Drew because who else can say they had 2 WrestleMania moments?

Vega says while Drew was having his moments, her associate suffered an injury that robbed him of his. Vega says it would be a shame if someone injured Drew and took his title coming off his big night. Drew recalls the last time they faced and how it cost him 6 months from his career. Drew says if Andrade wants this match, champion vs. champion, then he’s got it. Tonight. Andrade finally speaks and says last time he took Drew’s title, he took Drew out of action and tonight, there will be no more Senor Nice Guy. Drew takes off his coat and readies for a fight while Andrade shakes his head no. Andrade and Vega head to the back as Andrade’s music hits. Drew lays down the title in front of him and tells Andrade to bring it while looking on from his knees.

Back from the break and Drew McIntyre is pacing around in the back. Charly Caruso approaches and asks if he has any comments on what Zelina Vega has said tonight. He points to a scar on his arm and says he looks at it at least a few times a week, and it reminds him how Andrade almost took everything from him when he previously put him on the shelf. Drew doesn’t forgive and forget. He promises to hurt Andrade and promises to Claymore Andrade, and if Andrade has to take 6 months off because of him, then so be it. Caruso thanks him and walks off.

Drew McIntyre vs. Andrade

We go to the ring for tonight’s non-title champion vs. champion main event and out first comes WWE United States Champion Andrade with Zelina Vega, Austin Theory and Angel Garza. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre is out next, talking trash back to the heels as they taunt him. Drew and Andrade stare each other down. Drew kneels down and poses in the corner as Andrade raises his title in the air. Vega gets in Drew’s face and talks trash. Drew asks Andrade if he’s going to control her. Andrade taunts Drew and Drew says Andrade is his now, he belongs to Drew. The referee restores order and calls for the bell.

Andrade strikes first to start but it does nothing. Drew drops him with a headbutt. Drew takes Andrade to the corner and hits a big chop. Drew with more big strikes in the opposite corner. Drew chops Andrade into another corner as Team Vega talks trash from ringside. Drew catches Andrade with a huge kick in the corner. Andrade goes to the floor to regroup with his partners. Drew follows and drops Andrade ribs-first over the barrier. Drew chops Andrade around the ringside area as the referee counts.

Theory and Garza distract Drew, talking trash. Drew turns back around to Andrade pulling him shoulder-first into the ring post. Andrade turns it around on the floor now, beating Drew around and into the barrier. Andrade brings it back into the ring and focuses on the arm. Vega looks on and she’s all smiles. Drew stops more punishment to his hurt arm and sends Andrade to the apron. Andrade with an armbar using the top rope now. The hold is broken and the referee checks on Drew.

Andrade goes to the top and leaps off the top but Drew catches him. Andrade fights out of a suplex attempt. Drew levels Andrade with a big clothesline. Drew drops Andrade again. Drew levels Andrade with a big boot to the face. Drew goes to the top and nails a big right hand on the way down. Drew kips up as the others look on from ringside while Vega yells at Andrade to get up.

Drew manhandles Andrade some more. Andrade avoids the Futureshock DDT and nails a big elbow. Drew avoids an attack from the floor and back-drops Andrade onto Theory and Garza. Drew follows and chops Andrade above his partners, who are still down. Drew brings it back in and goes to the top but Vega distracts him from the apron. Andrade crotches Drew. Andrade goes for the top rope Hammerlock DDT, the same move that injured Drew in NXT, but it’s blocked. Drew ends up nailing a big Alabama Slam in the middle of the ring.

Drew waits for Andrade to get up and taunts him. Andrade gets up and Drew immediately flattens him with a Claymore Kick. Drew covers for the pin to get the non-title win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew stands tall as his music hits. Seth Rollins’ music interrupts for the distraction as Andrade takes Drew down with a chop block to the knee. Rollins hits the ring and drops Drew with a big shot in the middle of the ring. Rollins delivers the Stomp to put Drew back down. Rollins looks out at the camera while we see the WWE Title belt laying on the mat. Drew slowly gets back up but Rollins quickly puts him right back down with another Stomp. RAW goes off the air with Rollins standing tall over McIntyre.

