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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.

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WWE RAW Results – March 11th, 2024
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Drew McIntyre makes his way to the ring. On WrestleMania Sunday, he will face Seth “Freakin” Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship. The crowd loudly boos the Scottish Warrior. McIntyre says, “Selfish, delusional, arrogant, hypocrite junkie. You couldn’t help yourself, Seth, could you? You had to accept the Tag Match. Two main events back-to-back. You had to get that fix. Junkie!” At least when he dropped Cody, he had the sense to go and try to finish his story. When he dropped Seth last week, he found the energy and fire he was missing, only to file it into his own selfish agenda. The crowd is giving him the “WHAT” treatment, so he tells them to say “WHAT” if they’re glad he took out CM Punk. Some get fooled into it.

McIntyre smirks. McIntyre says he always tells the truth and has the answer. Do they want to know what the bigger picture is? A loud “CM Punk” chant fires up. McIntyre laughs. McIntyre says that is absolutely not the answer. McIntyre expects a “Thank You” card from Punk because he’s the only one keeping him relevant right now. The bigger picture isn’t Cody Rhodes, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, or Drew McIntyre. The bigger picture is The Rock. The crowd loudly boos. Think about the history of this industry. Actually, they don’t know the history of their own country, so he’ll give them the history of professional wrestling. We started in the carnivals. Then we went to the smoky armories, then sold-out arenas, sold-out stadiums, and billion-dollar deals. What is the next evolution? It’s working together with one of the most powerful people on planet Earth. Obviously, he is upset with Rhodes. Rhodes promised a match and took it away. He’s a liar and insulted his family. It’s not McIntyre’s business, and it isn’t Rollins’ business either. Rollins thinks everything revolves around him. The minute he realizes the industry is bigger than himself, he’ll become the legend he is in his own mind. Then, everyone’s prayers will be answered. We have a future champion in Drew McIntyre, a champion you can invest in and be proud of.

World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins comes out in a red sparkling outfit. Rollins asks McIntyre for a favor to shut his mouth. The crowd loudly sings Rollins’ song. Rollins says we’ll get to the singing, but Drew McIntyre has been begging for his attention, so he’ll give him a little rub. Rollins has good news for McIntyre. Now that the Night One WrestleMania Main Event is in the bag, he’s been thinking a lot about that Claymore from last week. McIntyre almost got his full attention. Maybe they can get all the way there with one more Claymore right here and now. Rollins challenges McIntyre to hit him with a Claymore Kick. Rollins gets on his knees, but McIntyre doesn’t move. Rollins forgets McIntyre is a coward and turns his back on him to make it easier to attack. McIntyre doesn’t move.

McIntyre says before this gets weirder, he just wants to talk to Rollins. Rollins needs to hear him. McIntyre wants to tell Rollins he was right. Rollins told him before their last match, the one Damian Priest screwed up for him, that he needs to get over the Bloodline. McIntyre was right. It kills him when Solo gets in his business and Jimmy gets in his business. He wants to drop them on sight. Still, McIntyre focuses on wins. As a champion, that’s all you should care about. McIntyre pleaded with Rollins to take his own advice. He didn’t take it because all Seth Rollins cares about is Seth Rollins.

Rollins says McIntyre is starting to remind him of somebody. Rollins cannot remember his name… McIntyre doesn’t like him either, but he’s got lots of tattoos and is from Chicago. A light “CM Punk” chant picks up. Rollins says he always thought CM Punk was the biggest hypocrite in the world until he met McIntyre. For years, McIntyre complained about how the Bloodline cost him all these titles and matches. Now, McIntyre is looking to be an honorary member of the Bloodline. A few weeks ago, Drew McIntyre beat Cody Rhodes. Could he have done that without the help of the Bloodline? The crowd shouts, “No!” Last week, McIntyre beat Jey Uso. Could he have done that without the help of the Bloodline? The crowd again shouts, “No!” McIntyre sneers at him. Rollins doesn’t buy this bullcrap about McIntyre not wanting the Bloodline to interfere in their match at WrestleMania. McIntyre would like nothing more than to have the Bloodline help him take this title off his waist. McIntyre wants to stand with The Rock and be the People’s Champion’s Chosen One. Rollins has news for him – it ain’t gonna happen. Night One WrestleMania: Rollins and Cody Rhodes will take down the Bloodline. Then, when it’s Night Two, and it’s just the two of them one-on-one for the World Heavyweight Championship, the same thing will happen that always happens – he’ll Stomp his head into the mat and pin his shoulders to the mat. In the biggest moment of his career, McIntyre will hear people singing Rollins’ song. The crowd sings Rollins’ song.

McIntyre knows what Rollins is trying to do. Rollins wants McIntyre to put him out of his misery, but McIntyre won’t do it. He has to face Rollins at WrestleMania and pin him. There is nothing Rollins can say that will provoke him. McIntyre storms off. Rollins calls after him. Does McIntyre want to know why he hasn’t paid much attention to him at WrestleMania? Rollins has a list of things that have his attention, such as The Rock, Roman Reigns, his broken back, and his blown-out knee. The one thing he’s worried least about is Drew McIntyre. An irate McIntyre heads back to the ring, and Rollins prepares to fight. McIntyre stares at him before storming to the back. Rollins looks pleased with himself.

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