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  2020/04/07
WWE RAW Results – April 6th, 2020
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Tom shows us footage of Drew McIntyre celebrating his WWE Title win over Brock Lesnar after Night Two of WrestleMania 36 went off the air. Drew came back out to the ring with the title around his waist. Drew joined Sarah Schreiber in the ring for an interview.

Schreiber congratulated McIntyre and asked if the magnitude of the accomplishment has hit him yet even though it’s only been 20 minutes. Drew says it doesn’t feel real. He got his custom title plates and it’s real. Drew thanks Paul Heyman. He says Lesnar had a look in his eyes like he’d never seen from anyone before. Lesnar was ready to go to war, but so was Drew. Drew recalls how Heyman kept telling Lesnar to hit Drew with the F5 to keep him down. Drew says Heyman must not know him very well. He talks about being knocked down in his personal and professional life over the years, and how he never stayed down. He crawled to the main event of WrestleMania and with every F5, he stopped getting hurt and started getting angrier. Drew was determined to Claymore Kick Lesnar until he was unable to get back up.

Drew goes on but the music interrupts and out comes Big Show. Show has a referee by the arm, pulling him out to the ring. Show takes the mic and enters the ring, praising Drew for conquering the conqueror in the main event of WrestleMania. Show says now there’s an entire locker room of talented competitors with Drew in their sights. Show says this is a big world and Drew thinks he’s a big man, but he’s no giant. Drew says he knows where this is going. Show says he doesn’t know shit. He’s not challenging Drew for the title right now, or at Money In the Bank, but they’re both dressed to compete and they have a referee. Show calls Drew a bitch and tells him to ring the bell, let’s go.

Drew says he just fought Lesnar and he’s not fighting right now. Show taunts him and mocks him for just talking a lot. Show says he’s looking Drew dead in the eye and all he sees is fear. Show says Drew is afraid of him. Drew says this isn’t his first day, he’s not afraid of Show or anyone. He knows Show is trying to push his button. Drew is going to put it simply and slowly so Show can understand – there is nothing Show can say that will convince him to fight him tonight. Show slaps Drew in the face. Drew takes his title off and we get ready for the match.

WWE Title Match: Big Show vs. Drew McIntyre

The bell rings and this is for the title, supposedly taped right after Night Two of WrestleMania 36. Drew McIntyre unloads on Big Show into the corner.

Show fights back but Drew kicks him in the face. Drew charges but Show levels him to the mat. Show beats Drew around now, into the opposite corner. Show continues beating Drew around with big shots. Show with a scoop slam in the middle of the ring. Show talks trash while Drew is down.

Show stands on Drew’s back and bounces him on the bottom rope as the referee warns him. Show continues to manhandle Drew on the apron. Show scoops Drew again and slams him. Show with another big kick while Drew is down. Show keeps yelling at Drew. Drew fights back with strikes but Show delivers a big headbutt. Show keeps control and hits a big Vader Bomb from the corner but Drew kicks out at 2.

Show laughs and tells Drew to get up so he can make it hurt. Show with a big chop to the chest in the corner. Show with another big chop in the opposite corner. Drew is getting angrier. Show with another chop against the ropes, sending Drew down to the mat. Drew gets back up but Show delivers more big strikes to beat him down. Show with another scoop slam in the middle of the ring. Show continues yelling at Drew about the WWE Title. Show chokes Drew with the second rope now as the referee warns him.

Drew ducks the next big chop. Drew fights back now. Show goes for a chokeslam in the middle of the ring but Drew slides out. Drew scoops Show and slams him in the middle of the ring for a close pin attempt. Drew goes to the top now, waiting for Show to get up. Drew leaps but Show catches him in mid-air for a chokeslam. Drew kicks out just in time. Show can’t believe it.

Drew ducks the KO Punch by Show and comes right back with a big Claymore Kick in the middle of the ring. Drew covers for the pin to retain.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew takes the WWE Title belt and holds it as his music hits. Drew gets down in Show’s face and then has his arm raised in the middle of the ring. The post-WrestleMania 36 edition of RAW goes off the air.

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